Tazkia Arusa is the Editor for YouthSparks Magazine. She has always been passionate about writing and has great aspirations to become a renowned author. Her dream is to inspire and inform people through her writing. Tazkia Arusa is also a known food blogger who has reviewed a handful of restaurants in Dhaka city;
Introvert, Emotional, Spiritual and very creatively Lazy. Always trying to motivate and cheer up people who are down. I get bored very easily and distraction never fails to pop up on my mind when I’m doing any task. Also a believer of “Law of Attraction” and own a digital library full of self help and motivational ebooks.
Saraf Nawar, a 19 yr-old graduate from Sunnydale School and a prospective engineering student at the Delft Technological University, Netherlands. Besides being a social-activist and a math-science enthusiast, I harbor an ardent admiration for writing and capturing moments with my fifth eye (Photography). My prime identity is being a Bangladeshi.
“Give a man a mask and he will
tell you the truth” - Oscar Wilde.
An eager optimist who believes in second chances, true love, friendship and humanity and is bent on bending this cruel truth, someday, by reaching out to people. She is currently studying at Department of English in University of Dhaka.
Recently graduated A levels from Sunnydale School. Currently taking a gap year, hence preparing to undertake medical studies abroad imminently. My motto: eat, sleep, pray and repeat. Besides that I am a movie fanatic and a book-maniac.
Nahiyan Fayza is an undergrad student who is studying BBA in North South University. She loves reading books and her favorite book is The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Skeeter Phelan, one of the main characters of this book, inspired her to become a writer and help bring a change in the society.