Saturday, May 31, 2008

Me and 100days battle

During these days, I am still busying with volunteer actions on storm
victims relief and my on job training, I want to share about my 100
days battle. I hate War. This is just battle of life whoever face and
fight to succeed. Last over 100days, I have been to read one book
which related Christian while I went to beauty saloon to have my hair
cut and beautified to shape my eyebrow. :P

In that book, after 40days, everyone can change their lives
accordingly. During those days, need to review, change mind and soul,
praise God's bless. As for me, I was so interested in it and wanted to
apply anything on that idea. Thence, I reviewed my current condition
and life status without hesitation. Although time is knowledge age,
even I invested my time and effort in Tourism, I cannot rich and get
high living standard till now. I will still need to invest money to
operate own business. So, I would like to change my career after next
100days. I decided to go abroad to work as professional in IT field on
8th February 2008.

According to my decision, I attended Industrial ASP.Net Course and
prepared to sit Microsoft Exams. On 17th May, 100days take time. Then,
I sit Exam on 18th May for 70-536(Application Development Foundation)
and 70-528(Web Based Client Development). Now it is time to be
boasted. (Hehee)

Could you say Congratulations on passing my recent Microsoft
Certification exams, with a widely-recognized validation of my skills
on Microsoft technology? Also, nice to find connections with millions
of experienced IT professionals around the world at events and online
as I'm one of certified.[For my Microsoft certification
Transcription ID = 797343, Access Code = 61754mmm]

Number of Microsoft Certified Professionals Worldwide
The Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) program was
established in 1992. To date, more than 2 million people have achieved
Microsoft Certification worldwide.
* 5,865 (MCTS) .NET Framework 2.0: Distributed Applications
* 20,392 (MCTS) .NET Framework 2.0: Web Applications
* 10,445 (MCTS) .NET Framework 2.0: Windows Applications
* 4,438 (MCPD) Enterprise Application Developer
* 4,539 (MCPD) Web Developer
* 1,480 (MCPD) Windows Developer
* 2,268,992 Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Worldwide.

I want to find job role of .Net Web Developer in Singapore or
Australia. I have already resigned from previous work and now, I am
under on job training in Gusto Software Development Co.,
Ltd( in Yangon. If you want to
assign me as freelance web developer for your website, warmly welcome
and highly appreciated.(just promoting myself :P )
Sorry, if I did some shameless self promotion here.

Hope to become one of the best software developers and join a
reputable company such as Microsoft/Google in near future.

P.S: Frankly admitted, I got idea to change my career based on my
little friend(from Fiji Island): Mayvelous's
achievement(, She is also one of 2
million MCPs Worldwide earlier than me.


Monday, May 12, 2008

UN warns another storm headed toward Myanmar

ေၾကာက္တာကေတာ႕ ေၾကာက္ေနတယ္ဗ်ိဳ
ဂ်ပန္ကရတဲ႕ မတ္ေဆ႕ခ်္ေရာ ဒီေမးလ္ေရာေၾကာင္႕  တေန႕ ဘုရား 10ခါ ရွိခို္းရမလိုပဲ အဟင္႕

Dear all of my frz,

Pls be carefull of your family and inform to them, if you are in other country.

Take Care! and pls forward to other friends.

Sincerely Yours,
Yan Naing Oo.

 UN warns another storm headed toward Myanmar
 Posted: 09 May 2008 1849 hrs

 BANGKOK - The United Nations warned Friday that another storm was
headed in the direction of Myanmar, which could complicate the
slow-moving relief efforts from deadly Cyclone Nargis.

An estimated 1.5 million people have been left homeless by the
disaster, which has killed tens of thousands, and the storm could pose
serious risks to those battling disease, said Richard Horsey, a UN
relief spokesman.

Fast Facts

 "Our meteorological people tell us there's likely to be fairly strong
rainfall in the next seven days," he told AFP in neighbouring

"That's going to be a big issue with unpaved roads. Heavy rainfall
could complicate things for all those people going without shelter,"
Horsey said.

"If there's an epidemic of water-borne disease and a lack of shelter
when a storm comes in ... if we have another storm coming into the
delta, that's going to be a significant concern for all those people
without shelter."

The country's military, which has run Myanmar with an iron fist for
almost half a century, said earlier that it welcomed shipments of
supplies but was "not ready" to let in foreign aid workers, including
disaster experts.

