Chess [0]

Updated : June 14, 2019 Game Chess is played on an 8×8 board. Each player owns 16 pieces : King — the game is lost is when it is check-mated Queen (generally worth 8 pawns) Two Rooks (each worth 5 pawns) Two Bishops (each worth 3 pawns) Two […]


For archive (Updated on February 6, 2019) Some Basics From a High School Physics book (donated by Asia Foundation or Ford Foundation), I learned about the 12-note logarithmic scale used in music. Two notes that are an octave apart have frequencies where the higher note has twice the […]

Class of C58

For archive (Updated on February 27, 2019) Saya Allen Htay, Leader of the Bay Area Alumni Group, wrote: I have sent the Civil Engineering, Class of ’58, group photo that I promised you a long time ago. Thanks to Dr San Hla Aung (Civil ’58) for helping to […]

Milestone [2]

For archive (Updated on February 27, 2019) My question Many years ago, I asked a journalist how he could write weekly columns. He replied, “As long as you have family, friends and colleagues, you can find some thing to write even daily.” Their questions “How do you find […]

Some ex-sayas

For archive (Updated on February 21, 2019) By Thein Swe (EP69) The following list of ex-sayas (of RIT/ YTU) as well as 69++ers may be included in Myanmar Engineering Education History of the period from late 1969 to 2005 +. Some of them had contributed something for Myanmar […]

RIT (394) : Ivan

For archive (Updated on February 25, 2019) Dear Ivan [Khin Maung Oo, M 69], I received US$ 5000 donated by you per kind favour of Sayar Dr. Aung Gyi this morning (December 24, 2012). Sayar suggested that we should use that money for buying good- quality computers to […]