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Library.dailycity.usa.and.lpk.singapore.uthanlwin.peninsula.plaza

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  1. 1. Dear Ko Than Lwin My comment for this Good Article In United State - every township has 3 to 10 public library. In San Francisco public library, philipeno book are displayed for barrowing. Of course, Chinese, Indian, Korean, Japan books also displayed in USA publish library. Some Burmese tried to get permit to display Burmese book at Daily City, SF public library and I don't know they success or not. In Singapore, old Burmese and young Burmese setup a LPK Burmese Library in 2006 for barrow politic & knowledge books. Their library located at Peninsula Plaza 4th floor. Young generation tried very hard to survive this library. Yes, a lot of people barrow books with bar-code reader. Free of charge. Thank You to volunteers. Yes, bookself is easy to setup. Many library in overseas/ inside-Myanmar already completed by public donation but barrow system is not successful. In Myanmar - I remember, public libraries were too many by government in 1970, but now finished. Europe countries, Japan, Korea .. they have many public libraries but south east asia countries Thai, Malaysia, Vietnam .. i visited and unable to find public library. Only Singapore has 1. Every Primary/Secondary schools have library , can barrow books. Government practise students to read books at early young age. 2. Every Poly Technic (diploma) and University (degree) in Singapore has very large library. Student can barrow free of charge. 3. Public Library, as this Ko Than Lwin's article 26 super libraries are located at whole Singapore
  2. 2. Link http://moemaka.com/archives/39876
  3. 3. 1 To Carol E. Simmons Director, Daly City Public Library Subject: To keep Burmese books in Public Library Premise Date: Nov 25, 2008 Subject: To keep Burmese books in Public Library Premise Dear. We explore the opportunity of Burmese book to keep in Daly City Public Library. Reasons: 1. There are ~10,000 Burmese living in Daly City (bigger than other counties) 2. We do not have capacity to setup our own library. 3. Burma military junta has no democracy and no election for 46 years. We are learning democracy via USA. One of the way to educate democracy is “reading the democracy books” and “build a community”. 4. Need help .., following discussion agenda a) History of Burmese migrate to USA b) Our team and Burmese Community List in San Francisco Bay Area c) Our proposal to keep Burmese book in Library primise
  4. 4. 2 Military government made Burma from "top 10 wealthiest country in Asia" to "Bottop 10 poorest country in the world" in 46 years period. Since, 1988 most Burmese noticed "NO HOPE" and migrated to other countries. More than 3 millions Burmese migrated to neighboring country (Thai, Malaysia, Singapore) and developed countries (US, Japan, Australia, Korea ..etc). In Sept 2007, a hugh Buddhist Monk uprising was brutally oppressed by killing them. May 2008, Nargis Cyclone destroyed lower Burma by killing 200,000 people and 2 millions homeless. Military government afraid off US, UN and ban all aids to affected area. Mean let his own people die in hunger is better than losing their power. US, UN has no choice, what they can do is "accepting Burmese as refugees in US, EU countries"... Following table showed "Burmese refugees are top of US acceptance .. 20% of 48,281 refugees in US (2007) are Burmese. What we can do is "In God We Trust" as a Christian Burmese. As a Christian and Muslim, "It is God will" and as a Buddhist, it is "Shay-Kutho". Our team already opened library in Japan & Singapore Tokyo, Japan www.moethaukkye.com Burmese Library, Singapore www.monywa.org/witmone Patron Team 1. Dr. Salai Tun Than (408) 655 7349 drsalaitt@gmail.com Retired Professor First Degree - B.Sc (Agriculture) 1949-53 in Mandalay, Burma Selected as state scholar and studied in USA M.S in Agronomy in the University of Georgia in Athens , USA 1954-55 P.hD University of Wisconsin, USA 1955-1959 Post Doctorial Fellow - University of Florida, USA 1961 Processor & Dean (retired) of Yezin Agricultural University, Burma 1959-90 Imprisoned 7 years for peaceful demonstration in front of the Rangoon City Hall 2001 Tji Hak-Soon, “Justice and Peace” award honored in Korea 2007 2. Hla Min (408) 655 7349 u.hla.min@gmail.com IT Professional Frist Degree – B.E. (EC), Rangon Institue of Technology, Burma M.Sc. (Computer Science), Rangoon University, Burma MCS, Rice University, Texas, USA 3. Dr. Khin Aye Win (650) 515 8450 juejuesan@hotmail.com Phamacy Consultant First Degree – MBBS, Rangoon, Institue of Medicine 1, Burma 1984 Practised as MD (Public Medical Doctor in Rangon), 4. Helen A. Lee (415) 573 8827 helen_notary@yahoo.com Assessment Appeals Board, SFGOV Assessment Appeals Board, SFGOV
