YOU WANT TO LIVE WHERE YOUR YOUTH WAS
Imrul Hasan has been living in Belarus for almost 23 years. Having graduated the college in Bangladesh, at the age of 18 Imrul enrolled on student exchange program and went to Lvov to learn Russian in language courses. On completion of the courses he faced the choice of a medical university where he would continue his education. As soon as he was told that the medical university in Minsk is the most difficult to study at, he had no doubts where to go. Difficulties, as he says, encourage people to develop themselves.
Despite the fact that there were no other Bangladeshi students, Imrul didn’t feel like a foreign in a new country, as in Belarus he built his family. For 10 years he’s been working as a physician at the 25th policlinic in Minsk. He’s never regretted having stayed in this country: here is his family, friends and job that he loves so much.
Imrul speaks four languages: Indian, Bengali, English and Russian. He says he likes how Belarusian sounds but he can’t speak Belarusian himself. And he surely has the same way if thinking as Belarusians – he admits this fact.