Sher Nay Moo


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    I’m Sher Nay Moo (Paung Mla Mal) by name. I was bourn in A.D 1988, “SHO KLO” Refugee Camp located in Thai-Burma Border zone inside Thailand. I’m a Karen mostly speaking in Eastern-Pwo Karen and Sgaw Karen. I started my fundamental education in Sho Klo’s Refugee Camp. When I was 6 years old I start learnt Leh Khai (Leke chicken-Scratch) “Karens Traditional literature ” at the church provided course. After two years I start attend Primary School and learning English, Math, Burmese, Sgaw Karen and others subjects. In A.D 1997 the camp have to move to Mae La Refugee camp.

    In A.D 2003 I completed the Leke literature course. And I finish my Grade Ten in A.D 2006, and then continue my education level in post-ten schools. During my post-ten-education time I start doing researching the evolution of Karen Traditional literature (Leke Chicken-Scratch).

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    interest to working with people who develop Leke literature for Unicode system.

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    RMIT University (Royal Melbourne Institution of Technology)
    Course 2010 - 2012: Electronic and Communication System

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    Sher Nay Moo
    93 Rosella Ave
    Werribee VIC 3030

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Traditional writing of Leke (Chicken Scratch) script audiovisual entry 2013-05-30 06:21:40 Karen, Pwo Eastern [kjp] Leke [Leke]    

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