Friday, November 9, 2007

Recent travel to Hpyi Maw

                      Online nlu ai shara de hkawm taw ai majaw post nnan nlu mara ai mung grai na mat sai.  Update nlu galaw da ai blog de sa chyai na nhtang wa ra mat ai manang ni yawng hpe.. mung..  grai tawng ban ai. Laga Post nnan nlu ka shi ai majaw hkrun lam kaw dem wa ai sumla ni hpe sha naw mara dat ai.
@ Hpyi Maw mare hte Miwa mung ga jarit gate re.

  @ Kawng ntsa na dem da ai Hpyi Maw mare sumla re.

  @ N-dai  Miwa mung de dut shalai hkyen ai hpun ni re ai.

  @ N-dai gaw  Jinghpaw mungdaw kaw lawm ai lamu ga nkau mi hpe Miwa hpe dut jaw kau ai hpang bai masat ai lamu ga jarit shadaw re.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Securely delete files with Delete on Click

               Deleting files from a Windows can be a lot of work.First you click delete and the file doesn't really go away, it just winds up in your recycle bin. Then once you empty the trash, the file is still on your hard drive until some application comes along and writes over it. That's how if your computer is stolen, experts are able to fine that naughty bits in your hard disk. 
                DeleteOnClick is a freeware file that adds a "securely delete" option to your right-click context menu. If you select securely delete,  your file doesn't go to the recycle bin. In other words if you securely delete a file , there's no way to recover it.
Click here for download DeleteOn Click.


 #  Bum ntsa kaw na dem da ai Pang Wah mare  hte lahta tsang jawng sumla re.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Gin Jaw Hkrum Ra Zuphpawng De Tang Madun ai Laika

Ginjaw Komiti
15 lang na ginjaw komiti hkumra zuphpawng

                                    KIO/KIA DU KABA HPANG DE TANG DA AI LAIKA

1. NC hta KIO/KIA hku nna tang shawn na matu la sa ai proposal hpe SPDC wa tsep kawp n jahta ya ai sha n-ga myit mung n-myit ya ai hta KIO/KIA gaw SPDC aq [constitution]referendum hpe madi shadaw dat ai gaw mau n-ma re nga ai. Matut nna myen ni woi awn ai tinggyeng akyu tam ai mungmasa lam yan aq hpang hkan ai gaw Chyurum W.P sha ni shada dumbri dumbra byin shangun ai akyu ara sha pru wa nga ai. Teng man ai amyusha lawt lu lamgaloi mung lu wa na n re nna WP myusha ni hpe hpyen wa aq lata de ap kau ya ai hku she lachyum pru wa ai. Dai hku byin wa taw nga ai hpe tsep kawp n ra sharawng ai hku re.

2. KIO/KIA nnan gaw sharawt wa yang jahkrat da ai yawshada lam ni hta WP Myusha ni hkratsumtaw nga ai ahkaw ahkang ni lu la na matu, Myen Myukaba mayu ai hpe kasat na matu re ai hta, ya lam lapran e myusha ni lawt lu ai lam majing n-lu shi yang myen hte kanen nna nga
mat ai gaw shanglawt kaja lu sai majaw kun? Myusha ni aq yaw shada ai lam ni hpring zup mat
sai majaw kun? Matut nna myen ni dipsha ai hpe n ra nna rawt malan ai wa ya gaw myen ni dip
sha ai hpe tara shang hkap la ai lachyum pru mat sai hku re, hpu-shawng hpu-hpuba ni sung
sung myit yu na hpe ra sharawng ai.

3. 1994 ning hta lahkawng maga de gap hkat jahkring ai lam galaw ai raitim anhte ni hpang maga de sha gaphkat jahkring da ai rai nna Myengumshen ni maga de gaw kasat ai lam njahkring ai hpe mu lu ai. Katsi majan re nga ai kani majan hte anhte WP myusha ni kasat shamyit hkrum katut nga nna hpawt ni na ningbaw re nga ai anhte aq ramma kaji kaba ni
yawng gaw dai katsi majan kata hta si hkrum ra ai hte shani shana hkrat sum taw nga ai. Dai kani aq majaw kanu kawa kashu kasha ni yawng rim adup zingri hkrum nga ai hte yawnhkyen myiprwi pru ra nga sai, n-dai lam hpe hpu-shawng hpuba ni laja lana myityu na hpe ra sharawng ai.

