Being of fan of yoga I try to incorporate it weekly in my routine. The problem is, as many people know, most of the time that does not even happen. I started taking yoga classes in 2012 before moving to London. There, I only went to classes once in a while. In my final year… Continue reading What 30 days of yoga did for me
My room is filled with books that I have yet to read, and even so I always end up buying more. There is no such thing for me as “finishing the books I have before getting new ones.” I always stumble upon classics or newly published books that I am too intrigued to leave behind,… Continue reading My top 5 reads of 2017
Literature is a powerful factor for ones education and self-growth. It does not matter if it is fiction or non-fiction, literature has the power to bring out all kinds of emotions. It cultivates imagination, helps you form ideas, opinions, and takes you on journeys to worlds far from the physical. It is beneficial for the… Continue reading How I grew up to learn the importance of literature
In the Unreported World episode, The Cursed Twins, aired on May 9th, reporter Kiki King unmasks the taboo against twins in city of Mananjary located on the isolated east coast of Madagascar. It is a taboo that has left children abandon and mothers rejected from society for keeping them. The true origin of the taboo… Continue reading The Cursed Twins: A Review
On Wednesday I had the opportunity to visit The Guardian located at King´s Cross with the journalism society from university. There we were informed about their history as well as how they are expanding to the US and Australia. It was also interesting to know about their process and everything that goes on before the… Continue reading The Guardian Visit
The Israel and Palestine conflict has been going on since 1948 and was highly speculated in the media last year starting November due to the killing of the Hamas military leader Ahmed al-Jabari following the 8 day war. For many this is just an unresolved political conflict, for others it is the opposite, affecting thousands… Continue reading Understanding Palestine Awareness at Kingston University
The sun shining through a glass roof in the Cultural Center in São Paulo, Brazil. Taken December 27 2012. The building was built in 1901 and has been owned by the Bank of Brazil since 1923. Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil , São Paulo.
Today after the lunch time lecture by Viv Groskup I decided to finally create a blog. I liked how it turned out, but I won’t post a "real" post yet. I guess this is only an introduction. It’s already this hour and I haven’t studied…I need to now get my feature idea straight and email it… Continue reading First Post