Dr. Tun Aung Gyaw (EC69) and Daw Khin Maw Maw donated books to the Sayadaws in Shwe Bo. Sadhu, sadhu, sadhu.
Sayagyi U Pe Maung Tin was Professor of Pali and Burmese. His students include ICS U Sein Tin (Theikpan Maung Wa) U Thein Han (Zawgyi) U Wun (Minthuwun) U Tha Win requested Sayagyi U Pe Maung Tin to translate into English the two sermons that Buddha gave to […]
Article from Dhammananda Newsletter The article was written by my beloved spouse for Dhammananda Newsletter.
(1) Nine of my artilces appear in the Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife (AAFF) was published by ABC-CLIO in 2011. (2) It consists of three volumes. (3) Burmese Americans are covered in Pages 127 to 178 of Volume One. (4) The Editors decided to merge two […]
Saya U Tin Maung Nyunt (M60) gave me several books (e.g. by Kyemon U Thaung, Theikpan Maung Wa, Tha Ka Doe, Ludu Daw Ah Mar). Many journalists and writers used to work at Ludu Newspaper (founded by U Hla and Daw Ah Mar).
Saya U Aung Zaw taught Computer Science at UCC, ABAC and in Australia. He wrote articles and poems. Saya’s elder sister published them as two books. I wrote a Preface for the first book. Based on his ideas, I wrote several chapters in English. They form the latter […]
In early August, Ko Patrick (Thein Naing) and Ma Mie Mie hosted a lunch gathering for the August born at Moss Beach Distillery. They also presented a book for us. Thanks
U Ye Sint taught Physics at the University of Rangoon before he migrated to the USA. He served as Executive Member & Board of Director of Theravada Buddhist Society of America (TBSA). He served as Editor of the Dhammananda Newsletter and the commemorative book “Paying Homage to Sayadaw […]
Sayadaw U Kelasa is the Chief Resident Monk of A Lo Daw Pyie Monastery in Apache Junction, Arizona. He has published four volumes of Q&A (Questions and Anwers) about Buddhism. Sayadaw would gave me his books in person (during his visits to the San Francisco Bay Area) and […]
During our visit to Sydney in 2006, my cousin nephew Ko Tha Hlaing (EC83) gave us a book present. He is the son of Sayagyi Dr. Freddie Ba Hli (GBNF) and Daw Myint Thwe. He stood Joint First with Ko Thaung Tin (KMD, EC83) in their Final Year.