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.
(2008) “Oh my Bengal of Gold, I love you” The two first lines by Tagore from the national anthem of Bangladesh may be the tackiest yet the most appropriate identity of Bangladesh. Just like the title suggests,Bangladeshis a small… Read More ›
This is something I wrote for Melissa in 2007 for English 105. hahaha. When a child steps into his first grade in school or nursery, he/she embarks upon a journey which apparently seems exciting to him/her. As long as… Read More ›
MONKEY TALK : Language – a human monopoly or a communal property with the animal kingdom – a Psycholinguistic study
by Adnan Firoze Abstract In this paper I present a comparative and contrastive study between human and animal language from the standpoint of Psycholinguistics. Human language itself is one of the very features that distinguish its own kind from the… Read More ›
Before I get to the subject matter let me present you with a hypothetical scenario, the relevance of which will unfold itself as we move further. Consider a scenario where you are at a fruit stall in Bangladesh with the… Read More ›
(written on Sep 27, 2010) Hello my little (well, not so little anymore) monitor screen! How are you? Even though I just said I don’t think you are little anymore doesn’t mean I don’t want a bigger one. Anyway that’s… Read More ›
The Hindi Dominated Bangla-speaking Society – A SOCIOLINGUISTIC IMPERIALISM by Adnan Firoze (20-12-2009)
The Hindi Dominated Bangla-speaking Society – A SOCIOLINGUISTIC IMPERIALISM by Adnan Firoze (Written on 20-12-2009) (dd-mm-yyyy) Abstract  Asif (a boy of sixteen to his friend): “Khiday pet cho cho korchhe, dost!”  Arif (a boy of sixteen to… Read More ›
How Emotionally Sensible is the Girl Named Bangladesh? (Published in “NSU Chronicles Issue 1, Feb 2009”)
How emotionally sensible is the girl named Bangladesh? by Adnan Firoze ————————————————————————— Published in “NSU Chronicles Issue 1, Feb 2009” ————————————————————————— There are many aptitude tests in the website http://www.blogspot.com. While I was going through some of their self learning… Read More ›
The Bangladeshi/South Asian Perspective Official Link: Dhaka Courier Gadgets have pheromones emanating from them. With a glance at them, you want them for yourself. I know I speak for 80% of the Dhaka-ites and even the 50+ age group. However,… Read More ›