Item AUD 117/1/2 - Interview of Gias Miah by Mahbubur Rahman, part 1 of 2

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AUD 117/1/2

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Interview of Gias Miah by Mahbubur Rahman, part 1 of 2

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  • 11 Aug 2022 (Creation)

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1 WAV file

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Recorded in Norfolk, United Kingdom. Gias Miah, a chef and community figure in Norwich, shares his life journey from Bangladesh to England at the age of 2. Despite having no memories of his birthplace, he emphasizes his strong cultural ties and frequent visits to Bangladesh. Gias manages the restaurant 'Tamarind' in Blofield Heath, where he engages in charitable activities for the community. Family is crucial to him, with fond memories of his wedding day and a deep admiration for his late father, who was a politician, who remains his ultimate inspiration. Gias is proud to call Norwich home, expresses a desire to share his knowledge by resuming courses at Norwich City College, promoting the importance of tradition and culture, especially in the culinary arts.

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Accessible at the NRO and online via MP3 copy file. Some personal data redacted for privacy reasons.

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  • English

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Duration: 4 min. 34 sec.
Playback mode: stereo
Sample frequency: 44.1 kHz

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