Wednesday, March 30, 2016

The MoeMaKa Team (Updated)

The MoeMaKa Team (Updated)
by Maung YIT •  March 1, 2016

The Advisors - 
Tin Moe (2003-2006), Kye Mon U Thaung (2007-2006)
Maung Swan Yi (2003 – ), Mar Mar Aye (2006 – ), U Win Pe (2006 – )
U Win Tin (2013), Maung Moe Thu (2013 - )
Aung Way (2013), Zarganar (2013), Thargyi Maung Zeya (2013), Ko Yar Zar (2013), Tun Win Nyein (2013)

Policy Consultant -
Aung Din (2013)

The Officers -Maung Yit (2003 – ), Zarny Win (2005 – ), Ko Oo (2005 -)

The Editors -
Maung Yit (2003 – ), Zarny Win (2005 – ), Aung Htet (2012)
Myint Kyaw (2013 -), Eaint Khine Oo (2013 - ),
Nyein Chan Aye (2015 -),
Min Khine (2016), Khin Lunn (2016)

Reporters - 
Yan Naung (Botahtung), Han Thit Naing, Ko Phyoe (2013)

Design - Moe Z

Mandalay Contact - Kyaw Moe Lwin

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Colorful People of Burma - Photo Museum opens in Rangoon (7th May 2015)

Colorful People of Burma / Myanmar Memorial Place

In memory of the 100th Anniversay of the birth U Khin Maung Latt and Daw Khin Myo Chit (1915-2015), Collection of portraits of their contemparies in Burmese literature and histroy

315 (3rd Fl.) Hledan Center, Kamayut, Yangon, Myanmar

Open by appointment every Sunday, 10 AM to 8 PM.

Contact: MoeMaKa Media, @ Phone - 0925-4200-606 (Atten: Ko Yan Naung (Botahtaung))

Monday, December 17, 2012

Charity and Award Raised by MoeMaKa with Burmese Community (2012)

Charity and Award Raised by MoeMaKa with Burmese Community (2012)

1. Burmese Helping Burmese Fund – This is to support and help Burmese artists and activists inside Burma who are socially and politically at the disadvantage due to the suppression and repression of the Burmese junta. For the year 2010, we have raised and donated total of US $31176.88.

2. Support Network for political prisoners run by NLD – This is to morally and financially support Burmese political prisoners and families in need. The support network is setup and operated by NLD's social support group. Friends of MoeMaKa is raising fund to support 50 political prisoners with the monthly contribution of about US$ 600.00.

3. Friends of MoeMaKa Annual Award – This is to recognize and appreciate democracy and human rights activists and individuals for their outstanding contribution and sacrifice for the country. We have raised US $1000.00 towards 600 political prisoners listed in the NLD support network for the year 2011 Award. We have raised and awarded US $500.00 each to the following individuals for the year 2010. U Win Pe, Maung Swan Yi, Mar Mar Aye and Maung Thara were awarded for their literary and art works while they are in exile.

Online Articles, e-Book and Publication for Year 2011 - 2012

Online Articles, e-Book and Publication for Year 2011/2012

1. Total estimated numbers of articles published online on website – average 5 articles per day, 35 articles per week, 140 articles per month, 1680 articles per year

2. Total estimated numbers of daily email newsletters delivered through email subscribers – 1 newsletter per day, 7 newsletter per week, 30 newsletter per month, 360 newsletters per year

3. Suu 66 – e-Book – June 2011 - Collection of Articles honoring 66th Birthday of Aung Sann Suu Kyi after her release from house arrest

4. Portraits of Suu from Burmese Student Activist by Maung Maung One – e-Book – June 2011 - Collection of articles written by former political prisoner and 88 generation student activist, his reflection and perspective on Suu back in the day of democracy struggle in 1990s.

5. MoeMaKa Interview with U Win Tin – e-Book – August 2010 – Collection of interviews with U Win Tin on his experience and opinion on Struggle of NLD in Burma, boycott movement on Regime's 2010 Election and current Burma issues.

6. Portraits of Burmese artists and intellects in Burmese democracy uprising by Aung Way – e-Book – May 2010 – Collection of radio articles presented on Radio Free Asia Burmese Program presented by exile-poet, Aung Way.

