Some of us are not sure how to define bioethics. It can be a field in philosophy or biomedical sciences; it can be theoretical or applied. All of these understandings have been explored in the pages of Developing World Bioethics over the last several years. If I would suggest one of the main identities of developing world bioethics, it would be its analytical attachment with local or regional realities. Authors in this field communicate their ideas globally, departing from concrete problems. Similar to mainstream bioethics, however, developing world bioethicists are not sufficiently provocative to introduce new narrative styles in the field. We all believe that bioethics should be read not seen.