- Albert Kyaw Min (ChE69, Guitarist and vocalist). His friends call him Elvis.
- U Aung Min (M69) was my classmate at I.Sc.(A) and RIT. He is the Chair of the 69er HCF (Health Care Fund). He sends out monthly reports about the donations, expenses and GBNF (Gone But Not Forgotten) list which stands at 85.
- U Aung Min (EC66, MOC) had a micro-reunion in Singapore with U Thaung Lwin (EC66).
- U Aung Min entered monk hood together with his friend Sayadaw U Wara (U Win Paing, ChE70). He disrobed later to join HIC (Heavy Industries Corporation).
- Saya U Ba Min (SPHS56) studied Mathematics & Astronomy at UCB (University of California at Berkeley).
- U Hla Min (Minister)
- Bogyoke Hla Min (Kenneth, MI)
- U Hla Min (Writer)
- Saya M Hla Min (SPHS, Moosaji, RUBC Gold)
- Bohmu Dr. Hla Min (Eddie, RUBC Gold, Orthopedic Surgeon)
- Dr. Hla Min (Tommy, OG)
- U Hla Min (EC69, UCC, DCS, ICST, RIT Alumni International, NorCal RITAA).
I wrote poems, articles and translations in Guardian, Working People’s Daily (WPD), Forward Magazine, Veda Magazine, Pan Magazine, RIT Alumni International Newsletter, Swel Daw Yeik Sar Saung and Swel Daw Yeik Magazine.
I wrote Lecture Guides and User Manuals with Saya U Soe Paing and Saya U Aung Zaw. I wrote as Hla Min (Systems) during my UCC days.
I founded RIT Alumni International Newsletter in 1999 and served for two decades as Chief Editor.
I wrote the poem “SAYA PU ZAW PWE” for SPZP-2000. Saya U Moe Aung (Tekkatho Moe War) and team reprinted the poem for the Back Cover of the Commemorative Issue of Swel Daw Yeik Sar Saung for SPZP-2002.
I now blog as Hla Min (Life Long Learner).
I became a “Tone Kyaw” when my name sake Hla Min (SPHS64, EP70, Chief Operator at UCC) passed away.
I served as Language Expert for the Burmese Language Lessons compiled by the National Language Center (NLC) at the University of Maryland (College Park).
Nine of my articles were published in the “Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife” (ABC-CLIO Press).
- Dr. Kyaw Min (Leslie, SPHS65) retired as Deputy DG of DMR. During my visits to Yangon, he would take me to the Old Paulian (mostly from his class) gatherings.
- U Kyaw Min (Ei Kunn, ChE69) worked in Singapore.
- U Kyaw Min (Min Kyaw Min, BBS, VOA, NAB). He succeeded Tet Toe (U Ohn Pe) as Chief Editor of News Agency Burma (NAB). One of his columns is called “As I See It”.
- Sayagyi U Min Wun matriculated in 1949. He studied for BSCE at MIT, and MSCE at Cornell. After retirement as Professor and Head of Civil Engineering, he moved to the USA. He worked at CalTrans. Sayagyi is an expert in Western and Eastern Astronomy & Astrology. He was interviewed by Myanmar Gazette and Aung Zay Internet TV.
- Saya U Sein Min studied at the Southampton University. He served as Professor and Head of Mathematics.