Category: Current

Current Issues & News on Burma & Burmese people with the sub sections – News, Feature, Interview, Photo-News, Op-Ed and so on

May Nyane opens Burmese Language School

May Nyane opens Burmese Language School (MoeMaKa, April 18th 2017)   May Nyane , one of Burmese writer and contributor to MoeMaKa News Group from Maryland starts her own Burmese languare school online. On her leaflet, she stated as follows;…

Dr Khin Maung Win – The Eighth International Conference on Science and Mathematics Education in Developing Countries

(At Arts Assembly) Dr Khin Maung Win – The Eighth International Conference on Science and Mathematics Education in Developing Countries The conference has held at the Arts Assembly Hall of Yangon University, from December 4 th to 6 th .…

A Day at The Noble-Myanmar Literary Festival 2015 by Junior Win

  (National Theatre at Myoma School Road.) From 17th January to 19th January of 2015, the Noble-Myanmar Literary Festival was held at National Theatre, Myoma School(Kyaung) Road, Rangoon. It celebrates the Burmese writers, poets, and cartoonists, refers to joyful gatherings of people. Number of…

Unburdening of U Pyinnyathami’s feeling (Monk’s experience in Saffron Movement)

Unburdening of U Pyinnyathami’s feeling Interview by Ashin Zawana (posted 2010) (Personal experience of a monk in Saffon Movement 2007 in Burma)   U Pyinnyathami who’s been residing now at Shwe Wa Yaung monastery in New Delhi, India is one…

The Saffron Democratization by Rev. Larbathami (M.A.)

The Saffron Democratization by Rev. Larbathami  (M.A.) (Anniversary article for 6 years of Saffron Revolution)  The Third Wave and Christianity Political Science Professor Samuel Huntington of Harvard University did not regard Buddhism highly in the global democratization process. He did…

Why Dictators Dare (2) by Junior Win

  I have learnt that dictators hold three main things such as Power, Money and Guns. The people under their rule endured what the dictators did as a saying; that cannot be cured must be endured. Do not expect hope…

Ludu Sein Win: 1940-2012

  “Every generation has its own influential journalist,” U Win Tin has once said, “It’s not a novel occurrence. There are so many great journalists in Burma. Above all these great journalists stands Ludu Sein Win. He is significant against…

Rohingya for Citizenship?

  (picture courtesy of AFP)  The International Labor Organization Conference was held in Geneva, Switzerland on June 14th. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was invited to this conference, where she answered questions. Reporters asked her a series of questions regarding…