Dr. Ulas Basar Gezgin, PhD who teaches economics at the Vietnam campus of an Australian university and who composes regular columns for a Turkish newspaper on Asia Pacific region was born at Istanbul in 1978. After Darussafaka High School, he earned B.A. degree, 2000, and M.A. degree, 2002, from Bosphorus University. After his training in psychology, he worked at Thailand as a science teacher. He has received his PhD degree in cognitive sciences at Informatics Institute, METU, Sept. 2003 - May 2006, by his dissertation entitled Relationship of Bodily Communication with Cognitive and Personality Variables. He has also pursued another PhD degree in anthropology, Dissertation title: That Was When I realized I was Georgian!: The Imagined Renationalizating of Georgians and Republican and Post-Republican Responses to New Georgian Nationalisms, at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at University of Canterbury, New Zealand as a researcher awarded with Postgraduate Scholarship. He did not complete it. After 2 years working as a research assistant at Bosphorus University, 2000-2002, he has taught courses on psychology, anthropology, linguistics and cognitive sciences at various universities. His recent works can be summarized under the field of Asian studies. His first published book is the poetry-in-prose book Eagle or Sun? which he had translated from Spanish. Octavio Paz, Istanbul: Virtuel Yayinlari, 2000. In the same year, his stories were awarded Genclik Kitabevi Award and published as a book. The titles of and information about his 14 books, 5 books and 9 e-books in the genres of poetry, English and Turkish, opera libretto, academic textbook, collection of articles, essays, stories, translated poetry etc., published and his other works are provided below.