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Dr. Vum Son Tangthu (Brief Biography of Dr. Vumson Suantak)

Brief Biography of Dr. Vumson Suantak
Date of Birth : November 9, 1937
Place of Birth: Tamdeang, Tedim Township, Chin State, Burma.
Date of Deceased: September 19, 2005, Laurel Hospital, Maryland, USA.

Educational Background
1957  - Matriculated from Tedim State High School, Tedim Township
1961 - BSc. (Geology & Chemistry) Rangoon University                               
1965  - M.Sc. (Petroleum Exploration at the Mining Academy) Freiberg – Germany
1969  - Ph. D (Doctor of Natural Science) Bergacademie, Freiburg - Germany                                                

Publications
1970 - Geochemical Exploration of Trace Elements (in German version)                          
1986 - Author of Zo History (in English)

Jobs
He worked as a Geologist in Burma, Germany, Norway, Scotland, Ireland, and the United States. 
  • Social and Political Activities (1987- 2005)
  • Foundation for Democracy in Burma /member and for five years served as its President
  • Member of Committee for Restoration of Democracy in Burma
  • Founder of Chin National Council and Chin Freedom Coalition (Washington) and Chin Forum (Ottawa)
  • Founder, Former Chairman, and Advisor of  Zomi Innkuan Washington D.C (USA) since 2001. Zomi Innkuan D.C Chairman 2001 from 2004
  • Member of the Board of Consultants of the Political Affairs Committee of Chinland,
  • Human Rights Activist since 1987
  • Founding member of Zomi Literature Institute (ZOLITE)
  • Member of the Zo Re-Unification Organization (ZORO) since 1995 and served as coordinator. USA branch ZORO President
  • Member of Advisory Board of the Chin National Community – Japan
  • Lecturer in Non-Violence Actions, Human Rights and Minority Rights
  • Represent Chin Forum in Constitution drafting federal and state in various Burma related seminars
  • Worked together with the NCGUB from 1991 to 1999 and other organizations
  • Promote Peace and Democracy in Burma and encouraged armed groups for peace negotiations
  • He political activities involved, among other works, lobbying Congress and the US Government for the cause of bringing democracy to Burma and giving interviews to the media such as the BBC, Voice of America, and the Radio Free Asia etc...


Parents
Father - Pu Ngul Zam
Mother - Pi Neam Mang

Daughters
1. Nu Mang Khan Cing ( Bianca Son) - Germany
2. Nu Zam Lian Vung (Liana Suantak) - Germany

Grandsons
1. Otilio - Germany
2. Sononar - Germany

Brothers and Sisters
1. Pa Suak Kang - Tam Deang, Tedim Township, Chin State, Burma.
2. Nu Vung Khai - Tam Deang, Tedim Township,  Chin State, Burma.
3. Pa Cin Za Dal - Tam Deang, Tedim Township, Chin State, Burma.
4. Pa Lian Kop Cin - Yangon, Myanmar
5. Pa Ngo Cin Thawng - Chairman, Zomi Innkuan D.C, Maryland, USA.

Source ; www.zomidc.org .

Dr. Vum Son Tangthu

Ka pa Vum Son Suaktak pen Pu Ngul Zam le Pi Neam Mang-te sungpan 1937 November 9 ni in Sizang khua ahi Tamdeang khua ah suak hi. Asuah ma-in a u te 2 sungtholh tawh si uhi. Tua ahimanin unau 8 lakpan aupen ong suak hi. Vum Son pa pen health inspector khat hia Zogam akhunglam khuapi 3 ah nasem hi. Apa tawh mun tuamtuam ah zui kawikawi ahimanin Zogam khunglam aa kampau lianzawte pau thei gai hi. Pau thei bekhilo Zomite sungah kampau dangdangte in adangdang kampaute atheih theih nadingun zong bawl lai hi.

Zogam ah Sangmangte 1812 akipan ong lutta uh ahi hi. Anulepate pen Tapidaw aciik mahmahte uh ahi hi. (Tua hun lai aa) Tapidawte in kamdawn tangthute pen biakna tawh kituakloin ngaihsun uh ahiman tua bang kamdawn tangthu gennate kikham hi. Ahizong Vum Son ii anu lampan apu in khua na mukhol-a tua kamdawn tangthute kemcing zo ahimanin Vum Son in Zo Tangthu (Zo History) thu ong thei thei ahi hi. Hih bang tuahkhakna hangin amah bek hilo adang mitampi ii nuntaknate seekpha ahi hi.

