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Supian Ahmad

photojournale connections across a human planet

Supian Ahmad
Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur. Amongst the locals, there exists thousands of foreign workforce, both legal and illegal. All are here with but one aim – apart from contributing to the success and wealth of this nation – to earn a decent living for their family back in their home countries.

Sadly, unknown by many, a sub-set of this vast number of foreigners would be a group of 50 Bangladeshis. Originally being brought into the country by “an agency”, they have been showered with many but still unfulfilled sweet promises. Now, they are literally living in a limbo as illegal immigrants unable to go back home or support their families.

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