As a individual, who has grown up in a household enriched with two completely juxtaposing cultures, and also immersed in my own resident culture, the discussion of hybridity and identity is one which I feel resonates with my own personal experiences. The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri, a novel which is precisely imbued with the intricacies and adversities … More The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri
Photographic memories of our recent trip to Lyon. … More Lyon, France
One Night, Markovitch, a story about the eternal themes of love, yearning, survival and resistance, is a passage into the multifaceted portraits of human existence. The narrative unfolds, following our two main protagonists, Yaacov Markovitch and Zee Feinberg– the best of friends who couldn’t possibly be more unlikely-matched counterparts. The burly Zeev, with his animated moustache … More One Night, Markovitch by Ayelet Gundar- Goshen
This week I turned 21 (say what!!) and for my birthday my family arranged a trip to Lisbon. It was my first time in Portugal and I have to say, as far as first impressions go, its charm has definitely captured my heart. We spent the first in Portugal on a day trip to … More Celebrating my 21st in Lisboa
Photographic documentation of our recent trip to the pearl of the French Alps, Annecy. … More Annecy, France
Photographic documentation of our recent trip to Berlin- a take on the infusion of both the new and the old. … More Berlin, Germany
Chers amis Africains, Chers victimes du monde capitaliste, L’Europe n’a pas le bonheur dont vous cherchez. Je sait ce que vous pensez : « Ha c’est facile a dire ceci lorsqu’on habite en Europe. Elle ne veut pas partager l’argent et la richesse qu’elle gagne là-bas ». Mais je vous jure, ceci n’est pas la vérité. Je … More Lettre ouverte aux ‘immigrés’ Africains noirs: l’Europe n’a pas le bonheur dont vous cherchez.