Posts Tagged ‘Rangoon’

Why do Bamas FAILED TO DEMAND the British that YOU WANT the LAND ONLY not the people on that land

November 21, 2013

If you want to accuse Muslims as coming in with British Colonialism… Just think a little bit..
India and Burma was the British owned lands, they even combined into one once, they had the right to bring or shift any SERVANTS anywhere…
Why do Bama leaders FAILED TO DEMAND the ruling British before getting Independence that YOU WANT the LAND ONLY not the people on that land?
IF you dare to say that, definitely British would give you the Bama majority areas ONLY as Burma.


Metamorphosing of Democratic Icon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi into Bigot Dictator?

October 25, 2013

Please read my article in Burma Digest using the Pseudonym SHWE BA  and shared in my San Oo Aung blog

Myanmar Folk Tale: Metamorphosis of Saviors into Monsters

Once upon a time, long long time ago, there was a village in a far away remote area of Burma called, let’s say, Shwe Bama village. Because of the constant disturbances of the wild beast, the villagers were wishing, praying and waiting for a hero to fight and kill the beast and to liberate them.

One day a prince came to the village and offered his self-less humanitarian voluntary service for the liberation of the village. The prince fought and successfully killed the beast, so the villagers thanked him and offered all the rewards including the right to rule their village. But later the kindhearted, handsome and noble prince surprisingly disappeared from the village. Worse of all, there also suddenly appeared a new ogre (giant) in the forest near the village. So the villagers were very sad and just prayed and wished for another warrior to help them.


Sir Adamjee Haji Dawood the Muslim who donate free Yangon Tram Pass for Monks

September 15, 2013

Tram free ride for monks

Sir Adamjee Haji Dawood
Director, Rangoon Electric Tramways, Rangoon (Burma)

  • Ko Ko Gyi I heard the owner of this electric train was a ?Muslim but donate a free ride for monks in the morning for “Soon Khan Kwya”.
  • Ko Ko Gyi TQ Ko Maung Khin for confirmation of the owner of the Muslim Tram, Sir Adamjee Haji Dawood, Director, Rangoon Electric Tramways, Rangoon (Burma) who donated the free ride for monks.
  • Maung Maung Ko I Think he also owned ” NAT THA MEE ” Match factory
  • Maung Khin Yes sure…in his chronology… 1923 Established a Largest Match Factory in Asia at Rangoon (Burma).
  • Maung Maung Ko During my young age his name was one of the long and difficult to pronounce as written on the small little match boxes..
  • Ko Myo Yes that Bangali Kalar Gyi tried to burn our Golden Land down with his matches! !!!!
  • Ko Ko Gyi And the popular joke at that time was “Oo du thone par khan thee” associated with the brand of his matches.


Ingraining the 969 Ideology

July 1, 2013

Ingraining the 969 Ideology By , June 27, 2013

Wimala Biwuntha shows a 969 logo during the introduction speech ceremony in a monastery in Rangoon, April 22, 2013. (Photo: Reuters)

RANGOON — Wimala Biwuntha is a pint-sized monk with boyish features who could barely see over the lectern during his recent sermon to a mesmerized crowd at a Rangoon monastery. Yet his stature in Burma grows daily, thanks to his stark message to fellow Buddhists: “We are digging our own graves.”


Marriage or Divorce? Democracy is the key to answer

January 25, 2013

Marriage or Divorce? Democracy is the key to answer by Henri-André Aye

The Panglong Agreement was an attempt to build a union out of desperate peoples. The agreement was a political marriage, trying to unite the Bamar and the non-Bamar to live together in peace and dignity. It was a marriage of political convenience — but one without love. And the honeymoon was short-lived as communist insurgency, Kuomintang invasion, and ethnic rebellion came knocking on the door.  A marriage without love could last but you can’t expect it to bring much harmony.  It did not work in the past. It does not work at present. It will not work in the future unless the climate of mistrust and animosity can fundamentally change. Otherwise, we should all admit that divorce is the proper answer.


