Pic: #tbt to a special Thursday last year... Since before the tragedies of 2017, the Rohingya's situation has been on my mind. When the gruesome attacks started in the Rakhine territory end of 2017, i just felt so sick! Hearing of mass massacre, genocide....it just boggles my mind how ANY human being can WILLINGLY do things like that to another human being.
I dedicated my events to the cause last year, and now, tomorrow afternoon, my cousin and I will finally be heading down to Cox's Bazaar to volunteer at the Rohingya Camp...and my head and tummy are ...Read more
So, what does it take to make one of Dhaka's most favourite #streetfood? I ? Jhaal Muri!! Puffed rice with nuts and chili... And crunchy stuff! Lol
Yummm! Do you know what I'm having?? JHAAL MURI
Bangla Street food! You gotta try it! ====== We are getting ready for our trip down to cox's bazaar, and currently in #Dhaka. We stopped by the Gulshan 1 Market and found a stall full of a mad array of goodies! Nuts, dried coconut, chutney, spices etc etc. Some of these are even #homemade, straight from the home of the stall keeper.
Check out all the colours! ===== Check out @zimaaction on IG and FB and follow us as we had down to chittagong. We will share more there with you about the situation ...Read more
We are in #Bangladesh on our way to volunteer at the Rohingya camps with @obathelpersusa. I cant explain the mix of emotions I've been feeling as the day to go down to Cox's Bazaar gets closer. We are currently in #Dhaka and it's so exciting to see the #hustleandbustle of the streets!
We stopped by the Gulshan 1 Market and found a stall full of a mad array of goodies! Nuts, dried coconut, chutney, spices etc etc. Some of these are even #homemade, straight from the home of the stall keeper.
Check out all the colours! Follow @zimaaction on...Read more
It's Feb 21st and a national holiday today in Bangladesh, for international mother language day. It was declared by the UN in 2008 but started right here in Dhaka in the 50s
Pakistan was formed in 47 and BD was known as East Pakistan (as you see we, don't even share a border though!) Government was based in the west and in 1948 Urdu was declared as sole national language. The East wasn't happy cos majority spoke Bangla so wanted it to be declared as one of the other national languages. Protests started and...Read more
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