Wai Hnin Pwint Thon is not fighting for Islam but for the betterment of all the Myanmars

I am writting this because of some racial comments seen on Wai Hnin Pwint Thon the daughter of the detainee Ko Mya Aye, one of the few most famous leaders of the 8888 generation pro-democracy student activists in Burma (Myanmar) just because she is a Burmese Muslim.

Wai Hnin Pwint Thon is not fighting for Islam nor against Myanmar military but for the betterment of all the Myanmars. She is young and inexperience, could have done some mistakes but just look at our selves, who could claim that one has never done mistakes or sins and is 100% free from blemish.

Mya Aye is one of the leaders of the 8888 generation pro-democracy student activists in Burma (Myanmar). He was elected as the Politician of the Year 2006 by readers of the Burma Digest. He has led a campaign for a signature petition to rel…ease all political prisoners when most of the political leaders were imprisoned by the Myanmar Military Junta, SPDC, in order to silence their opposition. He took over all responsibilities after Min Ko Naing, Pyone Cho, Min Za Ya, Htay Kywel and Ko Ko Gyi were arrested. He was first arrested in 1989 and sentenced for 8 years imprisonment because of his role as a prominent student leader in 1988 uprising. {http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8888_Uprising}. He was released in 1996 and still continued campaigning for democracy in Burma. He strongly believes in human rights and freedom. He was arrested again 2007 with fellow students leaders and sentenced for 65 years and 6 months imprisonment.
His daughter Wai Hnin Pwint Thon has followed his footsteps to bring change in Burma. She has campaigned for the release of political prisoners in Burma and freedom and democracy. Wai Hnin Pwint Thon based in London and studying her degree at university.

Maung Thaw Ka a Burmese Muslim was a retired Major Ba Thaw (Navy). He was a satirist, popular speaker and Central Executive Committee member of the NLD, National League for Democracy of Burma.
Although not directly relevant to the original posting, I am just trying to tell some of our non_Muslim Burmese friends on FB about our Burmese Muslims’ LOYALTY and SERVICE of our country. (Please do not angry with the word OUR, I never mea…nt Myanmar or Burma is own by us, but we are the children/citizens of Myanmar/Burma also.) We are part of the citizens only but we have no other parent country. Your ancesters had adopted us, accepted us and now even if U could not accept us as your real brothers, please kindly accept us as your cousins. I wrote this because of some racial comments seen on Wai Hnin Pwint Thon.
 
Two Arab Muslim sailors, Byat Wi and Byat Ta, arrived Burmese shores, near Thaton. After Thaton king had killed the elder brother, the younger brother managed to escape to Bagan and took refuge to king Anawratha. He married a girl from Popa… and got two sons, Shwe Byin brothers. Later they also served the king as worriers, even as the special agents to infiltrate the enemy’s inner circle. They were famous after they successfully infiltrated the Chinese King Utibua’s bodyguards and drawn three lines with white lime on the Utibua’s body and also wrote the threatening message on the wall. Because of that vent, the mighty powerful Chinese army and the king himself were scared, frightened, alarmed and signed a peace agreement with the Burmese.

Ref: Pe Maung Tin and G.H.Luce, The Glass Palace Chronicle of the Kings of Burma, Rangoon University Press, Rangoon, Burma, January 1960

May be those surrounding the Anawratha were also worried regarding the potential threat of those Muslim brothers. They refused to contribute in the building of a pagoda at Taung Byone, just north of Mandalay, may be because of their religio…us belief. The brothers’ enemies in the inner circle left vacant the spaces for the two bricks so that the king could notice. After a brief inquiry the king ordered to punish the brothers for disobedience but were killed. There was believed to be a big conspiracy even involving Kyansittha, rival worrier, a general, who became the third king of Bagan. All of us know that the King Anawratha just ordered to teach a lesson to the young brothers. Instead of using stick or rattan to strike on the back of the body, Kyansittha ordered to use a hard and solid bamboo trunk and hit on the throat. Deliberate miscarriage of the order with the criminal intent to monopolized the inner circle position?
Comments by Anatomist Prof. Dr. U Maung Maung Nyo
Dear KKG, I had been to Dali or Talifu where King Anawrhta and his heroes had been. The Chines ehosts told us (Burmese writers and journalists) they have the record of Anawrahta visit.I believe Byatwi and Byatta or Bradwi and Bradda arrived …in Thaton. Bradda went to Pagan and fathered Shwephyin brothers. I have been to Taungpyone and saw the pagoda where there were two vacant places for two bricks. Yes, it was possible the two brothers were killed on purpose. But King Anawrahta knew people psychology and he made them Nats to be worshiped by their followers at Taungpyone. King Anawrahta was killed by a Nat Kywe (buffalo) probably by a strong man called Nga Kywe.It could also be a palce coup.  
Dear KKG, TQ for your opinion on the Muslims in Burma. The give and tke should be mutual. Bamar Muslims will be accepted wholeheartedly by all the Burmese (Bamar, Mon, Yakhaing, Shan etc) if they drop the word muslim and say we are Burmese,… not Muslim Burmese in that there are Bamr Buddhists, Bamar Christians , Bamar Hindu etc. We should have a secular attitude. I have no doubt about the love and loyalty of the the many Burmese muslims like Bratta, Shwepyin brothers, U Nu, U Razak, U Kar, Major Ba Thaw, Tiger Ba Nyein, Goalie Ba Htay , Pyinmana Daw Pu, Haji Ko Thein etc. Religion should be kept for private use and not for public consumption.
Ko Ko Gyi
Dear Prof., I agree with you, “But King Anawrahta knew people psychology and he made them Nats to be worshiped by their followers at Taungpyone.” Yes Prof., may be some of the executed brothers’ friends were not happy with the execution. Es…pecially the sailors at that time were mostly known to be (Bangla) Muslim sailors. The royal raft could not move after that, may be the silent protest against the killing by them. But the witty, white and black Indian Brahmans, royal consultants interpreted that, the two brothers were loyal faithful servants but unjustly punished, became Nats (the powerful spirits) and they pulled the rudder of the royal boat to show their displeasure. Then only, Anawratha as he knew the people’s psychology, ordered the building of the spirit-palace at Taung Byone and ordered the people to worship the two brothers.
This was the clever Royal trick used to be played by the ancient Burmese kings to execute the powerful rivals and posthumously elevated them to the level of Nats or powerful Spirits or local gods, just to please their followers or the people who love the executed heroes. This lesson should be learnt by present political leaders around the world. I think Americans are best, Just see Obama accepted his rivals and give place in his admin. If there is a time limit impose on top leaders, the second leader never need to get rid of No 1. and if No wish to remove others, better kick up to other positions instead of humilitating the potential leaders with their beloved followers.
 