"If we don't get this relief effort up to full scale quickly, there's
significant risk of a second round of this disaster which could
potentially kill as many people as the initial cyclone," Horsey said.
- AFP/ir


ေနာက္မုန္တိုင္းတခု လာႏိုင္သည္ဟု ကုလသမဂၢ သတိေပး
ဧရာဝတီ| ေမ ၉၊ ၂၀၀၈

ေနာက္ထပ္ မုန္တိုင္းတခု ျမန္မာျပည္ကို ဦးတည္လာႏိုင္သည္ဟု ကမၻာ့ကုလသမဂၢက
ယေန႔ သတိေပး ေၾကညာလိုက္ေၾကာင္း AFP သတင္းတြင္ ေရးသားေဖာ္ျပထားသည္။

၎မုန္တိုင္းမွာ ေၾကာက္မက္ဖြယ္ရာ နာဂစ္ ဆိုင္ကလံုး မုန္တိုင္းေနာက္မွ
ျဖည္းညင္းစြာ ေရြ႕လ်ားလာေသာ နာက္ဆက္တြဲ မုန္တိုင္း ျဖစ္ၿပီး အေျခအေန
အမ်ိဳးမ်ိဳးျဖစ္သြားႏိုင္သည္ဟု ဆိုထားသည္။

နာဂစ္မုန္တိုင္း ဒဏ္ေၾကာင့္ အနည္းဆံုး လူဦးေရ ၁.၅ သန္းခန္႔
အိုးမဲ့အိမ္မဲ့ ျဖစ္ခဲ့ရၿပီး လူ ၁ သိန္းေက်ာ္ ေသဆံုးခဲ့ရသျဖင့္
မုန္တိုင္းဆိုသည့္ အသံကပင္ ျမန္မာျပည္သူလူထုအတြက္ အလြန္ ထိတ္လန္႔
ေၾကာက္ရြံ႕ ဖြယ္ရာ ျဖစ္ေနရေၾကာင္း ကုလသမဂၢ၏ ေျပာေရးဆိုခြင့္ရွိသူ ရစ္ခ်တ္

"က်ေနာ္တို႔ မိုးေလဝသ ပညာရွင္ေတြရဲ႕ အဆုိအရေတာ့ လာမယ့္ ၇ ရက္အတြင္း
ျမန္မာျပည္မွာ မိုးသည္းထန္စြာ ရြာသြန္းမယ္လို႔ သိရပါတယ္" ဟု ဟုိေဆးက AFP
သို႔ ေျပာၾကားလိုက္သည္။

"လူေတြမွာ အမိုးအကာမရွိတဲ့အခ်ိန္ ေနာက္ထပ္မိုးသည္းထန္မယ့္ ကိစၥက ေတာ္ေတာ္
ႀကီးမယ့္ ျပႆနာ ျဖစ္လာႏိုင္တယ္" ဟု ၎ကဆက္ေျပာသည္။

"ေရေၾကာင့္ ကူးစက္ေရာဂါေတြ ပ်ံ႕ႏွံ႔ႏိုင္တာနဲ႔ အမိုးမရွိတာနဲ႔
မုန္တိုင္းထပ္လာဦးမွာနဲ႔….။ ေနာက္တခါ မုန္တိုင္းထပ္လာလို႔ ျမစ္ဝကၽြန္းေပၚ
ေဒသကိုဝင္ခဲ့ရင္…ျပႆနာကေတာ့ အႀကီးႀကီးပဲ" ဟု၎ကေျပာသည္။



Saturday, May 10, 2008

Please give a hand to our people

Dear All,

As you all have already known, Nargis Cyclone hit our country a lot. The Myanmar military regime says that at least 22,000 people were killed, and 41000 people are still missing while Richard Horsey, a UN relief spokesman said that an estimated 1.5 million people have been left homeless by the disaster, which has killed tens of thousands, and the storm could pose serious risks to those battling disease. The top U.S. diplomat in Myanmar said Wednesday that up to 100,000 people may have died in the devastating cyclone.

To donate or to make petition, the following addresses and links may be useful

To make petition

To donate

1)    Singapore

Peninsula Plaza.
1. Lin Let (Second Floor)
2. Sin Myanmar ( Third Floor)
3. Daw Than Than Nu (5th Floor)
4. Lan Pya Kyal Library (5 th Floor) – Collection on everyday 6:30 pm to 9pm
5။ City Point (4th Floor)

ဓာတ္ေတာ္တိုက္ ဘုန္းၾကီးေက်ာင္း (Eunos)
ေကာင္းစံု ျမန္မာစတိုးဆိုင္ (Blk 328 Clementi Ave 2)
ေရႊသရဖူ ( ၂ထပ္၊ Boon Lay Shopping Centre)
စစ္သူၾကီး ( Jurong East)

