Exiled in Bangladesh, Rohingya culture shows signs of a revival


KUTUPALONG REFUGEE CAMP, Bangladesh — Chain-smoking singer Gudar Mia, who recently turned 80 in a refugee camp in Bangladesh, lit another cigarette, closed his eyes, and crooned the opening words of a Rohingya folk song. “Sorry, my throat is not good,” he said, taking a puff as he sat cross-legged in the home of his…

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