By Alastair Leithead BBC News, Laiza, northern Burma The sharp sound of loading and unloading weapons and the barked orders of the sergeant-major cut through the mountains of northern Burma as the young cadets are put through their morning drills. Their discipline is good, their uniforms smart and there is little doubting their sense of purpose or patriotism towards the red and green flag with crossed machetes they proudly wear on their right shoulders. They are the next generation of the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), and say they are not afraid to be the generation that fights in a civil war many fear may soon be upon them. "The Union of Burma was formed on the basis of equality for ethnic people, but there has been inequality throughout history and we are still being suppressed," said cadet Dashi Zau Krang. He is 26 and has a degree in business studies, but says inequality has stopped him getting a good job and driven him to join the military.
1. TAXI kata de rai n-shang shi yang, shawng nnan mawdaw numbat (number plate) hpe galoi mung yu matsing da u.
2. TAXI shagu hta ka mara tawn da ra ai TAXI gawt ai wa a mying, mawdaw numbat, hkringdat (Driver’s ID) ni hpe galoi mung shawng yu matsing la da u. 3. Kaning re ai masa lam ni hta mi rai rai, TAXI gawt ai wa hku nna kaga hkrun lam hkawm masha (passenger) langai mi hpe bai nmai kahtap htaw la shangun ai. Lama wa TAXI gawt ai masha ni dai zawn galaw wa ai rai yang, hkrat ang ai hte hpe jaw kau nna yu mat na hku di u. 4. Mai byin ai rai yang, tinang shingtai hkrai TAXI jahkring jawn ai lam hpe koi yen u. 5. Bungli aten (office hours) a hpang hkan e rai yang, grau nna sadi maja let hkawm sa u.
TATUT MABYIN 04 January 2010 shana de 6:45 pm grup-yin hta num kasha langai mi ‘Wangsa Maju LRT Station’ kaw nna shi nga ai nta de wa na matu TAXI jahkring jawn ai.
An hte Jinghpaw wunpawng myusha ni mung online computer internet lang ai munmyi jan maga de re wa sai hpe mu lu ai.Lagut lagu ladat sharin ya ai gaw nre.Masha ni an hte hpe ndai zawn re hpaji ni hte galaw nga sai lam htawng madun mayu ai lam sha re. hpaji kung ai nkau chyawm gaw chye dik rai na sai.ngai hugawng zawn re hpa nchye shi ai ni a matu re.
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Mungkan mungdan shagu shanu nga ai jinghpaw wunpawng myusha ni yawng dai ni na ten hta tinang myusha ni a lawt lam ,ahkaw ahkang a matu shakut nga ai rawt malan poi hpe galaw nga ai ten ning htoi Mali kaja rai nga mali ai. Malaysia Mung dan du nga Jinghpaw wunpawng myusha ni mung KNO hte KRC rau ta gin dun let galaw ai lamang hta shang lawm sai.Shiga hkum hkra gaw Kachin land ndai kaw hti yu ga. Saw shaga da ai gaw grai law tim ndai mung dan masa ya ten rim ai lam a majaw Law malawng nlu sa ai lam chye lu ai. Ngai hu gawng gaw laimat wa sai shaning 20ning jan e ning rai rawt malan poi hpe htaw nam kahtawng shalawt da ai gaiwang ginra ni hta shang lawm lai wa sai.Ma prat ten na rawt malan poi ni hpe ya du naw dum shing ran ai.Grai mung myit rawt nngai.rai tim an hte tsun jahtau ai myu sha ni a lam hpe kadai mung na ya ai lam,chye chyang ya ai lam nau nnga ai. Dai ni na ten gaw Prat galai sai.Mung kan ting hpe chye na hkra mai galaw sai rawt Malan poi ni de du sai.Myusha ni hpa majaw rawt malan ai.Hpa majaw lawt lu ra sai ngu hpe nang ngai wang lu wanglang mai tsun jahta sai.mungkan mungdan shagu myusha ni a lam dan leng lu hkra shaman ya ai Hpan Wa Karai hpe mung chye ju dum ai law.
