About me

The title of this blog,

  ေ၇ႊနားကြပ္တဲ့ တိမ္ဂြမ္းစိုင္

(also written in the header in Burmese) means,

“The cloud with the golden lining”

It is the literal translation of the, “Every dark cloud has a silver lining,” but in Burmese it is nicer to change from silver to gold. But I am afraid the meaning has changed a little bit by doing so. Now it seems more glamorous because the precondition of dark cloud status is omitted now and just pointing to the gold(en) lined clouds. Golden colour really would referred to as not gold but golden colour only. But the word used here in Burmese is as if indicating that the cloud is really lined by ‘real’ gold.

We could not see nor encounter this phrase in every-day Burmese usage and is not common to see this phrase regularly. I took this beautiful phrase  from the title of the fiction book written by a very famous Burmese author, Yu Wady Khin Sein Hlaing.

She had ‘dedicated’ this book to me after we met at the Outstanding Student Camp, “Shwe War Kyaing Lu Yae Chun Sakhan” in Nga Pali, Rakhine in 1972.

I got the best outstanding student of the year  award in the 2nd. M.B.,B.S. (Senior), Institute of Medicine Mandalay. That was the 5th. time I got the award.


Please allow me to write about this encounter later in the relevant chapter.

Name – Dr Ko Ko Gyi. Born in Mandalay, Burma on 5th. April 1950.

Studied in Kingswood High School, Kalaw, Southern Shan State from Kg to 5th. std.

Transferred to St. Peter’s High School, it was later nationalized and changed name as No. 9 State High School, Mandalay.

Passed the Matriculation in 1968 and accepted at the Institute of Medicine Mandalay later in that year.

I got the Lu Ye Chun or Outstanding Student awards given by the Minister of Education for FIVE TIMES. Two times from Mandalay township 8th. and 10th. std and another three times in IMM (Institute of Medicine Mdy) now changed name to Mandalay Medical University.

Please read and look at the pictures from 160+ posts in this Blog post: 

Outstanding Student (Lu-Ye Chun လူရည္ခၽြန္) Project

Got M.B.,B.S. in 1975-76 January. Internship or Horsemanship for one year in the Mandalay General Hospital.

Worked in various places including in the Institute of Medicine Mandalay as a Demonstrator then (but now they called Assistant Lecturer), in Anatomy and later in Surgery Departments. When we work in Surgery Department, we have to work as the same time as an Assistant Surgeon, here they called as a Medical Officer, at the Mandalay General Hospital.

My life in pictures: Beyond Ten year challenge!

The following paragraph written by the famous Journalist Mirror U Thaung explained my sentiments.

မင္းဆိုးမင္းညစ္ေအာက္တြင္ ငါမေနၿပီ

Although I never dare to say a word before I came out, most the people who knows me understand that I came out because of the Ne Win Government’s Racial and religious discrimination.

ဦးကုလားရာဇ၀င္တြင္ ပုဂံေခတ္က ေနာင္ေတာ္ကို လုပ္ႀကံကာ နန္းတက္သူ ကုလားက်မင္းအား ပံ့တကူမေထရ္ႀကီးက

“ဟယ္ – မင္းဆိုးမင္းညစ္၊

  • နင္ကား သံသရာ၀ယ္ ခံရအံ့ေသာ မေကာင္းမႈကို မေၾကာက္၊
  • ဤစည္းစိမ္ကို ရလွ်င္ နင္၏ ကိုယ္ခႏၶာသည္ မအိုမေသၿပီမွတ္သည္ေလာ။
  • ေလာကတြင္ နင့္ထက္ ပ်က္ေသာ မင္းမရွိ၊
  • မင္းဆိုးမင္းညစ္ေအာက္တြင္ ငါမေနၿပီ”

ဟု လက္ညႇိဳးေငါက္ေငါက္ထိုးကာ သီဟိုဠ္ျပည္သို႔ ထြက္သြားေၾကာင္း ဌာန္ကရိုဏ္းက်က် ဖတ္ရႈခဲ့ရသည့္ အရသာမွာ ႀကီးမားလွပါ၏။ ။

Source: (၅၆) ထြက္ေတာ္မူ နန္းကခြာတယ္ (ေၾကးမံုဦးေသာင္း)

Lu Min Han shared.

ဦးခ်ိဳရွိေသာ သတၱဝါကို အေတာင္ငါးဆယ္အရပ္မွေရွာင္ၾကဥ္ရာ၏။ ျမင္းကိုကား အေတာင္တစ္ရာမွ ေရွာင္ၾကဥ္ရာ၏။ အစြယ္ရွိေသာဆင္ကိုကား အေတာင္ တစ္ေထာင္မွေရွာင္ၾကဥ္ရာ၏။ သူယုတ္မာတို႔ကိုမူကား တိုင္းျပည္ရပ္ရြာ ကိုစြန္႔၍ပင္ေရွာင္ၾကဥ္ရာ၏။

-ေလာကနီတိ မိတၱက႑။

I am who I am, I am what I am, I do what I do and I ain’t never gonna do it any different. I don’t care who likes it and who don’t.

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Not IQ test, but now trending in a few of the Mensa sites. It gives a summary of our attitudes towards civil society and our social and political values. And it may help us to be aware of how we look at important issues in medicine and in life,including the Covid-19 debate.

Friends: Please try to answer the 70 question to know your result..

Do post your results below, if you don’t mind.
MY RESULTS showed that I am a Libertarian Socialist.
70% is the HIGHEST MARKS.
I got 76.3 in Economic Axis (Equality in Markets) i.e. SOCIALIST.
I got 80.6% in Diplomatic Axis as INTERNATIONALIST.
I got 65.5 in Civil Axis i.e. LIBERAL and
got 69.3 in Social Axis as PROGRESSIVE.

I have migrated to Malaysia in 1987 as a Medical Officer in PERKIM, Muslim welfare organization. Later passed the MRCOG Part 1 exam held in Singapore conducted by UK Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.

Worked as MO in University Hospital Kuala Lumpur and studied at the same time in University Malaya, got exemption in Part 1 MSc OG. Later joined the private practice in Ng and Lee clinic group under Qualitas Medical group.

Monks were BOMBED with FIREBOMBS by the USDP government and BURNT but all the citizens keep quiet except for few activists.
I am proud that just because I offered the free Medical Treatment for those Monks (actually I was & am NOT rich but there were well connected donors who wish to be anonymous), I was attacked in cyberspace with lies and FAKED news by Military Cyber-troopers led by Hmuu Zaw and Ye Htut. Later I was investigated and threatened to deny renewing my Passport which led to my taking the Malaysian citizenship.
No other religious groups around the world would tolerate this kind of insult on their religious leaders.
Now these Buddhists are showing their ‘bravery’ on minorities.
They failed to realized that daring to insult or harm the weaker person is not bravery by a cowardice!
They dare to insult the Muslims of Myanmar and Islam because they knew that Racist Bigot Myanmar government and Military would not take any action on them.
It is time for INTERNATIONAL MUSLIMS to give enough pressure on NLD-Military government to stop the charade. We all must pressure the present government to arrest the Hate Mongers and Islamophobic Propaganda spreaders.

ASTRO AWANI interviewed me

Doctor. Burmese, 66 years old. Migrated from Myanmar 30 years ago.

Please follow the link above to read the whole interview.


 This is my interview with a university student Mr  Norman R Khan. I answered his questions:

  1. Why did you choose this career?

Because I was ill with frequent cough and cold since I was young because of my sensitive nose and (allergic) bronchitis. Need to see the doctors, Burmese traditional (Aruveda) medicine men and even the German Homeopathetic healers. So I was interested in Medicine.

Man proposes but God/Allah disposes @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/03/06/man-proposes-but-godallah-disposes/

  1. Why did you choose this specialty?

I want to be a Surgeon, worked as a Demonstrator cum Assist Surgeon in Anatomy Department and Surgery Department at Mandalay General Hospital under Institute of Medicine Mandalay. Although I got qualified marks (best in my class in every subject) and passed the written examination, I was denied admission at the interviews. So I resigned and came out of Burma.

In Malaysia, need to struggle for survival of the family, could not finish preparation for FRCS exam so set the MRCOG Part 1 from UK in Singapore and passed. But could not get the further training to be able to sit the part 2 exam. Much later only got the training in UM as a Master Student in Obstetrics and Gynae, passed part 1 but after getting Permanent Residence in Malaysia, need to resign for the sake of children’s university fees.

Reference: “Never failed but instead of becoming a Surgeon or Obstetrician/Gynaecologist just become a General Practitioner” @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/03/09/never-failed-although-instead-of-becoming-a-surgeon-or-obstetriciangynaecologist-just-become-a-general-practitioner/

  1. Your professional experience?

I got the degree in December 1975. Worked for 10 yrs in Burma teaching Medical Students and at the same time working in Hospital. In the evening doing General Practice at Private Clinic. In Malaysia, first worked in PERKIM Muslim Welfare Organization as a Medical Doctor, later working and studied at UM/UHKL as a Master Student/MO in Obs. Gynae, Accident Emergency, Surgery and Urology Department. Later GP at Ng and Lee Clinic KL under Qualitas Medical Group.

Flashback: Demonstrator, Assistant Surgeon IMM/MGH @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/flashback-demonstrator-assistant-surgeon-immmgh/

Flashback: Institute of Medicine Mandalay          @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/10/institute-of-medicine-mandalay/

Flashback: PERKIM and Dato’ Ahmad Noordin @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/10/flashback-perkim-and-dato-ahmad-noordin/

Flashback: Medical Officer in UHKL or University Hospital Kuala Lumpur @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/flashback-medical-officer-in-uhkl-or-university-hospital-kuala-lumpur/

  1. Your background as a doctor, your education and experience?

I got the highest marks in almost every subject in every year from Kg to all the University years.

I got the award of Outstanding Student given by Education Minister for 5 times. I got 2 scholarships for university studies from Burmese government, one based on my marks in Matriculation one based on 3 successive Outstanding Student Awards. I started working as an Intern Medical Doctor since Jan 1976 so now I have 38 yrs of experience as a doctor, 28 yrs in Malaysia.

Flashback: Primary school report cards @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/flashback-primary-school-report-cards/

Flashback : Awards I got @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/flashback-awards-i-got/

Teaching at Anatomy Department of IMM, now Mandalay Medical University @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/12/19/teaching-at-anatomy-department-of-imm-now-mandalay-medical-university/

MRCOG Part 1 UK result @ https://drkokogyi.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/z.jpg?w=848&h=695

  1. What unique skills do you possess?

No unique skills as I am not a gifted person but with normal brains only. But I always try hard in studies and at work. I never waste time but learned all the available time, during jogging, eating or in the toilet etc. And I worked for at least 12-15 hour every day, no off day exceot for 2 Hari Raya days in a year. So my unique skill is perseverance only.

  1. What were the qualifications you needed to reach this position?

Recognized Medical Degree, Housemanship (Internship) one year and another 4 yrs experience outside Malaysia. MMC (Malaysia Medical Council) Full Registration, APC (Annual Practising Certificate) and Clinic Registration with MMC. And at least PR or Red IC in Malaysia.

Flashback:Results of Malay language class in University Hospital KL by University Malaya lacturers @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/flashbackresults-of-malay-language-class-in-university-hospital-kl-by-university-malaya-lacturers/

  1. How do you handle your stress in emergency cases?

I must stay cool in any emergency situation, if not, I may do mistakes and patient would suffer.

  1. Memorable CPRs I had performed @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/25/memorable-cprs-i-had-performed/
  1. What are your personal challenges?

I have nose allergy, Asthma, Eye Allergy, Skin allergy, Hypertension, Diabetes, Hypercholesterolemia, Ischaemic Heart Disease and Deterioration of Eye Sight because of age (65 yrs) and because of previous attack of Glaucoma and Diabetes. So my health is my personal challenge. Being a Muslim in anti-Islam Myanmar and a Myanmar citizen in Malaysia who prefer the other rich Arab Muslims and Indo-Malay blooded Muslims from Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia etc. is also a big challenge for us.

Reference: My handicapped childhood @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/03/25/my-handicapped-childhood/

These archives would one day shed light on Darwin’s as well as my student days https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/03/23/these-archives-would-one-day-shed-light-on-darwin%E2%80%99s-as-well-as-my-student-days/

I do not have this gift of high IQ or photographic memory like this boy @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/03/19/i-do-not-have-this-gift-of-high-iq-or-photographic-memory-like-this-boy/

MRCOG Part 1 passed with six months’ preparation but BIGOT Myanmar MSC Part 1 failed four times @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/18/mrcog-part-1-passed-with-six-months-preparation-but-bigot-myanmar-msc-part-1-failed-four-times/

  1. How would you patients describe you?

AlhamduliAllah, most of the patients described me as a friendly and good doctor.

  1. When a poor patient is in emergency case, and they cannot afford the money. How would you help them?

In emergency, I would never ask whether the patients could pay or not but give the emergency treatment which the patient needs. After the treatment only I accept what the patient wish to settle.

  1. Why aren’t you working under government hospital?

I have worked in government hospital but government failed to take care of our children’s education. As a foreigner, working in UM/UHKL I requested for the admission of my eldest son in UM but they told me to SEND TO PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES. So I sadly resigned to earn more in private practice. My eldest son got first degree from Lim Kok Wing’s university, Masters from UPM and now doing Ph.D. My daughter got MBBS from private university in Malaysia which I would not affort if I continue to work with government. Now My youngest son, born in Malaysia, Malaysian is in Final year Medical class in UPM.

Malaysia failed to appreciate the value of the professional migrants and foreign workers @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/malaysia-failed-to-appreciate-the-value-of-the-professional-migrants-and-foreign-workers/

  1. As an International doctor. Did you face any difficulties when you first migrated to Malaysia. What were they?

Yes to get the job, to get the registration, to get visa or Employment Pass and to transfer from one place to another, there were numerous problems and difficulties as Malaysian Medical Council was practicing anti-Foreign Doctor Policies at that time and imposed a lot of RED TAPES.

Reference: THE DOCTORS @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/09/06/the-doctors/

Xenophobia, Racial and Religious Discriminations blocking the private doctors’ Postings for the training everywhere @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/07/23/xenophobia-racial-and-religious-discriminations-blocking-the-private-doctors%E2%80%99-postings-for-the-training-everywhere/

Extracts of my letter to former PM YAB Tun AAB to give fair and equal treatment to Myanmar Migrants @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/18/extracts-of-my-letter-to-former-pm-yab-tun-aab-to-give-fair-and-equal-treatment-to-myanmar-migrants/

I had made a history in UHKL under University Malaya to start accepting the Myanmar doctors

@ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/17/i-had-made-a-history-in-uhkl-under-university-malaya-to-start-accepting-the-myanmar-doctors/

  1. Apart from being a doctor, are you doing any other kind of social works?

As a Muslim from Myanmar, I am an Myanmar Muslim Activist and Human Rights Activist, online and off-line.

Why Muslim countries refused to legalize the Migration, which is a natural phenomena even practised by Prophets and “gods” @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/12/16/why-muslim-countries-refused-to-legalize-the-migration-which-is-a-natural-phenomena-even-practised-by-prophets-and-gods/

  1. Do you have any regrets about being a doctor? Nil.
  2. What is the greatest fear of being a doctor for you?

Getting infectious diseases like during JBE, H1N1 and Ebola outbreaks but I believed in Allah swt and accepted as my faith.

  1. What do you do in order to put you away from your job?

FB and blogging.

  1. How many interviews you’ve given so far in your life?

Few times for Myanmar Muslim politics and for Xinjiang Uyghur Muslims for Channel 4 BBC last month.

  1. Is there any emergency case that you gave up? Why did you do that?

Numerous in A&E UHKL because after trying for more than 30 minutes for resuscitation, there were brain death of the patient and no more use to waste our time and resources.

  1. How do you handle changes?

Usually I am a conservative and like to stay status quo and used to resist the change but I understand that I need to update myself with the progress and to not only adapt the change but sometimes proactive for the change.

I still successfully resisted the modern technological changes and trends e.g. Credit Cards, Hand Phone and Internet Banking.

  1. Describe a situation in which you have worked with a diverse group of people. What did you learn from that situation?

Recently I am in a Myanmar Muslim Citizen Group where there are diverse Muslims from various background, different races, different sects, different professionals staying inside and outside Myanmar at different countries around the world. Quite difficult to coordinate or work together as they have different interest and they are experts or “giants” in their own ways. I learned a lot from them by listening to them and to just help or coordinate with the different sub-groups depending on the situation.

  1. What does the word “success” mean to you?

Success is actually in our mind and depends on our concept. If we are greedy there is no end to our material needs and gains.

If we want success, we all must dare to try even if there is a chance that we could fail

Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly. John F. Kennedy @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/if-we-want-success-we-all-must-dare-to-try-even-if-there-is-a-chance-that-we-could-fail/

Institute of Medicine Mandalay’s Golden Jubilee @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/11/01/institute-of-medicine-mandalays-golden-jubilee/

  1. How would your teammates describe you? How would your professors describe you?

My teammates accept me as their hard working member who could lead them. My professors usually trust me as their hard working trustworthy staff.

Reference: Apartheid Burmese or Myanmar Medical Professors @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/03/17/apartheid-burmese-medical-professors/

Flashback: Testimonials of my Professors and bosses @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/flashback-testimonials/

  1. If you could change one aspect of your personality with a snap of your fingers, what would you change?

Anger and quick rebuttal with angry response against any perceived wrong on me. And the inherited automatic tendency to side with under dogs and powerless people but to revolt the authorities or superiors if they are too much.

  1. In what course did you get the best grades? Why? Anatomy and Physiology.

Ref: My Grades @ https://drkokogyi.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/x51.jpg?w=900&h=652

Flashback: My achievements and records in the Anatomy @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/flashback-my-achievements-and-records-in-the-anatomy/

  1. In what course did you get the worst grades? Why? Pharmacology just got grade 3 pass. See above reference.
  2. What do you think about euthanasia? I don’t ish to play God. My job is to treat or alleviate sufferings but not to assist in killing.
  3. Why do you think so many people want to be doctors?

May be they thought they could get fame, wealth, lifelong carrier and respect.

  1. What do you think is the most pressing issue in medicine today?

Overwork, stress, overeat and overweight leading to Obesity, Hypertension, Diabetes, Hypercholesterolemia and Ischaemic Heart Disease. (These are killing more people than HIV, Cancer and accidents.)

  1. What is your relationship with your family?

OK may be enough as my wife and 2 children are working all are busy. We could not meet everyday as although except for my daughter, a doctor (husband is also a Malay doctor) they all are staying in our family house.

  1. What is the biggest problem in the world today?

I think Islamophobia, extremism and wars.

I love, praise and respect some Jews, Christians, Buddhists or Hindu but hate the extremists @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/i-love-praise-and-respect-some-jews-christians-buddhists-or-hindu-but-hate-the-extremists/

  1. Widespread Islamophobic Hate Speeches in Myanmar @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/many-bamas-are-swallowing-the-hook-line-and-sinker/
  1. What is your solution to terrorism?

To look at the root cause of terrorism and factors pushing people pushing to become extremists.

  1. If you could invite four people to dinner, who would they be? Why?

May be too megalomaniac…our Prophet Mohammed, Jesus Christ, Moses, Buddha (extra one Lord Shiva) to stop fighting based on religion and to confirm that they all are Allah’s messengers sent to earth at different times.

  1. Discuss a book that you have recently read for pleasure. Why did you select that book?

Polyanna written by Eleanor H. Porter. To reduce the stress and depression. I have read this book for few dozens of time. Pollyanna’s “Glad Game” changed our Pessimistic views to optimistic visions @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/pollyannas-glad-game-changed-our-pessimistic-views-to-optimistic-visions/

  1. If your best friends were asked to describe you, what would they say?

I don’t know what would they say at the back of me but infront of me they would praise me.

  1. Describe your personality?

Soft spoken, smiling and always willing to help others.

Ref: MY SELF @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/02/25/my-self/

Curriculum Vitae @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2009/10/13/curriculum-vitae/

My favourite song: ကုိယ့္ဒူးကုိယ္ခြၽန္

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My contributions for Burma/Myanmar and Islam[edit]

Articles I have authored, started or expanded on Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Islam in Myanmar
  2. Talk:Islam in Myanmar
  3. Burmese Indians
  4. Talk:Burmese Indians
  5. Indians in Burmese History as it was deleted by reckless Wiki editor without even arguing the facts validity (could still search and read in edit history of Wiki, I hereby publish in my own blog Indians or KALARS in Burmese History..As my article is already a GA or Good Article I wished not to tarnish by adding back my chapter. @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2011/04/29/indians-or-kalars-in-burmese-history/
  6. Origin of Burmese Indians
  7. List of Burmese Indians Although erased, this chapter is revised, edited and put back in the main article as one heading.
  8. Panthay
  9. Burmese Chinese
  10. Aw Boon Par
  11. Aw Boon Haw
  12. Narathu
  13. Alaungsithu
  14. Sawlu
  15. Myanmar Indian Muslims
  16. Mahabandoola
  17. Famous Burmese Muslims renamed List of Burmese Muslims
  18. U Razak
  19. Ba Shin
  20. Persecution of Muslims in Myanmar
  21. History of arrival of Islam in Burma/Myanmar
  22. Burma Muslim Congress
  23. Burmese Malays
  24. Talk:Burmese Malay Muslims
  25. U Shwe Yoe
  26. Myanmar ( Burmese ) Democracy and Human Rights online media.
  27. Talk:Myanmar ( Burmese ) Democracy and Human Rights online media
  28. Shwedagon Pagoda (A paragraph in history only.)
  29. Lacquerware (Few lines in history.)
  30. Politics of Myanmar (In judicial system, Wareru dhammathat and Dammazedi pyatton.)
  31. Burma Digest Helped legal adoption into Wiki mainstream Burmese Politics and helping to create related article category. ;-}}
  32. Razali Ismail Corrected the specific position as the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to Myanmar.
  33. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
  34. Ko Mya Aye
  35. February 13births.(General/Bogyoke) Aung San’s date of death corrected.
  36. Education in Burma
  37. Mughal Empire Adding about Shah Shuja the second son of the Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan
  38. AurangzebAdding about Shah Shuja his second elder brother
  39. Media of Burma
  40. History of the Jews in Burma
  41. Caretaker government Adding the caretaker government of General Ne Winin Burma in 1958
  42. List of revolutions and rebellions Adding Military coup of 1962 in Burma by General Ne Win.
  43. Bogeyman Adding the Burmese Bogeymen, Pashu Ghaung Phyat.
  44. Eid ul-Fitr Adding the Burmese Muslims’ way of celebrating Eid
  45. Cuisine of Burma Adding facts and recipes about Halwa, Sa-Nwin-Ma-Kin or Burmese Semolina Cake and Kyit Sara, Semolina chicken or meat paste
  46. Wren & Martin Adding another book A Final Course of Grammar & Composition and the facts about the books’ usage as English Grammer books in Mission Schools in Burma.
  47. Anglo-Burmese people Adding Kingswood High School, Kalaw, Southern Shan State
  48. Kingswood High School, Kalaw and Kingswood School (disambiguation)
  49. St Peter’s High School, Mandalay
  50. St Peter’s School Adding the St Peter’s High School, Mandalay, Myanmar/Burma
  51. Muslim scholars Adding Mohamed Kassim @ Saya Gyi U Nu and Colonel Ba Shin
  52. List of Muslim historians Adding Colonel Ba Shin
  53. List of Muslim writers and poets Adding U Shwe Yoe
  54. List of Muslim actors
  55. Maung Thaw Ka
  56. Kan Chun
  57. Kyar Ba Nyein
  58. Lethwei Adding Kyar Ba Nyein’s role as a pioneer.
  59. Dances of Burma Adding U Shwe Yoe dance’s origin in article and talk page
  60. Mandalay National High School
  61. The USPG or United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, adding All Dioceses in Burma
  62. Pyu city-states Added a lot of facts, edit and given inline reference
  63. Early history of Burma Total revamp of the article after expension with facts complete with references.
  64. List of pre-modern states
  65. List of extinct states
  66. Kedahan Malay Adding DSAI
  67. Talk:Burmese Malays
  68. Burmese Malays
  69. H.E.Ambassador U Pe Khin
  70. List of Masjids in Mandalay
  71. Saya Gyi U Nu
  72. June Adding Aung San Suu Kyi‘s birthday, 19 June 1945, in the Events in June
  73. Myazedi inscription Adding Category:Earliest known manuscripts by language
  74. Karim Ghani Adding his activities in Burma
  75. Ganesha in world religions Added the origin of Thingyan in Myanmar myth.
  76. 2012 Rakhine State riots
  77. Talk:Maung Zarni
  78. Maung Zarni
  79. U Thant. Adding Jalan U Thant in KL, named after him.
  80. Win Oo Just adding his first movie.
  81. Maung Maung Ta Correcting the year of arrest by General Ne Win and adding the death news; date, time and place.
  82. Point of no return Adding the story of raft burning in the Battle of Naung Yo.
  83. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi putting reference about appointment as DPM Malaysia
  84. Muhyiddin Yassin putting reference about dropping from DPM and Cabinet posts
  85. Shafie Apdal adding the news of his removal from cabinet
  86. Briggs’ Plan adding the “Four cuts” strategy against villages and insurgents of Communist Party of Burma insurgents in Pegu Range @ the Similar examples
  87. Otter Added the Buddhist Jataka tales about The Otters and The Wolf.

As Dr Zafar Shah[edit]

Blog [1]

  1. Advising OIC to re-brand and repackage the image of Islam[2]
  2. Arresting of opposition leaders [3]
  3. Welcome 2007 and Farewell to 2006 [4]
  4. Wake up call for UNHCR [5]

As Bo Aung Din[edit]


  2. Game Plan for the Uprisings [9]
  3. Herculean Task of Rebuilding Burma [10]
  4. Letter 1: A Valentine Present with Love [11]
  5. Letter 2: for my beloved Nan Sai [12]
  6. Letter 3: Today’s Human-rights Violations are Cause of Tomorrow’s Conflicts[13]
  7. Letter 4: The most remarkable leader of our time[14]
  8. Letter 5: Respecting Human Rights is the key to our future relations[15]
  9. Letter 6: Long March To Shwe Bamar Pavilion[16]
  10. Letter 7: Racial Discriminations Everywhere [17]
  11. Letter 8: Loss of Home, Loss of PARADISE[18]
  12. Letter 9: Dog-leather book and the SPDC Generals[19]
  13. Letter 10: MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY![20]
  14. Letter 11: Queen Kyine Kyine (a) Marie Antoinette[21]
  15. Letter 12: The End of a Saga [22]
  16. To Built Our Country on Moral High Grounds [23]
  17. Concept of Good Government Free of Corruption [24]
  18. Optimism or Counting the Disguised Blessings [25]
  19. Swan Ah Shin’s Power [26]
  20. People decide with their hearts but not with their brains[27]
  21. Internet, the Fifth Pillar Of Democratic Governance[28]
  22. Friedmen’s Free Market Economics [29]
  23. Open Heart [30]
  24. This is time for Burma to change Captain to save the economy[31]
  25. Medicine for Expatriates from Burma [32]

As Maulana Hafiz Abdullah[edit]

  1. PRAYERS FOR BURMA, in English (Muslim Doah Prayers) On behalf of the expatriate Burmese Muslim Religious leaders.[33]
  2. Prayers for Burma by the Burmese Muslims, in Burmese [34]

As Mahar Bandula[edit]

Blog [35]

  1. United We Stand, Divided We Lose [36]
  2. Preliminary Indictment of SPDC Generals with Genocide[37]
  3. Regime’s Soldiers will die & go to Hell![38]
  4. Burma’s Drug Menace [39]
  5. Corruption [40]
  6. Mahar Bandula’s 666 Mission [41]
  7. Puppet Master [42]
  8. Update your concepts to WIN-WIN Solution [43]
  9. Seventh July Student Massacre [44]
  10. Warning to all the Universities around the world[45]
  11. SPDC Generals’ PHOBIAS [46]
  12. The oppositions should give ULTIMATUM to SPDC[47]
  13. We need EITI in Burma [48]
  14. C4: Communist Chinese Colonialist’s Cruelties[49]
  15. Ali Baba and forty thieves [50]
  16. Hell Hounds at large: Radovan Karadžić and Than Shwe[51]
  17. Than Shwe will follow Saddam [52]
  18. Ne Win & Than Shwe [53]
  19. Modern SPDC era comedy[54]
  20. Appeal letter to the US President and EU leaders [55]

As Mohd Noor Ibn Abdullah[edit]

  1. Malaysia, Qatar & Burma [56]

As Ohn Kyaw Myint in association with a friend (In Burmese)[edit]


  1. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 1 [58]
  2. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 2 [59]
  3. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 3 [60]
  4. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 4 [61]
  5. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 5 [62]
  6. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 6 [63]
  7. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 7 [64]
  8. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 8 [65]
  9. Burma in Buddha’s teaching [66]
  10. Religion & Politics [67]
  11. Shan State & Union of Burma [68]
  12. SPDC should Respect 8888 Students’ Cetana [69]
  13. Burma’s Education: A peep behind the curtain, part 1[70]
  14. Burma’s Education: A peep behind the curtain, part 2[71]
  15. Burma’s Education: A peep behind the curtain, part 3[72]
  16. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 1 [73]
  17. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 2 [74]
  18. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 3 [75]
  19. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 4 [76]
  20. Burma, Russia & China [77]
  21. A Valentine Present with Love, Letter 1A [78]
  22. A Valentine Present with Love, Letter 1B [79]
  23. A Valentine Present with Love, Letter 1C [80]
  24. Compassionate Letters to Dear Nan, No.6A [81]
  25. Compassionate Letters to Dear Nan, No.6B [82]
  26. Compassionate Letters to Dear Nan, No.6C [83]
  27. Virtual interview with US Secetary of State Condoleezza Rice [84]

As Shwe Ba (BURMA DIGEST)[edit]

Blog [85]

  1. Myanmar Refugee Pilot Project Proposal, part 1 [86]
  2. Myanmar Refugee Pilot Project Proposal, part 2 [87]
  3. Open letter Malaysia, Qatar & Burma [88]
  4. Burmese Version of Animal Farm [89]
  5. A Peep behind the Curtain of Myanmar Education System[90]
  6. Aung San Suu Kyi for UNSG [91]
  7. Dilemmas of Revolutionaries [92]
  8. Brain Drain [93]
  9. Metamorphosis of Saviors into Monsters [94]
  10. Let’s show our hatred to SPDC [95]
  11. No light at the End of the Tunnel for Most of the Refugees [96]
  12. Burmese Expatriates Exploited in Malaysia [97]
  13. 19th July Martyrs Day [98]
  14. When Heroes Become Maniacs [99]
  15. Dr Ibrahim Gambari must be backed by a powerful mandate of UNSC[100]
  16. Big Bully Communist Autocratic Russia [101]
  17. For the 777, the DAY of Civil Disobedience [102]
  18. Why U Nu’s democracy failed?[103]
  19. Dear revered Sanghas, kindly help Burma to free from Atheist Tatmadaw [104]
  20. The Final Assault to Victory [105]
  21. Bravo! Let’s March Forward [106]
  22. Let’s search and annihilate the nearest enemy with the Guerrilla tactics (Bur)[107]
  23. “Brain Drain” to “Brain Gain”[108]

As Ko Tin Maung[edit]

Blog [109]

  1. We are all Burmese in our heart [110]
  2. Naming & Shaming [111]

As Tun Aung in association with a friend (In Burmese)[edit]

  1. Speaking with Madam Anwar Ibrahim, Burmese translation Part 1 [112]
  2. Speaking with Madam Anwar Ibrahim, Burmese translation Part 2 [113]
  3. Speaking with Madam Anwar Ibrahim, Burmese translation Part 3 [114]
  4. Interview with Sao Harn Yawnghwe[115]
  5. Speaking with a Hero of Shan People[116]
  6. Interview with Amyotheryei U Win Naing Part 1 [117]
  7. Interview with Amyotheryei U Win Naing Part 2 [118]
  8. We also Love Burma, part 1 [119]
  9. We also Love Burma, part 2 [120]
  10. Generosity Makes Us Great[121]
  11. Burmese Animal Farm, part 1 [122]
  12. Burmese Animal Farm, part 2 [123]
  13. Burmese Animal Farm, part 3 [124]
  14. To Clean up SPDC’s Chaos[125]
  15. Asian Countries exploiting Burma[126]
  16. SDDC is worthless [127]
  17. Sweet Set-backs [128]
  18. ASEAN is just firing blanks[129]
  19. Dreams Give us Hope [130]
  20. Win Win Solution [131]
  21. Burma Game Plan [132]
  22. Hiding in Shame [133]
  23. SPDC Soldiers Burn in Hell! part 1 [134]
  24. SPDC Soldiers Burn in Hell! part 2 [135]
  25. Fool’s Gold [136]
  26. Wishes for Detained Nobel Laureate’s Birthday [137]
  27. Education for Generals’ Wives [138]
  28. Genocide in Burma [139]
  29. We also want to Stand on our own Feet part 1 [140]
  30. We also want to Stand on our own Feet part 2 [141]
  31. Various Types of Democracy Part 1 A [142]
  32. Various Types of Democracy Part 1 B [143]
  33. Various Types of Democracy Part 2 A [144]
  34. Various Types of Democracy Part 2 B [145]
  35. Various Types of Democracy Part 3 [146]
  36. Various Types of Democracy Part 4 [147]

As Ko Tin Nwe[edit]

Blog [148]

  2. Internally Displaced Persons or IDPs [150]
  3. Pope Going To Burma [151]
  4. Shan Nationalities[152]
  5. Complaining of unfair attitude On Religious Minorities including Muslims [153]

As Dr San Oo Aung (especially in Burma Digest)[edit]

Blogs [154][155][156][157]

