Author Archives

Hla Min (Lifelong Learner)

Life Long Learner, Educator, Distinguished Toastmaster, Writer, Editor, Expert in Computer Science and Technology

Dr. Pe Nyun

Updated on April 20, 2019 When Rangoon University re-opened in 1946 (after closing for three years), Dr. Pe Nyun (Dick San Pe), his younger brother Dr. Pe Thein (Tom San Pe) and their elder sister entered Rangoon University. Their classmates include Saya U Tin U and Saya U […]

U Pandita

Updated on April 20, 2019 Sayadaw U Pandita was a senior disciple of Sayadaw U Sobana (Mahasi Sayadaw). U Pandita succeeded U Sobana as Mahasi Sayadaw. U Pandita founded Panditarama monastery. There are various monasteries around the world that are affiliated with Panditarama. Tathagata Meditation Center (TMC) in […]

Colleges and Courses

Updated on April 20, 2019 University A University usually consists of several colleges. Rangoon University was founded in 1920 with Rangoon College and Judson College as its constituents. Intermediate Courses Intermediate courses were initially offered in the Main Campus. Later, Yankin College was opened for students who intend […]

iNapa Winery

Gordon Kaung (M83) and Lillian Kaung (EC83) founded iNapa Winery. The Winery has hosted gatherings for NorCal RITAA meetings to welcome sayas visiting from overseas to welcome staff of the Myanmar Consulate in Los Angeles Kan So Kan Kaung During the Napa fires, Gordon and Lillian had to […]


Updated on April 20, 2019 Saya Dr. Tha Hla Saya studied for his Ph.D. in Geology in UK about the same time as Dr. Maung Maung Kha (Meteorological Physics) and Dr. Hla Myint (Economics). He was the first native Professor at the Department of Geology. His students included […]

69ers [1]

Updated on April 20, 2019 Kyaw Nyunt (GBNF) Ko Kyaw Nyunt is the 88th from the Class of 69 to pass away. He represented RIT in Tennis. He regularly visited his son in East Coast USA. Ivan Lee and Grand kids Ivan is a Golden Sponsor of SPZP-2000. […]


Updated on April 20, 2019 Private Primary Boundary Road School (PPBRS) was founded by Daw Tin Tin Aye. She was succeeded by her younger sister Daw Khin Khin Aye (Teacher Ah Mar) as Principal. Daw Yi Yi (second sister) taught Infant (A) [equivalent to Higher KG]. PPBRS was […]