KDO ningbaw usa kamli hte Myutsaw shadang NK zau tawng ni hte Slg Gumsan ni woi awn ai hpe ndai zawn mulu nga ai,mung dan shagu du nga ai myutsaw shayi shadang sha ni e galoi mung an hte myu htung hkring buga ,lamu ga ni kaw hkra wa yang a zim sha nnga shalai kau ga law.Labau lit re ngu hkam la nna lam shagu hta shakut nga ga law.ya mung mali hka madip hte seng ai hpe mungkan ting chye na hkra ning hkap na lit nga mali ai nrai ni?
Ban Praises U Thant for Leadership Skills By LALIT K. JHA Tuesday, February 2, 2010
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Monday praised U Thant, the third secretary-general of the United Nations, for steering the world body safely through a decade of change.
“As a diplomat, U Thant showed great skill and quiet persistence. He steered the United Nations safely through a decade of change, and played a key role in defusing the Cuban missile crisis and ending the civil war in the Congo,” Ban said in a message to an event held in New Delhi marking the centenary of the birth of the Burmese leader.
U Thant records a UN Day message at UN headquarters in New York, October 12, 1971. (Photo: UN/Saw Lwin) “He was an integral part of efforts to create many of the institutions which work to alleviate poverty and advance human development, including the UN Development Programme and the UN Conference on Trade and Development,” Ban said.
“It is a sad irony that his vision of human development has not yet been realized in his own country,” said the secretary-general, who despite his best efforts has not been able to influence the Burmese junta to restore democracy and protect the human rights of its people.
The second UN secretary-general from Asia after U Thant, Ban said: “I draw inspiration from many of those who have occupied the position I now hold, but U Thant has a special place in our thoughts. His work on sustainable development laid the foundations for our efforts today to combat climate change and safeguard the global environment.”
U Thant’s concept of “One World,” which he articulated at the height of the Cold War, was an early recognition of the global interdependence that is today so prominent in all our lives, Ban said.
“I have also been moved by his description of the world as 'our beautiful spaceship with its warm and fragile cargo of animate life,'” he said.
Ban said U Thant's values of global solidarity and his belief that the UN must always focus on the dignity and well-being of the individual, remain central to the work of the United Nations.
yaten Malaysia du jinghpaw wunpawng myusha ni gaw Zahpawng hpe lang hte lang hpawng bawng ban nga ai lam chye lu ai. dai ning na ten ladaw hta mugun sa wa na ningbaw ning la hte Gawda tara grau kaja hkra gram lajang na lam,ningbaw lata zuphpawng hte seng ai lam,mungdan kata e nga yang na shim lam lam shagu hpe bawng ban nga ai lam chye lu ai. shiga hkum hkra gaw KRC ni a shaning shagu na hpawng ngut ai hpang chye lu na lam tsun ma ai,ya ten hta hpa shi ga mung nmai shapoi ai lam mung chye lu ai.
Kachin, tribal peoples occupying parts of northeastern Myanmar (Burma) and contiguous areas ofIndia (Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland) and China (Yunnan). The greatest number of Kachin live in Myanmar (roughly 790,000), but some 150,000 live in China and a few thousand in India. Numbering about 1012,000 in the late 20th century, they speak a variety of languages of the Tibeto-Burman group and are thereby distinguished as Jinghpaw, or Jingpo (Chingpaw [Ching-p’o], Singhpo), Atsi, Maru (Longvo), Lachid, Nung (Rawang), and Lisu .
The traditional Kachin religion is a form of animistic ancestor cult entailing animalsacrifice. As a result of the arrival of American and European missionaries in Burma beginning in the late 19th century, a majority of the Kachin are Christian, mainly Baptist and Roman Catholic. Among the Kachin in India, Buddhism predominates.