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YALE UNIVERSITY (USA) AH LAIHILH DING

Posted by khampeek on 03/07/2009

Zomi u le nau,

Myanmar Institute of Theology (Yangon)ah laihilh Zomi khangthak Sia Go Van Mung pen Yale University ah paper presentation pia pak dingin July 1, 2009 nitak lam 4:30 pawlin ding khia hi, cih thu kiza hi.

Siapa pen Edinburgh University pan a M.Th zo sa khat hi a, MIT ah sang sia a sep laitak hi. Topan hong zatsakna dingin thungetna ah phawk ni. Presentation pen July ni 4 ni nei ding hi. USA lam a Zomite tawh zong hun nuam a zat khop theih ding uh i lamen hi.

Lai sin sak (Pilna sin sak i ci zaw diam?) ngiat ding a Zomi khangnote USA hong pai sak Topan minthanna ngah hen la, i kipatna hong suaksak ta hen. Thu gen ding leh lasa ding khawngin zong USA/UK dongah Zomi khangnote hong zang ta a, mailamah zong hong zang semsem lai ding hi.

Lungdamna leh angtanpihna lianpi tawh,

Rev. Thang Van Lian

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2 Responses to “YALE UNIVERSITY (USA) AH LAIHILH DING”

  1. nuam said

    Yale-Edinburgh Group
    on the History of the Missionary Movement
    and Non-Western Christianity

    ah maw.?

    http://www.library.yale.edu/div/yale_edinburgh/2009y-einfo.htm#call

    9:45-10:30 a.m. : SESSION 10: (parallel)

    Library Seminar Rm. 104:
    Chair: Gerald Anderson

    Missions, Law and Custom: Revisiting the Work of the American Baptist Missionaries among the Chin Peoples Go Van Mung, Myanmar Institute of Theology

  2. khaipi said

    Sia Go Van Mung – hi “Missions, Law and Custom: Revisiting the Work of the American Baptist Missionaries among the Chin Peoples” pen zong

    Mi kheampeuch Sim thei ding Tongsan na seam te in hong zong zo leh.. lung dam huai ci ing.

    Tua paper sim nop huai khat hi ding ci in mu ing.

    Lungdam,

    khaipi(zogamnuam)

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