Category: Essays

Essays in Burmeses

Today Thingyan Pot (Junior Win)

Here, what I chose a set of leaves and flowers for the Burmese Thingyan Pot. (Let red rose, and red paper flowers be arranged attractively, and others also added by the law of Burmese alphabets.) Collecting flowers, and leaves from…

Thin-gyan-Memory (Junior Win)

Tha-Gyar-Min (Tha-Gyar-Min has with  two parchments (Gold plate and Dog-hide) when he comes down to the human abode. Illustration Credit – Maung Yit) According to folklore, Tha-Gyar-Min, king of the celestials, will be on a visit to the human abode…

East And West, Now Met (Junior Win)

East And West, Now Met (Junior Win)  Our Burmese traditional food; Htamane feast is either celebrated communally or done in the private circle of family and friends. It comes, when Tabo-dwa (February), the eleventh month of Burmese calendar, we have…

The Last Wish by Junior Win

(Let’s wish this doomsday the leveler to all humanity.) Was the world really ended in 2012? I wish it was going to be true. I know everybody did not understand what I wished. Consider our world was full of cruel…

What Biographies Meant to Me by JuniorWin

What Biographies Meant To Me



Thinking Aloud in the Book Shop


When I was a kid and read about scientists as Albert Einstein, Newton, Madame Curie, etc, I felt that their stories encouraged me to interest in books, envy their ambitions, love of knowledge, etc. I did not realized at that time that these were kind of biographies.

‘My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold The River Irrawaddy’ – Junior Win



The Irrawaddy is the river the most well known and the longest inBurma. It flows along from north to south. It begins where the two rivers Mayka and Maylika meet at the north of Burma at the Kachinstate. The visitors love to see the rencontre of the two rivers. Wecall it ‘MyitSon’ (le rencontre de deux rivieres). This place alwaysattracts people so much.

The Irrawaddy flows north to south, so it passes many towns and manyplaces along streaming. I have little chance to visit ‘MyitSon’. But I have many chances to see the river Irrawaddy when I visit the countries which are near Irrawaddy. My grandmother always pointed the Irrawaddy when we were closed to see it. ‘Look, you see the river flowing there! It is called the river ‘Irrawaddy’.’ I looked what my grandmother was pointing, the river was very wide and never ending flowing. Under the sunshine the surface of the river was as shine as gold. If we saw the river Irrawaddy at the night, the river seemed flowing silently and the surface of the river as glow as lightening under the moon lit night.