King Mindon was the best King in Muslim subjects. Burmese Muslims were given specific quarters to settle in the new city of Mandalay. Sigaing dan, Kone Yoe dan,Taung Balu,Oh Bo,Setkyer Ngwezin,June Amoke Tan, Wali Khan Quarter,Taik Tan Qr, …Koyandaw Qr (Royal Bodyguards’ Qr), Ah Choke Tan,Kala Pyo Qr,Panthay dan for the Burmese Chinese Muslims.
In those quarters, lands for 20 Mosques were allocated out side the Palace wall. Sigaing dan Mosque,Kone Yoe Mosque,Taung Balu Mosque, June Mosque, Koyandaw Mosque, Wali Khan Mosque,Kala Pyo Mosque
8.Seven lots of lands for Setkyer Ngwezin,King Mindon donated his palace teak pillars to build a mosque at North Obo in central Mandalay. The Panthays (Burmese Chinese Muslims)
Inside the Palace wall, for the Royal Body Guards, King Mindon himself donated and started the building of the Mosque by laying the Gold foundation at the South-eastern part of the Palace located near the present Independent Monument. This Mosque was called the Shwe Pannet Mosque. That mosque was destroyed by the British to build the Polo playground.King Mindon (1853–78) donated the rest house in Mecca for his Muslim subjects performing Hajj. Nay Myo Gonna Khalifa U Pho Mya and Haji U Swe Baw were ordered to supervise the building. The Kind donated the balance needed to complete the building which was started with the donations from the Burmese Muslims. (From Wikipedia.)
I had wrote under Dr Bo Bo’s FB posting_

ဘုိ Boမဏိပူရျပည္နယ္ႏွင့္ ျပည္နယ္သား ကသည္းလူမ်ဳိးမ်ားအေၾကာင္း၊ ၄င္းတုိ႔ ျမန္မာႏုိင္ငံတြင္းသုိ႔ ေရာက္ရွိလာပုံႏွင့္ ေရွးယခင္က ျမန္မာ့ၾသဇာခံျပည္နယ္ျဖစ္ခဲ့ပုံ သမုိင္းေၾကာင္း ျခင္းရာမ်ား၊ ဒုတိယ ျမန္မာႏုိင္ငံေတာ္ၾကီးကို တည္ေထာင္ခဲ့ေသာ ဘုရင့္ေနာင္လက္ထက္မွ အစျပဳ၍ သာလြန္မင္း၊ မင္းရဲေက်ာ္ထင္(စေနမင္း)၊ မဟာဓမၼရာဇာဓိပတိမင္း၊ အေလာင္းဘုရား၊… ဆင္ျဖဴရွင္ (ေျမဒူးမင္း)၊ ဘုိးေတာ္ဘုရားႏွင့္ ဘၾကီးေတာ္မင္းလက္ထက္အထိ ႏွစ္ေပါင္း ၂၆၀ ေက်ာ္တုိင္ ျမန္မာမင္းအဆင္ဆင္ႏွင့္ ျဖစ္ပြားခဲ့သည့္ ျမန္မာ-မဏိပူရစစ္ပြဲမ်ား၊ ၄င္းစစ္ပြဲမ်ားအတြင္ ဦးေဆာင္တုိက္ပြဲ၀င္ခဲ့ၾကသည့္ သမုိင္း၀င္ ျမန္မာသူရဲေကာင္းမ်ားႏွင့္ စစ္ဆင္စစ္တက္ ေသနဂၤဗ်ဴဟာမ်ား၊ အာသံ-မဏိပူရနယ္ျခားေဒသ ေရွးေဟာင္း တပ္စခန္းၿမဳိ႕မ်ား စစ္ရိကၡာေထာက္စခန္းမ်ားႏွင့္ မဏိပူရသုိ႔ စစ္ခ်ီလမ္းေၾကာင္း အဆင့္ဆင့္ စစ္ေၾကာင္းျပေျမပုံမ်ား။ ထြန္းေဖာင္ေဒး႐ွင္း စာေပဆု (သမုိင္းဘာသာရပ္) ဘုိ Bo got nationalist sense phwee… I read cruelities of Burman soldiers to Manipuri war captives, killing (throwing from the hillside?) of the old folks n kids.

Maung Nyo In any war both sides commit cruelities and atrocities. The Manipuris raied the Anyar villages oft and on taking women and materials.That’s why Alaungpaya/Sinphyushin conquered Manipura. Don’t think only the Burmese armies committed atrocities. Even the British Armies committe such atrocities and beheading of the Burmese in the Anglo-Burmese wars and later pacification programmes.
Ko Ko Gyi
Yes Pro., but just read this… (may be the historian was bias against enemy Burmese.
The sort of fighting and bloody killings that took place between 1812-19 when the Burmese kings of Mandalay tried to conquer and subdue the Shan Ahom kingd…om in Assam, India, where the Burmese General Maha Bandula’s troops committed indescribable cruelties and barbarities as to decimate something like 2/3 of the population and certainly 1/3 of the men and boys – disemboweling them, eating their flesh and burning them alive in cages to intimidate and suppress the Shan Ahom of Assam,India. REFERENCE: History of Assam by Sir Edward Gaits.
 
May be this Shan leader was also BIAS against Burmese…
That event weakened and disorganized the Shan Ahom that by 1839 the kingdom was completely annexed by the British.
Before that from about 1220 – 1812 AD they maintained themselves unde…r one Dynasty, (that of Mong Mao 568-1604 AD when its descendants ruled Hsenwi or Theinni in Burmese). Indeed the Shan Ahom resisted conquest by the Mughals who had conquered much of India before the British incursion.
Ref: “DIALOGUE WITH A SHAN LEADER, H.R.H HSO KHAN PHA” . Tiger Yawnghwe or His Royal Highness Prince Hso Khan Pha; he is the eldest son of Sao Shwe Thaik, the former Saopha[Prince] of Yawnghwe[Nyaung-Shwe] and the first President of Burma after Burma’s Independence from British colonial rule.
 
