UCC Memories

UCC Saya Dr. F Ba Hli

Update : January 18, 2022

Saya Dr. F Ba Hli and Saya Chit
  • He is the only son of Saya U Ba Hla, first native Dean of Engineering.
  • He received Sc.D. (Doctor of Science) from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
    At MIT, Saya helped “fresh” scholars including Saya Dr. Aung Gyi and Saya U Min Wun acclimatize with the environment and studies.
  • He taught part-time at the Electrical Engineering Department while serving as DG (Director General) of UBARI (Union of Burma Applied Research Institute).
  • He retired as Advisor for the Ministry of National Planning.
  • Saya was a supporter of UCC Project and served as a member of the Board of Directors and as an External Examiner for the Computer Science graduates.
  • Saya’s spouse (Daw Myint Thwe) is the younger sister of Saya U Tin U and Saya U Ba Than.
  • They have three children :
    Tin Tn Hlaing (UCC), Tha Hlaing (EC83, UCC) and Min Thet Tun (GBNF)
  • Htay Aung (Victor, EC80) is a nephew of Saya U Sein Hlaing.
    He is the spouse of Ma Tin Tin Hlaing.
    Htay Aung and team “programmed” a PROM (Programmable Read Only Memory) to print Burmese characters on the Cromemco System Three micro-computer.
    He worked on Burmese Word Processing for Wang Computers.
    He migrated to Australia. For the past few years, he came back to Yangon to volunteer as an interpreter for the “10-day Mediation Retreat for Foreign Yogis” at the Mahasi Sasana Yeik Tha.
  • Tha Hlaing stood Joint First with Thaung Tin (KMD) in EC83.
  • During my visit to Sydney (Australia) in 2006, Saya Zaw hosted a UCC reunion and mini-PZP (Pu Zaw Pwe) for Saya Freddie and Saya Chit.

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