Monday, July 19, 2010

Kiva Lending Teams - 2 new messages in our Myanmar Lending team

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From: Kiva
Date: Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 7:03 PM
Subject: Kiva Lending Teams - 2 new messages in 1 team

Yesterday's Team Messages

- Myanmar: 2 messages, 2 authors


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From: Melody Maung
Date: Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 1:10 AM

Dear  friends,

Thanks to those of you who made loans in this group, we now have raised 25$ helping people make a living by themselves as first step of this team. It's great and we'll continue to work on this, in the true spirit of the Myanmar Lending Team.

Just, as of today (July 17th), we have 9 Kiva team members but only 1 loan. So if you registered to this group and never made a loan, please do it. It's only 25$ and you will get this money back later, by that time, you will have helped someone in need.

Nothing in vain, you can help someone/ Myanmar People as future step.

Thanks again,

-- 2 of 2 --
From: Win Lwin
Date: Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 7:20 AM

Hello friends,

I'm glad to be part of Myanmar team in kiva. I've proudly raised another 25$ on behalf of the team. I hope we all keep raising make someone happy.


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Best Wishes,
Kiva Staff


Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Re: Enquiry on Registered Article RR699886046SG

What happened like this?
I request to singpost that I don't want to send my article to that address.
Then, singpost must freeze and need to arrange so as not to proceed that delivery.
Why this article has already delivery to unwanted address like this?

I cannot understand working flow/ procedure of singpost.<sigh>

with regards,
Mi Mi Maung

On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 11:49 AM, <> wrote:

Singapore Post Limited (Reg. No. 199201623M)
Customer Relations Department
10 Eunos Road 8 #01-33 Singapore Post Centre Singapore 408600
Tel:    1605
Fax:    +65 68425114

13 July 2010

Mi Mi Maung
Blk 621 #12-3174 Yishun Ring Road
Singapore 760621

Dear Sir/Madam


       Please refer to your enquiry on the above.

We wish to inform you that:

       [ x]    the Postal Administration of Nigeria confirmed that the article has
been delivered on 2 March 2010.

We would like to thank you for using our service and if you need further
clarifications from us, please call us at the above number.

Yours faithfully

Customer Relations Department
Customer Service

This is a computer-generated letter. No signature is required.


Sunday, July 11, 2010

Melody Maung has invited you to join the Myanmar team at Kiva


I want to recruit you to my lending team, Myanmar, on Kiva, a non-profit website that allows you to lend as little as $25 to a specific low-income entrepreneur across the globe. You choose who to lend to - whether a baker in Afghanistan, a goat herder in Uganda, a farmer in Peru, a restaurateur in Cambodia, or a tailor in Iraq - and as they repay the loan, you get your money back.

If you join my lending team, we can work together to alleviate poverty. Once you're a part of the team, you can choose to have a future loan on Kiva "count" towards our team's impact. The loan is still yours, and repayments still come to you - but you can also choose to have the loan show up in our team's collective portfolio, so our team's overall impact will grow!

Check out the Myanmar lending team, and learn more about lending teams on Kiva in general, by clicking here:

Melody Maung


Saturday, July 10, 2010

Save Sakineh

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Dear Friends,

Yesterday an Iranian woman, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, was saved by global protests from being stoned to death.

But she may still be hanged -- and, meanwhile, execution by stoning continues. Right now fifteen more people are on death row awaiting stoning in which victims are buried up to their necks in the ground and then large rocks are thrown at their heads.

The partial reprieve of Sakineh, triggered by the call from her children for international pressure to save her life, has shown that if enough of us come together and voice our horror, we may be able to save her life, and stop stoning once and for all. Sign the urgent petition now and send it onto everyone you know -- let's end this cruel slaughter NOW!

Sakineh was convicted of adultery, like all the other 12 women and one of the men awaiting stoning. But her children and lawyer say she is innocent and that she did not get a fair trial -- they state her confession was forced from her and, speaking only Azerbaijani, she did not understand what was being asked of her in court.

Despite Iran's signing of a UN convention that requires the death penalty only be used for the "most serious crimes" and despite the Iranian Parliament passing a law banning stoning last year, stoning for adultery continues.

Sakineh's lawyer says the Iranian government "is afraid of Iranian public reaction and international attention" to the stoning cases. And after Turkey and Britain's Foreign Ministers spoke out against Sakineh's sentence, it was suspended.

Sakineh's brave children are leading the international campaign to save their mother and stop stoning. Massive international condemnation now could finally stop this sickening punishment. Let's join together today across the world to end this brutality. Sign the petition to save Sakineh and end stoning here:

In hope and determination,

Alice, David, Milena, Ben and the whole Avaaz team


Iranians still facing death by stoning despite 'reprieve', The Guardian:

Britain condemns planned Iran stoning as 'medieval', AFP:

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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Learning to develope iphone apps

Learning to develope iphone apps.. but no one teach me..

Friends suggest me as below:
Ye Myat
iTunes U
May 13 at 4:21pm ·

Melody Maung
yeap, of course... tkz YM
May 13 at 4:44pm ·

Yü Nğè
Dear sis, U can ask ko poe laut lann from MMCP. he is Iph genius as well as jail breaker .. lol here is his FB account!/profile.php?id=100000362375824&ref=ts
May 13 at 4:51pm ·

Yü Nğè
Here is the link for MMCP's IPh thread.
May 13 at 4:57pm ·

Khine Phyu Zaw
U can learn at
May 14 at 11:36am ·

Melody Maung
Really Really thanks to Yu Nge and KPZ... mwarrh

ႏိုင္ငံရပ္ျခားမွာ သူမ်ားဆီက ပညာတစ္ခု ရဖုိ႕ ေပါင္းသင္းဆက္ဆံေရးေရာ ဘာသာစကား အဆက္အဆံက အင္မတန္ အေရးပါသဗ်ိဳ... iphone apps..iphone apps (Thanks to Divine)

My Learning Links:

Remark: Already posted in my myanmar blog: