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Khin One

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In this Burmese name, the given name is Khin One. There is no family name.

Khin One (Burmese: ???????; November 24, 1947 -- February 3, 2000) was a Burmese painter, writer, and singer. He was the author of the book Scatetasa Panchi which was released in the 1970s.

One released 12 albums, including popular songs, "Hnin", "The Irrawaddy", "Amay," "Pyi Hmar Saung", "Pann Khayan Pyar", "King of Arrows", and "Seven States".

Table of contents
  1. Early life
  2. Career
  3. Albums
  4. Personal life
  5. Death

Early life

On October 24, 1947, One was born in Pyay, Bago Region, Myanmar, as the son of Aung Khin, a Japanese engineer. He came to Myanmar to work during World War II, during Thakin Ba Thein Tin's rule of Burma. He studied zoology at Yangon University.


One began exhibiting his paintings at the School Art Exhibition in 1969. At that time, he worked as an artist. In January 1971, he published Scatetasa Panchi. In June of that year, he translated Chinese author Maw Tun's "Episode" for Moe Wei Magazine, under the title Mirror of Life. He illustrated the novel himself and translated it under the pen name San Kyi Kyawt. He also self-published and translated Albert Camus' novel The Guest in Moe Wei Magazine.

In March 1973, he wrote a painting article in the People's Star Journal entitled Automotive Sceenzain, about the American author Gartrustin in Phyu, Nyi, Nyo, Pyar Magazine. On August 6 of that year, the Myetnhar Scaim Solo Art Exhibition was shown at Thein Phyu Road, Doctors Association Building, Yangon. He also held the Arrow King Solo Art Exhibition at The Lokanat Gallery in Yangon. In 1973 he founded East Village with Kyi Twe, an art training school in Yangon, headed by Sein Khin Maung Yee. He worked as an art instructor at that school along with a music instructor, Saung Ko Thein Pe.


Personal life

In September 1969, One married Khin Lay Myint. They had four children.


On February 3, 2000, One died in Yangon, Myanmar.

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