Dear Fellow Members,
As I am a new comer to this Forum, I would like to introduce myself briefly. I am originally from Burma and now living in Germany. I am glad to have the chance to become a member of this Forum, and hope that I may probably be able to contribute something positive to widen your knowledge in some fields. Although I may never have the chance to know you all personally, I feel quite already at home by reading the various postings concerning the above topic. And I'm quite certain that many members of this forum, who are especially interested in the topic above, would be surprised to get to know someone who is one of the direct descendants of someone who had personally led some of the battles against the British troops during this and the following two campaigns: The First Chin Expedition 1888-89 and Chin Hills Expedition 1892-93.
Since a few years ago, I've been writing a Paper on the British campaigns against my people, which I still keep on updating. The current Update is: XI. Hopefully, you would enjoy reading this 441-page paper.
(October 3, 2010)
Current URL is: http://www.scribd.com/doc/18092021/
(Note: Until recently this paper was under the following URL: http://www.scribd.com/doc/16772511. But I made a fatal mistake in uploading a revised version(I've apparently used encoded pdf) and it got lost from the website. It could no more be uploaded again under the same URL. Before this happened there were already more than 6000 visitors.)
Dear Fellow Forum Members,
I've just uploaded an updated version(XII) of my paper which contains 508 pages. It may surely be interesting for you also that I've recently discovered a couple of new interesting personalities(on the British side) who had taken part in this campaign. One of them had even got the 1902 Nobel Prize for Medicine and another was bestowed with the second highest national award of Japan - that is, Order of the Rising Sun! These and others you will see in this Update under the same URL.
September 27, 2011