Falam ah Tan X a on khitciang Zangkong pilna sang sinna RASU ah sang zomin BSc (Geology) ong ngah hi. Hih mun ah Vum Son in kampau thak, Kawl pau, sin kha-a ngeina thak khat tawh kituak kha hi. Kawlgam mun tuamtuam pan sang naupangte tawh kimu kha zel ahimanin minam dangte tawh kithuah zia ong sin toto thei zel hi. Tua mun ah zong mualsuak hi. Zangkong aom sungin amah pen aksi khin kimawlna (Chinese checkers) siampen ahimanin minthang simsim hi.

Gam bup laivuanna ah mat sang tak tawh gualzo ahimain Freiberg, Germany (nidanglai East Germany) ah pilna sinbeh theihna hamphatna ngah hi. Tua mun ah MSc zo-a tua khua mah aa Petroleum Exploration and Mining Academy ah PhD zom suak hi. Zogam tawh gam zapi akigamlatna hih mun ah zong lawl le gual neihna le a sia professor-te zahtakna ngah thei zah dingin nungta hi. Atatakin PhD kam kinialna (defenses)te ah angai dingin sapna tampi ngah zel ahi hi.

Tua kikalin ka nu, German tualsuak, tawh kimu uhi. Kiit kingai pah uhi. PhD angah hun in zi nei-a tanu 2, kei le ka nau, zong nei hi. Sangnaupang visa bei ahimanin hih innkuan note Kawlgam ciahkik uhi. Hih bang ciahkikna in khialhna khat hi ci’n mukhia uhi. A li un Kawlpi le Zangkong ah aom dan uh nuamsa napiun ka nu ading khuahun pen thuaklahhuai khat ong suak hi. Amah le atanu tegelte West Germany ah exist visa tawh ka pai thei uhi.

Gam mangtulak sung phu-a Vum Son pen Salween gunpi gei Sawletha, Karenni siah le galkap phual khat, ah ong tung hi. Tua panin maban zop theih nading kiphallo hi. Tua mun aa galkapte pen agilkial mahmah na hi uhi. Vum Son in pen khut guak tawh ngasa man thei se hi. Tua bangin akhut tawh ngasa mana gal phual aa teng khempeuh vak vah didek ahimanin galkapte’n zahtak mahmah uhi.

Tua hang mahin Chaing Mai ah paisuak theih nading phalna ngah thei suak hi. Chaing Mai ah Germany siikzum tawh kizom thei hi. Hih bang teng tawh West Germany aa om a innkuante tawh kigawm thei-a 1979 ciangdong tua gam ah om uhi. Vum Son nasepna company in amau innkuan US ah piang sak hi. Namgim khukte ah nasemkawmin Zo History laibu ading thukanna le laigelhnateh deihtak ong kipan thei ahi hi.

Zo History pen ahih leh 1986 kum in kihawmkhia zo hi. Hih in Zomite tungah khauh tak mahin nasemin mi tampite in sung khat, zang khat suan i hih lam telkhia thei uhi. Vum Som in Kawlgam aa Chin, India aa Mizo le Kuki akl Bangladesh aa Bawm minamte pen minam khat pan ong hiangkhiate hi uha hih Zo minamte pen Mangkangte ong lut ma le ong lut khit hunte ah kithehthang mang ahi uhi ci’n lakkhia ahi hi. Zo History in kigawmkhawmkikna (reunification) nasepna tampi piang sak-a tuni dong mah gua bang hinghing lai uhi.

Zo History akhet ahawm khit, ka pa pen tual vai le gam vaite ah deihtak ma ong pang semsem hi. Foundation for Democracy in Burma ii lutangpi dingin kum 5 sung sem hi. Committee for Restoration of Democracy in Burma ii pawllut khat zong ahi hi. Tua khitciangin Chin National Council le Chin Freedom Coalition-te ong phuankhia hi. Chin Forum zong ong gawmtuah thei hi. Hih Chin Forum pen mailam Chin State ah zat ding gam thukhunpi agelh ding ahi hi.

