MEHSA

MEHS 10th Reunion Banner Image

  1. Myo

    MEHSA 2006 Reunion in L.A. by Phyllis Aung Gine

    by
    MEHSA 2006 Reunion in L.A. by Phyllis Aung Gine They came flying in from all over the world, halfway across the continent, and also from across the nation. They are all bound for the great 2006 Reunion, which was set for July 2 – 3, 2006. Talk has been going around for a long time now and people are getting very anxious to be there, to be present where everyone who is anyone will be there, to be seen and to see. Some will be strutting around with their new spouses, some will be coming in troves, some will come...
  2. Myo

    Reflections To Our Days at M.E.H.S. by Harry Taw, Cecil Wagstaff and Edwin Tin Tut

    by
    Reflections to our days at M.E.H.S. by Harry Taw, Cecil Wagstaff and Edwin Tin Tut Our MEHS motto said, “Not for school but for life do we learn” and in truth, all through our school days we learnt not only our lessons, but under the stern eyes of our loving teachers we gathered the spiritual weapons of integrity, social behaviour, an awareness of civics and strength of character: weapons we would use all our lives and pass on to our children and grandchildren. When we entered the real-world life as adults, through these lessons of the heart taught by our...
  3. Myo

    Myanmar Names by Edwin Aye Tut

    by
    Myanmar Names by Edwin Aye Tut Talking about names, I too have many Myanmar names since birth. Started with “Ni Tut” at birth and Mother’s given name became Khin Maung Aye. And about the same time, I was also called Maung Maung Aye which is better, so I was told, both being written in Myanmar alphabets, “above a line” as per astrological terms and beliefs. The family also call me “Edwin Tut” as my Father’s name was Tin Tut. When I started school at MEHS in 1950, Edwin Tut was the name of the day and into life till this...
  4. Myo

    MEHS – Class of 64 by Carol (Clift) Nelson and June (Rajh) Larden

    by
    MEHS – Class of 64 by Carol (Clift) Nelson with assistance from June (Rajh) Larden Wow 44 years have passed Will our education last? Time will tell? So far we are all doing well Some memories fade But now all brought to the fore Lest ye forget, never more Wherever we are whatever we be MEHS we will remember thee We are, we are, the class of 64 Are we older? Bolder? Who’s keeping score We’ve travelled down memory lane Deep inside, still the same Rekindling memories held dear Year after year Maths was Myat San, Henderson & Crane MEHS...
  5. Myo

    The Ladies Take Away 2011 Reunion By Storm

    by
    THE LADIES TAKE AWAY 2011 REUNION BY STORM By Tommy Htay For the first time in history, the ladies of the MEHSA took over the wheel and fielded the Fifth International Reunion with such feminine flair and aplomb that the menfolk there soaked in the tender loving care of the sisterhood of pantsuits, skirts and htameins like the veritable kids that they all became in spite of their greying and receding hairlines. What a crowning achievement for the principal players Lily Chen, Sally Joseph, Sheila Patail and, of course, our “Honorable” Mr. Treasurer William Chen! First, the ladies steered us...
  6. Myo

    5th MEHSA Reunion in Las Vegas by Myat (Phyllis) Khaing

    by
    5th MEHSA Reunion in Las Vegas By Myat (Phyllis) Khaing It’s here, it’s here, it’s here at last!!! The 5th MEHSA International Reunion is here at last! This is the much awaited, long anticipated reunion, which is held in Las Vegas, in the heart of all the bright lights and casinos. What a better way to celebrate the celebrities of dear old MEHS! We came in droves, some of us came all the way from the UK, and some from Burma, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Pakistan, Thailand, Germany, Greece , Italy and Canada and some of us came as far...
  7. Myo

    Three’s An Awesome Company or Hail to the MEHS by Tommy Htay

    by
    THREE’S AN AWESOME COMPANY OR HAIL TO THE M.E.H.S. by Tommy Htay “We used to rule the airwaves, didn’t we?”, she chirped demurely, her glassy eyes dancing with glee longingly wandering deep into the past. She gave me a questioning look, her smile sweet and captivating. And, without much moving away from her focus on my impending response, with a suaveness like that of a Hollywood movie star, she sipped the coffee from a cup she held in one hand and with the other handed me another cup of coffee as if I needed to perk myself up to come...
  8. Myo

    MEHS Hawaii “Five Oh” by Cleo Kyin Oo Appleton

    by
    MEHS Hawaii “Five Oh” Dear Friends, Aloha! Hawaii, the 50th state of the United States is a chain of islands, seamounts (sea mountains) in the middle of the north Pacific Ocean. It is not only a popular tourist destination for its beauty, balmy good weather and friendly folks, it is truly the crossroads of the East and the West … with a vibrant native Hawaiian culture. Embracing the best of both worlds, this “Pacific Gateway” is an ideal setting to connect, renew and reinvigorate the friendships made from childhood in and out of school, as well as those you have...
  9. Myo

    All Creatures Great and Small by Mervyn Shwe Tha (Myo Thant)

    by
    All creatures great and small We herald into this world with our parents desiring the very best for us. As such, I was enrolled way back in 1956 into Middle Kindergarten of M.E.H.S. Bid did I farewell to 5B to accompany my mother’s Foreign Office posting in London. Looking back after more than half a century, those were my best formative years where I secured a solid foothold in life. My mother believed in offering the best fundamentals in education, and that time M.E.H.S. was the finest and second to none educational establishment in then, Burma. M.E.H.S. was the only...

About Us

The MEHSA website is inspired by the desire of Juliet Teoh and Kenny Teoh to have a community of MEHS alumni where they can gather socially and keep the friendship and flame of Methodist English High School burning. The MEHSA website is a child of creative thinking and aspiration of Kenny Teoh who untiringly maintained it or 20 years.Read More…

“Non Scholae Sed Vitae Discimus”
NOT FOR SCHOOL BUT FOR LIFE DO WE LEARN

Contact Us

If you want to post photos, images or contents that will stay forever, or if you have any questions regarding the MEHSA website or about MEHSA itself please  Click Here…