Updated : June 16, 2019 Loose rendition of a poem by Saya U Moe Aung (Tekkatho Moe War) String of attachment — then in its infancy grew beyond proportion — on her birthday to express my deepest feelings — while courting her I gave “Sho Whet The Pho” […]
Updated : June 16, 2019 HMEE-2012 HMEE-2012 was published in time for SPZP-2012. Saya U Aung Hla Tun was the Principal Author. Due to time and resource constraints, the scope was restricted. Some materials and photos could not make it to the book were compiled into a CD […]
Updated : June 15, 2019 Sayas Sayagyi U Ba Toke is a proud Great Grandfather. Sayama Daw Khin Saw Tint is a proud Great Grandmother. Alumni Bohmu Lwin Swe (EE) is a proud Great Grandfather.
U Myo Lwin (Stanley Saw, M71) is an organizer for RIT Alumni in New Zealand. After retirement from Singapore Polytechnic, Saya U Aung Myint (M69) spends time in New Zealand and Singapore. The following photo was taken during Saya U Tin Htut (M60)’s visit to New Zealand.
Updated on June 15, 2019 Last Names Some Last Names originally meant “son of”. Johnson (son of John) MacDonald (son of Donald) McGee (son of Gee) O’Neal (son of Neal) bin Laden (son of Laden) Fitzgerald (son of Gerald) There are a few exceptions. Some Last Names mean […]
Updated : June 15, 2019 U Hla succeeded U Soe Thein as Registrar of RIT. Ludu U Hla is a prolific writer, journalist and publisher. U Hla Aung taught at UCC, DCS and ICST. U Hla Aung (EP68) occasionally provides comments on my posts. Dr. Daw Hla Hla […]
Updated : June 15, 2019 Daw Htoo is the owner of Htoo Motor & Supplies. Maung Htoo attended RIT and UCC. “Tat Kyat” Maung Htoo is a writer. Ba Htoo started the Resistance ahead of March 27. Ba Htoo Myo, named after him, had training centers for the […]
Updated : June 15, 2019 Saya U Nyunt Maung taught at SPHS. U Nyunt Maung is a former Deputy Ministry of National Planning and Finance. Daw Nyunt Nyunt Wai (Millie, T69) is a substantial donor to the 69er Health Care Fund. She lives in Germany. Sayama Daw Nyunt […]
Updated : June 15, 2019 U Pe Han Tun (M69) is a Khamee Khamet of U Tin Shein (Phonegyi, RIT Chin Lone, M69). Pe Kan Kaung is a fictitious character. U Pe Khin (former Ambassador) U Pe Khin (Burma football selected) Victor Pe Win (A60) submitted a photo […]
Updated on May 1, 2019 U Latt is a writer. Maung Latt (Hla Myint, EP71) is a Paulian. U Win Latt (UCC) wrote Win Horo with my supervision. He worked in Burma, Singapore and Thailand. U Maung Maung Latt is President of BADA. He was elected MP (Member […]