Updated on May 2, 2019 Uniform may stand for “one form”. Grapevine says that Bogyoke Aung San and U Thant had a debate during their University days on Uniform. Some schools may mandate their students to wear uniform on specified days (and may be every day). During our […]


Updated on May 2, 2019 Bala may stand for Strength or Prowess. There are “Bala Nga Tan” (Five kinds of strength) Kaya Bala (Physical Strength). In our younger days, there were Kaya Bala Ah Thin for developing Physical Strength. Some instructors have their names prefixed with “Kaya Bala”. […]


Updated on May 2, 2019 Guidelines There is a saying, “Speech is silver. Silence golden.” This does not mean we should stay silent all the time. If one does not have meaningful things to say, it is better to remain silent rather than rambling or engaging in “frivolous […]

Analogy and Analog

Updated on May 2, 2019 An analogy is a comparison of two things that are similar. Analog may stand for “a person or an object which may be compared to another”. Devices may be analog, digital or hybrid. An analog device uses information represented by a continuous variable. […]


Updated on May 2, 2019 By Hla Min The intriguing splendor of the East Where the soft wind melts your heart Where lavish nature gives you a feast And a truly cool refreshing bath Mountainous tides roll in like thunder Then lie helpless on the shore Fishing boats […]

To the Shwe Duo

Updated on May 2, 2019 by Tekkatho Moe War (Saya U Moe Aung) Translated by U Hla Min SHWE duo Blossom in unison Disappear together Free from complaint Even with thin breath Showed mark [of courage and wisdom] Never ever wavered … Pressed by burden At the awaited […]