Former US President Bush is painting a portrait of which Pakistani?
We often see artists painting portraits of presidents of different countries, but recently the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush, has created portraits of 43 immigrants he encountered at one time or another.
George W. Bush has named his series “Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants”, which will be released next month.
Former United States President George W. Bush says he has been painting portraits and writing stories of the 43 refugees for the past 18 months.
Among those selected for the artwork by George W. Bush is Syed Javed Anwar, a Pakistani-American businessman and philanthropist.
Syed Javed Anwar hails from Karachi and went to the United States in 1970 to study engineering. At that time Syed Javed Anwar also had to borrow from people for his college fees and ticket money.
But over the past two decades, Syed Javed Anwar has crossed the incredible ladder of success with his tireless work.
Syed Javed Anwar was actually closer to George W. Bush’s father, Senior Bush, and was the only Pakistani to attend Bush’s funeral.
He was introduced to George W. Bush in 1995 when he was running for office in Texas, while Javed Anwar was the person who persuaded Bush Jr. to look at the US presidency.
But the reason George W. Bush added him to his list is not because of the relationship, but because of Syed Javed Anwar’s philanthropy and the services he rendered to the United States.
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