Neikban is the Burmese term for Nibanna (in Pali) and Nirvana (in Sanscrit). It is rendered as “Liberation” or “Enlightenment”. Some associations for Dhamma activities are known as “Neikban Zaw Ah Phwe”. The volunteers for Dhamma activities often call themselves “Neikban Zaw”. It is the pen name of […]
Hla Min (Lifelong Learner)
Life Long Learner, Expert in Computer Science and Technology, Educator, Distinguished Toastmaster, Writer, Editor
The article “Ko Seik Kyan Mar Ye” (Physical and Mental Health) was published in Dhammananda Newsletter. “Neik Ban Zaw” is the pen name of my beloved spouse.
The article “A Question and Answer” was published in the Dhammananda Newsletter many years ago. “Neik Ban Zaw” is the pen name of my beloved spouse.
The article was published in Dhammananda Newsletter in 2007 . “Neik Ban Zaw” is the pen name of my beloved spouse.
None of my four grandparents were around when I was born. So, I cannot directly relate to them. “Thar ah chit. Myee ah hnit” goes an old saying. Did not know much about the world when I was young Modern day kids — whether they are born in […]
Published in Commemorative Swel Daw Yeik Magazine for Shwe YaDu, 2014 Thanks to Saya U Moe Aung (Tekkatho Moe War) & Team
Update : January 17, 2022 At UCC, we would call the Founders as Saya Chit, Saya Paing, Saya Myo and Saya Lay. Saya Dr. Chit Swe Founder / Director passed away in Sydney in 2019. Saya U Ko Ko Lay was the earliest to pass away. He also […]
Update : January 17, 2020 He earned the nickname Pauk Si at SPHS (St. Paul’s High School). His father had lent money to a Pauk Si vendor, but the vendor could not pay back the loan. So, at break time, he would go to claim one Pauk Si […]
Update : January 17, 2022 Per Wai Lu, there were 16 students in Mining 69. Ko Kyaw Tint, Ko Chit Htun, Ko Aung Naing … are GBNF.Six are alive and well. Met Ko Khin Maung Gyi, Ko Tin Win and Ko Win Thein Zaw at the 69er Gatherings. […]
Update : January 16, 2022 My older brother and sister took two Government examinations before entering Rangoon University. I had to take four examinations as a Guinea Pig of the changing Education Systems. We had to study most subjects in Burmese and English. e.g. Thin Char, Yupa Beda […]