Month: June 2015

Whispering Taste

not forgotten, never forgotten, misplaced in childhood toys, tastes, memories, dreams, accidently invoked a spell woven as my mouth waters, throat swallows the sweet taste of a thin wafer, spread with cream comes to rest on my tongue like a… Read More ›

A desperate thirst

By Soe Zeya Tun for Reuters This shot is of a group of Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants from a boat carrying 734 people rescued off Myanmar’s southern coast last week. Those on board had been at sea for more than… Read More ›

Street Carnival project brings minority cultures to cities across Egypt

The brainchild of Alexandria-based El-Madina foundation, Street Carnival is a street-theatre initiatives that aims to promote diversity and break stereotypes Street Carnival, a street theatre initiative that seeks to showcase marginalised and minority cultures, recently concluded its second round of… Read More ›