Dammaw Sanggam...!!!
ZogamNuam Website ah nong hawh zelzel hiam?
Written by Dr. Sanga R. Laingek    Thursday, 12 March 2015 18:28    PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Ei-le-Ei Kitheihsiamna


Kitheihsiamna kammal in a gen omzia bel i mihinpihte ngaihdan, khosakdan, lungsim putdan leh nek-le-dawn toh kisai chihte tengteng theihsiampih a eimah, mimal hinkhua pen mundang a om mite nuntakdan paizia toh kituaksak chihna ahipen mai hi. Tuni in gambung tuamtuam ah nungta in, Zomite leitung buppi dapsuak a kithehzak in i khosa uhi. England, USA., Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, etc., etc., chihte ah Zomite in neek-le-dawn diing ngaihsutna ziak a sum bawl in kithehzak suak hi hangh…

Written by C. Vanlalrawna    Thursday, 02 October 2014 23:29    PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Pu Tun Kho Pum Baite mat ahi
Tun Kho Pum Baite tung tang gending saupi kathei kei a, ahi zongin MNF Lion Brigade History ah a poihmawh dan teng leh mat ahih dan a sih dan  theihsak ahi hi. Mizo khangthu ah poimawhna  thupitak nei ahih manin mangngilh theih, nelhsiah theih dingin ka ngaihsun thei peuhmah kei hi. Khangthak laisiam hi danlam a lunglut te'n  hong kan ciangun bangtan hiam beek a lampi kawk muh theih ahi dingin ka lamen hi. A mah pen Mizote( Zosuante) lak-ah mi thupi, mi poimawh in asim tel ahi hi.
Written by Dr. Bianca Son Suantak    Wednesday, 18 June 2014 05:30    PDF  | Print |  E-mail
The Making of the Zo: The Chin of Burma, the Lushai and the Kuki of India 1824-1988

BiancaThe following is the conclusion of the dissertation : “The Making of the Zo: The Chin of Burma, the Lushai and the Kuki of India 1824-1988″ by Dr. Bianca Son.

This thesis set out to explore and identify the historical shifts and their accompanying narratives that contributed to the construction of the history and identity of Zo highlanders. The aim was to trace these shifts from the pre-colonial to the post-colonial era of the Northern Arakan Yomas, site of the borders that separate the Chin Hills of Burma, the Lushai Hills and the highlands of Manipur of Northeast India. The role of informants, in the quest for military knowledge, and later for civilizing projects was also examined. Indeed, throughout this research it was determined that major historical shifts did exist in the history of the Zo highlanders and that informants were not only instrumental, but principal in the construction of the Zo. These informants, this dissertation illustrates, contributed to the making of the categories of Chin, Lushai, and Kuki. Early informants to colonial intelligence seekers provided prejudiced ‘truths’ which were repeated and reiterated by colonial officers dealing with the Zo. Eventually, these ‘truths,’ based on very little information, became fact, although it was understood that almost nothing was known of the Zo before the British era. In fact, information on the Zo is still very limited and largely confined to the colonial records.

Written by Sanzeeta    Saturday, 07 June 2014 05:00    PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Zomi Cusines by Biaki Hangsing
North-East India is a lesser known region in food map of India, especially when foods are from interior states like Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh. Cuisines from these states have remained invisible as table menus, although few ethnic food outlets have come up sporadically in metros with an attempt to define food habits of a particular tribe. North-east Indian states have their own special way of cooking – made in perfect wilderness using indigenous herbs and greens rich in nutrients which are limited mostly for local use.  This issue of Fried Eye, our special guest, Biaki Hanshing, from Manipur, a state in North – East India, introduces Zomi (pronounced ‘Zou’- ‘me’) cuisines to our readers. Biaki brings a unique taste, identity and real flavour that belong to her culture. For her, cooking is pure joy and soul-filling. It is very rare to find such perfect combination of indigenous ingredients and food presentation with such appetising colours as her’s. Fried Eye thanks Biaki Hanshing for providing information on such treasured recipes. Hope our readers have a wonderful exposure to a basket of gemmed cuisines from Manipur.
Written by Administrator    Tuesday, 18 February 2014 01:03    PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Media ah Myanmar Census leh Zomi tawh kisai
imagesCensus ah kihel khol lo ding teng , Gamdang a Tungsa Internet zang tengpen Zomi 100% ki zo thei mahmah hi. a hi zongin, Kawlgam ah a Kihel ding Zomi te in patauhna tampi nei hi. Koi ci huh ding ! Koi ci theih sak ding. A maute in Media te Gen Na , VOA, DVB, a tuamtuam te pan a ngaikha lo a hih man in,  Zomi tampi tak 914 Ah zomi cih ding pen hamsa sa mahmah uh hi. A hangin  A mautelna ah 914 pen, Gamdang mi cihna hi ci-in tel uh hi. Tua mite ettheih dingin, Hih a nuai a,  Video te pen DVD khat in bawl  samsam in Zogam ah DVD mal 500 bang khawm khia zo Leng mite in tel thei pan ding hi.
Written by Administrator    Monday, 09 December 2013 20:14    PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Pu Simon Khual Za Tun (1949 – 2013)

Pu_Khual_Za_Tun_1954_-_2013Pu Simon Khual Za Tun (1949 – 2013)

Suahni : July 17, 1949
Sihni : December 6, 2013
Kivuini : December 8, 2013
Ka zo zo hi. John 16:33

Kawlpi a teng, RC biakna sung ah thuhilhsia kum 25 val a sem ngei Sia Simon Khual Za Tun in, December 6, 2013 ni in, leitung ah a it a zi leh tate nusia in, vangam zuan in, hongpiangsak Pasian kiang ah ong ciahsan hi. Pu Khual Za Tun in, a dam sung in, tapa 3 leh tanu 8 nei a, tunu tupa 10 nei hi.


Pu Zozam in SPDC MP sem ta ding maw?

1994-5 kim pawl Zingsol Magazine le Chin Magazine-Universities Mandalay bawl ding  buaipih a Yangon katuak suk hi. Yangon Siamsinte bawl Ciimnuai Magazine abuaipih Mangpi (Pu  Vung Lian Mang  Tu'n ...


Zomi Khangthak aw Hunthak ah hanlungciam

Zomi Khangthak aw Hunthak ah hanlungciam ni. Ihginat lohnate kitelsiam aa, ihginatnate gawmtuah in ihpanmuntek pan Minam ading nasem ding hihangh. Kei bang kaginatloh zendan pen Cinpi aw...naginatlohnate tawmkhat honggen dih ...


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Bang hangin Zomite in Khuado bawl ding i

Minam kician leh picing a kingaihsunte pen, pupa ngeina leh tawndan kician nei te ahi hi. Tua ahih manin pupa ngeina leh tawndan a nei khawm milip pen minam khat ...


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