4. Hpushawng hpuba share shagan ni dakring dalang shakut lai wa ai lagaw-hkang ni hpe mung n-shaprai nna, mungchying sha kaji kaba yawng, matsan jahkrai gaidaw gaida ni yawng kaw-si hpang gara nga ai ten hta kahpu-ba ni gaw anhte aq hkrap-ngu hkrap-ngoi ai n sen ni hpe na ya nna kam gring ai gawng malai tai tsap ya na hpe kam ga ai. Matut n-na n-pawt nhpang kawn yaw shada ai bandung hpe mung n-tat ai sha anhte hkamsha shoichyum nga ai tsinyam kata na lawt lu wa ai ladat ni hte woiawn na hpe rasharawng ga ai.

5. Myen hpyen gumshem asuya woi awn ai mungmasa gaw shi a asak galu na matu share majaw shanhte aq hpang hkan ai lam hpe KIO/KIA ni gaw jahkring kau nna kaja wa teng man ai mungmasa de lu sa na matu mungshawa hte lata gindun nna teng man ai maga hta WP Myusha ni aq gawng malai tai let ngang ngang tsap ya na hpe ra sharawng ga ai.

Chyurum WP myusha ni hte Ramma ni
USA, India, Denmark, Czech Republic, Laos, U-Ma Ga, Thailand, Hong Kong

Windows logo key shortcuts

              These can be very handy for quickly accessing system control panels or to search for files. The Windows logo key is usually on the left side of the keyboard on the bottom row.

Windows: Display the Start menu

Windows Logo + D: Minimize windows or restore all windows

Windows Logo + E: Brings up My Computer (Windows Explorer)

Windows Logo + F: Displays the in-built Search dialog

Windows Logo + Ctrl + F: Displays the Search for computer

Windows Logo + F1: Brings up the Help and Support Center

Windows Logo + R: Opens the Run dialog box

Windows Logo + break: Brings up the System Properties dialog box

Windows Logo + shift + M: Undo minimize all windows

Windows Logo + L: Locks the workstation

Windows Logo + U: Open Utility Manager (Accessibility options)

Windows Logo + Q: Quick switching of users (Powertoys only)

Windows Logo + Q: Hold Windows Key, then tap Q to scroll thru the different users on your PC

These keyboard shortcuts will work on any computer running Windows.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

Some Ways to Run A Computer Faster

             There are many ways to make your computer run faster. Here are some methods I use to boost my PC's performance.
1. Free Up Disk Space
             A great way to make computer run faster is to free up some disk space. You can use Disk Clean up tool that comes with Windows to free up your hard disk. The utility identifies files that you can safely delete without messing anything up, and then you can choose whether you want to delete some or all of the identified files.
             How to use disk cleanup tool.
    * Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Disk Cleanup. If several drives are available, you need to specify which drive you want to clean.
   * In the Disk Cleanup for dialog box, scroll through the content of the Files to delete list.
   * Clear the check boxes for files that you don't want to delete, and then click OK.
   * When prompted to confirm that you want to delete the specified files, click OK. 

  2. Use Defrag Tool 
           When you add a file or a new program to a new computer, the hard drive is relatively empty so new data is saved to the hard drive in one whole block. When you need to use that information, the computer can quickly access it because it is all in one place. Defragging your system is definitely a way to make a computer run faster. 

How to use defrag tool.

* From the start menu point to "all programs"
* Point to "Accessories"
* Point to "System Tools"
* Click on "Disk Defragmenter"
* The disk defragmenter will display the hard drives on your computer. Just select and click Defragment.

