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Tint Lwin

U Tint Lwin (Daniel)

Daniel Tint Lwin (standing 2nd from left)
  • U Tint Lwin (Daniel, M69) studied at RIT and Canada.
  • He joined the Faculty at Nanyang Institute (later renamed as Nanyang Technological University) in Singapore.
  • He retired as Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
  • During his tenure, he helped the Singapore RIT Alumni activities to be held on the YTU premises.
  • He is the brother of Saya U Thein Lwin, U Kyi Lwin (George, C66) and U Thet Lwin (Henry, EE72).
  • Saya U Win Mra taught George and him how to tune and play the guitar.
  • He is an accomplished organizer, guitarist and vocalist.
  • He attended SPZP-2000 and accepted the Reunion Banner on behalf of the organizers for SPZP-2002.

Dr. Tint Lwin

  • Dr. Tint Lwin took the Pure Science Option hoping to become an engineer. Then, he had a change of mind and wanted to study Medicine.
  • After passing the I.Sc. examination, he took Biology (Zoology & Botany) classes for I.Sc.(A) and I.Sc.(B). Technically, he was enrolled as 1st MBBS student trying to fulfill the Biology requirements.
  • He played Basketball, Volley and Soccer. He wanted to play the forward position in Soccer, but his friends coaxed him to be a Goalkeeper.
  • He played at the Aung San Stadium along with Collegian Nay Win, Kenneth Shein, and Tun Kyi for the University First Eleven.
  • His spouse is the elder sister of U Myint Sein (M69, RIT Badminton & 69er HCF).
  • After retirement, Dr Tint Lwin and his spouse moved to California.
    They volunteer at the Kusalakari Monastery in Fremont.

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