For archive (Updated on February 13, 2005)
Khin Maung Zaw (KMZ)
U Khin Maung Zaw (“KMZ”, SPHS70, EC76) is a founding member of RIT Alumni International. He designed and implemented the first RIT web site. He was then an eligible bachelor and had a three day weekend (after working four 10 hour days). He burned the midnight oil especially preparing for the SPZP-2000. He promised the attendees that he would work on Version 2.0 of the web site. Things changed.
A busy schedule at work (at Microsoft …) and at home (with a wonderful family) meant that maintaining and extending the web site would no longer have the top priority.
KMZ represented RIT in Rowing and Hockey. After retirement, he is trying to do forensics on his old desktops and PCs to recover albums, and articles.
Khin Maung Zaw (Frank)
Dr. Khin Maung Zaw (Frank Gale, SPHS63) stood 17th in the Matriculation examination in 1963. He won the Collegiate Scholarship along with nine other Paulians.
He worked in Burma and UK.
Per Dr. Thane Oke Kyaw Myint :
Frank Khin Maung Zaw worked as Consultant Child Psychiatrist in Birmingham. He also was an examiner at the Royal College of Psychiatry, for the Member of the Royal College of Psychiatry exams.
He is now retired.
He visits Yangon frequently to see his aging mother.
Sadly, his eldest sister, who was taking care of their mother, passed away.
Saya Khin Maung Zaw
Saya U Khin Maung Zaw taught Chemistry at IM(1).
Khin Maung Zaw (EP77)
According to KMZ,
the other Khin Maung Zaw is also from SPHS, 71batch, and he’s one of the active members/instigator of OPA, known as Old Paulians Assoc, as well as RIT Electrical 1971-77 group. [The group just donated Kyat 77Lakhs – collected mainly from the group towards the flood victims through Daw Khin Kyi foundation. Amazingly he was able to cajole exactly Kyat 77L to commemorate 1977 batch folks. Sadhu! Sadhu Sadhu! Interesting enough he and I overlap in several areas, SPHS, RIT including Hockey and Rowing at RIT,
Ko Myat Thein (Adam K Khan, EP76) wrote :
There is another Khin Maung Zaw (whom I called Ngachate tayoke literally mean Black Chinese because he has dark complexion) Class 76 Textile. He and I had very good conversations at D9 when we were final year students.