Jinghpaw Amyu sha ni a lapran Labau Sara Kaba langai hku nna masha chye law ai Sara Kaba Manam Tawng hpe Miwa Gumsan Mungdan Mangshi Mare kaba e August Shata manang langai hte ngai sa hkrum ai ten grai manu dan ai labau hte seng ai lam ni hpe hkaja chye lu ga ai, ahkyak ai langai gaw Sara Kaba Manam Tawng shi nan grai manu shadan hkang zing kyem tawn ai kaw na shaw la nhtawm madun sanglang ai laika buk kaba gaw Miwa Hkawhkam prat ban ten shagu na Lamu ga sumla ni rai nga ai, matsing ai daram nga yang ahkyak ai Miwa Hkawhkam Pratban(Dynasty) 10 daram yawm htum nga lai wa yu sai rai nna Qin Dynasty prat hpang kaw na Jinghpaw WP ni nga shanu ai Wunpawng Mungdan gaw Miwa Hkawhkam ni up hkang ai lamu ga re ngu masat la tawn hkrum ai ginra re hpe Dynasty shagu na Lamu ga sumla ni hpe yu yang asan sha chye lu ai. Wunpawng Mungdan gaw jasam maigan ni yawng e ra marin nga ai lamu ga ginra rai nga ai hpe mung asan sha chye na ra nga ga ai.
Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty - 221-206 BCE
Han Dynasty - 206 BCE-220 CE
"Period of Disunity"/ Six Dynasties Period - 220-589 CE
1. Manmaw kaw Myen hpyendap ni mung shawa lamu ga hpe hpri ,wut,shakum ni kum nna zing madu bang wa nga sai. 2. Hpakant hta lung seng htu company ni, lung seng htu sha na ahkang sha nga ai. Raitim lamu ga hpe mung ngangkang ai hku kum zing wa nga ai
NCA laekmat htu ngut jang gaw ndai hku (Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR), Security Sector Reform (SSR) လက္နက္ဖ်က္သိမ္း ေရး၊ ရုပ္သိမ္းေရး။တပ္ဖ်က္သိမ္းျခင္း။အစိတ္စိတ္အျမႊာျမႊာ ျဖစ္သည္။ တစ္စစီျဖစ္သြားသည္။ အားနည္းသည္။ ျပိဳကဲြသည္။ Lahta Sammung KIA Dapba 4 laknak dawm na matu Myen mung asuya hpyendap Dap Awn Daju Dkb Min Awng Lai tsun mat ai hpe ginra buga masha ni n hkap la ai lam, tsun shapraw dat masai.
KIA Dapba 4 gaw “Wunpawng Mungdan Shanglawt Hpyendap (KIA) hte kaga ga n re ai zawn jarit matut ai Jinghpaw mungdaw mungmasha ni hte mung langai sha gahkyin gumdin let htunghking, makam masham, labau rum nna arau yu hkrat wa ai ni re lam” August 27 ndau hta shaleng ai re.
August 25 ya Myen asuya n-gup Myanma Ahlin Shi Laika hta, “MNDAA (Kokang) hpe garum ai KIA Dapba 4 hte TNLA (Balawng) ni laknak dawm ra na re lam” hpe Myen dap awn daju Dkb Min Awng Lai gaw Myen Mung Shi Kongsi (gan) ningtau ningbaw Slg. Hkin Mawng Le hte Naypyidaw Ba-yit-nawng manam jarawp gawknu e Aug. 24 ya shani hkrum ai shaloi, tsun ai re.
Ndai gaw, “Lahta Sammung hta nga ai KIA Dapba 4 hpe ginhka ai masa rai nna, lama NCA simsa lam sen htu ai shaloi Dapba 4 gaw n lawm na lachyum re lam” ndau shabra laika shapraw ai hta woi awn shanglawm ai Sara Htoi Awng tsun ai re.
Sr. Htoi Awng tsun ai hta, ndai ndau shabra laika hpe Lahta Sammung Namtu, Kutkai, Nampaka, Sinli, Munggu, Muse hte shara shagu na buga kanu wa ni hte hkrum tsup bawngban nna shapraw ai re nga tsun ai.
Lai wa sai 17-ning simsa lam aten ladaw e mung dai ten na Myen hpyendap asuya gaw KIA Dapba 4 hpe Jinghpaw mungdaw de dawm la kau na matu lang hte lang tsun shadut wa sai. Dai hpang, Myen hpyendap a mara kata KIA hpyenla ni hpe majoi sat sharu ai mabyin kaba 2 mung pru wa sai re.
