Posts Tagged ‘Chinese’

ကုိးကန္႔တုိင္းရင္းသားတဲ႔၊ ဂဇက္တက္ဝင္ ပန္းေသးႀကေတာ႔ နုိင္ငံၿခားသားတဲ႔ဗ်ာ

September 21, 2013

FB of KoMaung Khin

တရုတ္အနြယ္ခ်င္းတူတာေတာင္မွ ….

တစ္ခါတစ္ေလလည္း အေတာ္ရယ္စရာေကာင္းတယ္။ တရုတ္နြယ္ဖြားထဲက ကုိးကန္႔ circle ထဲမွာေနတဲ႔ ဟန္တရုတ္ေတြႀကေတာ႔ ေနရာ အရပ္ေဒသနံမည္ကုိ အမည္သညွာအစြဲၿပဳၿပီး ကုိးကန္႔တုိင္းရင္းသားတဲ႔၊ ဂဇက္တက္ဝင္ ပန္းေသးႀကေတာ႔ အစၥလာမ္ဘာသာဝင္ၿဖစ္ေတာ႔ နုိင္ငံၿခားသားတဲ႔ဗ်ာ။

Tin Lay Zaw လူသတ္ ဘိန္းေမွာင္ခို ကိုမွ အေဖေတာ္ ခ်င္ေနေတာ့လဲ ခက္သား

I wrote>>>All Ko Kant leaders are officially recorded as BORN IN MAINLAND CHINA.


Myanmar/Burma’s politics can be summed up as ‘neo-Feudal gangsterism’

August 21, 2013
Test your Burma expertise and knowledge.

Burma’s politics can be summed up as ‘neo-Feudal gangsterism’.

I am distilling what I know in all these years doing and studying the country’s affairs:

1) the discourses of nation-building, nationalism, patriotism conceal the fundamentally mafia-like political economy where various stakeholders in Burma slice the pie.

2) who are the stakeholders?

a) the generals, b) retired generals, c) the strategically placed state military and ex-military managers, d) multi-billion dollar narcotics and smuggling networks (Kokant, Wa, Chinese, etc), e) crony-front-men, f) powerful armed ethnic leaders, g) international and regional money launderers and last but not least, h) international and regional corporate interests.

General Ne Win’s Agent Provocateurs before massacring at anti-Chinese Riots

October 7, 2012

In 1967, Latha Secondary School was torched by the henchmen of Ne Win’s government, where school girls were burnt alive. Similarly, Chinese shops were looted and set on fire. Public attention was successfully diverted by Ne Win from the uncontrollable inflation, scarcity of consumer items and rising prices of rice.


မ်က္ကန္းမ်ဳိးခ်စ္ or Ultranationalists

April 30, 2012

I just learnt about 100 sentences of Cantonese Chinese to help me effectively communicate with my patients. I was shocked to learn that even in that very limited 100 sentences, there are HUNDREDS of Chinese words similar in sounding as well as meaning with Myanmar words.

Yes we all know that both Chinese and Myanmar language are from the Tibeto-Burman/Tibeto-Chinese language group.


The Land of the Pure and True (Muslims in China- Part 1)

November 28, 2010

Source: The Land of the Pure and True (Muslims in China) By Ethar El-Katatney Professional Journalist & Contributor to Egypt Today Magazine – Egypt

I got into a rickshaw in Beijing and my 65–year-old wrinkled driver immediately whizzed me through the hutongs — old, narrow alleyways. He looked at me and talked in Chinese. I turned to my guide.