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Mehrin Jainy Karim

BangladeshChittagong, Bangladesh

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March 2, 2011
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Mehrin Jainy Karim

About Me: 

I am a citizen of bangladesh. I feel proud to be a citizen of an independent country. I live in Chittagong, a port city of Bangladesh. The main attraction of Chittagong is the beautiful hilly areas and attractive rivers.
I am from a Muslim family. My dearest father is my ideal and my sweetest mother is the blessing of God for me. I have only one brother. He is elder than me.
I am a student of Asian University For Women. It is situated in Chittagong. Women of different countries have come to study here. It's really exciting to be with the people of different countries and cultures. We can get acquainted with each others customs. Moreover we get to to know each others countries' situation, especially the situation of women. Different stories and different point of views give us a better way to think and to observe the world.
My hobbies are- riding bicycle, playing badminton, dancing, watching tv, and litsening to songs.

I used to dance on Bangladesh television for 7 years.

My aim is to be well educated and stand behind the helpless women of Bangladesh. As we Bangali women are discriminited from our rights in many ways, I want to fight against this discrimination. Through this I want to change the dominating society.

My Passions: 
To be the best
My Challenges: 
Change women's situation of the world
My Vision for the Future: 
A world of equality
My Areas of Expertise: 
Eassy and journal writing, dance.
My Languages: 
Bengali, English

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