To donate clothes, shoes, caps, pencils and so on, please contact the following people
Daw Soe Soe Aung @ Catherine - 92986743
Si Thu Aung @ Chris - 81681121
Ye Thway @ Danny - 91084611
2)    Janpan
Contact Address,
Bank name - Kyoto bank
Branch- Hayakumanben
Bank account - 146-4061545

Osaka group
Ma Tin Nyo Nyo thaung - 090-6247-7854

Kyoto and Shiga group
Ma Yin Su Win … 090-9980-3540
Ma Saw Ohnmar Han ..080-6116-2666
Ma Seint Seint Aye …080-380-43257
U Aung Khin... 090-8231-3711

Niigata Group
Ma Mie Mie Htwe - 080-3191-1927

Nagoya Group
Ko Kyaw Kyaw Naing ..090-2946-2832

Aung Ko Thet - 080-5568-6448

Please contact that mail.
EMail address. ..
3)    Tailand
Ma Kyi Sin Shwe(AIT Student)
Mobile: + (66) (8) 4376 3287

Ko Myo Han Htun@Ko Toe
Mobile: + (66) (8) 9994 2042
4)    UK
Sayardaw U San Naw Bar Tha
Bank Name: Barclays
Account Holder Name: Mr A Candobhasa
Sortcode: 20-80-71
AccountNo: 9000 2836
Contact Info: 0787 7297 205,
More Info:

Burmese Student Organisation UK
Bank Name: HSBC
Account Holder Name: Burmese Student Organisation UK
Sortcode: 40-01-13
AccountNo: 4154 6694
Ref: CDA-[your mobile number]
Last Day: 10th May, 2008
Contact Info: Ko Win T - 0785 2175 467,
Ko Chan N - 0780 4725 077
More info:

Collected by Myanmar Sanga Association UK and Unity to Victory Group.

Ko Kyaw Swar (+44) 7828 890 224
Ko Thant Zin (+44) 7727 248 755
Ko Moe Swe (+44) 7773 325 635
Ko Myat Soe Khine (+44) 7939 222 932

Ko Htike (+44) 7974 817 387 (
Sayadaw U Candobhasa
Bank Name : Barclays
Account Holder Name Mr A Candobhasa
A/C 90 00 28 36
S/C 20 80 71
Ph 078 77 297 205
5)     US
Myanmar America Burma Buddhist Association (ABBA)
Sayadaw Ashin Indaka and ABBA EC members
619 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY
Tel: 718-622-8019

Address - BABA
1708 Powder Mill Road
Silver Spring MD 20903

Contact persons –
1. Mingalarama 301-439-4035
2. U Khin Maung Win 410-286-8643
3. U Tin Maung Thaw 703-723-4855
4. Daw Khin Swe Myint 703-486-2357
5. Dr. Chit Khin Way 301-299-8398
6. U Yin Htway 301-520-4160
7. U Nay Lin & Daw Tin Moe Aye 301-758-0626
8. U Aung Kyaw Oo 301-762-0006
6)    Australia

Dr. Soe Htet69
Glendale RoadSpringvale VIC 3171Melbourne, Australia
Mobile: +61 424 836 727
7)    Myanmar
Nyi Lynn Seck
Manager, Online Division
Inforithm-Maze Company
9/mahtala(naing) 169065
Address: Bld A-3-1, 1103, Myanma Goan Yi Condo, Mingalartaungnyunt Township, Yangon.
Ph: 09 80 20413
8)     Canada
2200 Yonge St., Suite 1100
Toronto, Ontario
M4S 2C6
Or call toll free: 1-800-567-4483
Fax: 416-482-8035
9)    Other Information:
You can also donate in these web site.Please see these links for more information.




WFP (Word Food Program)

Red Cross (please make sure to choose "Myanmar" in programme field)

World Vision

World Vision South East Asia cyclone relief web site

U.S. Campaign for Burma (please tick the box at the bottom)

Save the children

Donate to UNICEF and Donate to Direct Relief International to support disaster relief in Myanmar (Burma) via Google

International Rescue Committee raising fund

Yahoo's Aid Myanmar

Relief groups scramble to aid Myanmar
10)    Korea

Ko Yan Naing Htun
Mobile: + 82 - 11 - 9723 - 4773
11)    Russia Federation

Bauman State University (BMSTU)
Naung Naung :Room no: (508) building 3A . str. Gloylanovskyar . Hostel of B.M.S.T.Uindex ( 105094) Ph: +7- 909 -157 -11- 74
For More Contact : (

MIET University
Ko Aung Swe Oo (ကိုေအာင္ေဆြဦး)
12)    Red Cross
Myanmar Red Cross Society: Dr. Hla Myint (president); email:; Phone: +95.1.383.681; Fax: +95.1.383.675

Federation delegation in Myanmar: Bridget Gardner (head of delegation); e-mail:; Phone: +95.138.3686; Fax: +95.138.3682

Federation regional delegation in Bangkok: Bekele Geleta (head of regional delegation); email:; Phone: +66.2.640.8211; Fax: +66.2.640.8220

Federation secretariat in Geneva: Josse Gillijns (regional officer, Asia Pacific department); email: Phone: +44.22.730.4224; Fax: +41.22.733.0395.

