Doc Sábbá Rohingya Zine - Issue #4


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Doc Sábbá Rohingya Zine - Issue #4
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Welcome to the delayed Issue No.4 of Doc Sábbá. The delay to the Zines has been brought about by recent events in the camps and in Myanmar.
This issue features the work of Mainul Islam. Mainul was born to refugee parents in Bangladesh. He has been a refugee all his life.
This issue is entitled “Fire”. If you wish to buy a hardcopy of the Zine, please get in touch.

...quote by Nelson Mandela
...quote by Nelson Mandela
Cartons of food parcels.
Cartons of food parcels.
A destroyed shop keeps going.
A destroyed shop keeps going.
Doc Sábbá is an Art Zine featuring creative works by Rohingya refugees including photography, paintings and words. The title, Doc Sábbá, pronounced dosh sabba, means 10 pages in Rohingya language. “Doc Sábbá” is written in Rohingyalish. The Zine is curated by Shafiur Rahman. Follow our instagram and facebook. We are on Twitter. Finally you can read this on Yumpu.
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