Category: Names

L

Updated : March 15, 2019 The list is not exhaustive. Names beginning with L La Min (EP70) is a Paulian. He was a Lu Shwin Daw at RIT. His hobbies include music and writing. U Latt is a writer. Saya U Lin (M66) is an Organizer and Patron […]

M

Updated : June 22, 2019 With contributions from Dr. Nyunt Wai (Victor Nyunt, SPHS63) The list is not exhaustive. Names beginning with M Maung Latt (Hla Myint, EP7x) is a Paulian. Colonel Maung Lwin (Former MI Chief and Ambassador to Germany) Colonel Maung Lwin is the father of […]

O

Updated : June 19, 2019 Names beginning with O Oak is a tree. “Tie a yellow ribbon round an old oak tree” is from an Oldie song. Dr. Oak Soe Kha (MEHS70) is the son of Sayagyi Dr. Maung Maung Kha. He is a High School Luyechun. He […]

T

Updated : July 10, 2019 With contributions from Dr. Thane Oke Kyaw Myint (SPHS60) Names beginning with T U Tha Aung (M78) and Daw Kinsa Maw-Naing hosted RIT reunions in Canada. They worked with Canadian NGOs in Myanmar. Dr. Tha Hla served as Professor of Geology, Interim Dean […]

HM Writings [3]

Updated : June 16, 2019 Second SEAP Games Champions Aung San Stadium Football (Soccer) Swimming and Diving Tennis Rowing Olympics Mingun Rangoon University Estate Prizes Lay Na Ban Tekkatho In Lighter Vein Second SEAP Games The 2nd SEAP (South East Asia Peninsular) Games was held in Rangoon in […]

Names : B

Updated on March 15, 2019 With contributions from Dr. Nyunt Wai (Victor, SPHS63) The list is not exhaustive. Beginning with B U Ba (Educator) U Ba Chit was an actor. Ba Dway is the younger brother of one’s father. e.g. Dr. Htin Aung is Ba Dway of Dr. […]

Names : C and D

Updated on March 12, 2019 The list is not exhaustive. Beginning with C Chan Boon Pin graduated on or around 1948 with Mech/Elec combined degree. He retired as Deputy Chief Engineer at Burma Railways. He is the father of Robert Chan (San Lin, EC73, Texas). Dr. Chit is […]

Names : E and F

Updated on March 12, 2019 The list is not exhaustive. Beginning with E During our younger days, some Burmese spell their name as “E” instead of “Aye”. Dr U E, Professor of Medicine, Rangoon General Hospital and Medical College; later served as the Rector of the Medical College […]