Myanmar Language Commission
The Myanmar Language Commission (Myan-ma-za Aphweh) is a government educational entity in Myanmar. It is responsible for several projects including the Myanmar–English Dictionary (1993) and MLC Transcription System for Romanization of Burmese.
Members of the Myanmar Language Commission
- Ba Nyunt, Retired Professor of History (deceased)
- Chan Tha, "Letwe Minnyo", "Letyar Sanhta", Retired Chairman, Bureau of
Special Investigation (deceased)
- Hla Pe", "Dagon U Hla Pe" (deceased)
- San Htun, "San Htun, Man Tekkatho" (deceased)
- San Ngwe, "Dagon U San Ngwe" (deceased)
- Thaw Zin, "Thaw Zin" (deceased)
- Aung Thaw, Retired Director General, Department of Archaeology
- Hla Shwe, Retired Rector, University of Mandalay
- Htin Gyi, "Tekkatho Htin Gyi" Retired Director, Sarpay Beikhman
- Htin Fatt, "Maung Htin" Retired Editor and Consultant, Burma Translation Society
- Daw Kyan, "Ma Kyan", Retired Senior Research Officer, Historical
- Myint Than, "Kahtika Daw Myint Than", Retired Lecturer in Burma
- Daw Ohn Khin, Retired Lecturer in Burma
- Soe Maung, "Thagara Nga Soe", Retired Chief Editor, Burma Ah-lin Daily
- Than Swe, "Mya Myinzu", Retired Professor of Burma
- Win Pe, "Mya Zin", "Win Pe", Retired Director General, Department of
- Yin Yin, "Saw Mon Nyin"
- E. Ulrich Kratz Southeast Asian Languages and Literatures: A Bibliographic Guide to Burmese, Cambodian, Indonesian, Javanese, Malay, Minangkakau, Thai, and Vietnamese 1996 Page 61 "The most important centre of language study in Burma is the Burma Language Commission (Myan-ma-za Aphweh;"
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