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Reflections Of Our Lives by Edwin Aye Tut


by Edwin Aye Tut

I came upon an article on the 2nd. page (attached) in “Myanmar Times” September 5-11, 2005 “Thinking Aloud” and find myself looking into the eyes of the person in the photograph and I said to myself.. This guy looks familiar.

I read the interview and thinking aloud “where did he study?” There are some missing links in the interview.. probably for limited space. A great CV, a great resume!! Then I read on….

“How do you like to relax?” “…..spending time with my little daughter” Yes, then I remember, the young pretty girl’s name.. “Thet Hta Thet”, quite a name. Hard to name, the father once said. Back then, when she was a twinkle in his eyes, I recall our younger days… how many years??…. Many many years ago..

Attached details give you a great person. There are many great persons from MEHSA (Sorry, must be limited space so his study features started from College graduation ) The Final question asked by the interviewer was.. “What is your favourite motto” And he concluded “Everything and anything is possible in life”

Thinking aloud I whispered, heard this line before, who said that before? Thinking aloud.., Got it!! Professor Aung Tun Thet is none other than Allan Pe Thet, Class of 1961.


By Myo

Myo Thant aka Michael Tin Hla during my MEHS years graduated in 1964. After graduation, I completed my medical school before I left for US. Currently, I reside in Maryland, retired from my hematology/oncology clinical practice but works at VA Hematology/Oncology clinic part time. My house at MEHS was Judson and I am proud to be a green martian.