In October 1819, Bandula, as ”Sitke” (Supreme Commander) of the Burmese forces, led the invasion of Manipur
He commanded an infantry of 5000 men and 500 cavalry, followed by Gen. Ne Myo Thura Minhla Nawrahta’s 20,000 infantry men and 2500 …cavalry. The Manipuris made their stand near their capital. The fort, surrounded by high hills on two sides and heavily fortified by stout timber gates on the remaining side, was said to be nearly impregnable. Bandula sent in commandos who scaled the hills at night and broke open the stout gates, allowing the Burmese to take the fort and the capital. Raja Marjit Singh fled to the neighboring state of Cachar, which was ruled by his brother Chourjit Singh. The daring operation made Bandula famous. The king granted him the title ”’Ne Myo Thura Yegaung”’.
Maung Nyo
Dear Dr KKGyi,TQ.No problem with addressing. The British historians depicted the Burmese and Indian kings or Maharajas as being corrupted, cruel and inefficient, but the British did the same to the natives. I read in one Burmese history boo…k written by a British historian that King Bodawpaya was cruel to the extent that he killed all the relatives of
the usurper. His name was given as Maung Kyu. Hence the Burmese saying,” Kyu Bin Khoke Kyu Ma Kyanya (Don;t leave any stem of Kyu if you are cutting it).” Actually that story and history was unrelated.
We saw many Anyar people killed, many villages burnt down by the British . Are they not atrocities?
And look at the Thais. They depict the Burmese as cruel by showing burnt Ayutthaya.But they burnt down Pegu and Toungoo after King bayinnaung’s death. War is terrible. Both sides are to blame.
 
After the conquest, the Burmese left a garrison in Manipur, backed by a long supply line up the Chindwin river. Like Manipur, Assam was one of Bodawpaya’s acquisitions late in his rule. The Burmese first invaded the Ahom kingdom in March 18…17, and installed a puppet king Chandra Kanta Singh. The puppet king was dethroned soon after the Burmese troops left the country, necessitating their return in early 1819 in the final days of the reign of King Bodawpaya. Nevertheless, in 1821, the puppet king switched allegiance to the British and turned against the Burmese. King Bagyidaw again turned to Bandula to reclaim Assam.
 
