The acclaimed international author Dr. Bahiyyih Nakhjavani will be the special guest at the upcoming fundraising dinner and talk on social issues of migration which will take place next Wednesday 17th May at Fego Caffe, an Italian restaurant on St. John’s Wood High Street, London. Two charities, Persia Educational Foundation and Action for Refugees in … More Dr. Bahiyyih Nakhjavani is the guest speaker at the Dinner and Discourse event next Wednesday
by Anastasia Maniglio Close your eyes for a moment. Just imagine the desert sand that flows in your hands, the houses in the mountains overlooking the sea, the snow, the scorching sun, the roast, the wind filling the clothes, the dance of the veils, the colors of spices, the mystical music, the singing of the muezzin, … More Why do I go to Iran?
by Anastasia Maniglio She is a medical student, he is a journalist for Bakhtar Emrouz newspaper: Shahrzad and Farhad fall in love with each other and live their romantic story in the corrupted time of pre-revolution Iran. The historical series, available online also, is written by Hassan Fathi and Naghmeh Samini, directed by Hassan Fathi. … More Shahrzad, new Iranian TV series
by Anastasia Maniglio Last summer I’ve gone to Hormuz, an Iran’s island, and met some fishermen who helped me to discover it and its history. Before going there, I seeked information on the internet, where I found the most interesting things to do in Iran. The Strait of Hormuz, a sea loch 37 miles long … More Discovering Hormuz, an interesting journey