Ma Thidar (San Chaung) (Writer)
Anusha (stream) in 1966, He was born to U Myint Thaung and Daw Lili in a stream in Yangon. In 1984, he started writing short stories in various magazines. In 1990, the University of Medicine (1); Graduated from Yangon as a doctor. In 1993, he was sentenced to twenty years in prison for political activities and was released from prison in 1999.
A brief overview of the literature
Since 1984-85, he has been writing short stories for magazines, and his first short story was published in 1985. February issue It is a short story called “Almond Shade” in Thaban magazine. In the 1990 edition of Pephutha magazine, he served as editor in the small pen section and without a name, as well as in a serious pen name and contemporary short stories. He was in charge of the meeting session with the authors of the paper.
Starting in 1992, he worked as a volunteer doctor at the Muslim Charitable Hospital and was sentenced to twenty years in prison in 1993 for his political activities. The first full-length novel, Color Sun Nekru, had to be stopped while still in print.
During his imprisonment in 1995-96, he was awarded Reebok Human Rights award, Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write PEN award, Honor award from AAAS (American Association of Arts and Science).
He was released from Insein prison in 1999, and wrote a long novel called “Colorful Sun” A book of magazine short stories, including Sweet Honey Mud. He has published short stories and interviews with Ratha authors titled “Ajsatta of the Spectrum” and “Ratha’s Boundaries.” Muslim Charity Hospital He continued to work in the surgery until July 2008.
In 2004, he obtained a postgraduate diploma in health systems management from the University of London, and in 2005 he went to London for the graduation ceremony, and then went on a series of foreign trips. Among them, the United States Also included is Iowa City’s International Writing Program.