Theippan Maung Wa

Theippan Maung Wa (Burmese: သိပ္ပံမောင်ဝ ) (1899–1942), born in Moulmein (now Mawlamyaing) and real name Sein Tin, was a Burmese writer who pioneered the literary movement of Hkit San (Testing the Times) that searched for a new style and content in Burmese literature before the Second World War starting with Hkit san pon byin (experimental tales, 1934, 1938).

Read more about Theippan Maung Wa:  Early Works, Civil Servant and Writer, Legacy

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