Assalamualaikum (May PEACE be upon you)
This is Adnan Firoze from Bangladesh. I'm a senior at college and have completed my Computer Science and Engineering major and finishing my minor in English Linguistics this semester and hope to graduate this December.
Life has been kind to me in every possible way - from academics to family. I have a nice home, two doctors as both of my parents and an extraordinary sister.
And my interests lie in music (I play the drums), mathematics, diplomacy, diversity of cultures and anything related to "peace" (which ever way you perceive that is up to your interpretation).
Someday, I wish to work higher up at UNICEF or "Save The Children" cause I want to make a difference by contributing by playing a pioneering role in making a world without "hungry children." The dream is to find food and shelter for children and not to find any hungry children - not here in Bangladesh, not in Somalia, not ANYWHERE. I have started my first step by sponsoring a school student for her education in rural Bangladesh through the Serve-BD Society ( http://www.serve-bd.org ).
That should tell my story.
I would prefer that you read my article in the original Huffington Post page but please do stay around and browse through The Windbag. Ramadan is a month of abstinence for Muslims. People practice mercy, compassion and rigorous fasting. They do… Read More ›
I would prefer that you read my article in the original Huffington Post page but please do stay around and browse through The Windbag. To function in Dhaka, you need to be privy to certain scientific processes. Sounds absurd? Not… Read More ›
Photos: Adnan Firoze With the scarcity of expendable income this Ramadan (2015), the lower-middle-class consumers are at home. Consequently, the hawkers catering to the semi-marginalized class is frustrated. (Location: Mohakhali Bazar; City:Dhaka; Country: Bangladesh; Date July 2, 2015) I’m sure,… Read More ›
Original Huffington Post Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.in/adnan-firoze/faces-of-the-bangladeshi-_b_7693354.html I would prefer that you read my article in the original Huffington Post page but please do stay around and browse through The Windbag. I live in New York for educational purposes; however unlike many who have… Read More ›
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious affordable housing plan is put to its first test by the Astoria Cove housing project. The project is to receive its first progress report from the City Planning Commission tomorrow, September 29, at the wake… Read More ›
New York Council Member Costa Constantinides (D-Astoria) introduced a bill guaranteeing community access and notification requirement within the city’s gun offender registry on August 21, 2014. Council members Paul Vallone, Ritchie Torres and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr…. Read More ›
[Originally I wrote it for Dhaka Courier] The Journey from Mojammel to ‘Mojo Mama’ Let’s face it, people don’t turn into millionaires overnight as depicted in the Bollywood-esque Hollywood movies (and one of them even ended up winning the best… Read More ›