  1. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (interview in English)[158]
  2. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (Burmese translation) part 1 [159]
  3. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (Burmese translation) part 2[160]
  4. Speaking with Mrs Anwar, Dr. Wan Azizah (interview in English)[161]
  5. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (interview in English)[162]
  6. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (Burmese tanslation) part 1 [163]
  7. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (Burmese tanslation) part 2 [164]
  8. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (Burmese tanslation) part 3 [165]
  9. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia part 4 [166]
  10. Interview with His Royal Highness Prince Sao Hso Khan Pha,Interim Shan Government (Burmese translation)[167]
  11. Speaking with U Chit Tin, MP (interview in Burmese)[168]
  12. Open letter to the European Commission, and European leaders [169]
  13. Asian Values & Western Values [170]
  14. ASEAN is just firing blanks[171]
  15. Displaced People’s Socio-Medical Sufferings[172]
  16. A Magical Picture: Min Ko Naing’s Mother [173]
  17. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 1)[174]
  18. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 2)[175]
  19. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 3)[176]
  20. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 4)[177]
  21. The analysis of AUNG SANs[178]
  22. Aung Sans’ Plan for Reconstruction of Corrupted Myanmar[179]
  23. The Hand That Wield The Cane [180]
  24. Dreams Give Us Hope [181]
  25. The Dawn of Revolution in Burma [182]
  26. Negligence by Burmese Military Rulers [183]
  27. Discrimination Against Burmese in Malaysia [184]
  28. History of World Refugee Day[185]
  29. Generosity Makes us Great[186]
  30. SPDC Junta Mentioned in Buddha’s Teachings [187]
  31. Chicken Soup for the Burmese Opposition’s Souls[188]
  32. Politicians of the year: 88 Students Group [189]
  33. Opening Heart on Equal Rights for All Ethnic Groups[190]
  34. Birds of the same feather: China Russia and SPDC[191]
  35. Burma’s Neo-Nazi Brown Shirts or USDA [192]
  36. Don’t Let Monitor Lizards (Phuts) Rule the Country[193]
  37. Window Shopping for Federalism [194]
  38. From UNSC to ICC [195]
  39. Junta’s Attempted Genocide & International Courts[196]
  40. Sending Military Regime to International Court [197]
  41. Junta’s Ethnic Cleansing in Eight Stages [198]
  42. Burma Human Rights Day(B)[199]
  43. To Commemorate 27 March as Burma Childsoldiers’ day[200]
  44. Let’s Join USDA & Destroy it from Within [201]
  45. Revolt inside Kyant Phunt USDA (B)[202]
  46. Hoping for a National Reconciliation [203]
  47. Final Assault for our Revolution. [204]
  48. The Power of Arts Moves the Hearts and Minds of the People[205]
  49. Education is Passport for the Future of refugee children[206]
  50. Laissez-faire & Libertarianism for Liberated Burma[207]
  51. There was once democracy in the Union of Burma[208]
  52. Some encouraging thoughts on Burma’s Politics[209]
  53. Lopsided fiscal policy of SPDC[210]
  54. Junta is so fearful of the Pen of an Old Journalist[211]
  55. To Change Hearts and Minds of SPDC[212]
  57. Myanmar Military’s Achilles heel[214]
  58. Editorial: Multi-religion Prayers Campaign for Burma [215]
  59. Editorial: Let us request for UN supervision on SPDC Junta’s Roadmap[216]
  60. Editorial:Federalism (Burmese)[217]
  61. Editorial:Last Days of Military Regime (B) [218]
  62. Editorial:To Eliminate Violence against Women[219]
  63. Editorial:Sending Military Regime to International Court [220]
  64. Editorial:Burma Human Rights Day(B)[221]
  65. Betraying their Fellow Fallen Soldiers (Burmese translation)[222]
  66. Appeal to the Senior General Than Shwe, before he leave the political scene of Myanmar [223]
  67. Analysis of 3B Militaries, Burma, Bangladesh and Bangkok [224]
  68. Analysis of how Tatmadaw had ruined the Myanmar economy[225]
  69. SPDC’s Constitution is just the Step 1A only [226]
  70. 19th Anniversary of Military coup [227]
  71. Maggot in the NLD LA or Trojen Horse or Axe-handle of SPDC [228]
  72. Crimes committed by SPDC thugs and People’s Rights of Self Defense [229]
  73. Enough is enough, SPDC! Let’s see in (ICC) court [230]
  74. Skepticism regarding the Myanmar Tatmadaw’s usual Big Lies[231]
  75. UN, US and EU should investigate the discriminating ASEAN laws on Burmese citizens [232]
  76. Defiant Recalcitrant Myanmar Military Junta[233]
  77. General Aung San’s Acceptance of migrants as brethren[234]
  79. UN, US, EU and ASEAN must consider for the Restitution to Myanmar/Burmese Citizens[236]
  80. Open letter to H.E. Professor Sergio Pinheiro[237]
  81. Myanmar Tatmadaw is unsinkable![238]
  82. Myanmar Childsoldiers need Your Honours! Dr Gambari and Prof. Pinherio[239]
  83. A STUDY OF ISLAMIC ARAKAN COINAGE(Burmese History in English) [240]
  84. Migration history of Burma or Myanmar Ethnic Races(Burmese History in English)[241]
  85. Burma or Myanmar is the highway between India and China(Burmese History in English)[242]
  86. Migration and settlement of Shans in Burma[243]
  87. Let’s exploit our strategic position between the two greatest civilizations(Burmese History in English)[244]
  88. Our Long March to the Mirage Paradise(Burmese Karen History in English)[245]
  89. Winter dreams of unfinished painting!(Burmese Mon History in English)[246]
  90. Cháng Zhēng or original Long March of the Tibeto-Burmans!(Burmese History, Tibeto-Burmans in English)[247]
  91. Tiger Balm brothers, our prided migrants[248]
  92. Real Stone Age and Dark Period without enlightment[249]
  93. Peek into your mirrors before calling Kala, Kala Dain or Kala Pyet[250]
  94. In order to get a Win- win solution deal in our Dialogue with SPDC[251]
  95. In Memory of PUMPKIN and ANGEL[252]
  96. Ch 1.HUMAN RIGHTS in Islam[253]
  97. Ch 2.BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS[254]
  98. Ch 2.3.Respect for the Chastity of Women[255]
  99. Ch 2.4.The Right to a Basic Standard of Life[256]
  100. Ch 2.5.Individual’s Right to Freedom[257]
  101. Ch 2.6. Justice 7. Equality of Humans 8. The Right to Co-operate or Not to[258]
  102. Ch 3.Rights of citizens in an Islamic State. Ch 3:1. The Security of Life and Property[259]
  103. Ch 3:2 Honour, 3:3 Private Life Sanctity & Security Ch 3:2. The Protection of Honour[260]
  104. Ch 3:4 The Security of Personal Freedom[261]
  105. Ch 3:5 Tyranny, 6 Freedom of Expression & 7 Association[262]
  106. Ch 3:8 Conscience, Conviction, 9 Religious Sentiments, 10 Imprisonment[263]
  107. Ch 3:11. The Right to Basic Necessities of Life[264]
  108. Ch 3:12 Equality Before Law, Ch 3:13 Rulers Not Above the Law[265]
  109. Human Rights in Islam Ch 3:14 Avoid Sin, 15 Right to Affairs of State[266]
  110. Ch 4: Rights of enemy soldiers and non-combatants at war[267]
  111. Rights and moral conducts of the Muslims[268]
  112. The qualities of the Prophet(pbuh)[269]
  113. An Introduction to Islam:Fundamental beliefs and practices[270]
  114. Modern SPDC era comedy (E)[271]
  115. Modern SPDC era comedy (Burmese translation)[272]
  116. Islamic practices Vs Islamic values[273]
  117. Some Islamic values that rich muslim leaders try to ignore[274]
  118. Last appeal letter to God[275]
  119. Children of the Dream[276]
  120. Childhood fairy-tales[277]
  123. Self-improvement and preparations for the future success[280]
  124. Common virtues of Buddhism and Islam[281]
  125. Power of the powerless[282]
  126. Myanmar/Burmese Muslims under SPDC[283]
  127. Justice in Islam[284]
  128. Universal mercy or loving kindness[285]
  129. Absolute power corrupts absolutely (E)[286]
  130. The Judiciary(E)[287]
  131. I dream of speaking with DSAI, former D.P.M. of Malaysia (E)[288]
  132. Dreaming an interview with DSAI or Datuk Sri Anwar Ibrahim Part II (E)[289]
  133. Dreams give us hope (E)[290]
  134. Dreamer of the day[291]
  135. My day dream of speaking with former Deputy Prime Minister Part III (E)[292]
  136. Dream Interview with DSAI Part IV (E[293]
  137. 1001 Malaysian Nights (DSAI interview Part V)(E)[294]
  138. Dream Interview VI Rule of Law (E)[295]
  139. Dream Interview VII Rule by Law (of the Jungle)(E)[296]
  140. Akbar the Great Vs Than Shwe the Megalomaniac (E)[297]
  141. RULE OF LAW Limits the Government’s legal authorities on citizens(E)[298]
  142. Good governance (E)[299]
  143. Ko Mya Aye, Burmese Muslim (88 Students Group Leader)(E)[300]
  144. The Role of Muslims in Burma’s Democracy Movement (Burmese translation)(E)[301]
  145. ‘Pumpkin positive’ Tatmadaw and SPDC Generals[302]
  148. Burma’s Saffron Revolution leader Revered Monk, Sayadaw (abbot) U Gambira[305]
  149. Merry Christmas,Happy New year,Eid Mubarak(Selamat Hari Raya Haji)Happy and Prosperous Chinese New year[306]
  150. Don’t Cry for Myanmar, Burma[307]
  151. Dr Mahathir Mohamad offering a few pointers for Myanmar Junta[308]
  152. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire I[309]
  153. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire II[310]
  154. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire III[311]
  155. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire IV[312]
  156. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire V[313]
  157. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire VI[314]
  158. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire VII[315]
  159. Sr. General Than Shwe is the thief[316]
  160. What’s up China?[317]
  161. The Golden days of the Great Mon Empire I[318]
  162. Burmese Chinese[319]
  163. My dream interviews are not mere illusions[320]
  164. Congratulations RAMBO!For your success in Burma[321]
  165. For the Burmese Muslims Christian and Buddhist friendships are superior to the Islamic-brotherhood[322]
  166. What’s up UNHCR?[323]
  167. Tumbling Kelly and Puppet Governments[324]
  168. Paralyzed, illegitimate, transitory to full-fledged lawful government[325]
  169. Illegitimate SPDC government trying to legalize the bastard[326]
  170. Ko Htun Sein stopped singing “God save the King” at Rangoon University Student Meetings[327]
  171. Strategy to win over hearts and minds of the SPDC, China, India, ASEAN and USA[328]
  172. Burmese Resistance and the Starling Theory[329]
  173. Swarm Behavior Starling Theory[330]
  175. Happy Birth Day followed by Condolence for Union of Burma[332]
  176. Rangoon University Students Union RUSU[333]

Dr San Oo Aung’s WorldPress.com Weblog[edit]

My own weblog

  1. List of all the articles here_[334]
  2. Home_[335]
  3. TOTAL 1166 articles/postings up to 11.08.2008.in my own blog only.
  4. TOTAL Hits 400,231 of visits up to 26.12.2009. on my own blog and achieved about ONE Million hits in all my blogs and articles including Wikipedia.
  5. Another 320++ articles in Burma Digest. But some articles are posted in both sites, sometimes modified or edited.
  6. There are a dozen of Islam articles in Muslim Wiki. (They are almost similar to my articles in main Wiki.
  7. Various articles in different journals, magazines, newspapers and online news/magazines are excluded.

Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s (@ Dr.Abdul Rahman Zafrudin) Blog.[edit]

This is my real name and true identity. @ Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s Blog

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Face Book of Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s (@ Dr.Abdul Rahman Zafrudin @ HERE

Two FB Pages I started about my former schools:

  1. Kingswood High School, Kalaw @ HERE
  2. No 9 SHS (BEHS) St. Peter’s Mandalay @ HERE
  3. Outstanding Muslims from Myanmar @ [336]

Am I a fool or workaholic?

Dedicated to my descendents to understand my life with endless struggles & hard work

34 Responses to “About me”

  1. ReadersHeaven Says:

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  2. An Indian Muslim Says:

    Dr.Zafrudin, yours is a marvelous blog with great information. Moreover, reading latest updates on your region in the blog is an awesome delight. Keep it up,Sir. Jazakallah

    • drkokogyi Says:


      TQ brother.
      I am a Burmese Muslim but as our government called us Indian mixed blooded people, so I also become an Indian Muslim staying in Myanmar or Myanmar Indian Muslim .
      Khoda Hafiz
      Your brother-in-Islam

  3. drkokogyi Says:

    Wonderful Bama King and his Mayor donated Masjids in Mandalay.မႏၲေလးေရႊၿမိဳ႕ေတာ္ဝန္ မင္းႀကီးမဟာ မင္းေခါင္ေနာ္ရထာ ေရႊလွံဗိုလ္ေကာလင္းၿမိဳ႕စားမင္း…because I heard that like his boss, King Mindon, who donated dozens of Masjids, he had also donated a Masjid for his Muslim soldiers and captains. Wonderful Bamas. TQ for all these understandings.
    ဘုန္းဘုန္းရဲ႕ ေက်ာင္းတကာဆိုေပမဲ့ မႏၲေလးရဲ႕ ၿမိဳ႕ေတာ္ဝန္လဲျဖစ္တယ္ေလ။ စာေရးဆရာမႀကီးယုဝတီခင္စိန္လွိဳင္ရဲ႕အဖိုးေတာ္မွာေပါ့၊@ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/wonderful-bama-king-and-his-mayor-donated-masjids-in-mandalay/

  4. drkokogyi Says:

    FB of LYC Daw Mawn Sam >>>Being a good speaker and writer. I think most LYC (71 – 72 ) appreciate Yuwadi Khin Sein Hlaing’s words ေ၇ႊနားကြပ္တဲ့ တိမ္ဂြမ္းစိုင္ according to her explanation. @Ko Ko Gyi – I notice that you always use these words as your headlines of your writings and every time I see it, it reminds me of YWD Khin Sein Hlaing’s praises of LYC.

    FB of LYC Dr. Rita Kong I have read ” ေ၇ႊနားကြပ္တဲ့ တိမ္ဂြမ္းစိုင္’ by Yuwadi Khin Sein Hlaing during one summer of my middle school years fighting the Anyar heat under tin roof. I really like her writings and many of her books are my favorites. I always went into the room filled with many many bundles of books belong to my elders whenever I had free time in my childhood. I see the story behind ေ၇ႊနားကြပ္တဲ့ တိမ္ဂြမ္းစိုင္ and the meaning behind Saya Ko Ko Gyi ‘s Blog headline since I had a puzzle of whether he likes Burmese novel.

  5. drkokogyi Says:

    My dear friend 5 Times Luyechun Dental Surgeon Dr. Nay Oo wrote to me >>>ဆရာကိုကိုႀကီးခင္ဗ်ား ။။။။။။
    ဆရာ႕တင္ျပခ်က္ ပ့ံသကူမေထရ္အေၾကာင္းက မဆုံးေသးဘူးထင္ပါတယ္။ သီဟိုဠ္အသြားလမ္းမွာ ဘုရားဖူးခိုင္းၿပီး အတင္းျပန္ပင့္ေခၚခဲ့တယ္ဆိုပဲ။ ထြက္ခ်င္တိုင္းထြက္လို႔ဘယ္ရမွာလဲ။ ပေဒသရာဇ္ လက္ေအာက္မွာမဟုတ္လား။
    ကြၽန္ေတာ္တို႔အဖြဲ႕မွာေတာ့ထုတ္ပစ္တယ္ဆိုတာ မရွိေစခ်င္ပါဆရာ။
    လူရည္ခြၽန္ဆိုတာကို စိတ္ကုန္လို႔ေသာ္လည္းေကာင္း
    လူရည္ခြၽန္ဒီအုပ္စုကသူေတြနဲ႔ စိတ္သေဘာမေတြ႕လို႔ေသာ္လည္းေကာင္း မိမိဆႏၵအေလ်ာက္ ဒီ ေဖ့စ္ဘြတ္ခ္အဖြဲ႕ထဲက နႈတ္ထြက္လို႔ရပါတယ္။ ဒါေတာင္မွ လူရည္ခြၽန္
    ( ၁၉၆၄ – ၈၈ ) အဖဲြ႕ႀကီးကေတာ့ ကိုယ့္ရဲေဘာ္ အျဖစ္ဆက္ၿပီးအသိအမွတ္ျပဳၿပီး ဆိုးေမြေကာင္းေမြ ေတြကိုဆက္ခံေနဦးမွာျဖစ္ပါတယ္။ ဆရာတို႔၊ကြၽန္ေတာ္တို႔ ရွင္သန္လႈပ္ရွားျပဳမူခ်က္မ်ား အားလုံးဟာလည္း လူရည္ခြၽန္စီမံကိန္းဆိုတဲ့
    ပုံရိပ္ကိုဆက္ၿပီးေရးခ်ယ္သြားမွာပါ။ ဒီေန႔ကြၽန္ေတာ္ရွယ္ တင္ေပးလိုက္တဲ့
    သုံးထပ္ကြမ္း ေဒါက္တာ သန္းမင္းထြတ္ရဲ႕ လူရည္ခြၽန္ ပုံရိပ္ကေလးဆို မလွဘူးလားဗ်ာ။ ကြၽန္ေတာ္တို႔ေတြရွင္သန္ေနသမွ်ေပါ့ဆရာရယ္
    တကယ္ေတာ့ေနညိဳခ်ိန္ေရာက္ေနၾကသူေတြမ်ားလာ ၾကၿပီမို႔ တိမ္ေတာက္တဲ့အခါေလးတခုသာ ဘဝဆည္းဆာမခ်ဳပ္ခင္ ထားခဲ့နိုင္ရင္ ။။။။။။။။။။။။။။။။။။
    ဆရာေရ ခ်စ္ျခင္း၊မုန္းျခင္း၊ အလိုက်ျခင္း၊မက်ျခင္း ေတြသာမက အျမတ္နိုးဆုံး ရုပ္နာမ္ခႏၶာ၊ဒီဘဝ အကုန္ထားခဲၾကရမွာသာ အေသအခ်ာပါ။
    ကိုယ္စိတ္ႏွစ္ပါး ခ်မ္းေၿမ့႐ႊင္လန္းပါေစဆရာ။

  6. drkokogyi Says:

    Even the grandfather of democracy, British’s Medical Council ignored that important fact of the Common-law principles that do not favor the retroactive effect of laws in most of the cases… Our Myanmar (Burma) Med degrees eg our IMM were recognized up 80 something. Although I got the degree in Dec 75..they refuse to recognize my degree because I failed to apply early. I appealed and also asked my Medical Insurer based in Hong Kong to sue for me as this was the most imp thing for a practitioner. (I applied for that because I got a very good job in Brunei but they were asking for the BMC Reg (GMC). I had given that reason but they failed to take action for me. So I also stop subscribing to them. http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/retroactive

    Above was my comment under my No. 8th. brother, Professor of Cardio-thoracic surgery Dr. Khin Maung Htwe’s comment /post

    လူေတာ္ေတာ္ မ်ားမ်ားဟာ ေနာက္ေၾကာင္းျပန္ အေရးမယူဘူး ဆိုတဲ့ အဓိပၸါယ္​ ကို အလြဲျမင္ေနၾကတယ္။ ေနာက္ေၾကာင္းျပန္ အေရးမယူဘူးဆိုတာ အရင့္အရင္ အစိုးရ မွာ လူတစ္ဦးတစ္ေယာက္ကျဖစ္ေစ အဖြဲ႔အစည္းတစ္ခုကျဖစ္ေစ ျပဳလုပ္ထားတဲ့ျပစ္မႈေတြ အေရးမယူဘူး ဆိုတဲ့ မွားယြင္းတဲ့ အဓိပၸါယ္ေကာက္ေနၾကတယ္။
    ေနာက္ေၾကာင္းျပန္ အေရးမယူဘူးဆိုတဲ့ ဥပေဒ ရဲ႕ အမွန္တကယ္ ဆိုလိုရင္းက ဥပေဒသစ္တစ္ခုထုတ္ရင္ ဥပေဒသစ္နဲ႔ ညိွစြန္းတဲ့ အရင္က
    (ဥပေဒ အသက္မဝင္ခင္က) လုပ္ထားတဲ့ ျပစ္မႈကိုပဲအေရးမယူတာျဖစ္တယ္။ ထင္႐ွားေအာင္ျပပါ အံ့။ တစ္လင္တစ္မယားဥပေဒ အသက္ဝင္တာ ၂၀၁၅ ခုႏွစ္ ဆိုပါစို႔။ ၂၀၀၀ ခုႏွစ္ေလာက္က မယား ႏွစ္ေယာက္ တရားဝင္ ယူထားတဲ့သူကို အဲဒီဥပေဒနဲ႔ တရားစြဲေထာင္ခ်လို႔ မရဘူးကိုပဲ ဆိုလိုတာပါ။
    ဒါေၾကာင့္ ေနာက္ေၾကာင္းျပန္ အေရးမယူဘူးဆိုတာ အတိတ္က လုပ္ထားတဲ့ျပစ္မႈေတြကို အေရးမယူတာ မဟုတ္ဘူး။ အတိတ္ကလုပ္ထားတယ္ အဲဒီအခ်ိန္မွာ ဥပေဒျပဌာန္း မထားတဲ့ ျပစ္မႈေတြပဲ ကင္းလြတ္ခြင့္ရတယ္။ ဒါေၾကာင့္ လာဘ္စားတာ လူတစ္ဦးတစ္ေယာက္ကို ႏိုင့္ထက္စီးနင္းလုပ္တာ အဂတိလိုက္စားတာ စသည္တို႔ဟာ အရင့္အရင္ ကတည္းက ဥပေဒျပဌာန္းၿပီးသားမို႔ အမႈက်ဴးလြန္ၿပီး ႏွစ္ ၂၀ ေနမွေပၚေပါက္လည္း အေရးယူလို႔ရတယ္။ ဥပမာ နာဇီ စစ္တရားခံတစ္ခ်ိဳ႕ စစ္ရာဇဝတ္ေတြ ႏွစ္ ၅၀ ေလာက္မွေပၚတယ္။ ေသခါနီး အဖိုးအိုစစ္သားေဟာင္းေတြလည္း အခုမွ ဖမ္းေထာင္ခ်တာ ႐ွိတယ္။ အေျခ ခံဥပေဒ အရ ေနာက္ေၾကာင္းျပန္ သက္ေရာက္ျခင္းမ႐ွိေစရကို ဥပေဒ ေဝါဟာရအရ အဓိပၸါယ္ေကာက္ မွန္ဖို႔လိုတယ္။ ေနာက္ေၾကာင္းျပန္ ဥပေဒမ႐ွိတာ ျမန္မာမွမဟုတ္ ဒီမိုကေရစီႏိုင္ငံ ေတာ္ေတာ္မ်ားမ်ားပဲ။ ဒီကလို အရင္ လူေတြကိုမထိရဲတဲ့ ငေၾကာက္ ေတြေျပာတဲ့ ဟာမ်ိဳးေတာ့ မဟုတ္ဘူးလို႔ဆိုလိုတာ…။


    ex post facto law definition. A law that makes illegal an act that was legal when committed, increases the penalties for an infraction after it has been committed, or changes the rules of evidence to make conviction easier. The Constitution prohibits the making of ex post facto law.
    Latin for “from a thing done afterward.” Ex post facto is most typically used to refer to a criminal law that applies retroactively, thereby criminalizing conduct that was legal when originally performed. Two clauses in the US Constitution prohibit ex post facto laws: Art 1, § 9 and Art. 1 § 10. see, e.g. Collins v. Youngblood, 497 US 37 (1990) and California Dep’t of Corrections v. Morales, 514 US 499 (1995).

  7. drkokogyi Says:

    Maung Maung
    My Home Is In My Heart…………….




    တူရကီနိုင္ငံထဲမွာ…ၾကည့္စရာရႈ႕စရာ…လည္ပတ္စရာေတြကို….လိုက္လံၾကည့္ရႈ႕ေန ရင္း….အီစတန္ဘူလ္ၿမိဳ႕ထဲက…ေၾကြထည္ပစၥည္းအေရာင္းဆိုင္တဆိုင္ကို…ေရာက္သြား တယ္…တဲ့……

    လက္ရာေျမာက္လွတဲ့ေၾကြထည္ေတြကိုၾကည့္ရႈ႕ေနရင္း….တန္ဖိုးမေသးတဲ့…ေၾကြထည္ လဘက္ရည္…ကရားအိုးတလံုးကိုကိုင္တြယ္ၾကည့္မိလိုက္သတဲ့…

    ကမၻာလွည့္…အာေမးနီးယန္းဟာ…အစိတ္စိတ္အမႊာမႊာကြဲထြက္သြားတဲ့…သူအင္မတန္. သေဘာက်တဲ့…လဘက္ရည္ကရားေလးကို…ႏွေမ်ာစြာနဲ႔ၾကည့္ေနတုန္းမွာဘဲ…ဆိုင္ရွင္ ျဖစ္သူက…ေဒါသတႀကီး…နဲ႔…သူ႔ကိုအျပစ္တင္ၿပီး…လဘက္ရည္…ကုရားဘိုးကို…ေလွ်ာ္ ေၾကးေတာင္းပါေတာ့တယ္…


    ဆိုင္ရွင္အမ်ိဳးသားက…က်သင့္ေငြရၿပီးတာေတာင္…ပါးစပ္ပိတ္မသြားဘဲ..သူကိုေဒါသ တႀကီးနဲ႔ဆက္လက္ဆူေျပာေနတယ္…တဲ့….

    တူရကီစကားကို…မတတ္ေပမဲ့…ခရီးသြား…အာေမးနီးယန္းဟာ…ဆိုင္ရွင္က…သူ႔ကို… ဆဲဆိုေနတာကိုေတာ့…သတိျပဳမိတယ္….

    ဒါနဲ႔တတ္သ၍…မွတ္သ၍…တူရကီဘာသာစကားနဲ႔…သူ႔ကိုမဆဲဖို႔အေၾကာင္း…က်သင့္ ေငြကိုလဲ…ဆိုင္ရွင္ေျပာတဲ့အတိုင္း…ေပးေခ်ၿပီးၿပီျဖစ္တဲ့အေၾကာင္းျပန္ေျပာလိုက္တယ္…တဲ့…

    ေဒါသထြက္ေနတဲ့ဆိုင္ရွင္က…သူေျပလည္ရာ…ေျပလည္ေၾကာင္းေျပာေနတာကို… ဂရု မစိုက္ဘဲ…သူ႔ကို…ဆိုင္ထဲက…ထြက္သြားဖို႔…အမူအရာျပၿပီး…ဆက္လက္ေအာ္ဟစ္…ဆဲဆိုေနေတာ့…အာေမးနီးယန္းအမ်ိဳးသားဟာ…စိတ္တိုသြားမိတယ္…တဲ့….

    အဲ့ဒီအခ်ိန္မွာ…အာေမးနီးယန္းအမ်ိဳးသားဟာ….တူရကီဘာသာစကားလဲမတတ္ေတာ့ သူတတ္တဲ့ဘာသာစကားျဖစ္တဲ့…အာေမးနီးယန္းဘာသာစကားနဲ႔…အားရပါးရဆဲျပစ္ လိုက္ၿပီး…ဆိုင္ထဲကလွည့္ထြက္လာခဲ့တယ္…တဲ့….

    သူ႔ရဲ႕…ဆဲသံကိုၾကားလိုက္ရတဲ့ဆိုင္ရွင္ဟာ…ရုတ္တရက္…မွင္သက္မိသလိုျဖစ္သြားၿပီး.. မ်က္ႏွာအေနအထားပါေျပာင္း…ခ်က္ခ်င္းၿပံဳးရႊင္သြားၿပီး….သူ႔ေနာက္ကိုခ်က္ခ်င္းလိုက္ လာၿပီး…သူ႔လက္ကိုဆြဲလို႔…ဆိုင္ထဲကို…ျပန္ဝင္ခဲ့ပါဦးလို႔…ဇြတ္ဖိတ္ေခၚသတဲ့….

    အာေမးနီးယန္းလဲ…ောကာင္ေတာင္ေတာင္နဲ႔…ဒီလူဘာျဖစ္သြားတာပါလိမ့္…ဆိုၿပီး… ဆိုင္ထဲျပန္ေရာက္လာတယ္…တဲ့…

    ဆိုင္ရွင္အမ်ိဳးသားဟာ…ေကာင္တာနားက…နီးစပ္ရာေၾကြထည္ပစၥည္းတခုကိုဆြဲယူၿပီး…ခရီးသြား…အာေမးနီးယန္းလက္ထဲကိုလွမ္းေပးရင္းနဲ့….” ေနာက္ထပ္ႀကိဳက္သေလာက္. ခြဲျပစ္လိုက္စမ္းပါဗ်ာ…အခုနက…ခင္ဗ်ားဆဲလိုက္သလို…အာေမးနီးယန္းလို…တစ္တစ္ခြခြ…တခြန္းေလာက္ထပ္ဆဲစမ္းပါ…ၾကားရတာ…အရသာရွိလြန္းလို႔ပါ…ကၽြန္ေတာ္…တူရကီ…ေရာက္ေနတာ…အႏွစ္..၂၀..ရွိေနၿပီ…အာေမးနီးယန္းစကား…မၾကားရတာလဲၾကာပါၿပီ…ခင္ဗ်ားဆဲသံၾကားလိုက္ေတာ့…ကၽြန္ေတာ္…ကိုယ့္အိမ္ျပန္ေရာက္သြားသလို… ခံစားရလို႔ပါ…ဆဲလိုက္စမ္းပါဗ်ာ….အားရပါးရဆဲလိုက္စမ္းပါ…..”….တဲ့ဗ်ာ….




    သူ႔ရဲ႕ငယ္စဥ္…ကေလးဘဝကထဲက…ပညာေရးကို…အထူးတန္ဖိုးထား…ႀကိဳးစားခဲ့ သူတေယာက္ပါ…ပညာသင္ဆုေတြအေျမာက္အမ်ားအတန္းစဥ္အလိုက္…ရခဲ့သလို.. လူရည္ခၽြန္…ငါးႀကိမ္ရခဲ့တဲ့သူပါ….အစၥလာမ္ဘာသာဝင္တေယာက္အေနနဲ႔…ျမန္မာ နိုင္ငံမွာ…လူရည္ခၽြန္ဆိုတဲ့အဆင့္…အေရြးခ်ယ္ခံရဖို႔ဆိုတာ…ဘယ္ေလာက္ခက္ခဲမယ္ ဆိုတာခန္႔မွန္းနိုင္ပါလိမ့္မယ္…ဒုတိယလူနဲ႔…အျပတ္အသတ္…မကြာဘဲ…ေရြးခ်ယ္ခံရဖို႔ ဆိုတာေတာ္ေတာ္ခဲခဲယဥ္းယဥ္းၾကားက…ငါးႀကိမ္အထိရခဲ့တာပါ….

    ေဆးတကၠသိုလ္ကိုလဲ…အစိုးရပညာသင္ဆုနဲ႔…တက္ခဲ့တာပါ…ေဆးတကၠသိုလ္က…ဘြဲ႔ရၿပီးၿပီးျခင္း….မႏၱေလးျပည္သူ႔ေဆးရံုႀကီး…ခြဲစိတ္ရံု(၂)မွာ…လက္ေထာက္ဆရာဝန္ အျဖစ္နဲ႔ေရာ…မႏၱေလးေဆးတကၠသိုလ္မွာ…သင္ၾကားေရးတာဝန္ကိုပါ….တြဲၿပီး…တာ ဝန္ထမ္းေဆာင္ခဲ့တာပါ….

