Gatherings in Singapore

Saya U Moe Aung wrote :

The first ever gathering of RIT Alumni in Singapore took place at NTU Lecture Theatre, Singapore, on 13 April 2001 (Thingyan Eve).

A pamphlet was distributed to all who attended the ceremony full of songs and dances to mark the Burmese new year.

This gathering was also done with the intention to hold a RIT SPZP in Singapore in 2002.

SPZPs in Singapore

Singapore alumni hosted

  • SPZP-2002 in December 2002
  • SPZP-2007 in April 2007
  • SPZP-2010 in December 2010

Monthly Gathering of Seniors in Singapore

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Seniors in Singapore

Saya U Thein Lwin (EE, GBNF) is an alumni of Lehigh University, USA. He taught at RIT and Singapore Polytechnic. He is the elder brother of U Myo Myint (ChE from USA), U Kyi Lwin (George, C67), U Tint Lwin (Daniel, M69) and U Thet Lwin (Henry, EE72).

Sayama Daw May Than Nwe (GBNF) stood first in Physics Honors in 1962 and joined the faculty as Assistant Lecturer.

Both passed away within a span of a few months.

Saya U Tu Myint (M) studied in the UK. He supervised the M73 students for the Hovercraft Project. Saya taught at RIT and Singapore Polytechnic.

Saya U Kyaw Sein (M65) used to moderate several Facebook pages. He is having medical problems.

U Tint Lwin (Daniel, M69) helped the alumni to have meetings at NTU.

U Myint Thin (M71) is RIT Luyechun. He represented RIT in Rowing. He sponsored Sayagyi U Ba Than to attend a SPZP in Singapore.

U Nyan Win Shwe (M72) is a Past President of the Burma Club. He chaired SPZP-2007.

U Tin Aung Win (M73) attends gatherings in Singapore. He joined U Tint Lwin to meet Saya U Ba Than (when he was visiting Singapore for medical check up).

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