Born and brought up a Buddhist in rural Sri Lanka, then Ceylon, K.W. Ranatunga had the benefit of a good education and support of his teachers throughout his formative years, from the village school, through the secondary school to the University of Ceylon. Winning a scholarship, he then proceeded to travel to Bristol University in the UK in 1966 for postgraduate studies and returned as a married man to begin his career as a University Academic in Colombo. However, within five years and with support from his postgraduate supervisor, he returned to Bristol University and worked in the Physiology Department, and also raised a family.
Now retired and still living in Bristol, he has decided to write this account of his journey and the trials he faced as well as the successes he ultimately achieved.
|Author:||K. W. Ranatunga|
|Publication Date:||2nd July 2019|
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