In February 1821, a Burmese army of 20,000 (including 10,000 Khamti|Hkamti Shan and Kachin levies) crossed the snow-clad mountains to Assam from their northernmost forts along the Hukawng Valley. After nearly a year and a half of hard fough…t battles in some of the most difficult terrains in the world, the Burmese forces finally defeated Chandra Kanta Singh and the Assamese army in July 1822, and made Assam a Burmese province under a military governor-general, extinguishing the 600-year-old Ahom court once and for all.
The defeated Assamese king fled to British territory of Bengal. The British ignored Bandula’s demands to surrender the fugitive king, and instead sent reinforcement units to frontier forts. Ref :History of Upper Assam, Upper Burmah and northeastern frontier, year=1914, publisher=Macmillan, author Leslie Waterfield Shakespear, pages=62–63
Maha Bandula left a military garrison of 2000 men commanded by Gen. Maha Thilawa, and returned to Ava. It was after the conquest of Assam that the former Maung Yit received the title ”’Thado Maha Bandula”’ (or simply Maha Bandula), as he would be known from then on.
Maung Nyo
Dear Dr KKGyi, TQ. Now I like to say a thing concerned with Manipura and Assam joining us in independence. Deedoke U Ba Cho (Martyr) and Thein Pe Myint went to those states in 1946/47 to ask them to join Burma on independence in 1948, but Maharas refused preferring India. It was because Maharajas had more rights with India. People may have different opinio as in Kashmir.
Ko Ko Gyi
First Anglo-Burmese War (1824–1826)
By 1822, the conquests of Manipur and Assam had brought a long border between British India and the kingdom of Ava. The British, based in Calcutta, had their own designs on the region, and actively support…ed rebellions in Manipur, Assam and Rakhine State (Arakan). Calcutta unilaterally declared Cachar and Jaintia British protectorates, and sent in troops. Ref : The Making of Modern Burma , authorThant Myint-U , year2001, publisher Cambridge University Press , isbn=0521799147, 9780521799140 ,pages=18–19 .Cross border raids into these newly acquired territories from British territories and spheres of influence vexed the Burmese. Convinced that war was inevitable, Bandula became a main proponent of offensive policy against the British. Bandula was part of the war party at Bagyidaw’s court, which also included Queen Me Nu and her brother, the lord of Salin. Bandula believed that a decisive victory could allow Ava to consolidate its gains in its new western empire in Arakan, Manipur, Assam, Cachar and Jaintia, as well as take over eastern Bengal.
Maung Nyo
Dear Dr KKGyi, Dr Thant Myint U and neo-Burmese histrians take the references mainly from the writings of the Britih/Western authors who write with a Western perspective. They don’t rely on native sources. I have read Dr Htin Aung’s “In def…ence of the Burmes ecchronicles” and Mandalay U VC U Ko Lay’s ” King Thibaw and NY Times”. Opinions are different.
What is the fact is that Britain took Burmese Empire by 3 Wars from 1824 to 1885 and they did not return all those territories in 1948 that they should!
Now Thailand returned two sattes taken during the Japanese Occupation. Why?
Ko Ko Gyi
TQ Prof., we need to repeat Kyansittha’s words to King Saw Lu when he refused to be rescued. Now they are suffering under India colony. If India and China follow USSR’s way, we all could form a union, sorry I fall asleep and have a daydream.
Maung Nyo
No you are wake. Bogyoke thought of a union consisting of states equal in political power like the former Soviet Union. It was ideal.That’s why it broke up. If Bogyoke’s vision was realized we would have a federal union of Hinduized states, Burmanized states, present ethnic states and it could be a balanced union. He recommended a SEA Union and we now have an ASEAN.
Ko Ko Gyi
In Kashmir the ruling Sultan was Hindu and people are Muslims. Hindu Sultan decided to join India, people revolt and Pakistan went in to help in fighting. So there were 2 wrongs and no one was right. Now, Pakistan asking to free Kashmir and let them join. I think it is also not fair for India. If Pakistan truely love Kashmir they should offer their side of Kashmir to be united with Indian side and form a new Independent state which must remain neutral forever.
Maung Nyo Dear Dr KKG, I agree with you.
Ko Ko Gyi
Arakan rule in Chittagong (1550–1666 A.D) ?
Although Bernoli in Historique et Geographic de L’Inde (1786) claimed that, “The name Chittagong came from the Arabic word Shat (delta) prefixed to Ganga (Ganges), indicating the city at the mouth …of the Ganges” the following claim by Arakans is more pleasant to my ears.
The Arakan king, Tsu-La-Taing- Tsandra (951-957 A.D.), invaded Chittagong and defeated the local chieftain (probably a successor of Kanti Deva) in 953 A.D.. In memory of this victory, he erected a monument with the words Tsit-ta-gung (there shall be no war) inscribed on it. It is said that this monument had been erected on the south of Kaunia Charra near Kumira. According some historians the modern name of Chittagong is derived from the inscription on this monument.
Maung Nyo
Dear Dr KKG, The Arakanese version of the origin of Chittagong is near to the truth. I read in one article that it came from Sit Ti Gon like Shwe Tigon. It’s Burmese for the headquarters or raised ground of the army.
There are Mranmargyis or… old Burman there. I met one statistician from there in London long ago. He was aBuddhist and very familiar with the Burmese Buddhist traditions.
Naing Maw Than One of my friend, Dr.Min Aung (MUGL) also from this village. He graduated 81 after 2yrs later of Ko Nyein Chan.
Maung Nyo Dear MTN, TQ. Dr Tun Aung and Dr Byamana Shwe Lin of Mandalay are Manipuri. Dr Tun Aung’s wife, hi half sister, cooked Manipuri food for us. All vegetables, but very delicious. Manipurians and Assamese think River Irrawaddy at aging is holy for Brahmas and they like to go there. That’s one attraction for them to be inside Burma and if persuaded they might join Burma. Present Ponnas as they are called are descendants of captives since Bandoola’s day.
ဘုိ Bo U Tun Aung is our saya from Anatomy, Saya is very nice and witty. Saya Byamana is my mum’s classmate.
Ko Ko Gyi Dr Tun Aung was a demonstrator when we were in 2nd. MB. Later he was an AL when I worked there as a demonstrator.
Naing Maw Than Thank Saya, King Mindon plotted the wards by professions and racial gcategory. Ya Hine bazar was place for Thais, author Padamamya Khin mentioned she was a descendent from them.
Maung Nyo Dear NMT, King Mindon was a great king. He planned Mandalay a systemic city with streets wide and straight, watered canals around Mandalay to cool it and quarters according to the profession, tribe and vocation. There are Waings for the royal princes and high government servants too. I like the names of quarters like Hemazala, Setkyanwezin, Aungnanyeiktha etc. Descendants of the former captives may also live in Ponnakon, Shanzu, Ywahaing etc. Many supervisor Professor Bowden praised Mandalay for its streets and plan.
Naing Maw Than
Thanks Saya, I’d llike to see the full versions of racial migration into Burma, as Portuguese in Shwebo’s region who stays near by Nanda lake, Manipurian in Nahtogyi Tsp.(see in “Navana” blog)
Liibrarian U Thaw Kaung talked he was a descend…ant of Peranakan and it has been a good trading course of Singapore, Penang and Mergui for many years ago. So interesting !
Maung Nyo
Dear NMT,TQ. Yes, U Thaw Kaung writes about his lineage. He is related to Nyonya, Malay Chinese. That’s why he is so fair for a Burmese. We have descendants of foreigners in prominent positions, past or present. Kingwunmingyi U Kaung was ha…lf Portugese, Dr Ba Maw Half Armenian, Win Oo too. Daw Padamya Khin is Anglo.I once read in a Burmese article that Nanmadaw Menu was half Portuguese and her daughter was Ahlenanmiphaya, mother of Suphayalat. That’s why they were so agressive. The late Tawphayalay or U Aung Ze was nice. On the other side we found Chinese descendants like General Ne Win, U San Yu, Brigadier Aung Gyi, now Sr-Gen Maung Aye, U Thein Sein etc. They all are assimilated. Brigadier Aung Gyi and u Tun Wai (Movie actor) went to China and they claimed to be Burmese .U Tun Wai spoke Mandarin well. It’s an asset.
Ko Ko Gyi Dear Prof., I hope U R in a better position than us to know the claims that Ne Win’s former PM ?Brig. Generan Sein Win was a Shia Muslim converted into Buddhist.
Maung Nyo
Dear DR KKG, Yes. You are right about Brigadier Sein Win (Dawei). He chnaged his religion when he fell in love with his wife Daw Mya Shwe.A close friend from Dawei also spoke about him.
The Konbaung era U Nu was a Muslim, but loyal to the Bu…rmes eking.He went to India for the king.Maung Htin talked about him in the literary talk on Burmese travelers.
Ko Ko Gyi
TQ Prof., there was an auguement about Brigadier Sein Win in Wiki. Now, because of U only, I could know the truth.
Ko Ko Gyi
U Nu @ Saya Gyi U Nu; 17th. July 1762–1822) was a leading Burmese Muslim writer during the reign of King Bodawpaya. U Nu and the team also sent as the spies secretly by disguising as the persons searching for the books and scriptures. Bodaw…paya appointed him as the head of a mission to India to retrieve books and scriptures in Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, and Persian. Later, Saya Gyi U Nu was appointed as the Mayor of Yammar Wati (Ramree Island/township or Yambye Island) with the title of Shwe Taung Tharga Thu.Shwe Taung Tharga Thu means Hero of the Ocean.And they also got the connection of few city state kings in India, some of them sent some presents and requested the Burmese Army’s help to fight back the British. U Nu was later sent again as a spy to India by Bagyidaw who succeeded Bodawpaya. King Bodawpaya (1782–1819), with the help of U Nu’s Bengal team’s information and maps managed to capture the western kingdom of Rakhine, which had been largely independent since the fall of Bagan, in 1784. Bodawpaya also formally annexed Manipur, a rebellion-prone protectorate, in 1813. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saya_Gyi_U_Nu#Loyal_Royal_Service
Ko Ko Gyi
He was a TYPICAL BURMESE MUSLIM with 2 names. Although he was a hero from Myanmar or our Burmese Muslim side, India may see him as an AXE HANDLE or Maggot coming out from meat. But our Burmese friends should see this and accept Myanmar Musl…ims as TRUE FRIENDS.
U Nu @ Mohamad Kassim was born in Shwebo during Naungdawgyi(1760–1763) of Konbaung Dynasty on 17th. July 1762. Parents are from Taung Baloo quarters, Ava, Sheik Darwood and Daw Nyein (daughter of Thwe Thauk Kyi/Comrade U Pwint and Daw Mya Hnin).Studied Burmese Classic literature, history and Astrology at the Ava Nan Oo (front of palace) Phonegyi Kyaung or the School opened by Monks, since 7 yr of age together with the prince who later became king Bodawpaya.
Ko Ko Gyi
At the age of 43 yr (30 November 1805) he went to Bengal for trading. He export Areca nut or Betel nut through Hantharwaddy port of lower Burma and four towns in Arakan. Later he went to Arakan directly from Ava and based on that trip he wr…ote a poem with 55 Para.Badon Min sent him to go to Bengal on 12 February 1807 to search and bring back religious, medical and other books. King Mindon and King Thibaw’s Minister Naymyo Min Htin Kyaw Khaung’s grandfather Shwe Taung Thiri Sithu U Myae accompanied U Nu on that India trip. The diplomatic group brought back various books, scriptures and presents from King Thargara and King Bayanathi. King Bodawpaya sent U Nu to India again to draw the map of the surrounding area and to bring back Buddhist Scriptures on 12 October 1808. In that expedition team, the Indians who came to Ava, Brahmans, Zayya Kyaw Thu, Zayya Kyaw Htin and Zayya Kyaw Swar accompanied U Nu. The left Ava by taking Salin Pha Aing Dalet route to Danyawaddy and continued to Chittagong, Longipura Dacca , Muthu, Yaza Mayan, Ganges river and confluence with Asirawaty river, Damma Nagarat, Monkarit and Pathana town. Then they divided into two groups, one going to Bodhi Tree in Bodhgaya another to search and brought back books, scriptures and various memorabilia and presents for King Bodawpaya. They all arrived back Sagaing on 18 May 1810.
And U Nu used words and terms from Burmese religious literature with poetic writing and Islamic ideas to produce books which …are regarded as classics of Burmese Muslim literature. He had written 60 books but only 9 books were published.He became an Iman or an Islamic religious leader.1.At the age of 29 he finished translation into Burmese from Arabic, the “Islamic book in Eleven Chapters”, where 150 Farḍ (فرض), plural Fara’id (فرأض) furud : a religious duty, or an obligatory action. He wrote about the list to do and to avoid in Islam.2.At 32 he finished the “Islamic book in Three Chapters” where he emphasized on Islamic Belief” or Basic concepts that Muslims must accept.4.At the age of 50 yr, he finished the “Islamic book in Six Chapters”6.In 1176 A.D. He finished the “Saerajay Sharaei in 35 Chapters” This is famous in Burma amongst Muslims as “35 Chapters book” and wrote about various topics in Islam.
 
