05.10.2012 [The Irrawaddy News Magazine] - “We are preparing now for when we get permission, which we hope will be early next year,” said Dr. TinTun Oo, the chief editor of Pyi Myanmar and CEO of The Myanmar Times in a recent interview with The Irrawaddy. But even publications that are already
14.02.2011 TinTun Oo was a candidate for the military-backed Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) during controversial November polls, but was not elected to the country's new parliament, which resumed just last month.
07.10.2012 Dr. Aung Myat Kyaw as Chairman, U Thet Lwin Toh as Vice Chairman(1), U Kyaw Min Htin Vice Chairman(2), U Naung Naung Han(Secretary),U TinTun Aung(Joint Secretary-1), U Min Thein(Joint Secretary-2), Daw Rita Myint(Treasurer).
24.02.2011 The Myanmar Times is co-owned by Dunkley who owns 49% of it and local business man, TinTun Ow, who owns 51% of it. Ow has strong links with the high authorities in the Ministery of information. According to sources ...