Singapore Red Cross Society

13)    Finland

Ko Thar Swe (ကိုသားေဆြ)

Please read to make preparation for relief


Thursday, May 8, 2008


Another Message:

From Vicky Bowan


The following experienced NGOs have all been established on the ground in Burma for many years, including in Irrawaddy, Bago, Yangon Divisions and Rakhine and Mon States.  They are variously already conducting assessments
and starting to provide support to the populations hit by the cyclone.

The websites give links to their Nargis appeals, and will allow you to claim Gift Aid for your donation if you are a UK taxpayer, maximising the effectiveness.

Save the Children (UK)

Have launched a £5million appeal

Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF (NL)
working in Yangon area including Hlaingthaya, Dalla and Twante


£500,000 appeal

Medical team sent to Laputta

Have been active in Irrawaddy Division for some time


Currently working on needs in South Dagon and Thaketa

World Vision
You can identify your donation to their Myanmar cyclone appeal

International Federation of the Red Cross
Have been working to build the grassroots capacity of the Myanmar Red Cross
Society which has a network of volunteers throughout the country

Not an NGO, but UNICEF is also organised and active throughout the country, and appealing for funds

There are also a number of small NGOs and private initiatives, some of which wish to remain below the radar, so are not included in this list

For a list of US NGOs which are accepting contributions for Nargis (not all of whom have an on-the-ground presence)


Cyclone Relief more information

I was safe for the sake of God.
My some blogger friends also safe but their accommodation or apartment/home a little damage.
We faced with water supply difficulty and no electricity.
That much make us feel better.
For others victims, I am pleased to post like forwarding below mail in my inbox.
Thanks for reading and your empathize by contacting to ShelterBox USA

Dear Friends and Colleague:

For those of you that have inquired, here is some information from someone who has been in direct contact with Yangon.  If you want to help the victims, here is some possibilities you may want to consider.

Thank you for your kind thoughts concerning this tragedy...


Catherine Raymond

P.S. Sorry if you receive duplicate copies of this email....

Give Direct Emergency Relief to Burmese Cyclone Victims

You can provide immediate, direct relief to Burmese cyclone victims.This relief will go entirely to the victims, not be sidetracked by government agencies, politics or administrative siphoning.

ShelterBox USA is poised to send a first shipment of 200 ShelterBoxes to Burma.  These ShelterBoxes will provide 2,000 cyclone victims immediate shelter plus the tools needed to boil water, cook food and bury waste.  ShelterBox USA is a non-profit, international service project of the Rotary Club.  The Rotary Club is a worldwide organization of people whose goal is to come together and give back.

These ShelterBoxes are currently pre-positioned in Dubai.  A fully trained, on-the-ground response team will directly distribute the ShelterBoxes in Burma.  All that is necessary is the go-ahead from the Myanmar government.

The charge d'affaires of the Myanmar Embassy in Washington was personally contacted today with the offer of 200 donated ShelterBoxes by a highly placed Burmese-American.  A formal request to approve ShelterBox relief has been forwarded to Yangon.  The government has
already indicated its readiness to accept international aid if it is non-political.

Each ShelterBox contains a 10-person tent, bedding, water
purification tablets, a trenching shovel, cooking/eating utensils, tools and stove, etc.  ShelterBox USA has provided disaster relief to tsunami and Katrina victims, responded to the Pakistani earthquake and is currently providing humanitarian relief in the Sudan.

To learn more about ShelterBox USA, please visit its website:

Sponsoring a full ShelterBox costs $1,000, but any and all financial donations are welcome.

The donation code for the Burmese relief effort is 5408.

You may donate on-line or mail your donation to:

       ShelterBox USA
       8374 Market Street
       Suite 203
       Lakewood Ranch, FL  34202

ShelterBox USA is a (501)(c)(3) organization;  donations are tax-deductible as provided by the Internal Revenue Code.

Catherine Raymond
Associate Professor, Southeast Asian Art History
Director, Center for Burma Studies
520 College View Ct.
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL  60115
Office:  815-753-0512
Fax:      815-753-1776