For nearly a century, from about 1580 till 1666 AD Chittagong was under almost uninterrupted Arakanese rule. Arakanese captured and sent numbers of the inhabitants of Bengal into Arakan as agricultural and
slave labours. During the 16th an…d 17th centuries the Arakanese (known in Bengal as Maghs) in alliance with the Portuguese constituted a plundering party. By dominating the riverine tracts they plundered and devastated large parts of southern and eastern Bengal.
(For details; J.N.Sarkar: The Feringhi Pirates of Chatgaon; Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengalvol.111,1907,pp.419-25,andFBemier:Travels in the Mughal Empire. Delhi l 968, P.175.)
Ko Ko Gyi
They carried a large number of men, women and children from the coastal districts of Bengal, (District Gazetteer – 24 Pargana. P. 39.) as captives and the Maghs (Arakanese) employed them as agricultural labour. It is well known that the K…ingdom of Arakan was a sparsely populated area, which required huge amount of human labour for agriculture. With this intention the Arakanese employed a large number of captives in the villages of land on the bank of the Kuladan river to the Naf. This Kula population of the country form about 15 percent of the whole population. A.P.Phayre mentions, “the Kolas or Mossalmans, are of an entirely different race. They being of Bengalee descent.
(A. P. Phayre, Account of Arakan Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, vol. X, 184 1, P. 68 1.)
Ko Ko Gyi The next and last event was the flight of Shah Shuja, the brother of Aurangzeb, son of the famous Taj Mahal builder ( son of the fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal ) to Arakan in 1660, which brought a new wave of Muslim immigrants to the kingdom of Arakan and also caused politcal changes. Later on the prince and some of his soldiers were murdered on Feb., 1661. (For details, please see earlier chapter and G.E.Hervey, The fate of Shah Shuja 1661. Journal of the Burma Research Society, part 1, 1922. pp. 107-115.)
Ko Ko Gyi
Two Arab Muslim sailors, Byat Wi and Byat Ta, arrived Burmese shores, near Thaton. After Thaton king had killed the elder brother, the younger brother managed to escape to Bagan and took refuge to king Anawratha. He married a girl from Popa… and got two sons, Shwe Byin brothers. Later they also served the king as worriers, even as the special agents to infiltrate the enemy’s inner circle. They were famous after they successfully infiltrated the Chinese King Utibua’s bodyguards and drawn three lines with white lime on the Utibua’s body and also wrote the threatening message on the wall. Because of that vent, the mighty powerful Chinese army and the king himself were scared, frightened, alarmed and signed a peace agreement with the Burmese.
Ref: Pe Maung Tin and G.H.Luce, The Glass Palace Chronicle of the Kings of Burma, Rangoon University Press, Rangoon, Burma, January 1960
Ko Ko Gyi
May be those surrounding the Anawratha were also worried regarding the potential threat of those Muslim brothers. They refused to contribute in the building of a pagoda at Taung Byone, just north of Mandalay, may be because of their religio…us belief. The brothers’ enemies in the inner circle left vacant the spaces for the two bricks so that the king could notice. After a brief inquiry the king ordered to punish the brothers for disobedience but were killed. There was believed to be a big conspiracy even involving Kyansittha, rival worrier, a general, who became the third king of Bagan. All of us know that the King Anawratha just ordered to teach a lesson to the young brothers. Instead of using stick or rattan to strike on the back of the body, Kyansittha ordered to use a hard and solid bamboo trunk and hit on the throat. Deliberate miscarriage of the order with the criminal intent to monopolized the inner circle position?
Maung Nyo
Dar KKG, I had been to Dali or Talifu where King Anawrhta and his heroes had been. The Chines ehosts told us (Burmese writers and journalists) they have the record of Anawrahta visit.I believe Byatwi and Byatta or Bradwi and Bradda arrived …in Thaton. Bradda went to Pagan and fathered Shwephyin brothers. I have been to Taungpyone and saw the pagoda where there were two vacant places for two bricks. Yes, it was possible the two brothers were killed on purpose. But King Anawrahta knew people psychology and he made them Nats to be worshiped by their followers at Taungpyone. King Anawrahta was killed by a Nat Kywe (buffalo) probably by a strong man called Nga Kywe.It could also be a palce coup.
Maung Nyo
Dear KKG, TQ for your opinion on the Muslims in Burma. The give and tke should be mutual. Bamar Muslims will be accepted wholeheartedly by all the Burmese (Bamar, Mon, Yakhaing, Shan etc) if they drop the word muslim and say we are Burmese,… not Muslim Burmese in that there are Bamr Buddhists, Bamar Christians , Bamar Hindu etc. We should have a secular attitude. I have no doubt about the love and loyalty of the the many Burmese muslims like Bratta, Shwepyin brothers, U Nu, U Razak, U Kar, Major Ba Thaw, Tiger Ba Nyein, Goalie Ba Htay , Pyinmana Daw Pu, Haji Ko Thein etc. Religion should be kept for private use and not for public consumption.
Ko Ko Gyi
Dear Prof., I agree with what you have said : “But King Anawrahta knew people psychology and he made them Nats to be worshiped by their followers at Taungpyone.”
Yes Prof.,
May be some of the executed brothers’ friends were not happy with the execution. Especially the sailors at that time were mostly known to be (Bangla) Muslim sailors.
The royal raft could not move after that, may be the silent protest against the killing by them.
But the witty, white and black Indian Brahmans, royal consultants interpreted that, the two brothers were loyal faithful servants but unjustly punished, became Nats (the powerful spirits) and they pulled the rudder of the royal boat to show their displeasure.
Then only, Anawratha as he knew the people’s psychology, ordered the building of the spirit-palace at Taung Byone and ordered the people to worship the two brothers.
This was the clever Royal trick used to be played by the ancient Burmese kings to execute the powerful rivals and posthumously elevated them to the level of Nats or powerful Spirits or local gods, just to please their followers or the people who love the executed heroes.
This lesson should be learnt by present political leaders around the world.
 I think Americans are best, Just see Obama accepted his rivals and give place in his admin.
If there is a time limit impose on top leaders, the second leader never need to get rid of No 1. and if No 1 wish to remove others, better kick up to other positions instead of humilitating the potential leaders with their beloved followers, risking rebellion or opposition.