Zoi Innkuan, Washington DC, ii thudotpi dingin zong panla-a Political Affairs Committee of Chinland (PACC) ii thudotpi pawl ah zong kihel hi. Mihing ngahhuai vaite ah zong ka pa pen nak pan mahmah-a 1987 kum UN le UNHCR ah Kawlgam vai thugenna aneihna tungtawnin ngahhuai maphu khat ong suak hi. Zo History ah alunglutna hang mah in ZORO (Zo Reunification Organization) ii pawllut khat le ZOLITE (Zomi Literature Institute) aphuankhiate lak ah khat in kihel hi. Vum Son in hiamgam tawilohna thu pai zia aup mah bangin hiamgam tawilo-a langpan ziate ahilh hi. 1991-99 sung NCGUB le adang kipawlna tuamtuam ah nasem hi.

Vum Son ahih leh khantawn pilnasin khat ahi hi. Kawlgam thautawite in galhiam tawh lehpan ding athupit sak laitakun Vum Son in ahih leh hiamgam tawiloh langdona tawh deihtak panla hi. Ama dinmun tawh kisai kinial suah theih ding tampi oma ahizong amah in ahih leh ama upna aom bangin ma phu toto hi. Lai (thesis) khat ong gelha ‘Ne Win Doctrine’ cih ahih hi. Tua sungah Ne WIn in singnuai thautawite hangin hamphatna angahnate kawkkhia hi. Ama genna ah Ne Win in Kawlgam nam neu tualmite tungah a galkapte gamhtatnate akisam hi cih paulap ngah sak hi ci hi. Bekthamlo damdam le geelsiam takin nam neute aphiatsiang theih nading thautawi langpannate kisam sa hi cih ahi hi.

Gam vai nasepnate banah Vum Son in refugee tampi mah panpih hi. Germany atung masa Kawlgam pan refugee-te pen ka pa huhsa tampi mah om uhi. Azi tawh akikhen khit US atun zawhkhit nung a inn pen refugee akua mapeuh ading kong honsa ahi hi. Atanu tumpen, tua hun lai a kum 12 apha, Lianna bang zumkong mangkong ah tonpih thei zel hi. Amau unau gel in ahih leh amah pen Khamtung pan ong pai apiandang mi khat in mu liang uhi. Azi tawh akikhensiang khitteh Washington DC ah kituah hi. Bang hang hiam cih leh tua teng pen sum zonna hoih bek hilo athupizaw ah DC ah Mizo bulomkhat om hi. Mizo-te in u khat nau khat banga a angvannate mun tam simsim ah gen zel hi. Zang khat suan cih theikawmsa mahin Vum Son in a angvan-a atawpna ah kipawlkhawm hi.

Asawtloin Chin le adang refugee-te US ah ong lutlut thei uha tua bang mi tampite a inn ah ong ciahpihin gam vai gambel siauhna ah huhin panpih hi. Pawlkhat bang in amah pen Kawlgam suahtak nading kal masa hi, ci liang uhi. Zomite bek hilo avom akang minam kim ading a inn kong pen akihong ahi hi. Ni khat bang Vietnam-te khat in ka inn kong uh ong kiu-a Vum Son tawh va kimu lecin om nading mun ong pia ding hi, ong kici hi, ci hi. Vin,Vietnam-pa, pen California pan Washington DC ah nasep zonga ong pai ahi hi. Nasepna tuamtuam ah dawp kawikawi-a om nading nei keng cih zong gen thei zel hi. Tuaciangin Vum Son sam in kici hih tuak hi. Vin pen ko tawh kha 2 bang, akhongin, omkhawm hi. Annek lim hetlo ding cih thei ahimanin Vum Son in akong va kiu aa ko tawh ong ne in, va ci thei zel hi. Tua bang ciang Vin zong nitak an ong nekpih zela tun ahih leh zi tawh ta tawh om ta uhi.

