Tanzir Islam Britto is a prominent blogger, writer, activist, and physician hailing from Chittagong, Bangladesh. He was born in 1990 and has faced many challenges in his life, including battling lymphoma as a child and facing surveillance from terrorist groups. Despite these obstacles, Britto has become a role model for many young people in Bangladesh through his various endeavors.
Md Tanzir Islam Britto
|Born||1 January, 1990|
|Birth place||Chittagong, Bangladesh|
|Also known as||সিডাটিভ হিপনোটিক্স|
|Occupation||Blogger, activist physician|
Britto’s passion for writing started at a young age, and in 2007 he began his own blog. He writes about a range of topics, from political satire to movie critiques, and has contributed articles to various newspapers and online news portals in Bangladesh. He is a contributing writer for EArki and has published his work in the renowned daily newspaper Prothom Alo and many web news portals and magazines.
Britto’s activism extends beyond his writing. In 2013, he played a pivotal role in organizing the Shahbag Movement, which called for the death penalty for war criminals and an end to religious extremism. The movement was one of the largest mass movements in Bangladesh’s history, and Britto’s involvement put him under surveillance by a terrorist group.
Despite his public persona, Britto is known to be a private person. He enjoys watching documentaries, movies, and TV series, and has a deep appreciation for the poet Jibanananda Das. Alongside his writing and activism, Britto is also a physician. He completed his MBBS from Chittagong Medical College in 2014 and is currently pursuing a postgraduate degree in public health.
In addition to his medical studies, Britto is involved in various social initiatives in his community. He is the founder and president of the Green Society, a non-profit organization that promotes environmental sustainability and awareness in Bangladesh. He is also a member of the Young Thinkers’ Forum, a group of young professionals who aim to promote critical thinking and social activism in Bangladesh.
Britto’s many accomplishments have earned him recognition both in Bangladesh and beyond. He has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Daily Star, the Dhaka Tribune, and The Financial Express. With his many talents and passions, Britto is sure to continue making a positive impact in his country and beyond.
- The Starry Night Cafe
- Medical Journals of Tanzir Islam Britto