Naing Maw Than Thanks Saya & Bo, more interesting things for me is their (Kathe)’s migration in Myanmar. I see some dwelled in Leiksankhun village near by Tadaoo Tsp. Prof. Than Tun said Burmese Prof. Daw Than Swe, rector U Kaung Nyunt are such kind od descedents.

Ko Ko Gyi
King Mindon was the best King in Muslim subjects. Burmese Muslims were given specific quarters to settle in the new city of Mandalay. Sigaing dan, Kone Yoe dan,Taung Balu,Oh Bo,Setkyer Ngwezin,June Amoke Tan, Wali Khan Quarter,Taik Tan Qr, …Koyandaw Qr (Royal Bodyguards’ Qr), Ah Choke Tan,Kala Pyo Qr,Panthay dan for the Burmese Chinese Muslims.
In those quarters, lands for 20 Mosques were allocated out side the Palace wall. Sigaing dan Mosque,Kone Yoe Mosque,Taung Balu Mosque, June Mosque, Koyandaw Mosque, Wali Khan Mosque,Kala Pyo Mosque
8.Seven lots of lands for Setkyer Ngwezin,King Mindon donated his palace teak pillars to build a mosque at North Obo in central Mandalay. The Panthays (Burmese Chinese Muslims)
Inside the Palace wall, for the Royal Body Guards, King Mindon himself donated and started the building of the Mosque by laying the Gold foundation at the South-eastern part of the Palace located near the present Independent Monument. This Mosque was called the Shwe Pannet Mosque. That mosque was destroyed by the British to build the Polo playground.King Mindon (1853–78) donated the rest house in Mecca for his Muslim subjects performing Hajj. Nay Myo Gonna Khalifa U Pho Mya and Haji U Swe Baw were ordered to supervise the building. The Kind donated the balance needed to complete the building which was started with the donations from the Burmese Muslims.
Maung Nyo
Dear Dr KKG,TQ.
Your thinking on Taungpyone is plausible.
I appreciate your explanation on Muslims and King Mindon too.
Write to let know your knowledhe and opinion to the Burmese in Burma in book form. There is a book on U Razak on line as well as in paper. We need reading materials for many things in Burma.
TQ.
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Dear Kay, with due respect… may be your friends are searching your old post in their own FEEDS. It is much easier to go to your FB page and search on your wall.
Kay ေက စိတ္အေတာ္တိုေနပါသည္။ ဒီေန႕ .. အြန္လိုင္း တက္ေတာ့.. ..တခါဖူးမွ မသိ ေသာ..အီးေမးလ္ လိပ္စာ တခု မွ..ေ၀ႏွင္းပြင့္သုန္ နွင့္ ပတ္သတ္ျပီး.. အျမင္က်ဥ္းေျမာင္းေသာ..ဘာသာေရး အစြန္းေရာက္ေသာ.. အဆင့္အတန္း မ၀င္ေသာ..အီးေမးလ္ တခု ၀င္ေနတာကို ေတြ႕ ရပါတယ္။ ဖတ္ၾကည့္ဖို႕ပင္ စိတ္မကူးပဲ.. ခ်က္ျခင္း ဖ်က္ျပီး..spam report လုပ္လိုက္ပါတယ္။
Kay ေက ထို ခဏ မွာပင္.. ဂ်ီခ်က္ မွ.. တစံု တေယာက္က.. လွမ္းေမးျပန္ပါတယ္။ ( အမ.. သူမ ကို..ဘယ္လို သေဘာရလဲ ).. ေမးသူ ၏ စိတ္ ကို ခံစားရေသာ ေၾကာင့္.. ခပ္တိုတိုပဲ ေျဖလိုက္ပါတယ္။ ( ဘယ္လိုမွ သေဘာရ စရာ မရွိဘူး.. သူမ စကားေတြက..ရိုးသားတယ္.. မွန္ကန္တယ္..အျပည့္အ၀ ေထာက္ခံ တယ္ သူမ က..ခ်စ္စရာေကာင္းတယ္… )
Thein Win Zaw ရိုးသားတဲ့စိတ္နဲ႔ေျပာတဲ့ ေကာင္းေသာစကားေတြတိုင္းမွာ ေစတနာေတြ ျမင္ႏိုင္ၾကမွာပါ… ဒီေလာက္လုပ္ေပးတာကိုပဲ ေက်းဇူးတင္လွပါၿပီ…
Kay ေက လူေတြ ေတာ္ေတာ္ အျမင္က်ဥ္းတာ ေျပာပါတယ္.. သင္ညာ ေတြပဲ တတ္ၾက သလား..
Thein Win Zaw အဲဒိလို ေျပာတဲ့သူေတြဟာ လြတ္လပ္တဲ့ပတ္ဝန္းက်င္မွာ ေရာက္ေနၾကတဲ့ ေခတ္ပညာတတ္ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံသားေတြဆိုရင္ေတာ့ ျမန္မာျပည္အတြက္ ေတာ္ေတာ္မေကာင္းေသးတာပဲ…
Maung Myo သူ႕ပါသာ ဘာ ဘာသာပဲကိုးကြယ္ ကိုးကြယ္ သူဟာ ျမန္မာမေလးတစ္ေယာက္ပါ ျပီးေတာ့ သူ႕အေဖဟာလည္း ျမန္မာလူမ်ိဳးအတြက္
စြန္႕လႊတ္အနစ္နာခံထားတဲ့ သူတစ္ေယာက္ပဲေလ ။ ဘယ္သူေတြ ဘယ္လိုအျမင္ကြဲကြဲ ရဲရင္တဲ့ သူမရဲ့ စိတ္ဓာတ္ကို ေလးစားပါတယ္ ။
တီေက ေရ ဒီလိုပါပ…ဲ အဆင္ေျပပါေစ။
Ko Ko Gyi I hereby praise both of you for open minded and farsighted views.
Yes, we should not waste our resourses and time fighting for non important things and minor differences.
We ALL should be united for our country.
I believed that most of our …friends are struggling not for the personal gain of Power or Profit but for all the people of our country. Most of us are anyway achieving something, living a somewhat a comfortable life. We worried about the people left behind and our country’s welfare, std. of living, earning power of the people, spiralling inflation and ofcourse freedom etc..
Thein Win Zaw မသိေသးတဲ့လူေတြကို အမွန္အမွားခြဲျခားတတ္ေအာင္ အထူးသျဖင့္ ႏိုင္ငံေရးအသိအျမင္ ၾကြယ္ဝေအာင္ လုပ္ၾကေစခ်င္တယ္။

