Category: Memories

Articles on reflection of the past and things to remember

My Life Will Go On (22) by Junior Win

  While I was writing my M.Sc thesis, the Ministry of Education announced the part-time tutor post opportunity. One who obtained M.Sc degree or still attending master classes or even who passed B.Sc Honors degree could apply it. It was…

My Life Will Go On (20) by Junior Win

Luckily when I attended my graduation (B.Sc Honors degree) in 1995, the Anniversary of Diamond Jubilee of the Rangoon University was held. The family photo (below) was taken on the lawn of the University Campus at that time they came…

My Life Will Go On (17) by Junior Win

My brother started to write articles at the AtwayAmyin monthly magazine while he was attending the Engineering Institute. He soon became a young writer (also a cartoonist), and became a star in the family. Most of our grandparents’ friends applauded…

My Life Will Go On (16) by Junior Win

(R.A.S.U, Rangoon Arts and Science University.) The Universities, and Institutes reopened in 1991 after three years closing. The teaching times also were reduced to be shorter except for Engineering, Medical and Master degrees. So, I would have to study for…

My Life Will Go On (15) by Junior Win

Three years closed and the University reopened, Some of University students settled at their work, and did not want to continue their studies in the University. They decided to get their degree from the Distance (Correspondence) Education. Most of them…

My Life Will Go On (14) by Junior Win

  (R.A.S.U, Rangoon Arts, and Science University) (Illustrated by Maung Yit) During the time the University was closed, some of my friends worked at offices, and some at companies. They became settled at their work. Some of them went abroad,…

My Life Will Go On (13) by Junior Win

(The Convocation Hall, Rangoon University.)(Photo by Junior Win.) The year 1988 was filled with worries and fears. Families were always anxious about their young University students. They did not want them to go to the University everyday. They were not…