This year, ten Bangladeshi youngsters have been included in the Top 100 Young Talents in Asia list. This award intends to recognise young individuals, aged between 18 and 30 years, who inspire, influence, and encourage others through their talent, narrative, or work for people and communities.
Monsta Asia, Malaysia’s largest talent development and engagement platform that designs, develops, and identifies talents in both personal and professional abilities, is this event’s organiser. This year, the top 100 talents were chosen from more than 1000 nominees, for their impactful stories, and outstanding contributions to their communities.
Among them, the ten Bangladeshi youths are – Sadi Muhammad Tamim (Founder, Singra Students Welfare Association), Md. Moktar Hossen (Head of Operation, Jahanara Foundation), Israt Sharmin Keya (Founder and President, Briddhi Foundation), Ahshanul Mahbub Labby (Founder, Newspaper Olympiad), Mohaimenul Solaiman Nicholas (Content Team Lead, Reverse School), Murshidul Alam Bhuiyan (Team Bertho), Sajid Ur Rashid (Content Writer, Reverse School), Talha Zubair (Founder, Bacto Crop), Tahmina Akter Supti (Founder of Light For Life and Project Fortune) and Raju Ahmed ( Founder, Awareness Army Youth Organisation). Talha Zubair is the youngest one to make it to the list this year.