တစ္ဦးခ်င္းဆီက ကိုယ္နဲ႔နီးစပ္ရာ အသိုင္းအဝိုင္းေတြကို တာဝန္ယူသြားၾကရင္းနဲ႔ ပိုပိုမ်ားလာတဲ့လူေတြကို ေျပာေပးႏိုင္လာမွာပါ…

သိတဲ့လူတစ္ေယာက္ခ်င…္းစီကို လုပ္ၾကေစခ်င္တာ
(အနည္းဆုံး ကိုယ့္ေဆြမ်ိဳး၊ ကိုယ့္သူငယ္ခ်င္းေတြ)

ဘာလုပ္ရမယ္၊ ညာလုပ္ရမယ္ဆိုတာထက္ ဘာေၾကာင့္မွားေနမွန္း ဘာေၾကာင့္မွန္ေနမွန္းေလာက္ သိရင္ကို ေတာ္ေတာ္ဟုတ္ေနၿပီ။
ဒီထက္ပိုလုပ္ႏိုင္ရင္ေတာ့ …

ေနာက္တစ္ခုက သိုသိုဝွက္ဝွက္လုပ္ၾကဖို႔၊ ေတာ္တန္ရုံေလးနဲ႔ မဆုံးရႈံးခ်င္ဘူး…
(မေန႔က သူငယ္ခ်င္းအရင္းႀကီးတစ္ေယာက္က ဘာမွသိပ္မသိဘူးျဖစ္ေနတာကို သိလိုက္ရေတာ့ ကိုယ့္ကိုယ္ကို တာဝန္မေက်သလို ယူၾကံဳးမရ ျဖစ္မိလို႔ ေရးလိုက္မိတာ အစ္မေက)
Aung Khin Myint အဲဒါ ကေနဒါက ေဇာ္မ်ဳိးဆီကလား၊ က်ေနာ္ေတာ့ ပုဂၢိဳလ္ေရး တုိက္ခုိက္တယ္ထင္ရင္ ဖ်က္ျပစ္တယ္၊ ရုရွားေရာက္ ခ်စ္စရာတုိ႕လည္း စပန္႕နဲ႕ ဘေလာ့ေတြကို စတုိက္ခုိက္ေနျပီ … :)
Nay Lin လူတစ္ေယာက္ကိုယ္႕ကို ကိုယ္ယံုႀကည္ကမွဳ႕ရွိမရွိဆိုတာ ၿပတာ ဒါပဲ..
လူေတာမတိုး..မနာလိုစိတ္ႀကီးတဲ႕သူေတြကေတာ႕ လွည္႕ပတ္ေၿပာဖို႕
အၿပစ္ရွာဖို႕ နဲ႕ အေရးမပါေယာင္ေယာင္ၿဖစ္ဖို႕ ႀကိဳးစားေလ႕ရွိတယ္..
Chit Kyi Aye ဘာသာေရးနဲ႔ ႏိူင္ငံေရးကို ဘာ့ေၾကာင့္ ေရာေထြးခ်င္ၾကလဲ မသိဘူး လူေတြက ခက္တယ္ ေကေရ….
Nai Pe ဘာမွန္းမသိပဲ..အဲလို ေဂါက္ေနတဲ့ ေမးလ္ေတြ ခနခနေတြ႔ရတယ္..
Khin Min Zaw ေပ၁၆၀ အျမင့္ကို သူခုန္ခဲ့တာ ေပၚျပဴလာျဖစ္ခ်င္လို႕ မဟုတ္ဘူး။ အေနာက္ႏုိင္ငံေတြရဲ႕ ဓေလ့အရ ရံပံုေငြ ရွာခ်င္ရင္ ဒါမွမဟုတ္ ကိုယ္တင္ျပတဲ့ အခ်က္ကို လူေတြ စိတ္၀င္စားေစခ်င္ရင္ လႈပ္ရွားမႈ တခုခုနဲ႕ ျပရတယ္။ တို႕ဆီက ရံပံုေငြ ေစ်းေရာင္းပြဲလိုေပါ့။ လူအမ်ားႀကီး မသံုးပဲ တေယာက္ထဲ ကုိယ္တတ္ႏုိင္တာနဲ႕ သူ လုပ္ျပခဲ့တာမို႕ ပိုေတာင္ ခ်ီးက်ဴးသင့္ပါတယ္။ ဒါကို တခ်ိဳ႕က အထင္မွားေနတယ္။ ေစတနာကို မျမင္ သလို အျမင္မက်ယ္တာလဲ ျဖစ္မယ္။
Moe Cho Thinn ဗိုလ္ခ်ဳပ္ၾကီးမ်ားလို ဘုရားကို ကုန္းေနေအာင္ ရွိခိုးၿပီး သံဃာသတ္ေနတဲ႔ ွဗုဒၵဘာသာ၀င္ေတြထက္ စာရင္ ကိုယ္႔ႏိုင္ငံအတြက္ (လူငယ္ေပမဲ႔လည္း)တန္ဖိုးရွိတဲ႔ ေစတနာမွန္တဲ႔ သူ႔လုပ္ရပ္ေတြကိုသာ အျမင္ၾကည္ၾကည္လင္လင္နဲ႔ ၾကည္႔သင္႔တယ္လို႔ ျမင္ပါတယ္ ေကေရ။
Dathan Nyeinchanyar ဒီမိုကေရစီ။ လူ႕အခြင့္အေရး။ လြပ္လပ္မွု။ စတာေတြ ရဖိုအေရး ေျကြးေျကာ္ေနျပီး သာသာေရးကို အျမင္က်ဥ္းေျမာင္းေနတဲ့ လူေတြ ျမန္မာျပည္မွာ အရမ္းမ်ားေနဆဲပဲ။
Soe San me too like K
Aung Tha Nge စိတ္ေလွ်ာ့… စိတ္ေလွ်ာ့…
ရပ္ကြက္ထဲမွာ သည္လိုပဲ ရွိတယ္… က်ေနာ္တို႕ ရပ္ကြက္ထဲမွာ သည္လိုပဲ…
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အေရျခံဳလာသူမ်ားကို စိတ္တိုျခင္းအားျဖင့္ သင့္ အသက္တာကို တေတာင္ခန္႕မွ် ပိုမို ရွည္ေစႏိုင္မည္ေလာ… း)
Phyu Ei Thein မေကေရ
ဒီမွာလည္းအဲဒီလိုေ၀ဖန္တဲ့သူတေယာက္နဲ႔ေျပာျဖစ္ၾကလို႔ ဘာသာတရားကရိွသင့္တဲ့အရာတခုျဖစ္ေပမဲ့ အရာရာတိုင္းမွာဘာသာတရားနဲ႔ပိုင္းျဖတ္လို႔မရဘူးလို႔။ စစ္မွန္တဲ့ ဘယ္ဘာသာတရားမဆို ဘယ္သူ႔ကိုမွခြဲျခားမထားပါဘူးလို႔။ေကာင္းတာလုပ္ရင္ေကာင္းတယ္လို႔ျမင္ဖို႔နဲ႔ ဆ…ိုးတာလုပ္ရင္ဆိုးတယ္လို႔ျမင္ႏိုင္တဲ့ေ၀ဖန္ပိုင္းျခားႏိုင္တဲ့စိတ္ကအေရးၾကီးပါတယ္လို႔။ကိုယ္မလုပ္ႏိုင္ေသးတာကို သူလုပ္ေနႏိုင္တာကိုက ခ်ီးက်ဴးရမယ္ေလလို႔ေျပာျဖစ္ေသးတယ္။ မေန႔က အရမ္းႀကိဳက္တဲ့ဂ်ပန္သီခ်င္းေလးတပုဒ္ျပန္နားေထာင္ျဖစ္လို႔ ဘာသာျပန္စာသားေလးကို FB မွာတင္ထားျဖစ္တယ္။စိတ္၀င္စားရင္ share လိုက္ပါမယ္။
Phyu Ei Thein The Only Flower Of Our Kind In The World
Lyrics: Makihara Noriyuki
Music: Makihara Noriyuki

