Mam A̱nyiuk Bibyin Swanta

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Posta a̱lyem Jaman jhyang mat Mam A̱nyiuk, Zwat Tsat 8, 1914. Á̱ ku lyuut (di̱n Tyap) : "Nwuak Nzi̱t A̱wat Koot Tswak A̱nyiuk, Mam A̱nyiuk, Zwat Tsat 8, 1914. Ba̱ng si̱ tat a̱fwun,..."[1] Á̱ ku nvwuong á̱niet mbeet posta jini ma̱ A̱byintyok Jamani ka a̱mgba̱m.[2]

Mam A̱nyiuk Bibyin Swanta, MA̱BS (Shong: International Women's Day, IWD), yet mam a̱gwai hwa da̱nian ya̱ ason a̱nyiuk mi̱ swanta hu a̱ni. A̱tuk 8 Zwat Tsat ja yet mam hu. Mam a̱hwa hwa yet mam nang á̱niet ma̱ a̱di̱di̱t nja̱u san-a̱pyia̱ a̱nyiuk ma̱ng tat-a̱ghyi mba a̱ni. Bi̱ri̱ng ma̱ng a̱nia, a̱tuk mam a̱kya kya á̱ ni̱ lyiat a̱lyiat a̱wot á̱ li sanggak á̱tyok na ngyok tswot a̱nyiuk a̱wot á̱ yok mba ba̱ tyei mman ba̱ shim tyei a̱ni.

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. Nwuak Nzi̱t A̱wat Koot Tswak A̱nyiuk (Zwat Tsat 1914). Nkhang Jami̱ni mi̱ A̱yaadokyumen ma̱ng Nghwughwu.
  2. Cintia Frencia; Daniel Gaido (Zwat Tsat 8, 2017). The Socialist Origins of International Women's Day (di̱n Shong). Jacobin.