Tag: Junior Win

Tha Pyay(Eugenia) – Junior Win

(Bonsai at the monastery.) ThaPyay(Eugenia) is not only common chosen leaves for Thingyan Pot, but also for offering at the pagoda in honor of the stupa where Buddha’s relics enshrined. It is a symbol of love, peace, success and kindness.…

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…

Thingyan Pot for Burmese New Year (Junior Win)

  (Thingyan Pot Illustration by Maung Yit.) To welcome the Burmese New Year, having ‘Thingyan Pot’ plays the important part in our Burmese life. Placing ‘Thingyan Pot’ in front of our house, and to welcome Tha-Gyar-Min (King of the celestials),…

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…

Literary Award Ceremony 2017 by Junior Win

(On 18th February 2017, I was attending the Tun Foundation Literary Award Ceremony.) The 11th Tun Foundation literary award ceremony was held on 18th February 2017 at the Myanmar Banks Association in Yankin Township, Yangon, Burma. Among those winning books,…

A Glimpse to the Noble Myanmar Literary Festival 2017 by Junior Win

A Glimpse to the Noble Myanmar Literary Festival 2017 by Junior Win    (Noble-Myanmar Literary Festival board was standing outside the theatre.) Today, I was at the National Theatre to wonder around the Noble Myanmar Literary Festival 2017. It was held…

Junior Win – The Medicine Night

(The silver super moon we saw last night on the full moon day of Tahsaungtaing.) Families in Burma gathered in front of their door, all together looked at the full moon in the dark sky, waiting the time as the…

Junior Win – A Letter To My Grandmother; You Will Never Know What We Have Lost

(Grandma titled, ‘Will you ever know what you have lost?’ at the Working People’s Daily newspaper in the July of 1975 about the earthquake that destroyed the old pagodas of Pagan.) My grandma, Khin Myo Chit – writer of Colourful…