We had to study about “Mee Bone Byan” U Kyaw Yin. He was aerial acrobat, who performed on hot air balloons. His son U Kyaw San (Ka Sa) is a cartoonist.
U Kyaw Yin taught Burmese at Rangoon University. He was a victim of “false identification”. According to Dr. Nyunt Wai, U Kyaw Yin also wrote magazine articles under the pen name “Ka-hti-ka” U Kyaw Yin.
U Yin Maung won the Senior Novices at RUBC with U Than Soe (M63, RUBC Gold), U Chit Swe, Dr. Byron Law Yone and U Hla Moe (Cox, GBNF). He later represented the Faculty of Engineering in the Inter-Faculty events.
Maung Yin Maung is a fictional character in the first Burmese novel by James Hla Kyaw.
Yin Maung is the pen name of Saya Dr. Taing Oke (ChE69). He is a Zat Saya for RIT Ah Nu Pyinnya Ah Thin. He taught at RIT and Japan.
Okpo Maung Yin Maung is the pen name of Saya U Aung Myaing (ChE72). He and fellow RIT poets (including Saya U Moe Aung, Saya U Nyunt Htay, U Win Myint and U Toee Maung) published a collection of poems about “Swel Daw”.
Sayama Daw Yin Yin Mya (Terry) was Head of the English Department during our days.
Daw Yin Kyi (T61) is one of the pioneer female engineering graduates. Sayama Daw Tin Tin Ohn (T61, GBNF), Sayama Daw Julie Han (T61, GBNF), Daw Mi Mi Lay (T61) and Pauline Reynolds (CE61) wrap up the elite group. Thanks to Daw Khin Than Nwe (T62) for mentioning Daw Mi Mi Lay.
Daw Yin Kywe attended UCC and found her soul mate U Soe Myint (M72, GBNF).
Ma San Yin Myint (Samantha Myint) is from the second batch of B.Sc. (CS) from ICST. She attended SPZP-2000 with her aunt Dr. Betty Chu and her cousin Maurice Chee (M75). She invited me to attend the 5th Acariya Pu Zaw Pwe of ICST/UCSY.