    ပညာေရးကို…ဦးစားေပးတဲ့သူျဖစ္ေတာ့…လုပ္သက္၃ႏွစ္အရမွာ…ဘြဲ႔လြန္ဆက္တက္ဖို႔…ေလွ်ာက္ထားခဲ့ပါတယ္…ဘြဲ႔လြန္ေလွ်ာက္ထားတဲ့ဆရာဝန္ေတြဟာ…စာေမးပြဲေျဖၾက ရပါတယ္….စာနဲ႔ေမးခြန္းလႊာေတြေျဖရသလို…ႏႈတ္ေမးခြန္းေတြကိုလဲ…ေျဖရပါတယ္…

    ျမန္မာျပည္တျပည္လံုးက…ေမးခြန္းလႊာေရးေျဖသူေတြထဲမွ…ထိပ္ဆံုးဆယ္ေယာက္ဝင္ ေအာင္ေျဖနိုင္ခဲ့ေပမဲ့….ႏႈတ္ေျဖမွာ…အပယ္ခံခဲ့ရတာ…အႀကိမ္ႀကိမ္ပါ….

    ေနာက္ဆံုး…ျမန္မာျပည္ထံုးစံအရ….မေပးမကမ္းလို႔မရဘူးဆိုၿပီး…အေပါင္းအသင္းအ ဆက္အသြယ္ေတြနဲ႔…ဟိုတခ်ိန္က…….သီအိုရီသာ…ေအာင္ေအာင္ေျဖခဲ့…ဗိုင္ဗာ မွာ…ေသခ်ာေပါက္…လုပ္ေပးလိုက္မယ္….လို႔ေျပာလိုက္တယ္….

    သီအိုရီမွာ….ျမန္မာတနိုင္ငံလံုး…ပထမရေအာင္…ေျဖခဲ့ပါရဲ႕…ဗိုင္ဗာ မွာ…အခ်ခံ ခဲ့ရတယ္….အဲ့ဒီေခတ္က…ေသြားျပန္ေမးေတာ့…ေ….ကုလားမို႔လို႔…ဘြဲ႔လြန္ဆက္တက္ခြင့္မေပးတာလို႔သိခဲ့ရတယ္….

    အဲ့ဒီမွာ…စိတ္နာၿပီး…ျမန္မာျပည္က…ထြက္လာခဲ့တာ…၁၉၈၅ခုႏွစ္က…ထြက္လာခဲ့တာ ဆိုေတာ့…အခုဆို…၂၉ႏွစ္ရွိေနၿပီ….ျမန္မာျပည္ကို…လံုးဝျပန္မေရာက္ေတာ့တာ….

    မေလးရွားကိုေရာက္ေတာ့လဲ…မိသားစုနဲ႔…မေလးရွားမွာ…အေျခခ်ဖို႔ႀကိဳးစား…. အိမ္ဝယ္…ကားဝယ္…ေဆးခန္းဝယ္….သားသမီးေတြပညာသင္စရိတ္အတြက္…ရုန္း ကန္ရနဲ႔…ပညာသင္ၾကားခြင့္ေတာ့…ဆက္မႀကိဳးစားနိုင္ေတာ့ပါဘူး….

    ဒါေပမဲ့…မေလးရွားနိုင္ငံမွာေအာင္ျမင္တဲ့…အေထြေထြေရာဂါကု…ေဆးခန္းတခုနဲ႔… ျမန္မာနိုင္ငံက…က်န္းမာေရးဝန္ႀကီး..ခိုးဝွက္ရွာၿပီးေနရတာထက္..အဆင့္အတန္း ျမင့္ျမင့္…ေနရပါတယ္….

    အလုပ္ကို…တန္ဖိုးထားတဲ့…ကၽြန္ေတာ့္အစ္ကိုႀကီးဟာ…တႏွစ္မွာ(၃၆၃)ရက္…ေဆး ခန္းကို…ကိုယ္တိုင္ထိုင္ပါတယ္…သူ႔လူနာေတြကို…ဘယ္သူ..ကိုင္တြယ္ၾကည့္ရႈ…ကုသတာကိုမွ…သူစိတ္တိုင္းမက်ပါဘူး….တႏွစ္မွာ…(၂)ရက္ပဲ…ေဆးခန္းပိတ္ပါတယ္… ဒါကလဲ…သူေဆးခန္းဖြင့္ထားတဲ့…ကုန္တိုက္က…အစ္(၂)ရက္…ပိတ္ထားလို႔ပါ…

    ေအာင္ျမင္တဲ့…ေဆးခန္းတခုကို…ပိုင္ဆိုင္ထားသလို…အျခားတဖက္မွာလဲ… နိုင္ငံတကာကသိတဲ့…လူ႔အခြင့္အေရးလႈတ္ရွားသူတေယာက္…အစၥလာမ့္အခြင့္အေရးလႈတ္ရွားသူတေယာက္အျဖစ္…ထင္ရွား…လူသိမ်ားသူတေယာက္ပါ…လူ႔အခြင့္အေရး ေဖာက္ဖ်က္မႈ…အစၥလာမ္ဘာသာဝင္ေတြကို…ဖိႏွိပ္မႈေတြကို…ေတြ႔လာရင္…ျမန္မာ အစိုးရတင္မကပါဘူး…မေလးရွားအစိုးရအပါအဝင္…ဘယ္နိုင္ငံကအစိုးရကိုမဆို…ဘယ္ အဖြဲ႔ အစည္းကိုမဆို…မညွာတမ္း…ေဝဖန္ေရးသားေလ့ရွိသူပါ….

    သူကေတာ့…သူ႔ေဆးခန္းကလြဲလို႔…ဘယ္ကိုမွ…ထြက္ေလ့မရွိပါဘူး…နိုင္ငံတကာက.. လူ႔အခြင့္အေရးလႈတ္ရွားသူေတြ…ထင္ရွားတဲ့…လူ႕အခြင့္အေရးဦးစားေပးတဲ့…ဂ်ာနယ္ သမားေတြဟာ…သူ႔ေဆးခန္းရဲ႕…ဧည့္သည္ေတြအျဖစ္…အၿမဲဝင္ထြက္ေနၾကတာပါ…

    အစ္ကိုႀကီးဟာ…ႏွစ္ေပါင္းသံုးဆယ္နီးပါးၾကာေအာင္…မေလးရွားမွာ…ေနထိုင္ေနတာ ေတာင္…ျမန္မာနိုင္ငံသားအျဖစ္ကို…ယေန႔တိုင္…မစြန္႔လႊတ္ေသးပါဘူး….



    ကၽြန္ေတာ့္အစ္ကိုႀကီး…သူအင္မတန္ခ်စ္တဲ့…ျမန္မာျပည္ကို…ျပန္နိုင္ဖို႔ရာကေတာ့… လက္ရွိ…စစ္အစိုးရ…အၿပီးတိုင္ခ်ဳပ္ၿငိမ္းသြားမွဘဲ…ျဖစ္ေတာ့မွာပါ….

    ေမြးေန႔မွာ….သာယာေပ်ာ္ရႊင္…စိတ္ခ်မ္းသာစြာနဲ႔…ခ်စ္တဲ့မိသားစုနဲ႔အတူ…’ အိမ္ ‘ ကိုအျမန္ဆံုးျပန္နိုင္ပါေစ…စစ္အစိုးရ…အၿပီးတိုင္ခ်ဳပ္ၿငိမ္းပါေစလို႔….ဆုေတာင္းေပး လိုက္ပါတယ္…..


    Here is that story…

    Find heart in your home, you’ll have home in your heart (migrant story and song)

  8. drkokogyi Says:

    The title of my WordPress blog is …
    ေ၇ႊနားကြပ္တဲ့ တိမ္ဂြမ္းစိုင္
    “The cloud with the golden linen”

    Now as I am at the old age with the Grey or SILVER HAIR.
    ေငြနားကြပ္တဲ့ တိမ္ဂြမ္းစိုင္

    More appropriate to call myself as the (dark) cloud with the silver lining, adapted from…

    “Every (dark) cloud has a silver lining,”

  9. drkokogyi Says:

    Ko Ko Gyi
    ေပ ျဖစ္၇င္ ခံ တူ ျဖစ္၇င္ ႏွံ
    ခံၾက ႏွံၾက ခဏေလးပါ…

    Ba Maw
    Yesterday at 5:44 PM

    မခ် စ္လို႔မုန္း ခ် စ္လို႔ျပဳံ းလည္း
    မုန္းၾက ျပဳံ းၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    မ႐ွိလို႔ေမ်ွ ာ္ ႐ွိလို႔ေမာ္လည္း
    ေမ်ွ ာ္ၾကေမာ္ၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    သာတုန္းေတာ့စံ နိမ့္ေတာ့ခံ
    စံၾကခံၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    မလိုေတာ့ႏွင္ လိုေတာ့ခင္
    ႏွင္ၾကခင္ၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    ပါးသူကယူ ထူသူကေပး
    ယူၾကေပးၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    ငယ္ငယ္ကပ် ဳိ ႀကီးေတာ့အို
    ပ် ဳိၾကအိုၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    အေၾကာင္းေၾကာင့္ဆုံ အေၾကာင္းကုန္ေတာ့ကြဲ
    ဆုံၾကကြဲၾက ခဏေလးပါ..

    ကံေၾကာင့္လည္းေန ကံေၾကာင့္ေသ
    ေနၾကေသၾက ခဏေလးပါ……။

    Credit to original writer

  10. drkokogyi Says:

    My friend’s poem somewhat reflected my condition…

    Ba Maw
    March 9, 2018 ·

    လူေခ် ာဘဲတဲ့
    သူမ် ားေတြေျပာၾကတာပါ…

    ဆံပင္ေတြကျဖဴ ေနၿပီ
    ကြၽတ္တဲ့ဆံပင္ကမ် ား
    ဂတုံး တုံးထားသလားထင္ရတယ္

    မေႂကြလို႔က် န္ေနတဲ့သြား
    ေရထိက် ဥ္အခ် ဥ္မ် ားစားမရ..

    မ် က္စိႏွစ္ဖက္လုံး
    အၾကည္ဓာတ္ေလ် ာ့သြား
    ပါဝါမ် ားတက္ စာဖတ္ခက္ၿပီ
    မ် က္မွန္မ် ားဂ်ီ းကပ္လို႔လား
    ေလေခ် ာ္ေနခ်က္က

    လွတယ္ေခ် ာတယ္
    တြန္႔ေနမ် ားခ် က္က
    ေလ် ာ့က် ေနတဲ့
    တစစ႐ုပ္ေလ် ာ့ေနၿပီကြယ္…

    ခလုတ္မ် ားခဏခဏတိုက္
    မလိုက္ခ် င္သလိုေလး
    အလ် င္လိုလို႔မဟုတ္
    Betex. (B1 B6 B12) လည္းမကယ္ႏိုင္
    လက္မႈိင္ခ် ေနရမလို

    ေျပးမ် ားေျပးတက္လိုက္ႏိုင္ေသး
    အေပ် ာ့ေပါ့လို႔စိတ္မွာထင္

    ( ေဆး – မန္း )

  11. drkokogyi Says:

    Kaung Kin Ko

    ရိုက္ႏွက္မွႈထဲမွာ အဆုိးဆံုးက မိဘ က သားသမီးကုိ ဘာမဟုတ္တဲ့ အေၾကာင္းအရာနဲ႔ ရုိက္တာမ်ိဳးက အဆိုးဆံုးပဲ။ ေက်ာင္းကုိ ေပးလို႔ ယူသြားတဲ့ table tennis racket ကုိ တျခားသူငယ္ခ်င္း နွစ္ေယာက္ သူတို႔ဘာသာသာ လုရင္းနဲ႔ က်ိဳးသြားေတာ့လည္း အိမ္ျပန္ေရာက္ေတာ့ ကုိယ္ပဲရုိက္ခံရတယ္။ အိမ္သာက ေရပန္းေလး ေဟာင္းေနတာ က်ိဳးသြားေတာ့လည္း က်ိဳးခ်ိန္တန္လို႔ က်ိဳးတာျဖစ္မွာကုိ ကုိယ္ပဲ အရုိက္ခံရတယ္။ အဆင့္ (၁) မရရင္လည္း ရုိက္ခံရတယ္။ လူၾကီးေတြ သူ႔ဘာသာသူ ေဒါသထြက္ရင္ကို အသားလြတ္ ရုိက္ခံရတာမ်ိဳးေတြ။

    My comment:

    When I was just in Std 1 or 2 in the second I still got 1st but as the marks were lower, although I explained to my mother that tests were more difficult and the whole classmates scored less marks, I was slashed with thin rattan (Kyain Lone) on the calves that even blood oozed out. Even my grandma who seen that cried. But what to do…

    My mother successfully shaped me or brain washed me for my numerous academic achievements.

    For my younger bros…she could accept if they get position 1 to 3 and later deteriorated to 1 to 10.