 3. Get rid of spyware


          Spyware is software with malicious intent - by design; it does something bad to your computer.  It sometimes takes advantage of the fact that most people click "I Agree" to software licenses without reading them. 
          The only way to get rid of spyware is to have some kind of scanner, sort of like an anti-virus. In order to make a computer run faster and keep it safer you don't need an anti-spyware program. This is tricky, a lot of the spyware programs out there are malicious and will actually add viruses and spyware to your computer by using the "spyware scanner and blocker". So please remember to be very careful when choosing your anti-spyware program. 

4. Find and repair disk errors

    Detect and Repair Disk Errors

        You can check the integrity of the files stored on your hard disk by running the Error Checking utility.

       How to run the error checking utility.

* Click Start, and then click My Computer.
* In the My Computer window, right-click the hard disk you want to search for bad sectors, and then click Properties.
* In the Properties dialog box, click the Tools tab.
* Click the Check Now button.
* In the Check Disk dialog box, select the Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors check box, and then click Start.
* If bad sectors are found, choose to fix them.

Tip: Only select the Automatically fix file system errors check box if you think that your disk contains bad sectors.
     5. Get an external hard drive (using portable hard disk)

          Adding an External Hard Drive to your computer will allow you to clear out a lot of the things(eg. your music or pictures)  you don't need to be storing on your normal hard drive. 
         All those songs and pictures storing on your computer make  it go slower. You will see a decline in your computer's performance as soon as you use over half of your hard drive space. 
          Moving all your songs or pictures to your external hard drive will free up a lot of space on your main hard drive. You can even move applications such as photoshop or games. 
     ps: If you have better techniques, plz share to me.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The Only Game in Town

1. It was a sad day, that morning at the United Nations, when the ASEAN Foreign Ministers confronted the Myanmar Foreign Minister over the brutal crackdown of demonstrators in Yangon. We had just received reports of automatic weapons being used. The Thai Foreign Minister said to me with great sadness that the killing of Buddhist monks was particularly opprobrius.

2. ASEAN issued a strong statement expressing our horror and our anger. We had been reluctant to do so because Myanmar is a member of the ASEAN family. For some time now, we had stopped trying to defend Myanmar internationally because it became no longer credible. But we refrained from publicly castigating its government. This time, we had no choice. The honour of the family was at stake and the people of Myanmar would not forgive us if we kept silent.

3. When Western countries cheered us for speaking out, it worried us. Strident calls to bring down the regime showed a lack of understanding of the problem. It cannot be assumed that out of the ashes, a new resplendent Myanmar will automatically rise. That the old way persisted in by the military government since 1988 cannot work is clear. But the way forward is not so clear.

4. Like in Indonesia, the Myanmar army played a major role in the founding of the state. It was Aung San Suu Kyi's father, Aung San, who founded that army. He remains a national icon and part of his prestige has passed on to his daughter. Ironically, the institution which her father established became her tormentor.

5. This emotional entanglement is part of the complexity in the Myanmar situation today. After he stepped down, the old leader Ne Win, often suspected of being still a power behind the scenes, would occasionally visit Singapore for medical treatment. Sometimes, he would meet former Prime Ministers Lee Kuan Yew and Goh Chok Tong. Whenever they discussed Aung San Suu Kyi, Ne Win always referred to her as 'my leader's daughter', never in a pejorative way, despite her being an implacable opponent of the military government'€™s policies. The military leaders know she retains a certain moral authority because of her father and her landslide victory in the 1990 elections. They have to accord her a certain respect. She in turn knows that national reconciliation must involve the military.

6. Achieving national conciliation will not be easy. The military government has been trying to marginalise her and the National League for Democracy without success. The recent demonstrations, especially the large scale involvement of Buddhist monks, have strengthened her hand. Attempts by the government to intimidate the population can only succeed in the short term. However, if either side takes brinksmanship too far, the result will be a great tragedy for the people of Myanmar.

