Famous Chin Female Singers to Entertain Fans in Australia
13 June 2011: Burma’s popular Chin singers Sung Tin Par and Van Dawt Cin, aka Moe Moe, are to wow fans and audiences in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday, 25th June 2011.
The event ‘Chin Cultural Promotion 2011’ organised and hosted by the Australia Chin Community (Eastern Melbourne) is expected to draw hundreds of supporters across Australia as well as New Zealand.
David Ca Lian Thang, of Australia Chin Community (Eastern Melbourne), said: “The singers have been granted australian visas and hopefully will make their way to Australia soon. We have arranged a concert hall and other equipment as well as facilities required for the event.”
The Chin concert is set to take place in George Wood Performing Arts Centre at 6pm in Melbourne, the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria.
Ms Van Dawt Cin aka Moe Moe, 26, of Thau village, Chin State, rose to fame when she won the second prize of ‘Melody World’ nationwide singing contest in Burma in December 2009.
On 5 June, Burma’s famous Chin singer Sung Tin Par alongside Chin gospel singer Sangpi and others performed in the Music Festival of Praise held at Kuala Lumpur Baptist Church in Malaysia.
It is estimated that there are over 4,000 Chins currently living in Australia.
Formed in 2007, the Australia Chin Community (Eastern Melbourne) Inc., is a community-based non-profit organisation committed to providing services to Chin community members with various programs including integration with Australian soceity, educational functions, youth workshops, sports and cultural activities.
Van Biak Thang