    Anyway I thanked both of my parents for rewarding and praising when I get 1st. Before that I felt that I was not loved as I have to stay with my grandma in Mdy when I was young. Later only when we were united, but my younger brothers don’t allow me join in their games as I was older and won most of the time. So I used to disturb their games, fought with them and was punished frequently.

    When my mother came and visit me in Malaysia, instead of telling my good side, achievements and always helped in the chores of house-work and business works she told my children how naughty I was. Since then, I started to write my blog as an autobiography. Now both of my parents passed away…I always pray for them and even thanked them for making me who I am.

    FYI 2 kids became Medical doctors and the eldest is doing PhD in Prince University (University Putra Malaysia).

  12. drkokogyi Says:

    My ALL grand parents were Burmese citizens and after Independence, three of my surviving grandparents, my parents and I got the first issue of NRC or National Registration Cards. Although I was born in Mandalay (at the corner of 29×83 street) and lived in Mandalay, Meiktila, Kalaw and shifted back to Mandalay and never been to any foreign countries, I was denied the Internal or local Master training in Surgery in Mandalay, remarked by DGME (Director General of Medical Education) as they could not give an Indian (called with the derogatory word Kalar) for the training just because I am a Muslim. He remarked that if I were a Chinese, he could just allowed me.

    Alhamdulillah, now I could remove the glass ceiling above of children and grandchildren in Malaysia. And I could fight with Myanmar Military, NLD, Min Aung Hlaing, Daw Suum Racist monks from Ma Ba Tha and some of the short sighted racist people/cyber-troopers etc. If not I have to close my eyes, ears and mouth inside the country.

    Just look at the following news to see the different treatment in other civilized countries esp USA.

    At Trump impeachment hearings, ‘American Dream’ looms large @ https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/world/2019/11/24/at-trump-impeachment-hearings-american-dream-looms-large/

  13. drkokogyi Says:

    When I die..Poem by Rumi
    when my coffin
    is being taken out
    you must never think
    I am missing this world

    don’t shed any tears
    don’t lament or feel sorry
    I’m not falling
    into a monster’s abyss

    when you see
    my corpse is being carried
    don’t cry for my leaving
    I’m not leaving
    I’m arriving at eternal love

    when you leave me
    in the grave
    don’t say goodbye
    remember a grave is
    only a curtain
    for the paradise behind

    you’ll only see me
    descending into a grave
    now watch me rise
    how can there be an end
    when the sun sets or
    the moon goes down

    it looks like the end
    it seems like a sunset
    but in reality it is a dawn
    when the grave locks you up
    that is when your soul is freed

    Have you ever seen
    a seed fallen to earth
    not rise with a new life
    why should you doubt the rise
    of a seed named human

    have you ever seen
    a bucket lowered into a well
    coming back empty
    why lament for a soul
    when it can come back
    like Joseph from the well

    when for the last time
    you close your mouth
    your words and soul
    will belong to the world of
    no place no time

    Rumi is a poet and Spiritual Sufi Master. His work was written in Persian and translated to many languages world wide. The translation looses the spirit of poetry but the essence remains.

  14. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    My father U Aung Min @ Sheik Mohamad Zafrudin and his youngest brother U Aung Khin @ Chotoo Bai were ardent followers in Mandalay Tabligh group.

    My father forced us to follow him to June Masjid on every Thursday evening to participate in the weekly Tabligh gathering for Asur, Magrib and Asiah prayers.

    I even once followed to a yearly Tabligh gathering at June Masjid and recorded all the preaching in the tape recorder. At that time in about 1965,  a tape recorder was a luxury and a priced possession of the time.

    But I hate them when the used to forced or coerced the followers to donate time and to give the name list for 3 days or one week or 40 days.

    Understanding the tabligh movement beyond Covid-19
    Abdar Rahman KoyaMarch 18, 2020 @ https://drkokogyi9.wordpress.com/2020/03/18/understanding-the-tabligh-movement/

  15. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    As a GP doctor in the front line I am in danger of infected with Covid-19.

    Once I am infected, my morbidity risk would be very high as I am 70ys old and is suffering from Bronchial Asthma, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 and Vasomotor Rhinitis.

    I hereby wish to present my favourite Iranian Poem by Rumi to my friends and my family.Ironically if RUMI were alive now, with the High rating Epidemic in his motherland, he might give a lovely poem about Covid-19 for all of us. @ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumi

  16. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    I dare to protest (not the street protest) or complaint to any authority, be it a PM, President, Military General or any Political leader…

    Please kindly read here to know my habit…
    Although CLINICS are not restricted under the MCO, AEON JUSCO is restricting our opening hrs and mode of operation! @ https://drkokogyi9.wordpress.com/2020/03/24/although-clinics-are-not-restricted-under-the-mco-aeon-jusco-is-restricting-our-opening-hrs-and-mode-of-operation/comment-page-1/#comment-6518

  17. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    My wife and I registered to perform Hajj this year but we have already postponed last week. Scared that even if Saudi opened, there is still a danger of a spread this year.
    READ ALL HERE @ https://drkokogyi9.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/hajj-is-blocked-the-sacred-mosque-is-closed-40-times-before/

  18. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    I used to apologize and happy to say sorry IF I have wronged on anyone. But even my nursing staff and most of the family members never used to say sorry to me even if they are found out or proved to be wrong. @

  19. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    My dear friend U Tun Aung Kyaw Haji sent this message to me…

    Many many happy returns of the day Dear Doctor Sahib.

    You as a true inspiration not only for the Burmese Diasporas in Malaysia but also worldwide Facebook followers.

    Your contributions on political, social,religious and medical fields are beneficial, valued and admired by all of us.

    May Almighty Allah bless you with wisdom, good health, happiness and prosperity.

  20. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Maung Maung

    ဆိုင္သလား မဆိုင္ဘူးလားဆိုတာ
    ကိုယ္ဥာဏ္ရည္နဲ႕ကိုယ္ ဆုံးျဖတ္
    ဒီကေန႕ျမန္မာနိုင္ငံ ICJ တရား႐ုံး
    ေရာက္သြားတာကို စဥ္းစားမိရင္း
    ခဲ့ရသူ မဟုတ္ဘူး
    ငယ္ငယ္႐ြယ္႐ြယ္နဲ႕ အိမ္ေထာင္က်ခဲ့
    သားသမီး ႐ွစ္ေယာက္ကိုေမြးဖြားခဲ့ၿပီး
    သားသမီးေတြကို ႏွစ္ႏွစ္ႀကီး ႏွစ္ႏွစ္ငယ္ ေမြးခဲ့ေတာ့
    အားလုံး ေ႐ွ႕ဆင့္ေနာက္ဆင့္ လူလားေျမာက္
    ျပသနာ မ်ားခဲ့တယ္
    ဒီအေျခအေနမွာ အေမဟာ သားေတြကို
    ဘဝမွာ မိုက္႐ိုင္းရမ္းကားသူေတြမျဖစ္ေအာင္
    ထိုက္သင့္တဲ့ပညာေတြ တတ္ကြၽမ္းေအာင္
    တင္းၾကပ္တဲ့ စည္းမ်ဥ္းစည္းကမ္းေတြနဲ႔
    သားေတြကို ထိန္းသိမ္းဆံုမ ပဲ့ျပင္ခဲ့တယ္
    ဘယ္သူနဲ႔ ဘာျပသနာမွမျဖစ္ေအာင္
    ထိန္သိမ္းဆံုးမ ၾကပ္မတ္ခဲ့သလို
    တစံုတရာ ျပသနာျဖစ္လာရင္လဲ
    အျခားသူကို ျပသနာလုပ္တာမ်ိဳးမလုပ္ပဲ
    ကိုယ့္သားသမီးကို အရင္ သြန္သင္
    သူမ်ားက ကိုယ့္ကိုဆဲလို႔ ျပန္ဆဲခဲ့မိတယ္
    အနဲဆံုး အေမရဲ႕ လက္သံေျပာင္လွတဲ့
    ပါး အ႐ိုက္ခံရမယ္
    ေက်ာင္းမွာ ျပသနာတခုခုျဖစ္လို႔
    ဆရာ ဆရာမ အတိုင္ခံရတယ္
    ရံုးခန္းသြား ေျဖ႐ွင္းရတယ္ဆိုရင္
    ေျခသားလံုးမွာ ႀကိမ္ဒဏ္ရာ အရိွဳး
    အနဲဆံုး သံုးခ်က္ကေတာ့ ေသျခာတယ္
    ျပသနာကို အက်ိဳးနဲ႔အေၾကာင္းနဲ႔
    ေျဖ႐ွင္းေပးတာ ေနာက္မွ
    ဒီကေန႔ ႏိုင္ငံတကာမွာ အ႐ွက္တကြဲ အက်ိဳးနဲေစတဲ့
    အေမသာဆို ဘယ္လိုသေဘာထားမလဲ
    ဘာလုပ္မလဲ စဥ္းစားၾကည့္မိတာပါ
    မွားတာမွန္တာ ေနာက္ထား
    ႀကိမ္လံုး အရိွဳးရာေတြ ထပ္ေနမွာ ေသျခာတယ္
    မိဆံုးမ ဖဆံုးမ သားသမီးေတြပါ

  21. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Much ado about my name
    1.My name is (Abdul) Rahman @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2010/04/24/my-name-is-abdul-rahman/

  22. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Much ado about my name
    1.My name is (Abdul) Rahman 2 @ https://drkokogyi.wordpress.com/2010/04/25/my-name-is-abdul-rahman-2/

  23. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Much ado about my name
    My Myanmar Name is Ko Ko Gyi @ https://drkokogyi9.wordpress.com/2020/12/24/my-myanmar-name-is-ko-ko-gyi/

  24. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Maung Maung


    ျမန္မာအစိုးရ ဂုဏ္သိကၡာရွိပါ

    ၁၉၆၂ စစ္အာဏာသိမ္းၿပီးခ်ိန္
    ေနာက္ဆုံးနိုင္ငံတကာတိုင္းျပည္ေတြထိ ေရာက္ရွိသြားခဲ့ၾကတယ္…
    ၁၉၈၈ဒီမိုကေရစီအေရးေတာ္ပုံႀကီး ၿဖိဳခြဲခံရၿပီးတဲ့ေနာက္မွာ
    မိမိဘဝဝမ္းစာအတြက္႐ုန္းကန္ ပညာေရးအခြင့္အလမ္းအတြက္လည္း
    Free Burma Free Aung San Su Kyi
    စတဲ့ ေႂကြးေၾကာ္သံေတြ
    ျမန္မာျပည္အတြက္ ကမၻာ့ျပည္သူေတြက
    ေတာေတာင္ေတြထဲခိုေအာင္းၾကရင္း ဖိႏွိပ္လြန္းတဲ့စစ္အစိုးရကိုေတာ္လွန္ရင္း
    ဂ႐ုစိုက္ရမယ္ မွန္ကန္ဖို႔လိုတယ္…
    သူတို႔ရဲ႕ ဂုဏ္သိကၡာလည္းရွိတယ္
    သူတို႔ရဲ႕ ႐ုပ္ပိုင္းစိတ္ပိုင္းဒဏ္ရာေတြကို
    ကုစားေပးဖို႔ လိုသလို
    ႁခြင္းခ်က္ ကန့္သတ္ခ်က္မရွိ
    အစိုးရရဲ႕ ကမ္းလွမ္းခ်က္မွာ
    မိမိတို႔ တတ္သိကြၽမ္းက်င္သည့္
    ပညာ အေတြ႕အႀကဳံတို႔ျဖင့္
    တတ္သိပညာရွင္ဆိုတဲ့ စကားဟာလည္း
    ပညာေကာင္းေကာင္းသင္ခြင့္မရခဲ့လို႔ နိုင္ငံတကာပညာေရးနဲ႕ခ်ိတ္ဆက္မမိျဖစ္ၿပီး
    ဘြဲ႕ေတြ ဒီပလိုမာေတြ မရနိုင္တဲ့သူေတြလည္း
    ဘယ္လို မ်က္ႏွာနဲ႕ ေလွ်ာက္ထားရမွာလဲ…
    ေပးဆပ္ခဲ့ရတဲ့ အခ်ိန္ေတြ အလုပ္ေတြ
    ဘဝေတြ ႏုပ်ိဳမႈေတြက
    နိုင္ငံေတာ္အတြက္ မဟုတ္ခဲ့လို႔လား…
    တျပည္လုံးက ျပည္သူေတြအတြက္ ထည့္စဥ္းစား႐ုံတင္လည္းမရ
    ခုလိုစီးစီးပိုးပိုး ခ်ိဳးႏွိမ္ဖိတ္ေခၚမႈမ်ိဳးကေတာ့
    ဖိတ္ေခၚသူမွာလည္း သိကၡာမရွိ
    တိုင္းျပည္အတြက္လည္း ဂုဏ္သိကၡာမရွိျဖစ္ေစတယ္…
    ဂုဏ္သိကၡာရွိတဲ့ ေခါင္းေဆာင္ေတြလို႔
    ဂုဏ္သိကၡာရွိတဲ့ တိုင္းျပည္လို႔
    မိမိတိုင္းျပည္အတြက္ ဂုဏ္ယူခ်င္ရင္
    လူတိုင္းရဲ႕ လူ႕ဂုဏ္သိကၡာကို ေလးစားတန္ဖိုးထားၿပီး
    ဂုဏ္သိကၡာရွိရွိ ေတြးေခၚေဆာင္႐ြက္ဖို႔
    January 14th 2020

