Tint may refer to the following people:
Tint Hsan was the Minister for Sports from 2012 to 2016. He owns A.C.E. Group of Companies, a major Burmese construction company.
Francine Tint is a New York-based American abstract expressionist painter and costume designer.
Mya Than Tint was a five-time Myanmar National Literature Award winning Burmese writer and translator.
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Colonel Maung Maung Kha BC 4066 was the 8th Prime Minister of Burma between 1977 and 1988.
Theippan Maung Wa was a Burmese writer, and one of the pioneers of the Hkit San literary movement. The movement searched for a new style and content in Burmese literature before the Second World War starting with Hkit san ponbyin.
The Supreme Court of Myanmar is the highest judicial forum and final court of appeal under the Constitution of Myanmar, existing as an independent judicial entity, alongside the legislative and executive branches. The Court is legally mandated to have 7 to 11 judges, including a Chief Justice.
Myanmar National Literature Awards are awards presented to a Burmese author who has published a particularly lauded piece or body of work. There are awards for forms of writing ranging from poetry to novels. Many awards are also dedicated to a certain genre of fiction or non-fiction writing. Most literary awards come with a corresponding award ceremony.
Rambo is a 2008 American action film directed, and co-written by Sylvester Stallone. It is the fourth installment in the Rambo franchise. The film stars Stallone, Julie Benz, Paul Schulze, Matthew Marsden, Graham McTavish, Rey Gallegos, Tim Kang, Jake La Botz, Maung Maung Khin, and Ken Howard. The film is dedicated to Richard Crenna, who played Colonel Sam Trautman in the previous films, and who died of heart failure in 2003.
Hnamadawgyi is one of the 37 nats in the Burmese pantheon of nats. She is the nat representation of Myat Hla, sister of Maung Tint De. According to tradition, she was a queen of the King of Tagaung. When she saw her brother Tintde being burned alive, she leapt into the fire, but only managed to save his head. She died of her burns and became a nat. She is portrayed standing on a dais upon a black elephant, her right hand on her chest with a plum between her thumb and index finger, and her left hand by her side. She is also known for having a monkey companion, Shwe Min Wun.
Shwenabay (Burmese: ရွှေနံဘေး; also known as Naga Medaw is one of the 37 nats in the Burmese pantheon of nats. According to belief, she was a beautiful woman of Mindon Village who married a Naga. Later, her husband deserted her and she died of a broken heart. Another story maintains that she was actually the wife of Maung Tint De. She is portrayed standing, wearing Naga headdress, her right hand on her chest and her left hand by her side.
Min Mahagiri, son of a famous blacksmith, U Tint Daw. His given name was Maung Tint De or Mr Handsome. He was extremely strong, able to break the tusks of an elephant. The King of Tagaung was worried, lest he attempt to usurp his throne, so Maung Tint De hid himself in a village. As a stratagem, the king married Maung Tint De's sister, Saw Me Ya, also called Myat Hla or Shwe Myet-hna, to become one of his queens. He persuaded Saw Me Ya to ask her brother to come out of hiding so that he could be given a high office. However, when Maung Tint De came out of hiding, the king had him arrested and burned alive tied to a champac (sagawabin) tree. His sister also died with him and the two became evil Nats resident in that tree, periodically feasting on people who happened to come near the tree. The King of Tagaung had the tree cut down and cast into the waters of the Irrawaddy River where it floated, coming to rest in the kingdom in Bagan ruled by King Thinligyaung (344-387), when the two Nats appeared in a dream apprising the king of their plight. They offered to guard the city if they were given a place to dwell. King Thinligyaung had the trunk carried to Mount Popa, divided into two parts and carved with human features. Henceforth, Maung Tint De was to be known as the Lord of the Great Mountain. They were also enshrined on either side of the city's Tharabha Gate, Maung Tint De on the right and Shwe Myet-hna on the left. Later kings had golden heads made of the two Nats and had these heads mounted on pillars at Mt Popa.
Taungmagyi (Burmese: တောင်မကြီး, lit. "Lord of the South", also known as Shin Nyo is one of 37 nats in the official Burmese pantheon of nats. He is one of two sons of Maung Tint De and Shwe Nabay. The King he and his brother were serving under became fearful of their strength and forced them to fight each other to death.
The Burmese community in India consists of refugees, immigrants and expatriates from Burma as well as Indian citizens of Burmese ancestry.
The Union Election Commission is the national level electoral commission of Myanmar (Burma), responsible for organising and overseeing elections in Burma, as well as vetting parliamentary candidates and political parties.
Kyaw Tint Swe is a Burmese politician and incumbent Minister for the Office of the State Counsellor of Myanmar.
Usha Narayanan, born Tint Tint was the First Lady of India from 1997 to 2002. She was married to K. R. Narayanan, the tenth President of India. Upon her husband's assumption of the presidency,Usha Narayanan became India's second foreign-born first lady. She played a key role in women social welfare activities initiated by the presidency.
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Tint Swe is a Burmese physician and politician who served as Minister for Prime Minister’s Office of National Coalition Government of the Union of Burma (NCGUB). He also served as the Minister for Information in office from 23 January 2009 to 14 September 2012, and chairperson of the National League for Democracy-Liberated Area (India).
Tint Swe is a common Burmese name and may refer to:
Win Win Tint is a Burmese businesswoman, entrepreneur and CEO of Burma’s largest retailer, City Mart Holdings. She was listed in Forbes Magazine’s Asia’s 50 Power Businesswomen in 2014.
Maha Thetkya Yanthi Buddha ; Pali: Mahāsakyaraṃsi) is a Buddhist temple in Ottarathiri Township, Naypyidaw Union Territory, Myanmar (Burma) that houses a 32 feet (9.8 m) marble image of the standing Buddha that weighs 700 tonnes. The marble was sourced from a quarry 375 miles (604 km) north in Mandalay. The image was enshrined on 20 June 2015 in the Gandhakuṭi Pavilion (ဂန္ဓကုဋိကျောင်းဆောင်). Construction efforts were undertaken by ACE Construction Group, owned by Tint Hsan.