  5. 5. 3 Bay Area Burmese (Myanmar) Organizations No. Name No. Name 1 BAA (Burmese American Association) 28 Fremont Myanmar Christian Fellowship 2 BAPS (Burmese American Professionals Society) 29 Oakland Burmese Mission Baptist Church (OBMBC) 3 USBMA (United States Burmese Medical Association) 30 Burmese Christian Family Fellowship of Bay Area (BCFF) 4 MCUSA (Myanmar Community USA Inc.) 31 East bay Burmese Chrisian fellowship 5 BADA (Burmese American Democratic Alliance) 32 FBBC(SF) 6 BAWA (Burmese American Women’s Alliance) 33 BCCC(San Jose) 7 Burmese American Dental Association 34 DC Rhino Soccer Team (Daly City Youths) 8 Theravada Kappiya Karaka 35 MSC (Myanmar Student Club) Soccer Team 9 Theravada Dhamma Society 36 Yadana Gonyee Dhamma Class (Fremont Youths) 10 San Francisco Myanmar Taxi Drivers Association 37 Theravada Buddhist Youth Group (TBYG) 11 BYA (Burmese Youth Association) 38 Myat Cedanar Group (Fremont) 12 BSC (Burmese Student Club -City College of San Francisco) 39 Moemaka Media Group 13 MSA (Myanmar Student Association – San Jose State University) 40 Mandalay Gazette Team 14 Buremese Club (Berkeley) 41 Burmese Classic Team 15 Westmoor High School Burmese Club 42 BACO (Burmese American Community Outreach) 16 Sasana Moli (International Burmese Monks Organization) 43 BASES 17 Waytandayar Foundation 44 RIT Alumi International 18 Kachin Today Group (USA) 45 TBSA (Therava Buddhist Society of America) 19 Overseas Kachin Christians for Burma ( OKCB ) 46 MABA (Myanmar American Buddhist Association) 20 Karen Fellowship 47 Sae Taw Win II Dhamma Center Family 21 Arakanese Community Association California 48 Northern California Vipassana Association - Dhamma Manda 22 Chin Group 49 Taungpulu 23 Shan Group 50 Kusalakari 24 Sino Burmese Buddhist Association 51 Tahtagata 25 88 Students (Exile) 52 Alowtawpyie 26 Oakland Burmese Student Association 53 Yadanar Nyan Yaung 27 DPNS 54 Immanuel Myanmar Church Proposal 1. We will provide books. a) start with ~200 good books about Burmese culture and demoncracy. b) We will volunteer if need 2. We get space (eg. A book shelf) and manage our volunteers to minimise library maintenance time. a) Not necessary to register under Library system. In/out book is free of library sensor b) Book record will be manual card system. Catalog will be volunteer by Burmese labor c) Barrow book / return book is self-system. Any library member can barrow free of charge. (Public Library membership is free of charge in USA) d) Burmese volunteer to maintain and cleanness of catalog/book arrangement/ card system.. etc Presented by Zaw Aung (347) 425 3421 uzawaung@gmail.com Semiconductor Engineer Frist Degree – BE (Electronic), Rangoon Institute of Technology 1985
  6. 6. Gmail - Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=166fffad03&view=pt&q... M. Zaw Aung <uzawaung@gmail.com> Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library Tim Birch <tbirch@dalycity.org> Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:52 AM To: "M. Zaw Aung" <uzawaung@gmail.com> Hello Joseph, Please call Perla at the Bayanihan Cultural Center at 650-992-9110 on Wednesday (tomorrow) morning to discuss their housing your materials. Carol Simmons spoke with Perla earlier today and Perla is expecting your call. Thank you very much, Tim From: M. Zaw Aung [mailto:uzawaung@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 1:43 PM To: Tim Birch Subject: Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library Dear Tim Thanks for working on City approval .. Mean time, can you help for following action. To display at ref. section ~ 10 books... is that be not required by City approval... See link (some books) http://monywa.org/witmone/family/financial/leisure/reference.books.htm With Faithfully Joseph The information in this e-mail and in any attachments is confidential, privileged, and the property of the City of Daly City. If you received this message in error, please destroy this message, delete any copies and attachments stored on your systems and notify the sender immediately. Any further distribution or copying of this message is strictly prohibited. 1 of 1 5/21/2011 6:55 PM
