Tanjim Azad Chy
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Tanjim Azad Chy commented on Charlotte Le's blog post Is it important to live in a democracy?
"Brilliant one! It's not just another essay which anyone would read and forget it's a tailor made masterpiece"
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Let Us Speak

A cold winter evening with a head full of thoughts and emotions. A day to answer a simple yet most challenging question, With my black ballpoint pen in hand and a stack of plain papers laid ever so neatly before me, I began to try and bring to life, as eloquently as I could through text, my most honest and intelligent opinions on the matter. I took a deep breath for dramatic effect and a sip of tea every now and then. The choice of beverage made more for how serious it made me look and less for…See More
Dec 31, 2018
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Tanjim Azad Chy is now a member of Global Ethics Network
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Sylhet Government college
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Cities, Communication, Culture, Democracy, Economy, Education, Energy, Environment, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Poverty, Science, Sustainability, Technology, Transportation, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Nineteen years ago shortly after giving a lot of pains to his mother, a boy named Tanjim make his way to the world. While growing up in the vicinity of his beautiful town of sylhet,Tanjim was always surrounded by people from all walks of life which has render him the experience to adapt in any given situation.

Just like every other kids, Tanjim start his education in the age of six before home-schooled by his aunt and got himself admitted In three institutions in his 12 years education period so far. Being a student, he always tried his level best in both academic and extracurricular activities and earned some first-hand experience of being a class captain in the 8th and 10th grade.

Tanjim is really open-minded and thinks everyone's view should be respected whether they are supported by facts or not. He do not let other people Influence his actions and always like to take part In debate as it helps him to think outside of the box and also be practical and creative in taking major decision. He's highly motivated to take part in any social situation and believes that working as a volunteer is something that gives him peace of mind. In his words, "Volunteering can come from anything, from helping a handicapped guy crossing the street, to drink water to a street dog when he strive for it".
Tanjim has some genuine interest in the horizon of current affairs which is happening around the world on a daily basis. He always try to take a spontaneous look in the daily newspaper and news bulletins about national, international, sports and other general topics. He also found reading book and different kinds articles as a worthwhile and essential activity for his self development.
Besides, he try his best to involve in different voluntary work in his community to make his society a better place to live. Currrently he's member of an Environmental awareness organization, a blood donation group and a non-profit organization all of which works to eradicate some problems and to establish a certain goal.
Although, When anybody asks him about his perfect leisure day activity, he simply reply them with creative writing and travelling with a nice giggle in his face. He also like to watch Hollywood movies of director Stephen Spielberg and always like to take part in different online and offline competition to earn some knowledge and gain experience in the same vein.
I know it's not little but i can't get any abstract form of this. I think Carnegie council is doing one of the coolest thing any organization needs to do and it's to let the youth voices heard. I feel like I'm previliged to be on this global network and participating in the essay contest will help everybody to value the importance of democracy at its peak.

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Let Us Speak

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

A cold winter evening with a head full of thoughts and emotions. A day to answer a simple yet most challenging question, With my black ballpoint pen in hand and a stack of plain papers laid ever so neatly before me, I began to try and bring to life, as eloquently as I could through text, my most honest and intelligent opinions on the matter. I took a deep breath for dramatic effect and a sip of tea every now and then. The choice of beverage made more for how serious it made me look and less…

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