The Role of Media and the Power of Information for generation “Z” Zomi e-Citizens

[By Tg. Sianpu]

I strongly believe that “information” is power. It is a power not to be abused but rather to spread out and shared to the unreached people of the world. The right to know and the right to freedom of expression as well as the right to freedom of information should be exercised to every human kind regardless of one’s racial, religious and ideological background.
One of the reasons that draw me strongly to believe in it is to be a voice for the voiceless, and ear for the unheard suffering people of Asian countries like Burma. I personally have seen and been during 1988 revolution as well as Saffron revolution in 2008 in Myanmar. What I’ve seen with my naked eyes are not recorded in neither digital form nor by paper.

It is has been my passion at the same time my dedication to reveal the secret dark side and untold stories of abuses, human rights violations, persecutions and discrimination all kinds of discrimination to minorities. The things I’ve seen and, the experiences I’ve gone through would not be recorded anywhere because of lack of resource and most of it, because of my lack of skill in recording, writing. Therefore, to reveal the truth and to exercise the rights of a human being for the less fortunate people and outskirt areas of the world who will feel relief by my thoughtful contribution and reflection of what it was, what it is and what it can become for a life-changing world.
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Laptop Rules

The following are rules to using the laptops. . .

1. Clean hands before using laptops.

2. Carry laptops by holding bottom portion.
(NEVER pick up laptop by the screen)

3. Hands off screen.

4. Food and drinks away from laptops.

5. Pencils/pens and papers off laptop


6. Turn head into shoulders when sneezing

or coughing.

7. Fingers away from mouth and nose.

Promoted as IT Specialist Moderator at “IT Guru-UK”

I was invided by a colleague (admin) from to be a moderator there.
Well, nothing is much special here as I’ve been a part of discussion and learning envoronment with different international IT Specialist Network.
I accepted it and I am ready to be to contribute my knowledge to the growing tech support network at IT Guru, UK in their online forum. My involvement in this group won’t actually be a boredom nor waste of time but rather a fun-and-learning experience of myself in pursuite of competency in international level technical skills. This may mean someting though it may cost part of my precious time. Well, get over it…