Hla Min (Lifelong Learner)
Life Long Learner, Expert in Computer Science and Technology, Educator, Distinguished Toastmaster, Writer, Editor
In the early days, In current usage, the term “alumni” covers all four cases.We sometimes use the term “alum” to cover all the cases. Not that “alumni” is not synonymous with “graduate”. Alumni Organization Most universities have an alumni organization and a department (e.g. Alumni Relations) to support […]
Updated on Janaury 26, 2019 Saya Dr Tin Win (M62) & Daw Lily Win, Saya U Aung Myint (M69) & Daw Khin Nwe Aye (Auckland and Singapore), U Than Saung (M72) at Saya U Tin Htut (M60) and Daw Irene’s home in Palmdale, CA. Saya U Tin Htut, […]
Saya U Aung Myaing (ChE72, Thailand) requested his former sayas and colleagues to help the YTU Modernization project in general and the YTU Library Staff Training in particular. (1) Saya U Maung Maung (George Chan, ChE66, California) put in $500 as seed money for the Staff Training Component. […]
Members of the San Francisco Bay Area honored the Fallen Heroes of Burma’s Democratic Movement in general, and the events around the ominous 8-8-88 (August 8, 1988) in particular. Among the attendees were Dr. Kyaw Tint U Maung Maung Latt EC and members of BADA EC and members […]
Saya U Moe Aung Saya is a Laureate Poet, distinguished writer and editor. Saya served as Chief Editor of the Commemorative Issues of Swel Daw Yeik Sar Saung for Saya suggested a name for my article which appears on Pages 20 – 24. Thanks.
Thanks to Ko Patrick Thein Naing and Ma Mi Mi for organizing the special lunch party for August born Ko Myint Swe and Ma San San for the ride to Moss Beach Distillery (in Hla Moon Bay) the friends for the memorable birthday presents Dr. Kyaw Tint for […]
Dr. Aung Zeya has published papers on renewable energy.
Post : 2009 Updated : June 19, 2019 The first East Coast Reunion took place in Virginia in 2009. U Kyaw Than (ex-UBA) was one of the senior alumni. U Nyein Min (C79), Dr. L Sein Myint (M73) and the alumni in East Coast organized the Reunion. Some […]
It was the sixth month in the old Roman Calendar and had 30 days. The month was renamed August in honor of Emperor Augustus Caesar and was given 31 days to equal that of July (named after Emperor Julius Caesar). Grapevine says that the two extra days for […]