The most well-known person Bangladeshi journalist Kaysar Hamid Hannan in Malaysia
East Asian country Malaysia is a country dependent on foreign workers as well as domestic workers. The government of this country has made various efforts over the past decade to reduce the dependence on foreign workers. Malaysia's top leaders have lamented at various times during this effort ‘‘Malaysian youth are lazy in work’’ so it is not possible to keep production in the country's industries without foreign workers, it is absurd to expect to proceed with formative construction development work.
Eventually, Malaysia remained a country dependent on foreign workers - which is good for our Countries and for Bangladeshi. Because Malaysia is one of the most important countries for foreign employment for Bangladesh. Around one million Bangladeshis are engaged in various activities in Malaysia.
They are sending remittances every month. Bangladesh's foreign exchange reserves are enriching. While Bangladeshi remittance fighters are staying in Malaysia, they have developed a bond with the language and culture of the country. The main reason for this is that the youth of Bangladesh easily learn how to know best way Malaysian language. Religion is associated with Malayu, the landlord of Malaysia. Chinese and Tamils also love dedicated Bangladeshi's.
Regardless of how much friendship is framed with the individuals of Malaysia, Bangladesh is still in our hearts. Bangladesh love is consistently alive in the spirit. Bengali culture is also absorbed by every Bengali in exile. That is why it is the main festival of Bengalis in exile Pahela Baishakh, Bangladesh's glorious Independence Day, Victory Day, Ekushey February and all the festivals of life are celebrated by Bangladeshi.
And the news of the celebration of various festivals of Bengalis in exile is in various media of the country Several expatriate journalists are engaged in publicity work. The number of expatriate journalists in Malaysia has increased significantly over the past decade.
Kaysar Hamid Hannan said that on this point ‘‘I would say that's a good thing. There are or may be some bad things. However, the good side can be said more. For the welfare of the expatriate journalists, the news of the expatriate Bangladeshis is also being known in a moment. The latest news of emigration is coming in electronics media, online and print media’’.
Kaysar is one of the first people in Malaysia to be involved in journalism. Initially, He work in Malaysian correspondent of one of the Bangladeshi top online news portals ‘Bangla News’, later worked as a staff reporter with sincerity. After working there for several years, he joined ‘NTV’, one of the most popular satellite TV channels in the country. He has been working as the Malaysia representative of ‘NTV’ since 2016. Apart from Bangla News and ‘NTV’ he has written in several other newspapers of the country. He has also edited a few weekly magazines in exile.
Kaysar has traveled to various provinces of Malaysia to gather news of expatriates. Nowadays the most renowned journalist in the Bangladeshi community in Malaysia is Kaysar Hamid Hannan. Also Kaysar is a well-known journalist in Malaysia, including expatriate businessmen, politicians, ordinary workers and expatriate students.
He always strives relentlessly to excel in the profession of journalism. He Trying to stay by the side of expatriates, to do something good. Journalist Hannan has a great relationship with expatriate students. He went to most of the colleges and universities in Malaysia to collect various news from the expatriate Bangladeshi student organization. Many times they get various news of the students through him. Through him, expatriate journalists are good relationship with higher students.
Kaysar hiled from Hajiganj in Chandpur district. he has been in Malaysia for almost a century. He lived in exile for a long time in the light and air of Malaysia, but his Bangladesh is in his heart. He loves Bangladeshi expatriates in Malaysia. Kaysar has been associated with Bangladesh Community Press Club-Malaysia from the Start of the organization. After serving as Joint Secretary and General Secretary, he is currently the Vice-President of the Press Club.
November 30 is the birthday of Kaysar, a favorite bangladeshi journalist of Malaysian expatriates. On behalf of the expatriate Bangladeshis in Malaysia and on behalf of the Bangladesh Community Press Club, we wish him a happy birthday. Happy Birthday - Kaysar Hamid Hannan.