Ni khat, Vum Son in American-te khat inn ong ciahpih hi. Amah ko tawh omkhawma ka kitheihpih mahmah uhi. Inn sung lutkawmin Vum Son in, ‘amah pen thong sungpan ong pusuak lian hi’n, omna ding neilo,’ ci hi. Citatak leng, Vum Son in ahih leh mel nam tuamtuam mite akem ahuh hi. Patrick akici Mizo-te khat tawh akiteng Piantit-te khat zong om hi. Ko innkuan tawh kithei pah saisai lel hi ung. Ahizong, amah pen thukhen zum tawh buaina nei den-a Vum Son nangawn tawh buai ngei uhi. Ka pa’n hih pa pen thong sungpan tam veipi mah va tankhia den hi. Ahizong ka pa in ahih leh phunsan seloin Patrick le amah banga adang mite ading inn kong hon denin om ahi hi.

Namgim khukte ah khat vei kuan leh atate tawh kaal tampi mah kikhen uh ahimanin tua nasep pan khawla, akhawl khitciang nasep thak khat pat sawm hi. Atate tawh omkhawm ding, gamvai aukte semsem dingin atawpna ah tawlnga ding cih adeih thu hi. Leitang lei-a inn lam ding ong khensat hi.

Singkung aphatna khawk khat ah atamman lualo inn khat ong lei-a tua inn puahkik dingin Vum Son in a hun awngte ong zanghta hi. Sun hun in nasep tampi sem-a van zuakna sai ah ahizong taxi hawl ahizongin sem kawikawi hi. Zogam ah ahih leh mite in amau inn ding amau mah in lam uhi. Ama khan sungah zong inn tampi lam ngei-a anu ading buuk alam khawng zong gen thei zel hi. Atanute ahi kei le ka nau in zong lampih hi ung.

Ahiin ci ni ci leng inn lam dante tawh kisai ngaihsut zawhloh zah dongin ong hilha ko tegel in ka hih uh leh tua pilna siamnate mah ka zanghzangh lai uhi. Vum Son in inn lam nuamsa hi. Washington area ah innkuan khat omna inn 4 lamin anunungpen bel alungngaihngaih inn ahi hi. Vum Son in anau naupen ahi Thawng Ngo ading inn khat lam sak-a tuni dong mah tua inn ah teeng lai uhi.

Vum Son nuntakna pen abei kuan ong hita hi. A lungngai ngaih inn zong lam zo in, a tuahtuahna ah a gualzo nuntakna tawh nungta zo hi. Tu 3 aneih khit nungin Pu min pua taktak in leitung nuntakna nusia ahi hi. Vum Son nuntakna pen abei kuan ong hita hi. Alungngaihngaih inn zong lam zo. Atuahtuahna ah agualzo nuntaknate nungta hi. Atu 3 na zong asuak dek hia amah zong nuam mahmah zo hi.

Zo History tawh kisai zonbehna tuamtuamte khangguikante tawh sepkhop ding zong geelkhin. Kipawlna tuamtuam ah lawp takin kihel bek hilo thului tampi zong gelha internet le adang lai kibawlte ah ong suakkhin hi. Asia ni suahna khang lam aa om pilna sang sinte in Zo tangthu tawh kisai atelthei khatin ngaihsun uha khangno Zo tangthu kan tampite in thudot holimna tampi zong bawl khin zo uh.

Vum Son pen biakna mi hilo. Tua sangin mihingte kha, tua khate ii sikdona, pangpuatna, pilna le hihzawhnate ah upna nei zaw hi. Amah in ahih leh alamdang mahmah mihing khat ahi hi. Dr Vum Son in atanu 2 ahi Mang Khan Cing (Bianca Son) le Zam Lian Vung (Liana Suantak), tu 4: Otilio, Dim Hau (Sonora), Son Zo Khai (Alina) le Neam Mang (Joule)-te, laiguizom 5 ahi: Suak Kang, Vung Khai, Cin Za Dal, Lian Kop Cin le Ngo Cin Thawng-te nusia hi.

Note: Hih Dr. Pu Vumson Tangthu tom pen a tanu Lia Mang Khan Cin @ Bianca Son in Mikang lai (English) tawh a gelhna pan Zomite simtheih kim ding deihna tawh Tongsan Tanute in hun tampi la in Zolai tawh hong kiletkhia ahi hi.

Source - www.tongsan.org .