U Gambira transferred to Insein Prison, Facing up to 30 Years

December 3, 2012

U Gambira transferred to Insein Prison, Facing up to 30 Years

UPDATE Daw Yay (U Gambira’s mother) was not arrested, but she was there when her son was arrested and she insisted that she should be brought together with her son. That’s why she was brought to police station where U Gambira was official charged and remanded. (more…)

Myanmar Government’s lies about Rakhines and agent provocateurs’ Genocide

October 6, 2012

But Myanmar Government’s lies about Rakhine Conflict are stupidly sound untruthful and the murders committed by Rakhines and agent provocateurs are clearly seen as Genocide by the FREE WORLD.


“ရန္ကုန္ျမိဳ႕ရဲ့ သမိုင္းတစြန္းတစ နဲ႕ လူမ်ိဳးမ်ား ဝင္ေရာက္ အေျခခ်ေနထိုင္ပုံ”

October 6, 2012

Source: “ရန္ကုန္ျမိဳ႕ရဲ့ သမိုင္းတစြန္းတစ နဲ႕ လူမ်ိဳးမ်ား ဝင္ေရာက္ အေျခခ်ေနထိုင္ပုံ”

မူရင္းေဆာင္းပါးရွင္ – ဝါးလံုးရွည္အတီး

တို႕ျမန္မာေတြရဲ့ အျမင္စူးရွျပီး တလြဲဆံပင္ေကာင္းပုံတခ်ိဳ႕ကိုအနည္းငယ္ထင္ျပလိုပါတယ္ခင္မ်ာ။အခုတေလာ အတီးတင္တဲ့ေရွးေဟာင္းပုံေတြမွာပါလာတတ္တဲ့ ကိုယ့္အဘိုးအဘြား အရြယ္ေလာက္ရွိတဲ့ လူမ်ိဳးျခားေတြကို တခ်ိဳ႕ကဘုမသိ၊ဘမသိနဲ႕ အသားလြတ္ ဝင္ေရာက္ ဆဲဆိုတာေတြ၊ေနာက္ပိုင္းမွ ႏိုင္ငံကို အေျခခ်လာျပီး ေအာက္တန္းစားအလုပ္ေတြကို လုပ္ကိုင္ေနၾကသူေတြ အျဖစ္ ႐ႈ႕ျမင္လာၾကတာကို အေတာ္မ်ားမ်ားေတြ႕လာရပါတယ္။

အေလာင္းမင္းတရားၾကီးလက္ထက္ ရန္ကုန္ျမိဳ႕ေျမပုံ(၁၇၅၅ ခုႏွစ္)
Photo via Ye Myat Thu


Religious Freedom Report of Myanmar (Burma)

July 31, 2012

Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor International Religious Freedom Report for 2011


The constitution and other laws and policies restrict religious freedom. The government implemented considerable political reforms, but did not demonstrate a trend toward either improvement or deterioration in respect for and protection of the right to religious freedom. The government maintained restrictions on certain religious activities and limited freedom of religion, although it generally permitted adherents of government-registered religious groups to worship as they chose. While constraints on respect for and protection of the right to religious freedom continued, the community of Christian churches reported a notable easing of restrictions on church building and a positive relationship with the Ministry of Religion, including the ministry’s organization of interfaith dialogues. The government also passed a new law to protect freedom of assembly and procession and provided greater access to ethnic minority areas for U.S. officials and organizations.


Amerapoora, View at N. end of the Wooden Bridge built by Burmese Muslim U Baing

January 2, 2011

Source: British Library, Online Gallery. Photograph by Linnaeus Tripe, from a portfolio of 120 prints, showing a view of the wooden bridge (U Bein Bridge) at Amarapura in Burma (Myanmar). In 1855 an officer from the Madras Infantry, Linneaus Tripe, was attached as official photographer to the diplomatic mission sent from India to the Burmese capital of Amarapura.