I was born in Mandalay, Myanmar. I finished high school in 2000. I took English Language Training Course in March, 2000. I also took German Course at the University of Foreign Languages in Mandalay, Myanmar. In 2001, I had a chance to attend the Tour Guide Training Course under the Ministry of Hotel and Tourism in Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar. In 2004, I have got my degree in History from Yadanapon University, one of the local universities in Myanmar. I took up History because I wanted to be a tour guide. I also took the English as an International Language Course of Study & the Career Workshop orginised by the Latter-day Saint Charities in 2005. I has been working as a freelance tour guide since the time I completed my course. I also teach English to those students who are interested in English. At present, I am teaching English as Second Language at Mandalay Chanthar Academy in Mandalay, Myanmar. I like the role of a teacher. I am also interested in teaching English. That is the reason why I have decided to become a teacher for life. I also work as a puppeteer at the Mandalay Marionettes Theater in Mandalay, Myanmar. That is my part-time job. I just need to go there at 8:30 in the evening and I can go home at 9:30 in the evening. I play puppets because The Art of manipulating Marionettes in Myanmar is dying. So that they say it is a dying art. I just want to keep this art of manipulating Marionettes alive. So I decided to be a puppeteer. I think I should keep this tradition alive as I am young man.