A Stranger to Myself: Diary of a Bangladeshi in Singapore
Md Sharif Udin
Singapore's economy, like those of many countries in Asia and the Middle East, is highly dependant on cheap immigrant labour. Here we have an account of an immigrant's life during his ten years in Singapore. His home sickness obviously shows, but at the same time he has no axe to grind against either his home or host country. With emotion, but without self-absorption, he gives voice to the feelings of so many that are seldom heard in this arresting way. New Paperback. Reprint. Originally published in 2017. 176 pages.
Weight: 0.5 kg Post free within Malaysia