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Hmone Shwe Yi was in Mogok on August 10, 1988, the son of Win Thein Naing and Mi Mi Mi Lwin.
Hmone Shwe Yi was in Mogok on August 10, 1988, the son of Win Thein Naing and Mi Mi Mi Lwin. She' s the oldest of the daughters and has a younger brother called Nadi Shwe Yi. Wutt Hmone Shwe Yi first took part in the teen magazin and beauty magazine.etc. and later published on bilboards and Kanebo cosmetics journals.
In 2005 Wutt Hmone Shwe Yi began her play with advertising. Hmone Shwe Yi has appeared in 300 TV commercials, 200 videos and 30 films. As You Like' by Wutt Hmone Shwe Yi was named best actress for the Myanmar Acadamy Awards 2013. On February 1, 2015, Wutt Hmone Shwe Yi presented the gold medal from her movie prize to the Aungzabu Tawya Monastery in Hmawbi, Yangon.
The Myanmar Times made her one of Myanmar's 50 outstanding women in 2013 Wutt Hmone Shwe Yi attended the Pyay Ti Oo Student Benefit Concert on December 4, 2011. She' s given all her artist's dues to the charity.
MYANMAR' s actress is suing transcendental belleeen for slander
One of Myanmar's most eminent transcendental beauties found herself behind jail after a renowned actress accused her of insulting a favourite tabloid. Myanmar's small homosexual and transsexual fraternity Myo Ko Ko Ko San was detained when she arrived at Yangon International Airport on Tuesday after her return from a journey to Thailand.
She was imprisoned before her lawsuit following a complaint by a well-known actress in a movie and soaped movie that was submitted under Myanmar's wide-ranging and contentious telecom-laws. "The actress Wut Hmone Shwe Yee is suing Myo Ko Ko Ko San under paragraph 66(d) of the Telecom Act," Aung Ko Ko Ko Myat said to the AFP on Thursday.
"Myo Ko Ko Ko San for abuse in the public media." Myo Ko Ko San was charged with standing behind offensive tales about her on the CeleCele Small Facebook page full of offensive celeb talk. A number of contributions on the anonymity page have criticized Hmone Shwe Yee for working with fellow soldiers, commenting on her supposed sex-relationship.
Myanmar became famous when she was Myanmar's representative at the 2015 Miss International Queen Contest in Thailand. This is the latest in a series of detentions under Myanmar's disputed telecoms bill. Acticians said seven persons were indicted when the bill was introduced by the former military-backed state in 2013 and when the NLD took power in March.
A group of supporting forces met in front of the Yankin City Policia on Thursday afternoons to show their solidarity with Myo Ko Ko Ko San.