Kazi Akib Bin Asad | The Daily Star
  • Kazi Akib Bin Asad

    Kazi Akib Bin Asad is the Editor In-charge of SHOUT, and likes to collect puns from around the world.

  • Editorial

    It is a blessing to have been born a 90s kid. I grew up in the height of MTV’s success, when music was largely accepted as a lifestyle and not just a form of art. I’ve had the Walkman, and still remember the day I bought my first (and only) mp3 player. No cassette, no disc, all technology.
  • End of a Cinematic Era

    For a young person in the city with limited hangout options, be it with friends, family or simply oneself, the halls provided entertainment in a beautifully unique way.
  • Editorial

    Chittagong, or Chattogram, holds a special place in my heart. I visited the city when I was a toddler and as a young man. Each time,
  • Editorial

    I could say this about other things too, but yes, graphic design is my passion.
  • Who are the youth, anyway?

    At 15, I was running around in my school yard playing football with a paper ball; at 24, I was throwing countless paper balls into the trashcan because my engineering math assignment wouldn't add up. Years later I am still, for all intents and purposes, a youth.