Che Husna Azhari
Tue, 2020-Jan-21 01:12 UTC
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Che Husna Azhari (born 8 November 1955) in Kota Bharu, Melor, Kelantan, is a prominent Malaysian writer of literature.
Ms. Che Husna received a degree from Tunku Kurshiah College, Seremban in 1973, and her A Levels from Oxford College of Further Education in 1975.
In 1979, she received a degree from Brunel University of West London in Polymer technology. In 1985, Ms. Che Husna was awarded a PhD in Response Engineering from Brunel University of West London.
Ms. Che Husna is a Professor at the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, specialising in non-metallic materials processing. She also serves as the Director of the Center for Corporate Planning and Communications at that university.
Ms. Che Husna’s writings are generally set in Kelantan, Malaysia, and her best known short stories are used as standard teaching texts in Malaysia.
Her first English anthology, ‘An Anthology of Kelantan Tales’ was published in 1992. Her latest work, ‘An English Sojourn’ is set in the United Kingdom.
She lives in Pinggiran, Putrajaya.
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