What the fellow says:
"I sincerely wish to express my deep sense of appreciation and gratitude to the Director-General of UNESCO and to the Keizo / Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme. I hope that through my efforts I have honoured the spirit of former Prime Minister Obuchi and his belief in 'people building in the next era'."
University of Mawlamyine, Mawlamyine, Myanmar: Master of Science in Marine Science (10 May 2001).
Community structure and distribution of some mangrove plants in Thanlwin River, Scientia 1999.
The study on the primary productivity of Thanlwin River from a nutrient point of view, 2004.
The study on the benthic macrofauna of North Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal, 2004.