MY FATHER, 

Vum Son Suantak, was born to Pu Ngul Zam and Pi Neam Mang in the Sizang village of Tamdeang on November 9th, 1937. He was their third son. Two of his older brothers died of dysentery before Vum Son was born. He would become the eldest of eight children. Vum Son’s father was a health inspector in the three major townships in the Northern Chin Hills. Vum Son accompanied his father on his numerous trips and thus eventually managed to learn all the major Northern Chin dialects. Beyond learning the dialects of other Chin (Zo), he befriended them learning to relate to differing groups of people.


Missionaries had entered the Chin Hills as early as 1812. His parents were devout Christians. Because Christians considered oral history to be pagan, such conveyers of history were forbidden. However, Vum Son’s maternal grandfather had the foresight and kept the oral tradition alive and thus, Vum Son, learned about Zo History. This experience would later shape his life as well as those of many others.


After finishing High School in Falam of the Chin Hills, Vum Son matriculated to the U. of Rangoon where he received a B.Sc. in Geology. Again here, Vum Son had to learn a new language, Burmese, and a new culture along with it. There were students from all areas of Burma and hence, Vum Son again learned to relate to different types of people. He was successful. In fact, he became quite popular being named a Chinese Checkers champion during his time in Rangoon.

NidanglaiAfter a national state exam, Vum Son scored very high and was given the opportunity to study in Freiberg, Germany—the former East Germany. He completed his MSc. and immediately moved in his Ph.D. studies at Freiberg’s Petroleum Exploration and Mining Academy. Again here, in a continent and culture vastly different from the Chin Hills, Vum Son managed to thrive making friends and earning the respect of his professors. In fact, he was invited to sit in on numerous Ph.D. defenses.

In the mean time, Vum Son met my mother, a German native. They soon fell in love. By the time my father received his Ph.D. degree, he was married with two daughters, my sister and I. Because his student visa had expired, the little family went to Burma. Soon, however, this proved to be a mistake. Although all four appreciated being in Kalymyo, Saigang Division and in Rangoon, the climate proved too difficult for my mother. She and her two daughters, my sister and I were granted an exist visa to West Germany.

Vum Son after escaping through the jungle of Burma, ended up being held at Sawletha, a Karenni tax and military outpost on the bank of Salween River. He was no allowed to leave. Many of the soldiers there were hungry. Vum Son knew how to catch fish by hand. By doing so, he managed to feed the entire outpost and thus earned the respect of the soldiers holding him. Because of this, he was allowed to leave and fled to Chiang Mai where he contacted the Germany embassy. He finally managed to join his family in West Germany where Vum Son settled until 1978. Vum Son’s company moved the family to the United States. While working on oilrigs, he began actively researching and writing Zo History.

Zo History was published in 1986. It made a great impact on the Zo in that many learned of a shared ancestry. Vum Son demonstrated that the Chin of Burma, the Mizo of India and the Kuki or Bawm of Bangladesh stemmed from the same tribe, the Zo and were divided during and after Colonialism. Zo History sparked several movements of re-unification, which still thrive today.

After publishing Zo History, my father also became increasingly active in social and political activities. Vum Son served as the president of the Foundation for Democracy in Burma for five years. He was also a member of the Committee for Restoration of Democracy in Burma. He later founded the Chin National Council and the Chin Freedom Coalition. He further formed the Chin Forum whose primary occupation was the drafting of a Constitution for the future Chin State. Further, he served as an advisor to the Zomi Innkuan, Washington DC and was a member of the Board of Consultants of the Political Affairs Committee of Chinland. My father was also focused on Human Rights and became an activist in 1987 addresses the UN and the UNHCR in several countries boarding Burma. Given his interest in Zo History, he became a member of (ZORO) the Zo Re-unification Organization and founding member of ZOLITE (Zomi Literature Institute). Vum Son believed in non-violence and thus lectured on methods of non-violence resistance. From 1991-1999 he also worked with the NCGUB as well as other organizations.

Vum Son was a life-long scholar. When he realized that the armed resistance groups in Burma were actually fostering the military rather than fighting it, he changed his mind and starting campaigning for non-violent resistance. His position was considered controversial, yet he continued to fight for what he believed. He forwarded a thesis entitled the "Ne Win Doctrine" in which he argued that Ne Win, first military dictator of Burma, promoted and encouraged the existence of armed resistance groups. Ne Win understood, argued Vum Son, that in order to justify the military’s violent reactions toward the ethnic minorities as well as the slow, systematic and deliberate ethnic cleansing of Burma’s minorities, armed resistance was necessary.

