The Categories are not exhaustive.
Some posts are written especially for the web site to commemorate two milestones in 2019. One milestone is the Twentieth Anniversary of the establishment of “RIT Alumni International Newsletter”. Another milestone is the Golden Jubilee of our graduation from RIT.
Articles — Some articles were published in (a) RIT Alumni International Newsletter (b) BAPS Newsletter (c) Dhammananda Newsletter (d) Swel Daw Yeik Sar Saung (e) Swel Daw Yeik Magazine
Books –– Some books were received as presents from the authors and publishers.
Doctors — Some doctors were my former classmates and schoolmates. Some doctors headed their departments.
Fun — Some are parodies. Some are jokes.
GBNF (Gone But Not Forgotten) — Some lists are maintained by the classes : (a) Class of 69 (b) Class of 70 (c) Class of 71 (d) Class of 72. Some lists need to be updated : (a) List of RIT Sayas (b) List of RIT Alumni (c) List of RIT Spouses (d) List of UCC Sayas (e) List of UCC Alumni (f) List of UCC Spouses
Names — Some posts cover full names. Other posts cover partial names.
Notes — Some cover “Food for Thought”. Some are overview of trending topics.
Pioneers — Some cover the Firsts in the History of Burma.
Poems — Some poems are in Burmese. Some poems are in English (which contains originals and translation).
RIT (Rangoon Institute of Technology) — This is a generic term to represent my alma mater and all engineering schools that preceded it and succeeded it.
Sayas — Some taught at RIT. Some taught at UCC. Some taught at both RIT and UCC.
Schools — Some of them have been recognized by the Yangon Heritage Society.
SDYF (Swel Daw Yeik Foundation) — It was founded in 2013 to provide help to the sayas and alumni of RIT (since there was no official Alumni Association at the time). SDYF provides Health Care to eligible sayas and sayamas.
SPHS (St. Paul’s High School) — It was founded by the De La Salle Brothers.
SPZP (Saya Pu Zaw Pwe) — It is a tradition that is unique to Burma/Myanmar.
UCC (Universities’ Computer Center) — This is a generic term to represent my alma mater and all Computer Science and Technology schools that succeeded it.