2011 ning Myen asuya hte KIO lapran majan byin wa ai hpang, KIA Dapba 4 daju Loikang hkrat ai hpang daju hpe Jinghpaw mungdaw Mai Ja Yang de htawt la ai raitim Dapba npu hpyendap ni gaw Lahta Sammung e naw nga nga ai re.
Ya bai KIA Dapba 4 laknak dawm na tsun wa ai majaw ya ten shakut nga ai NCA mungdan ting gap hkat jahkring ga sadi sen htu na lam hta dingbai dingna byin wa chye ai lam, ndau hta Lahta Sammung buga masha ni tsun tawn ai re.
Asuya hte NCA sen htu ngut ai hpang amyu sha rawt malan hpung ni laknak n mai lang sana re lam hte Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR), Security Sector Reform (SSR) ngu ai hpyendap hte seng ai lam ni hkrang shapraw wa na re lam hpe Myen Dap Awn Daju gaw August 19 ya shani Inglik mungdan (UK) a Myen mung hte seng ai sumtsan dat kasa rung Salang Andrew Patrick hte Naypyidaw e hkrum ai shaloi tsun wa sai re.
NCA ginchyum dat na lam hte seng nna, amyusha rawt malan hpung ni maga uhpung kaba manga na ningbaw ni hte SD lahta tsang salang masum gaw Myen gumsan magam Slg. Ting Tsing hte Dap Awn Daju Dkb Min Awng Lai, yan hte du na September praw 9 ya shani Naypyidaw e hkrum na re.
Myen asuya gaw rawt malan hpung nkau hpe ngam da nhtawm uhpung 15 hte shawng NCA sen htu na hkap la tawn ai re. Myen asuya hte hpyen majan shayawm na myit hkrum sen htu tawn ai KIO gaw, NCA hta rawt malan hpung yawng n lawm yang sen htu na n re lam ndau tawn ai re. http://kachin.kachinnews.com/shiga/shiga/2695-kia-dapba-4-laknak-ap-na,-myen-dap-awn-daju-tsun-ai-hpe-ginra-masha-ni-n-hkap-la.html
Lani myi na nhtoi hta an hte Wunpawng buga de tara nshang ai du shang chying lau sha ai myen hte jasham amyu ni hpe ndai zawn ndau shabra nna je yang ra ai shani du wa na re
The Native American National Council will offer amnesty to the estimated 240 million illegal whiteimmigrants living in the United States.
At a meeting on Friday in Taos, New Mexico, Native American leaders weighed a handful of proposals about the future of the United State’s large, illegal European population. After a long debate, NANC decided to extend a road to citizenship for those without criminal records or contagious diseases.
“We will give Europeans the option to apply for Native Citizenship,” explained Chief Sauti of the Nez Perce tribe. “To obtain legal status, each applicant must write a heartfelt apology for their ancestors’ crimes, pay an application fee of $5,000, and, if currently on any ancestral Native land, they must relinquish that land to NANC or pay the market price, which we decide.
“Any illegal European who has a criminal record of any sort, minus traffic and parking tickets, will be deported back to their native land. Anybody with contagious diseases like HIV, smallpox, herpes, etc, will not qualify and will also be deported.”
European colonization of North America began in the 16th and 17th centuries, when arrivals from France, Spain and England first established settlements on land that had been occupied by native peoples. Explorers Lewis & Clark further opened up western lands to settlement, which ultimately led to the creation of the Indian reservation system.
Despite the large number of Europeans residing in the United States, historical scholars mostly agree that indigenous lands were taken illegally through war, genocide and forced displacement.
Despite the council’s decision, a native group called True Americans lambasted the move, claiming amnesty will only serve to reward lawbreakers.
“They all need to be deported back to Europe,” John Dakota from True Americans said. “They came here illegally and took a giant crap on our land. They brought disease and alcoholism, stole everything we have because they were too lazy to improve and develop their own countries.”
The devastation and fear in Tianjin are hardly over. Anticipating the Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping making a declaration that “the Chinese people are undefeatable” in the upcoming military paradecelebratingthe anti-Japanese victory 70 years [≈ average human life expectancy at birth, 2011 estimate] ago, we offer you a translation of an internet gem by an anonymous writer with the online handle “Niu Lehou” (“牛乐吼”). It was written in response to the same declaration made by the then Premier Wen Jiabao in the wake of the Sichuan earthquake in 2008.– The Editors
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.