  7. 7. Gmail - Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=166fffad03&view=pt&q... M. Zaw Aung <uzawaung@gmail.com> Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library Tim Birch <tbirch@dalycity.org> Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:54 AM To: "M. Zaw Aung" <uzawaung@gmail.com> Hello Joseph, Please see more specific information below. Sorry, Tim From: Tim Birch Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 2:52 PM To: 'M. Zaw Aung' Subject: RE: Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library Hello Joseph, Please call Perla at the Bayanihan Cultural Center at 650-992-9110 on Wednesday (tomorrow) morning at 10 am to discuss their housing your materials. Carol Simmons spoke with Perla earlier today and Perla is expecting your call. Thank you very much, Tim From: M. Zaw Aung [mailto:uzawaung@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 1:43 PM To: Tim Birch Subject: Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library Dear Tim Thanks for working on City approval .. Mean time, can you help for following action. To display at ref. section ~ 10 books... is that be not required by City approval... See link (some books) http://monywa.org/witmone/family/financial/leisure/reference.books.htm With Faithfully Joseph [Quoted text hidden] 1 of 1 5/21/2011 6:56 PM
  8. 8. Gmail - Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=166fffad03&view=pt&q... M. Zaw Aung <uzawaung@gmail.com> Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library Tim Birch <tbirch@dalycity.org> Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:47 AM To: "M. Zaw Aung" <uzawaung@gmail.com> Hello Joseph, Thank you for your message. At present, Carol is trying to get in touch with a representative from another cultural group in Daly City. This group already has space in our community and we are trying to find out if they would be interested in housing your collection. We are hopeful that they will be able to accommodate. If they are, I imagine you would want them to have the reference collection as well as the rest of your materials housed there. If you are still interested in having us house your reference collection, we would need you to donate those books to the Daly City Public Library. If that is acceptable, we would need to know which neighborhood has the most interested/largest Burmese population, so we could decide which branch library should house the reference collection. Please let me know what you decide. Thank you very much, Tim From: M. Zaw Aung [mailto:uzawaung@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 1:43 PM To: Tim Birch Subject: Some Burmese reference Books for Public Library [Quoted text hidden] The information in this e-mail and in any attachments is confidential, privileged, and the property of the City of Daly City. If you received this message in error, please destroy this message, delete any copies and attachments stored on your systems and notify the sender immediately. Any further distribution or copying of this message is strictly prohibited. 1 of 1 5/21/2011 6:53 PM
  9. 9. Gmail - Burmese Language Book Collection https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=166fffad03&view=pt&q... M. Zaw Aung <uzawaung@gmail.com> Burmese Language Book Collection Tim Birch <tbirch@dalycity.org> Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 9:04 AM To: uzawaung@gmail.com Cc: Carol Simmons <csimmons@dalycity.org> Hello Joseph, As promised, I discussed housing the Burmese Language Book Collection at the Daly City Library with Carol Simmons as well as the supervising library staff and other librarians. Carol is going to speak with City Management in an effort to procure some space elsewhere in Daly City to house your collection. We do not believe that housing the collection in a public library makes sense at this time since the materials are privately owned. We will be in touch in the near future with an update concerning space availability. Thank you and take care, Tim Timothy Birch Assistant to the Director Daly City Public Library 40 Wembley Drive Daly City, CA 94015 650-991-8237 The information in this e-mail and in any attachments is confidential, privileged, and the property of the City of Daly City. If you received this message in error, please destroy this message, delete any copies and attachments stored on your systems and notify the sender immediately. Any further distribution or copying of this message is strictly prohibited. 1 of 1 5/21/2011 7:05 PM
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