chemical and cosmetics company

He’s from Bangladesh and a doctoral student in chemical engineering at Hiroshima University. The research theme is the removal of harmful components from water using a polymer gel-filled with a catalyst. He succeeded in removing arsenic and manganese with the same adsorbent at neutral pH and received multiple awards for this paper.


Hiroshima University
Chemical Engineering


I’ve been in Japan for nearly six years. I finished my master’s degree and am now working on my Ph.D. Job hunting was extremely difficult for me as a foreigner with inadequate Japanese skills. When I first started looking for work, I felt as if I were swimming in a sea with no sense of direction. In fact, all I wanted to do was stay afloat in the waves. There were a few ups and many downs. There were times when I was on the verge of giving up. I, on the other hand, continued to believe in God. I did not give up and continued my job quest. With the aid of God, I was introduced to Mr. Fukushima from ASIA to JAPAN, who recommended that I apply to a chemical and cosmetics company, one of Japan’s major firms. He reviewed my résumé before I applied and advised me on how to improve it. Mr. Fukushima double-checked my entry sheet before I submitted it, making sure it was error-free. It’s worth noting that he continued to assist me even on vacations and at odd hours. When I received an interview call, I met with Mr. Okumura, one of the ASIA to JAPAN’s consultants. He coached me in preparing for the interview in such a way that he ended up encouraging and energizing me. In a nutshell, he showed me where I belonged and set a goal for me. He assisted me in perfecting even the tiniest aspects of the interview. The interview went well thanks to the thorough preparation. When I got the interview results a few weeks later, I couldn’t believe what I heard at first. Finally, I landed the job of my dreams. Though looking for a job in Japan was a difficult task, I must give ASIA to JAPAN credit for guiding me along the right path and assisting me in reaching my goal. It seems unlikely that I would have been able to attain my goal without their assistance.


I remove harmful components from water such as arsenic, manganese, chromium, and others using polymer gels loaded with catalysts.

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