7. The role of United Nations Special Envoy Ibrahim Gambari is crucial. A gifted Nigerian diplomat, he has somehow managed to earn the trust of both sides. That the military leaders allowed him access to Aung San Suu Kyi on two occasions in the past was a sign that they wanted to negotiate, albeit on their terms. That she asked him to continue playing that role showed that she too is prepared to negotiate provided the military leaders are serious. The negotiation will be tough and protracted but it is our best hope for the country. If Gambari fails, the future will be bleak. There are some observers who believe that the issue must be forced now. That point may yet come but we should give peaceful negotiation our best shot. If the Chileans had tried to force the issue with Pinochet, their transition to democracy would have been bathed in blood.

8. The alternative cannot but be violent. Many ethnic groups in Myanmar resent majority Burman rule. While their peace agreement with the Yangon government still holds, a number of these groups are still armed and can easily return to insurgency. The border regions remain largely unpacified. The fact is that without the army playing a major role in any future solution, Myanmar cannot hold together. Historian Thant Myint-U, the grandson of the third UN Secretary General U Thant and no apologist of the regime, warned recently that sudden change in Myanmar can lead to Iraq-type anarchy. It is precisely to win over the minorities that the military government changed the country's name from Burma to Myanmar some years ago. It is however a change that western countries refused to accept in order not to confer legitimacy on the government.

9. Myanmar is a buffer state between China and India. If the country dissolves into civil war, both these giant neighbours will be dragged in willynilly. For this reason, keeping Myanmar in the ASEAN family is in everyone'€™s best interest including the West’s. When Gambari was dispatched by the UN Secretary General to Myanmar last week with the full authority of the Security Council, we in ASEAN gave him our full support. He is our best bet and the only game in town. China played a helpful role in helping secure the meetings he had. Japan has decided to cut aid but is keeping close to the ASEAN position. The US and Europe are stepping up sanctions against Myanmar. Skilfully done, concerted international action can strengthen Gambari's hand and help bring about a happy outcome.

 By George Yeo

Sunday, October 7, 2007

Kraw Hpaw N-sen

          2007/Oct 6 ya shani Mai Ja Yang mare e magam bungli hte wa du nga ai Buga shara shagu na ramma ni hkrum zup let NC hpe madi shadaw ai lamang hta KIO a shang lawm madi shadaw ai lam hpe ninghkap ai lamang galaw lai wa sai lam chye lu ai. N-dai ramma hkrum zup hpawng hta ramma 180 jan myit hkrum madi shadaw ai hte, Mai Ja Yang nga Wunpawng Ramma ni a Kraw Hpaw N-sen nga nna...

  An hte gaw...
1. Tengman ai Munghpawm Mungdan byin wa na hpe awng sharawng ai ni rai nga ga ai. Awng Dawm shang lawt lu na hpe mung myit mada nga ai ni rai nga ga ai.

2. Wunpawng Myu sha, K- wuhpung ni yawng lawan myit hkrum kahkyin gumdin na lam hpe ra sharawng ga ai.

3. Myen hpyen Asuya (SPDC) a NC hte Constitution hpe hkaptau madi shadaw ai lam hpe ninghkap ga ai. Shanglawm madi shadaw lawm ai wuhpung ni yawng a shang lawm madi shadaw ai lam hpe mung nra sharawng ga ai.

4. Tinang KIO hku nna Myen Hpyen Asuya (SPDC) a NC hte Constitution hpe hkap tau madi shadaw lawm ai a majaw Mung kan a man e mung Mung shawa a man e mung myi man sum, hkrat sum mat ai sari hpe tsi la lu na hte Mung shawa ni a myit makam bai lu la hkra galaw na aten rai nga ai. Dai majaw tinang KIO ninggawn mung masa grin nga lu na matu hte KIO dap shawa yawng Jinghpaw wunpawng amyu sha ni a hkrat sum mat wa ai sari hpe bai sharawt la lu na matu tinang KIO ginjaw komiti kaw nna lawan dik ai hku sanglang dan na hte shawng lam bungli masing hkrang shapraw sa wa na hpe aja awa ra sharawng ga ai.

