Aung Thin (writer)
1927 On April 17th, Magwe Division, Magway District South Dunggyi City standing on the mountain He was born to father-Thin Nyi Maung and mother-Daw Shwe Kyrin. He is the eldest of three children. His real name is U Aung Thin. At the age of 5, he began his education at U Tha Don Zan’s primary school in Tung Pyun Ruk, Taung Dung Gyi City.
After graduating from the fourth grade, he continued to teach secondary education at Moe Thi Myanmar High School in Taungdonggyi. In the sixth grade of 1938, he faced a student strike.
In 1949, when the colored rebels emerged, he was arrested by white soldiers and imprisoned in Magwe Prison. South Cave Prison Reconciliation Had to live in prisons. In November, he broke through the prison and escaped. I wrote a personal article about ‘When I was in jail’ and sent it to Shumawa magazine. However, at that time, Shumwa decided not to include content related to the civil war, so he sent the article back. Then it was sent to the Myawati magazine, and in the May 1959 issue of the Myawati magazine, an article was published about the time when Sarak broke out of prison. That article is Aung Thin’s first literary work. Arts class in 1960, Burmese language and fine literature. English Language and Literature; He was successful in philosophy. He wrote (2) articles (an article titled “The Chairman Before Being a Dead Man” and another article) and one (1) translation of English poetry in Pathein Magazine published by Yangon University students under the pen name Maung Tham Naing. In 1961, while attending BED, he successfully passed the “Entitlement to Attend Burmese Literature Master’s Qualification Course” under Professor U Wan of the Department of Burmese Literature. He became a coach at Yangon University in 1962. He is the literary director of the 50-page magazine “Sasotaw”. In that publication, he wrote 3-4 articles every month and reused the name ‘Maung Chan Naing’. I wrote (3) slogans in the “Kak Kor Myain slogans” group, and (2) were middle school at that time. Enacted by the school among high school Burmese prose elites.
Writer’s life activities
He wrote an article criticizing Burmese language and non-rhyming poetry in Shumawa magazine. Since then, he has written a series of literary criticisms. Compiled and submitted a “Study Paper on Short Stories” and passed the Master of Arts in 1974 with honors. In April 1978, he was fired from his job because the Myanmar Socialist Way Party considered him to be involved in political activities. Since then, teaching Burmese literature in private tutoring classes; He has only made a living by writing literature until today. November 1983 for 25 months from Thaban Magazine No. 1. A favorite short story was written every month. After this, he writes as appropriate in magazines. Introduction Books aimed at young people, such as classic introductions, were also released. Later, books continued to be published.
In 2014, writer U Aung Thin, who was being treated for heart disease at Shwe Central Hospital, was discharged from the hospital and returned home to rest. October (25th) He died at 10:07. He was 88 years old when he died.