Besides his political actives, Vum Son also helped hundreds of refugees. Some of the earliest refugees that my father supported were in Germany who came from Burma in the 1970s. Once he moved to the United States and separated from his wife, he opened his home to any and all refugees. He also took custody of his youngest daughter, Liana, who was just twelve years old at that time. In fact, both of his children would soon consider him their only parent—a rather unusual situation for a man from the Chin Hills. After his divorce he moved to Washington D.C. because of the stable economy but more important, because D.C. had a large Mizo community. Vum Son spoke about this important connection on many occasions crediting the Mizo for embracing him as brethren. That is, knowing their shared ancestry, Vum Son reached out to this community and was soon integrated.

Nidanglai_IISoon, Chin and other refugees starting arriving into the United States and Vum Son took many of them into his home, supported them and aided them in seeking political asylum. Some say that he was the first step from Burma to freedom. Besides Chin refugees, Vum Son’s door was open to all types of people, Blacks, Europeans, other Asian nationalities and Americans. In fact, one day a Vietnamese man knocked on our door, "I was told to see Vum Son and that he would offer me a place to stay." Apparently, Vin, the Vietnamese man, drove from California to Washington DC in hopes of finding a job hanging wallpaper. He randomly called companies asking for a job and mentioned to one that he did not have a place to live. He was told to call Vum Son. Vin lived with us for a couple of months—free of charge. Vum Son would knock on his door, "Come and eat with us" realizing that Vin was surviving on ramen. Vin gladly joined us for dinner and he eventually managed to set up his new life and soon his wife and kids followed.

One day Vum Son brought home an American man. He also stayed with us and we became friends. In passing Vum Son mentioned to us, "He just got out of prison and had no where else to stay." In fact, Vum Son took care of other colorful characters. Patrick was a French man married to a Mizo. Patrick became a good friend of the family very quickly. However, he was always in legal trouble, once even having personated Vum Son! My father retrieved him form jail on several occasions. Still, my father never judged him and left his door open to Patrick and to many others like him.

Having left his job working on oilrigs, which kept him away from his children for weeks at a time, he elected to start a new career. He wanted time with his kids, time to pursue his political interests and overall, settle down. He decided to invest in land and to build houses.

Having bought an inexpensive home in a rather shady neighborhood, Vum Son spent his weekends and evenings renovating the house. During the daytime, he had numerous jobs from working at a grocery store to driving a taxi. In the Chin Hills, most everyone constructs his or her own homes. He had been building all his life and often recalled building huts for his mother. His daughters, my sister and I, built alongside our father. In fact, he taught us everything imaginable about construction and both of us have a large collection of power tools today! Vum Son loved building houses. He would build four single-family homes in the Washington area, the last being his dream home. Vum Son even built one home for his youngest brother, Thawng Ngo who still lives in the house today.

Vum Son was on the brink of his life when he unexpectedly passed away. He had built his dream home. His children had grown up and were each living successful lives. His third grandchild was on the way and he was thrilled. Vum Son continued his love for Zo History and planned additional research including working with genealogist. He also continued being active in numerous organizations and wrote dozens of articles published on the Internet and other publications. Southeast Asian scholars had come to consider him an expert on Zo History and thus he was interviewed by dozens of young researchers regarding Zo History.

The Institute for Social History in Amsterdam has created a special archive for all my father writings, books, interviews and private correspondences.

Vum Son was not a religious person. Instead, he believed in the spirit of human beings, their tenacity, resilience, intellect and potential.

He was an amazing human being!
Dr. Vum Son is survived by two daughters, Mang Khan Cing (Bianca Son) and Zam Lian Vung (Liana Suantak). He now has four grandchildren: Otilio, Dim Hau (Sonora), Son Zo Khai (Alina) and Neam Mang (Joule). Five living siblings are: Suak Kang, Vung Khai, Cin Za Dal, Lian Kop Cin, and Ngo Cin Thawng also survive him.

Mang Khan Cing (Bianca Son)
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