5. Myen hpyen Asuya (SPDC) hpe UN kaw nna lawan ahkyak la ya na matu ra sharawng ga ai.

6. Myen Mung  mung masa a majaw sharen da hkrum ai mung masa ningbaw ni hte mung masha, jawng ma, hpung kyi ni yawng hpe lawan dat ya na matu ra sharawng ga ai.

7. Myen mung hte Mungkan shara shagu hta nga nga ai mung shawa ni yawng  Myen hpyen Asuya hpe ja ja wa ninghkap sa wa ga ngu ga saw dat ga ai.
  ngu ai N-dau N-sen hpe shapraw dat sai lam chye lu ai.

Friday, October 5, 2007


        There are two basic principles to keep your brain healthy and sharp as you age: variety and curiosity. When anything you do becomes second nature, you need to make a change. If you can do the crossword puzzle in your sleep, it’s time for you to move on to a new challenge in order to get the best workout for your brain. Curiosity about the world around you, how it works and how you can understand it will keep your brain working fast and efficiently. Use the ideas below to help attain your quest for mental fitness.

1. Read a Book

          Pick a book on an entirely new subject. Read a novel set in Egypt. Learn about economics. There are many excellent popular non-fiction books that do a great job entertaining you while teaching about a subject. Become an expert in something new each week. Branch out from familiar reading topics. If you usually read history books, try a contemporary novel. Read foreign authors, the classics and random books. Not only will your brain get a workout by imagining different time periods, cultures and peoples, you will also have interesting stories to tell about your reading, what it makes you think of and the connections you draw between modem life and the words.

2. Play Games

         Games are a wonderful way to tease and challenge your brain. Suduko, crosswords and electronic games can all improve your brain’s speed and memory. These games rely on logic, word skills, math and more. These games are also fun. You’ll get benefit more by doing these games a little bit every day-spend 15 minutes or so, not hours.

3. Use Your Opposite Hand

          Spend the day doing things with your non-dominant hand. If you are left-handed, open doors with your right hand. If you are right-handed, try using your keys with your left. This simple task will cause your brain to lay down some new pathways and rethink daily tasks. Wear your watch on the opposite hand to remind you to switch.

4. Learn Phone Numbers

         Our modem phones remember every number that calls them. No one memorizes phone numbers anymore, but it is a great memory Skill. Learn a new phone number everyday.

5. Eat for Your Brain

         Your brain needs you to eat healthy fats. Focus on fish oils from wild salmon, nuts such as walnuts, seeds such as flax seed and olive oil. Eat more of these foods and less saturated fats. Eliminate transfats completely from your diet.

6. Break the Routine

         We love our routines. We have hobbies and pastimes that we could do for hours on end. But the more something is second nature, the less our brains have to work to do it. To really help your brain stay young, challenge it. Change routes to the grocery store, use your opposite hand to open doors and eat dessert first. All this will force your brain to wake up from habits and pay attention again.

7. Go a Different way

          Drive or walk a different way to wherever you go. This little change in routine helps the brain practice special memory and directions. Try different side streets go through stores in a different order anything to change your route.

8. Learn a New Skill

        Learning a new skill works multiple areas of the brain. Your memory comes into play, you learn new movements and you associate things differently. Reading Shakespeare, learning to cook and building an airplane out of tooth picks all will challenge your brain and give you something to think about.

9. Make Lists

          Lists are wonderful. Making lists helps us to associate items with one another. Make a list of all the places you have traveled. Make a list of the tastiest foods you have eaten. Make a list of the best presents you have been given. Make one list every day to jog your memory and make new connections. But don’t become too reliant on them. Make your grocery list, but then try to shop without it. Use the list once you have put every item you can think of in your cart. Do the same with your “to do” lists.

10. Choose a new skill

           Find something that captivates you that you can do easily in your home and doesn'€™t cost too much. Photography with a digital camera, learning to draw, learning a musical instrument learning new cooking styles, or writing are all great choices.

 PS: copy from here!