Showing posts from July, 2004


ALOHA 14 (July 27, 2004)


If you think that I am the only one being overloaded at the Myanmar Institute of Theology , I suggest you have a look at this article by Paul and Gail Aita. Here is the description of their second trip to Burma.

Indonesian Embassy Being Bugged

I was reading the news about the Indonesian Embassy being bugged by the Burmese military. I was wondering if all of my e-mails were stored and checked. :-) :-)

Web server down

It seems a while I have a chance to update my diary. My webserver is down and I couldn't find out a reason yet. I contacted my another friend in Germany who said he could help. Now my site is up again on another address. A lot has happened recently. I have been giving speeches on Information Technology and education at several places in Mon State. I also met a Swedish pastor whose group helped the Myanmar Institute of Theology buy some new computers for the library use. They also helped many other projects here in Burma. I have been extremely busy buying, maintaining those computers and giving speeches at several places. I enjoy I have a chance to change many lives. Here is a picture of me and Owe Kennerberg buying new computers for MIT library. Owe Kennerberg is a senior lecturer in Systematic Theology at the Stockholm School of Theology in Sweden. Money to buy new computers I will update more after my server is up. It will be a