7. Literature Paper on Burmese Poems by Tin Moe – e-Book – February 2010 – Paper written by (Tin Moe), Burmese poet in exile which he submitted to Literary Conference at NIU in 2002 in Burmese language.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

2012 - MoeMaKa Operation Itemized

2012 - MoeMaKa Operation Itemized

1. Weekly Internet Radio Programs (MoeMaKa Radio)

2. Daily Online News and Articles Publication and Updates (MoeMaKa.Com)

3. Web-Casting of weekly Video News and Archives (MoeMaKa.Net)

4. Weekly Online Publication of news and articles in English (MoeMaKa.Org)

5. Archiving and cataloging of digital and multimedia materials (books, CD, periodicals) for Online Library (MoeMaKa.Net)

6. Presenting, Shipping and Posting of materials distributed from Online Catalog Ordering System (MoeMaKa Shop)

7. General Office and Communication (Internet, phone, periodicals, books, CDs, DVDs, hardware and software upgrades, postal charge and such general expenses.)

8. Daily Email Newsletter Publication (PDF free download, subscription based print version or email online newsletter) – collection of daily Burmese news from sources outside and inside Burma including MoeMaKa, other exile news medias, and radio programs.

9. Burmese Helping Burmese, Fund Raising and Charity Drive to help Burmese artists and activists inside Burma, who are socially and politically at the disadvantage by the suppression and repression of the Burmese junta, and to raise awareness and moral support towards the democratic civil society of Burma

10. Empowering community inside and outside Burma, encouraging Burmese people to participate in democratic civil society activities such as Burmese literary talk, Burmese Community Discussion, and Burmese Cultural Performances

11. Charity Drive to assist Political Prisoners social support network run by NLD, Burmese opposition party led by Aung San Suu Kyi, U Tin Oo and U Win Tin

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Year 2011 Highlights

Year 2011 Highlights

1. Weekly Interview Program with U Win Tin: Since his release from prison, MoeMaKa kept in touch with the major opposition figure to report his view and perspective on Burma's issues. It has covered critical political campaigns of the Burmese democratic activists, such as the boycott on the 2010 Regime's election and on the continuing struggles of Burmese oppositions under the new government elected from Regime's sham 2010 election.

2. Media coverage on Aung San Suu Kyi: Since her release from her house arrest in November 2010, we have covered and reported news of her activity, speeches, and events. We were also given a valuable interview with her to explain our existence and progress. She has shown her agreement and support of the mission of MoeMaKa Burmese news group for the struggle for democracy and freedom of expression in Burma.

3. Media coverage and Raising Awareness on current community led campaign for Burma:
Under the solidarity leadership of opposition leaders, Aung San Suu Kyi, U Tin Oo, and U Win Tin, the Burmese democratic community become mobilized again and started to raise funds and charities to support the Burmese political prisoners and their families. They also called for the release of all political prisoners inside Burma by signing the petition together with the leaders. The Burmese democratic community became actively involved in reforming the state with true federation, not like the state ran by the centralized regime backed by the dictatorial military leaders. MoeMaKa is continuing covering the situation and also help raising awareness of the issues towards the Burmese community.

Monday, July 4, 2011

MoeMaKa initiated SFBC Book Drives for Burmese Children

MoeMaKa initiated SFBC Book Drives for Burmese Children
(4th July 2011)
SFBC Bookdrive was created by the Burmese community in San Francisco Bay Area to donate books to Burmese libraries and communities in need of them. The reason being that in Burma, children books and literature are needed in bulk and on a cheap scale, to encourage children's growth in knowledge and creativity, as well as learning English. In other countries, children books and literature are available to all. We need the same to in Burma. That is why we are lending our hands to do so.

  -to support and volunteer in educational and charity related works in needed community and neighbourhoods starting with our own Burmese community

 -to collect books (mainly children books) for libraries and communities ran by social support or educational organizations in Burma.


Work consists of
 -collecting books
 -collecting donations
 -categorizing books
 -cataloging, stamping, and marking books
 -packaging and delivering books
 -finding and organizing receiving ends (e.g. monastic schools, publicly supported schools and libraries)
 -informing and recruiting people
 -expanding SFBC Bookdrive

 -book package delivery (monthly) - US $150.00 
 -general expense (monthly) - US $50.00

Monthly Donations
 -$5 - $10 contributions collected from sponsors (see Members above)

Operation Components
 -photos and pamphlets
 -SFBC Bookdrive email (as a contact point)
 -email group (for all those in SFBC Bookdrive

(more information and details will be added in future posts)


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