These days "nomad" is booming in Japan. Nomad originally means a member of a group of people who have no fixed home and move according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water, and grazing land. Somehow this word is meant for those who work without fixed place such as freelancer.So called "nomad workers" can choose where they work (which means they can avoid rush hour for taking train)and they have a right to choose what they work for. Although it sounds wonderful, I have another point of view.
Photo: Mifuyu Ando (a famous nomad worker in Japan / PR Director & Project Manager)quotation http://www.hasuna.co.jp/blog/2012/02/23/安藤様プロフィール.jpg
I participated a nation-wide blogger tour held in Hiroshima this week. I got to know this tour on twitter when one of my followee tweeted about it. I have been interested in him recently so that that was enough to bring me to that tour. In Hiroshima the tour held a gathering with many blogger, some of them are professional blogger.
In year of 2012, Chairman of Same Page Limited, Mr. Muhhamad nurul Islam has awarded The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon from the government of Japan for his outstanding contribution towards building friendly relationship of Japan and Bangladesh for more than 20 years. The honorary consul general of Japan in Chittagong is the fifth Bangladeshi person to receive the honour from the Japanese government.
On 14th February 2013 Japanese Ambassador to Dhaka Shiro Sadoshima conferred ‘the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon’on Nurul Islam in a ceremony at Japanese Embassy in Dhaka.
Photo: board members of Same Page Limited with Japanese Ambassador to Dhaka Shiro Sadoshima at the ceremony
Unfortunately the title doesn't mean I earn the fifth most among all managing director in Bangladesh. But in fact this blog ranked as the number-five choice on Google search engine when searching "Bangladesh Managing Director" in Japanese language.
Somehow this blog page was acting up.
Found that links didn't work and some other bugs.
I first doubted the vulnerablity of Joomla!, but I'm sorry that's not your fault Joomla!