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Sumaya want to show up Bengali culture to the world

70Sumaya Ashraf Mannan wants to be a Psychologist in future and wants to highlight Bangladesh to

the world.  She passed her GCSE with Nine As and two AStars from Seven Kings School and as a

recognigtion, Sumaya received the 2014 Student Achievement Award given by Bangladesh High

Commission in London.  Sumaya has expressed her gratitude to the Bangladesh Government to run these types of activities  which encourages the British born Bangladeshi students to work even harder to achieve these

recognitions. She has also requested Bangladesh High Commission to organise more workshops and seminars to

draw more attention to the history of liberation war, Bengali nationalism and thousands and

thousands years old rich tradition of Bengali culture and tradition.

Sumaya’s family is originally from Rajpur village of Rajnagar Upozilla of Mowlvibazar District.  Her

father is Abdul Ashraf Harun and mother Yasmin Ashraf.  She is grandchild of prominent educationist

and collector of liberation history M A Mannan.