Update : October 14, 2021
U Myo Myint (M73)
Bagyee U Myo Myint donated to Swel Daw Yeik Foundation and YTU Library Modernization Project.
He had earlier donated in cash and kind for the RIT-related activities.
- Pon Tus of sayas and sayamas
- Pon Tus of selected alumni (e.g. WHO)
- Paintings for exhibition and sale
- Design of covers for RIT Annual Magazines
- Cover and cartoons for Swel Daw Yeik Magazines
U Saw Linn (C71, GBNF)
Served as the Chief Editor and Publisher of the commemorative SWEL DAW YEIK MAGAZINE for SPZP-2012. He wrote :
ဆရာပူေဇာ္ပြဲႏွင္႔ေတြ႔ဆံုပဲြ၊ ၂၀၁၂-ရန္ကုန္ကို ဂုဏ္ျပဳထုတ္ေ၀သည္႔
စြယ္ေတာ္ရိပ္မဂၢဇင္းအား မဖတ္လိုက္ မရလိုက္ရွိၾကမည္႔ စကၤာပူေရာက္
ေက်ာင္းသားေက်ာင္းသူ ေဟာင္းမ်ားအတြက္ ရည္ရြယ္လွ်က္ စာအုပ္အခိ္်ဳ႔
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- U Saw Lin’s daughter graciously complied his father’s request to carry as much as possible out of the 90 remaining magazines.
- 45 were air lifted to Singapore.
- Saya U Moe Aung said that even carrying back 5 was not easy.
Several sayas wondered what happened to the Swel Daw Bins, which provided Swel Daw Yeik to the engineering students. How did they perish?
Saya U Moe Aung (Tekkatho Moe War) was sad to see the demise of Swel Daw Bins, but he is convinced that virtual Swel Daw Yeik lie deep in the heart of the engineering sayas and students and will live on forever.
- Ko Saw Linn (C71, GBNF) had a kidney transplant, and had been to ICU at least thrice.
- Ko Wynn Htain Oo (M72) has a hip replacement surgery several years ago.
- Ko Myint Pe (M72) had a Stage-3 cancer.
I met them on RIT Alumni Facebook Pages before I met them face to face at the SPZP-2012 Main Organizing Committee meetings.
Their health problems did not prevent them from working feverishly to repay their metta and cetana to their mentors, and to ensure that their former classmates and school mates will have wonderful reunions and flash backs to the good old days.
The three alumni are living proof that Swel Daw Yeik (RIT) Spirit is alive and well.
Volunteers for SPZP-2012
- U Ohn Khine (M 70)
- U Saw Linn (C 71, GBNF)
- Daw Hla Thi (Tex 72)
- U Aung Myo Khin (M 71)
- Daw Pyone Pyone Oo (C 79)
- U Myo Myint (M 72)
- U Myint Soe (Pet 72)
- U Ko Ko Gyi (C 73)
- U Aung Moung (M 73, GBNF)
- U Nyunt Htay (Met 73)
- U Toe Maung (C 74)
- Daw San San (C 79)
- U Win Khaing (M 75)
- U Than Win (Pet 75)
- U Htay Maung (M 75)
- U Tin Tun Aung (M 75)
- U Than Po (M 75)
- Daw Khin Saw Mu (EP 74)
- U Zaw Min (M 75)
- U Hla Win (M 75)
- U Myint Aung ( 78)
- U Win Htay (M 78)
- U Myint Wai (A 79)
- Daw Hla Htay Aung (A 79)
- U Soe Myint (Min 83)
- U Aung Win (C 84)
- U Win Khaing Moe (EE 84)
- U Aung Kyi Soe (M 85)
- Daw Kyi Kyi Pyone (M 86)
- U Kyaw Hlaing (M 86)
- U Tin Maung Naing (M 87)
- U Tin Oo (M 87)
- U Myint Naing (EE 91)
- U Zaw Naing (EE 96)
Ko Zarni Tun (EC78) is an Executive Committee member of RITAA. He was also Vice President of Old Johnian Association.
Ko Sit Nyein (EC78) is the boss of Sigma Cable.
Ko Zarni arranged a meeting with Ko Sit Nyein, Ko Wynn Htain Oo, Ko San Kyu, Ko Aung Khine, and Ko Zeya Moe Lay about YTU Library project.
Ko Sit Nyein pledged to help in everyone possible (e.g. donate some items, provide some items at base cost).
The discussion noted that most “temporary” solutions (due to lack of funds) remain “temporary” for a long time (may be permanently). Young alumni will work with the Ah Ko Gyis to make YTU Library a success.
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