I’ll be adding the nominated posts on this page as they roll forth.Please use the comment box on this page to let me know of your nominations."I used to cut my cinematography classes and attend classes conducted in the departments of direction, screenplay writing and editing.
Or the expat entrepreneur who runs a business in Sri Lanka and has a young family that wants good medical insurance cover has a preference for private healthcare as that's what is the norm back in their native country.
Or the expat retiree who has come over on the "My Dream Home" visa programme which requires a valid medical insurance policy applicable in Sri Lanka will make a choice based on their age and medical needs.
The question of medical or health insurance for expats is one of those critical things that needs some proper attention.
To be honest, a decade ago, I didn't think too much on it because of my personal circumstances, which was essentially that I was young, healthy and not 100% sure about my plans for living in Sri Lanka.
Of course these things change over time and you learn through experience about the health system in Sri Lanka, both public and private, and that helps with making better informed decisions about medical cover and healthcare options.
I also recognize that not all expats are the same and therefore each person's circumstances and requirements may be quite different.
At the tail end of his career, he established a film school in Chennai which offers courses in cinematography, direction and acting.
Following a brief phase of poor health, Mahendra died of cardiac arrest in February 2014.
Born into a Sri Lankan Tamil household, Mahendra developed a passion towards photography and literature at a young age.