  25. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    အတ္စလာမ္မို့အာလိုင္ကြမ္း နွင္းနွင္း အစ္စလာမ္ဆိုလိုက္ပါတယ္ Dr ကိုကိုျကီး
    ႏွင္းႏွင္း ကိုမွတ္မိလား ငယ္ငယ္ တုံး ကိုကိုႀကီးရဲ႕ လူနာေလးပါ

    အပ္စလမ္ မို႔အာလိုက္ ကြန္း ပါ ဆရာႀကီး
    ႏွင္းႏွင္း အမာကလည္း အသက္ ၈၇ ရွိပါၿပီ
    ဆရာႀကီး သေဘာေကာင္းတာ မၾကာခဏ သါးအမိ။ ေျပာမိပါတယ္
    ကိုကိုႀကီး လို ေစသနာ ဆရာဝန္ အခုအခ်ိန္မွာ ရွားပါးေနပါၿပီ တဲ့
    ေက်းဇူးရွင္ ဆရာဝန္ ႀကီး ပါ
    အမာက သတိရ တိုင္း။ ဒိုအာျပဳပါတယ္ မွာလိုက္တယ္
    က်မ္း မာပါေစ

    ဆရာ ႏွင္းႏွင္းကိုမမွတ္မိေတာ့ဘူးထင္ပါတယ္ အရင္ကႏွင္းႏွင္းတို႔အိမ္မွာ အိမ္ဆိုင္ဖြင့္ထားတယ္ေလ
    ဆရာအိမ္ေဆးခန္း နဲ႔လဲနီးတယ္ ဆရာအေမ အန္တီၫြန႔္ မမေအးတို႔လည္း အမာတို႔နဲ႔ ရပ္ေဆြ ရပ္မ်ိဳး သိပ္ရင္းႏွီးၾကပါတယ္
    ႏွင္းႏွင္းလဲ သိပ္ခ်စ္ၾကတယ္

    ဆရာ ႏွင္းႏွင္းကိုမမွတ္မိေတာ့ဘူးထင္ပါတယ္ အရင္ကႏွင္းႏွင္းတို႔အိမ္မွာ အိမ္ဆိုင္ဖြင့္ထားတယ္ေလ

    ဆရာအိမ္ေဆးခန္း နဲ႔လဲနီးတယ္ ဆရာအေမ အန္တီၫြန႔္ မမေအးတို႔လည္း အမာတို႔နဲ႔ ရပ္ေဆြ ရပ္မ်ိဳး သိပ္ရင္းႏွီးၾကပါတယ္
    ႏွင္းႏွင္းလဲ သိပ္ခ်စ္ၾကတယ္

    ႏွင္းႏွင္း ႏွလုံးေရာဂါရွိေတာ့ ငယ္တုံးက ေဆးခန္းအၿမဲလာျပရတာေပါ့ ႏွင္းႏွင္းကို ညီမအရင္းတေယာက္လိုပဲ ခ်စ္ခဲ့ခင္ ခဲ့ပါတယ္
    တလတႀကိမ္ ႏွလုံးေဆး အၿမဲလာထိုးရၿပီး ေဆးကျပင္းၿပီ
    လူက ေသးေလးမို႔ နာမွာစိုးရိမ္ၿပီး ထုံေဆးေတါင္ထည့္ထိုးေပးခဲ့တာ အပ္ ႀကီး ေသး အစုံနဲ႔ အပင္ပန္းခံ လို႔ေဆးကုသခဲ့ပါတယ္
    ပိုက္ဆံဆို လုံးဝ မယူခဲ့ပါဘူး

    ႏွင္းႏွင္း အဒါ XX အဘီ ေဒၚXX ဆိုလည္း ေဆးကုေပးခဲ့တယ္ အလာအမိန႔္ခံသြားတာေတါင္ ဆရာစိတ္မေကာင္း ျဖစ္ေနတာပါ

    ႏွင္း တို႔ရဲ႕ေက်းဇူးရွင္ဆရာပါ။ သိပ္သေဘာထားျပည့္ဝ ခဲ့ပါတယ္ ဆရာ
    အပါ ဆရာဦးXXး အမာ ေဒၚXXပါ အပါဆုံးတာ ၅ႏွသ္ေက်ာ္ပါၿပီ
    ‌ဆရာ စိန္ပန္းေျပာင္းသြားလို႔ လိုက္ရွာၿပီး ေဆးထိုးရပါတယ္

    ဆရာအိမ္ေထာင္က် ႏိုင္ငံျခားထြက္သြားေတါ့မွ Dr ဂူဟား Dr ဘိစဝပ္ တို႔ရဲ႕ လက္မွတ္နဲ႔
    ၁၂ အ႐ြယ္ ရန္ကုန္သြားခဲ့ Dr ဦးရဲျမင့္ ဆီခြဲစိပ္ ခဲ့ၿပီး
    ေဆး႐ုံ ၂လေက်ာ္ခဲ့ တယ္

    အလါအလိုေတာ္နဲ႔ ေအာင္ျမင္ခဲ့ပါတယ္

    ဆရာကို လိုင္ေပၚမွာေတြ႕ လိုက္
    ရေတာ့ ငါ့ဆရာႀကီး ပဲဆို ဝမ္းသာ ေပ်ာ္႐ႊင္လြန္းလို႔
    ဆက္သြယ္ လိုက္တာပါ

    အမာလည္း ေျပာျပ ပုံေတြလဲျပေတါ့ အမာကဝမ္းသါၿပီး
    ညီး ဆရာ ညီးကို မွတ္မိ ေအါင္
    ေျပာျပပါ အားေပးလို႔ပါ

    မက္ေဆ့ ရွည္လို႔စိတ္အေႏွာက္ယွက္ နဲ႔ အမွားပါရင္ မားဖ္ လုပ္ေပးပါ ဆရာ ဒါဆို ႏွင္းႏွင္းကို မွတ္မိသြားၿပီလား

    ဆရာေသခ်ာမွတ္မိေအါင္ ေနာက္မွ ပုံေလးေတြ ရွာပို႔လိုက္ပါမယ္ေနာ္

    ဆရာကို ေလးစားလြန္းလို႔ပါ

    က်မ္းမာေရးဆိုင္ရာ သိခ်င္တာ အဆင္ေျပခ်ိန္ေမးပါမယဆရာအားရင္ ေျဖၾကားေပးပါေနာ္

    အလာသေဘာ တူတဲ့အခ်ိန္ ဆရာကို ေတႊ႕ခႊင့္ရဘို႔ ဒိုအာလုပ္ပါတယ္
    ႏွင္းႏွင္း က်မ္းမာေရးလဲ ဒိုအာလုပ္ပါ

    ဆရာလဲ က်မ္းမာစြာ န႔ ေအဗါရတ္မ်ားလုပ္ႏိုင္ပါေစ
    အသက္ရွည္ ပါ ေစ လို႔

    ဒိုအာ ျပဳ လိုက္ ပါတယ္
    အပ္ စလမ္ မို႔ အာ လိုက္ ကြန္း

  26. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    My dear friend Haji U Tun Aung Kyaw sent this message to me…

    Many many happy returns of the day Dear Doctor Sahib.
    You as a true inspiration not only for the Burmese Diasporas in Malaysia but also worldwide Facebook followers.
    Your contributions on political, social,religious and medical fields are beneficial, valued and admired by all of us.
    May Almighty Allah bless you with wisdom, good health, happiness and prosperity.

  27. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    ီDr Aung Min
    My reply to him…Dear friend…not because of me BUT you have tried so hard with perseverance ဇွဲ.

  28. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Lone’Saiaung Surgeon
    Saya l hv known you since my undergraduate period of 1970s.We knew you as a brilliant and smart Dr.who got many distinctions.I know well your brothers prof. KMHtwe and physician KMK with whom I hv been together in NSM..military service.

  29. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Your (i.e. mine) score is 83.2, higher than 78.2% of the people who have completed this task.
    The average score is 78, and most people score between 74 and 82. The lowest score was 24 and the highest was 96 in our published sample. Although the score theoretically ranges from 0 to 200, scores above 100 are extremely unlikely on first attempts. The highest total score we have seen is 107. See how other people are performing on Twitter.

    Calculation details
    The score is computed by taking the average semantic distance between each of the words. These distances are computed by measuring how often the words are used together in similar contexts.

    We use the first seven valid words out of the ten. Using a subset of words allows for some redundancy; you can include up to three invalid words (e.g., misspelled words or words that are too technical) while still receiving an overall score.

    Creativity is a complex process and this task measures only a sliver of it. The task focuses on verbal creativity and divergent thinking, the ability to generate diverse responses to an open-ended problem. In our research, scores on this task correlate with performance on a range of other creativity measures. The task has its limitations; it measures only one aspect of one type of creativity. People who are creative can still get a low score.

    You can try the task again now that you know how it is scored, but note that only the first score (before seeing the feedback) is valid.
    @ https://www.datcreativity.com/task

  30. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    The Divergent Association Task measures verbal creativity in under 4 minutes.
    It involves thinking of unrelated ideas. People who are more creative tend to think of ideas with greater “distances” between them.

    We recommend that you take the test before you learn more about it. You can also read our open-access manuscript in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

    #TECH: Online tool for testing your verbal creativity
    A tool shared online by Harvard University offers a measure of our creativity, or more precisely, our divergent thinking. This online test focuses on verbal creativity, and takes less than four minutes to complete. So, are you ready to put your creativity to the test?

    Harvard University psychologists have developed a test based on a single challenge to exercise your inventiveness. The test, taken by more than 9,000 people from 98 countries, is available online at http://www.datcreativity.com. The rule is simple, but it’s designed to stretch your mind: choose 10 words that are as different as possible from each other.

    In less than four minutes, the time it takes to complete the questionnaire, the algorithm that calculates the results generates a score ranging from 0 to 200. Participants’ average score is 78. @ https://www.nst.com.my/lifestyle/bots/2021/08/715907/tech-online-tool-testing-your-verbal-creativity

  31. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    Happiest day of my life.
    Although simple test where I scored 83.2, higher than 78.2% of the people who have completed this task, I am elated that my son Zin’s score is 91.26. And my two grand kids (11 yr and 9 yr old) scored
    92.73 (higher than 98.63 of the people who completed this task) and 86.14.

  32. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    ခင်မောင် စန်း

    ဝန်ထမ်းကောင်းတွေ ဘာ့ကြောင့်အလုပ်ထွက်ကြတာလဲ
    အလုပ်ထွက်ဖို့ ဘာကြောင့်ဆုံးဖြတ်ကြတာလဲ???
    ၁။ မှန်တဲ့အရာကိုလုပ်တာတောင် ကိုယ့်အထက်လူကြီးက ကိုယ့်ဖက်က မရပ်တည်ပေးတော့တဲ့အချိန်။
    ၂။ (Vision) မရှိ၊ (Mission) မသိ၊ (strategy) နတ္ထိနဲ့ကြုံရာကျပမ်းခ်ိုင်းတာတွေများလာတဲ့အချိန်။
    ၃။ လက်ရှိအလုပ်မှာ သင်ယူစရာ ဘာမှမရှိတော့တဲ့အချိန်။
    ၄။ ကြိုက်တဲ့အချိန်ထွက်သွား နောက်လူအစားထိုးလို့ရတယ်လို့ မပြောရုံတမယ် အဆက်ဆံခံလာရတဲ့အချိန်။
    ၅။ အောင်မြင်မှုတွေအတွက် မဖြစ်စလာက်သာ ချီးမြှင့်ပြောဆိုတော့တဲ့အချိန်။
    ၆။ လက်ရှိအလုပ်မှာ ကိုယ့်ဘဝအနာဂတ် ဝေဝါးလာတဲ့အချိန်။
    ၇။ ကိုယ့် အကြံဉာဏ်ဆိုတာ နားထောင်စရာလို့တောင် မတွေးကြတော့တဲ့အချိန်။
    ၈။ ကိုယ့်အထက်လူကြီးက မယောင်ရာဆီလူး အသေးအဖွဲလေးတွေနဲ့ပဲ အလုပ်ရှုပ်ချင်ယောင်ဆောင်နေတဲ့အချိန်။
    ၉။ ကိုယ့်ရဲ့ အလုပ်ပေါ်သစ္စာရှိမှု! အလုပ်ကြိုးစားမှုတွေကို အသိအမှတ်ပြုခြင်းမခံရတော့တဲ့အချိန်။
    အချက် (၉) ချက်က တစ်ချက်လောက်ထိမိရင် တချားအလုပ်က (offer) ပေးတာနဲ့ နားထောင်ကြလိမ့်မယ်။
    အချက် (၉) ချက်ထဲက တစ်ချက်ထက်ပိုပြီး ရင်ဆိုင်နေရမယ်ဆိုရင်တော့ တချားအလုပ်ကို ကိုယ်တိုင်လိုက်ရှာလိမ့်မယ်။

  33. Dr Ko Ko Gyi Says:

    (မဃဒေဝ။ ၂၀၅။)

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