Ko Benny Tan (M70) is a founding member of RIT Alumni International, and a Multiple Golden Sponsor of SPZPs. He co-chaired the Working Committee for SPZP-2000 and designed the Banner, T-shirt, Mug, and Calculator Clock for the event. He is a Past President of BAPS. He and Ma […]
The photo was taken at a Reunion and Acariya Pu Zaw Pwe for the Class of 78 (Intake of 72).
Updated on June 10, 2019 The seniors in Singapore usually meet once a month. Saya U Thein Lwin (EE, GBNF) is an alumni of Lehigh University, USA. He taught at RIT and Singapore Polytechnic. He is the elder brother of U Myo Myint (ChE from USA), U Kyi […]
One photo was taken at MES. The attendees paid respect to Senior Engineers and Architects, who are 75+ years old. After retirement, Saya Dr. Lwin Aung (A59) and U Bo Gyi (A59) became monks. They are from the second batch of Architects who graduated from the University of […]
For archive (Updated on February 26, 2019) U Khin Aung Bo is President of MARB. He was a teacher. U Kyaw Myint (T72) is an expert on Veda and Traditional Medicine. He is a associate member of “Myanmar Pyeikkdadein Ah Kyan Pay Ah Phwe.” U Soe Thein took […]
For archive (Updated on February 26, 2019) My heartfelt thanks to my beloved spouse, who told me to pay back to my beloved land, my forebears, my mentors and my alma mater. We miss Saya Allen Htay (C58, GBNF), who served as the President of RIT Alumni International […]
Saya U Shwe Hlaing studied Chemical Engineering and Mathematics in the USA. Saya taught Engineering Mechanics in our 2nd BE class. The students love the free-body diagrams with half arrows. Saya wore jeans and smoked quite a lot. Saya quit smoking and wore taik pone. A dramatic change. […]
For archive (Updated on February 26, 2019) In the old education system, there were minimal requirements to attend courses at the University. Among those who stood First in Burma, Dr. Soe Win (Matric 58) chose to study Chemistry and Dr. Hla Tin Ngwe (Frankie Ohn, Matric 59) chose […]
For archive (Updated on March 1, 2019) U Khin Maung Tun is President of Swel Daw Yeik Foundation (SDYF). He is a major donor not only for SDYF, but for the Alumni Association (e.g. YTU Library Modernization). He and his family donated for the Entertainment Program (for SPZPs […]
Ko Khin Maung Toe is from the Class of 72, but his passion for music won him over. He did not forget his roots. Maung Sein Win (Padeegone) and Ko Khin Maung Toe helped create “Thamudaya Kyaung” and its sequel.