Posts Tagged ‘Sai Kham Leik’

Dear Nan letter No 12

September 1, 2013

Compassionate letter 12,“The End of the Saga”

As Bo Aung Din in Burma Digest

Dear Nan,

If you could remember, I sent my first letter on our wedding anniversary, that is 12th February (our National day commemorating forming the foundation of our union, the day we signed our matrimonial agreement at Panglon) and that is also your birthday, the Shan National day. And coincidently that is two day’s prior to the Valentine day, the day of lovers. And I wrote the letter to you because your father announced our divorce declaration that is the Shan leaders announcement of the separation from Burma/Myanmar and the forming of an Independent Shan Country.

And another strange coincidence that leads to my compassionate letters was because of a DVD of Sai Kham Leik/Sai Hti Sai’s songs sent by my brother. While I was enjoying my renaissance or daydreaming back the good old young era, my children keep on doing their daily routine even without noticing my favourite songs. So I decided to explain or translate the songs to them. And the rest is the minute history of a saga of these compassionate letters to my ‘estranged wife’.


LYC Dr. Daw Nwe Nwe Tint and I (2)

September 1, 2013


Source:FB of Dr. Daw Tint Tint Kyi

I HEREBY ADMIT THAT I NEVER GET THE PERMISSION OF MY FRIENDS, Dr Sai Kham Leik and Dr. Nwe Nwe Tin to use their names and songs for my series of “Dear Nan letters”. If any problem with the law, because of those articles, Dr Sai Kham Leik and Dr. Nwe Nwe Tin are not responsible at all and I am the responsible person to face the music.


Dear Nan letter No 1

August 31, 2013

Compassionate letter No 1: A Valentine Music DVD with Love for Dear Nan

First published in Burma Digest and later reprint in my San Oo Aung blog with my Pseudonym, Bo Aung Din 

I know you were angry with my step mother, Daw Than Shwe for bribing the local authorities to put your uncles including U Khun Tun Oo behind bars. When you decided to go and stay with your father, I was not worried much. I believed that you already knew how much I love your uncle Khun, may be even more than you. Although he was your uncle he always treated me like his own younger brother and as you know, he was the one who introduced me to you. I tried my best but could not get him released immediately yet.