Columnist: Andrew Morris
Vignettes from an expatriate's life in Bangladesh.
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- Bangladesh Diary: The Mechanics of Arranged MarriagesI respect and admire the marriages I have seen here - in the majority of cases this whole system seems simply to work.
- Eyes Wide Open and Sleepless in DhakaThe sole advice I can really offer myself is not to worry about it. Like all things, it comes and goes.
- Bangladesh Diary: A Weekend Away (Part Two)Clerks beaver away in the gloom. Some of them look like they too arrived in the 1860s and simply forgot to leave.
- Bangladesh Diary: A Weekend Away (Part One)A trip back to the town where I first worked here...
- Bangladesh Diary: In This WorldAmidst the destitution and grime, there is no self-pity here, no time for despair just grit and resolve
- Bangladesh Diary: Laughing BuddhaAn evening in the company of a Buddhist monk
- Bangladesh Diary: Happy FamiliesDifferences in family life between Bangladesh and the UK
- Bangladesh Diary: Freedom Fighter"I was once active in the war of Independence, full of dreams for this newborn country".
- Bangladesh Diary: La Dolce Vita (A Day Out In Upmarket Dhaka)How the other half (a percent) lives in the capital
- Bangladesh Diary: A Week In The Life Of A Dhaka ResidentDhaka is many things, but it's never boring.
- Bangladesh Diary: 60 SecondsHeadline news: a man hugs his wife...
- Bangladesh Diary: Time TravelA journey through Dhaka Old Town
- Bangladesh Diary: StreetlifeI decided to turn my eyes fully to the life of the streets, and this is what I saw.
- Bangladesh Diary: What a Strange, Wonderful PlaceI am always utterly overwhelmed by the amazing qualities of the people. Never anywhere have I been smiled at so often by so many.
- Bangladesh Diary: Home and AwayThe things we miss when in exile
- Bangladesh Diary: Monthly Meeting and Decision MakingIn Bangladesh, the government fiddles (in more ways than one) while the country is set alight. The people, meanwhile, have had enough.
- Bangladesh Diary: UN Convention on Children's Rights Honored Only In BreachWhy do we insist on employing children? Have we failed to grasp what it really means to talk of children's rights?