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50 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal[edit]

Dyk50CE.svg The 50 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
I've always enjoyed reading your thoroughly researched and finely crafted articles on Burmese history, and it's an honour to have the opportunity to award you the 50 DYK medal. You are a great asset to Wikipedia! -Zanhe (talk) 23:54, 15 April 2016 (UTC)


Thank for the kind words, Zanhe Xiānshēng. Means a lot coming from an experienced editor/contributor like you. Happy Burmese new year! Best regards, Hybernator (talk) 16:39, 17 April 2016 (UTC)

About Bruma-siam war[edit]

Sir, about the references i been cited these are following Sources i been read

also according to the book by Pigafetta[1] (cited on the article we discussed)

I hope these sources i been cited had been a contributed on the Article , Plus it had been mentioned in the Philippines Article i hope to look on the pre-colonial era section it also been cited. that the Lucoes (Luzon warriors) been had a Aids and campaigns to their neighboring countries (which is added by the other users).

i hope this references i read may help your Doubt on the following changes in the article we been developing.

PS. You can also talk on my page if you want a further information. Thank you! ([[ᜉ ᜀ| ໑]] P.A-II (talk) 02:36, 6 June 2016 (UTC))

  1. ^ Pigafetta, Antonio (1969) [1524]. "First voyage round the world". Translated by J.A. Robertson. Manila: Filipiniana Book Guild. 

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DYK nomination of Mani Yadanabon[edit]

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10,000 Asia Challenge[edit]

Hi, I wondered if you'd be interested in joining Wikipedia:WikiProject Asia/The 10,000 Challenge based on Wikipedia:The 10,000 Challenge and Wikipedia:WikiProject Africa/The 10,000 Challenge? The idea is to showcase the work being done on wikipedia across the continent, and inspire more people to create and work on countries which might not usually get much attention and then possibly running some contests to bring in new editors. Could be a way to highlight work needing doing for Burma and draw in new editors! Or perhaps set up a 1000 Challenge for South East Asia feeding into it? Not sure, but if interested add your name to the participants and I'll consider setting something up later in the month.♦ Dr. Blofeld 17:19, 8 October 2016 (UTC)

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DYK for Min Yaza of Wun Zin[edit]

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Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 00:01, 1 November 2016 (UTC)

Great articles, would love it if you could contribute to Wikipedia:WikiProject Asia/The 10,000 Challenge and put Myanmar on the map for it!♦ Dr. Blofeld 09:40, 1 November 2016 (UTC)

  • Sorry for my tardy reply, @Dr. Blofeld: Great idea. Sure, I'll be working on Myanmar articles anyway, and I'll list them there after I've completed them. Thanks for driving this. Cheers! Hybernator (talk) 23:31, 5 November 2016 (UTC)

ArbCom Elections 2016: Voting now open![edit]

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DYK[edit]

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Thingyan[edit]

Hello @Hybernator: I included, "Songkran" (main article) as it is the common term used in the Western world to refer to the Asian Lunar New Year celebrations that occur in April. Songkran in this instance does not refer to the Thai New Year but to all South/Southeast New Year festivals. In the West, it's a politically correct way of referring to the Asian Lunar New Years that occur in April. The reason for this is because a Burmese/Cambodian/Sri Lankan is not going to be happy if they are asked a question like, "Why do Burmese/Cambodians/Sri Lankans celebrate the Thai New Year when they aren't Thai?" That's why the term, "Songkran" is used as it is a neutral way of referring to those New Year celebrations. As for "Lunar New Year" again that's used in the Western world to refer to the Lunar New Year celebrations of East, South and Southeast Asia. It's a politically correct and neutral way of referring to the Lunar New Year celebrations in Asia. People often believe that the Chinese New Year is the only Lunar New Year celebration without realizing that the Vietnamese, Koreans, Burmese, Cambodians, Sri Lankan, Thais, Mongolians and many other Asian groups also celebrate the Lunar New Year at different times of the year. That's why I included them along with sources as "Thingyan" in the West is called "Songkran", "Burmese New Year" or sometimes "Lunar New Year". (121.219.253.149 (talk) 01:45, 27 December 2016 (UTC))

