Category: Memories

Articles on reflection of the past and things to remember

My Journal by Junior Win

My Journal I tear off the chapter of shame in our country’s history. Thus I open with the following chapitre my actual experiences during the time of horrible happening, see to be no more than an ordinary citizen. But don’t…

Hail To Thee by Junior Win

Still people in Burma were in pain of the beating of the pandemic situation, and still not cured enough for their wounds of their heart of losing their loved ones during the Covid-19 situation, the news the military detained our…

Draw A Line For Covid-19 by Junior Win

Draw A Line For Covid-19″Yesterday, Covid-19 seemed so far away…” The Covid-19 virus infected first in Wuhan, China in December 2019. The WHO recognized the spread of COVID-19 as a pandemic on 11 March 2020. Italy, Iran, South Korea, and…

One Starves, We Starve by Junior Win

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) spread globally since the last two months. Still severe deaths were arising in some countries. There are no cases of COVID 19 heard in Burma until the 24th March announcement confirmed in Myanmar news. That announcement…

The Festival of Nationalities by Junior Win

 The Festival of Nationalities (They looked real! They wore their National dress, very colourful and good!) The festival of (Burmese) Nationalities or Myanmar Ethnics Culture Festival was held at Kyaik-ka-san sports ground situated at Bahan township, Saya San (north-east) Road,…

Light Events by Junior Win

(At Sunlun Gukyaung Monastery, 7th Mile, celebrating the Festival of Light!) This year 2019, 12th, 13th and 14th were three days of light, Thadingyut Festival, and 10th, 11th, 12th, Tahsaungmone Festival. We illuminated and light candles around our house, in…

The Adventure of my Practising Sunlun Way of Vipassana Meditation (5) by Junior Win

‘You are not alone’ ‘We are the same’ There were three meditation sessions daily, at 7o’clock in the morning, at 12:30, and lately at 7 o’clock in the evening at the Sunlun Meditation Centre, 7th Mile. The people could come…