Month: August 2019


Posted : August 13, 2019 National and International Laws The “Law of the Land” differs with countries. There are some International Laws for use by the nations. US Laws In the US, members of the Congress — House of Representatives and the Senate — vote to pass a […]

YTU Library

Posted : August 12, 2019 A requirement for the Accreditation of YTU (at the Regional level and beyond) is a library with resources for teaching, training and research. The original RIT library was transformed into a room for meeting and exhibitions. The successor library (close to Building A) […]

Then and Now

Posted : August 12, 2019 Now I have two Myees. My grand daughter and I are both August born. We usually celebrate our birthdays together. She finished pre-school and will attend KG at the end of the month. Two years ago, I came back from a medical checkup. […]


Updated : August 6, 2019 Breakfast at Crystal Jade Some 69ers hosted a breakfast gathering at “Crystal Jade” to welcome Ko Sein Myint (EP69, Singapore) and me. The 69ers also bid farewell to Ko Tint Lwin (M69), who had to go back to Singapore to take care of […]


Updated : August 6, 2019 Sayagyi U Pe Maung Tin Sayagyi is the first native Professor. He successfully proposed the opening of the Burmese Department at Rangoon University. His works include translation of Visuddhimagga the Expositor (Atthasalai) Burmese Grammar Glass Palace Chronicle (co-author) Sayadaw U Thitthila Sayadaw did […]

U Soe Win

Original posting : One or two years back Updated : August 6, 2019 U Soe Win (EC70) worked at UCC before moving to PTC. After retirement, he moved to Mawlamyine (Moulmein) where his spouse has a family business. During his visit to his younger brother U Khin Zaw […]