“You don’t need to be No.1 since you’ve always been the only one”

…I looked at the various flowers
Lined up at the front of the florist
Everyone has their own favorite
But they’re all beautiful
You don’t need to argue
Which is the best one of them all
They’re all in their buckets
Standing tall and proud

Yet I wonder why we humans
Feel the need to compare
Even though we’re all different
Do we all want to be number one?

That’s right, we are…

*The only flower of our kind in this world
Everyone has their own unique seeds
We should just try our best
To make those flowers bloom

There’s someone smiling like they’re confused
As they struggle over which one to buy
All the flowers that have struggled to bloom
Are pretty so it seems there’s no choice
That person finally exited the store
Carrying a bouquet
Of flowers in various colors
And had a happy look on their face

I didn’t know their name
But they put a smile on my face that day
Like a flower that bloomed
Where no one ever noticed

That’s right, we are also…
Small flowers and big flowers
Each one is unique
You don’t need to be No.1
You’ve always been the only one

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4 Responses to “Wai Hnin Pwint Thon is not fighting for Islam but for the betterment of all the Myanmars”

  1. Aung Tun Says:

    I have had seen described Wai Hnin Pwint Thon very promptly as the graceful face in excellence second to Daw Suu.
    Being a poem lover or poem porter,I feel so excited with a poem of ending the article in excellence.

    Great Expectation ———!
    Cowboyvillager

  2. YUUDAI Says:

    No.1 ni naranakutemo ii
    motto motto tokubetsu na only 1.
    I like too.
    I do not like that song`s melody.
    but i like that lyric.
    My father is chinese.
    but i do not like chinese.
    I love my father.
    I respect to Wai Hnin.
    I love Burma.
    I believe to Buddha.
    I think, religion is religion.
    citizen is citizen.
    I proud of her.
    And I m hoping to Wai Hnin for our country.

  3. koko Says:

    ေဝႏွင္းပြင္႔သုန္ဆိုတာ မြတ္စလင္ ဦးျမေအးရဲ႕ သမီးပါ။ ယူေကမွာ တရားဝင္ေနခြင္႔ရဖို႔အတြက္ မြတ္စလင္ ေတြနဲ႔ ေပါင္းၿပီး နိုင္ငံေရးခိုလံုခဲ႔တာပါ။ ေနာက္ပိုင္းမွာ ဘားမားကန္ပိန္း ယူေက ရဲ႕ ဒါရိုက္တာ Mark Farmaner နဲ႔ ေတြ႔ၿပီးနုိင္ငံေရးေလာကထဲကို စေရာက္လာတာပါ။
    Mark Farmaner ဆိုတာကလည္း ပထမ ဇိုးရဖန္ (ဖရိုမန္းရွားရဲ႕ သမီး) ကို ဘားမားယူေက ကန္ပိန္း မွာ ေနရာအျပည္႔ေပးထားတာပါ။
    မြတ္စလင္ေတြနဲ႔အတူေန၊ အဂၤလန္ေတြနဲ႔ အတူေနၿပီး ခုမွ အဂၤလိပ္စာ ေကာင္းေကာင္းေျပာတတ္လို႔ သူ႔အေဖအရွိန္နဲ႔ ေနရာဝင္ယူေနတာပါ။
    သူ႔အေဖအရွိန္ဆိုေပမယ္႔လည္း သူ႔အေဖက နုိင္ငံအတြက္ ဘာဆိုဘာတစ္ခုမွ မလုပ္ခဲ႔ပါဘူး။ ျပစရာလည္း မရွိပါဘူး။
    I don’t know about the personal lives of 3 persons you accused but lookin at the words about Ko Mya Aye, HE HAD DONE MORE THAN YOUR STEP FATHERS GENERALS, for Burma. Are you blind about the Safron revolution? That started from the Multireligious prayer campaigns and others that Ko Mya Aye started while other 8888 students were ILLEGALLY put into jail.
    Ko Ko, I am writing with my real name. You may be a MI agent. I don’t care. Don’t INSULT MUSLIMS. Don’t divide us from good Buddhist and Christians. You are a BIGOT, RACIST.
    I will not publish you further RACIST DIRTY letters.

  4. minminsmith imran khan (ဗမာ့ကာကြယ္ေရးတပ္ အျငီမ္စား မူစလင္မ္ စစ္ျပန္ မ်ား မ်ီဴးဆက္) Says:

    ေဝႏွင္းပြင္႔သုန္ဆိုတာ( ့ အလင္း တန္း) စစ္ေဘး ေျပးခေလးေတြ အနာဂတ္
    ေအးခ်မ္းေစခ်င္သူ………………………………ျပစ္မွားခ်င္သုူေတြ ၁၉၄၇ –
    ဖဆပလ အဖြဲ ့ခ်ဴပ္ညီလာခံ ဗိုလ္ခ်ဴပ္ေအာင္ဆန္းမိန့္ခြန္းကိုေလ့လာပါ…………………

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