See the talk page under Thingyan. I guess I have a different understanding of what politically correct means. Sorry, Songkran is not a neutral way to call Thingyan. Hybernator (talk) 03:00, 27 December 2016 (UTC)
I understand how you feel but here in the West that's what we call the festival, we can't let our opinions get in the way. There is no specific source that illustrates what I have stated it's just common sense. I selected those sources because they show examples of how the term is used in Australia and the United States. A note can be added next to it saying this only applies to the United States or we can put it somewhere else in the article if you want to. I included the smaller text in parenthesis to highlight how this term's definition is used only outside of Asia. It's just like the term, "Lunar New Year" I assume one who lives in Myanmar (Burma) would not refer to Thingyan as the "Lunar New Year" but in the West one might refer to it as the Lunar New Year to be more inclusive of other cultures that celebrate at that time of year. Both terms are umbrella terms they do not mean Thai New Year or Chinese New Year, in the West both terms mean Lunar New Year festivals celebrated in Asia. Also, I don't think it's right to call the sources on the Songkran page as unreliable they are from new sites in Australia and the US as well as travel books such as "Lonely Planet" and from official pages from venues and cities (e.g. Seattle, US) in both countries. You may not agree with the term, "Songkran" but that's what is used as an umbrella term in the Western world, the sources support that. We can't defy the information provided in the sources. (121.219.253.149 (talk) 04:46, 27 December 2016 (UTC))
It's not about how I feel. It's about following Wikipedia's guidelines -- one of which is to use reliable sources. And use the talk page under Thingyan. Thanks. Hybernator (talk) 04:56, 27 December 2016 (UTC)
I don't know why you think those sources are "unreliable". Have you looked at the sources? (121.219.253.149 (talk) 04:58, 27 December 2016 (UTC))
Please read this: Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources. Hybernator (talk) 05:01, 27 December 2016 (UTC)
Yes I am aware of that. Could you please tell me which source(s) are unreliable? I can't seem to find any. The first source is from a Buddhist temple in Australia. That source uses the term "Songkran" in reference to the definition that we are aware of here in Australia. That source is from an Australian perspective so it uses Australian terminology, one of which is "Songkran". The next source is from "Buddhist tourism", an American site with an American perspective. For Lunar New Year, the information comes from a book called, "Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia" written by Mary Yu Danico a professor of sociology in the Psychology and Sociology Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, USA. So why are you saying these sources are unreliable? As for the Songkran article, if you had a look at the sources you will see that there are sources from Lonely Planet, SBS, Ethnic Seattle and the The Daily Telegraph (Australia), among others. So can you tell me why you are calling all of them unreliable sources? This appears to be a case of Wikipedia:I just don't like it (121.219.253.149 (talk) 05:17, 27 December 2016 (UTC))

Nakhon Noi[edit]

Hi again, I was wondering if i could get you to review a new page on Nakhon Noi king of Lan Xang? The reign is noted in all the western sources i have on the Lao chronicles- but wondered if there was anything in the Burmese histories you have access to. At any rate, if he isn't mentioned (his reign was only a year- if that) i'd like to include a note clarifying that point. Thanks i really appreciate your help whenever you have time. P.s. i'll be continuing down the line so there will be future kings which fall within the time period of the Taungoo Empire. CheersStampyElephant (talk) 18:13, 1 January 2017 (UTC)

Hi @StampyElephant: the article is really well done, based on what you have available. Unfortunately, there isn't much on Nakhon Noi. The only mention I can find in the main chronicles that could be Nakhon Noi was in 1575 when Sen Soulintha and his (unnamed) son were sent to Mogaung to show the rebels there that Lan Xang had been defeated, and that they would face the same fate. Soulintha later won over Bayinnaung, and was given awards.
The problem, as mentioned before, is still that according to the Burmese chronicles, Maha Ouparit did not die in 1579. He died in Sep/Oct 1588. The Burmese did send a force to quell instabilities in 1579–80 because Ouparat couldn't get control. Mingyi Hnaung was first appointed to replace Ouparat. Nanda later changed his mind and appointed his son Prome in Feb 1589. Burmese chronicles do not say anything about appointing Soulintha to Lan Xang, or his son succeeding. Chronicles from that point on were focused almost exclusively on the war with Siam and later the collapse of the Pegu regime. But if Soulintha did succeed Ouparat it's likely in 1589. Hybernator (talk) 02:25, 3 January 2017 (UTC)

DYK for Saw Shwe Khet[edit]

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Mwei Thin[edit]

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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DYK nomination of Min Linka[edit]

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DYK for Min Linka[edit]

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DYK nomination of Tarabya of Pegu[edit]

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DYK for Tarabya of Pegu[edit]

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Alex ShihTalk 00:04, 11 August 2017 (UTC)