Funeral of the actor

All we need to do is say the word “funeral” and within microseconds, you have an image in your mind of what a funeral looks like. This mental image comes from many sources: the geographical place, culture and society in which we live; our faith; our life experience. Obviously then, a funeral service in Borneo would look very different from ... Read More »

Singers in Dubai

Once a small fishing village in the Arabian Gulf, Dubai shares the spotlight with some of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. One of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, the city is home to more than 200 nationalities and offers an unforgettable experience to all visitors. Whether it is by the banks of the Creek, ... Read More »

Actor plastic surgery

Plastic surgery is broad surgical subspecialty that, unlike other surgical specialties, isn’t confined to a single organ system. As a result, it is a technically demanding and naturally creative field that is constantly changing and re-inventing itself. Plastic surgeons treat pathologies that range from congenital anomalies to cancer, trauma and degenerative or autoimmune conditions. Additionally, plastic surgeons are inherent team ... Read More »

Appreciation of the old actor

An actor is a professional performer who portrays a character in a film, television show, play, or other form of entertainment. Actors use their talents to bring characters to life and create an emotional connection with their audience. They work with directors, writers, and other performers to develop and refine their performances. Actors may work in a variety of settings, ... Read More »

Kate Middleton Rocks Fiery Red

Kate Middleton let hair down this afternoon as she chatted to Korean politicians alongside Prince William at Buckingham Palace. The Princess of Wales, 41,  slipped off her £3,000 caped red coat from Catherine Walker to show off another coat from the same designer as she joined Prince William, King Charles and Queen Camilla to meet the president and First Lady of ... Read More »

Omid a Successful example of a second generation raised overseas

It is a well known fact that immigrants trying to start over in a new country face many obstacles. However, the many challenges faced by children born to immigrant parents are rarely discussed in the public sphere or in academic circles. In particular, second-generation immigrants struggle with unique difficulties like cultural dissonance, feelings of isolation, and identity crises. In this ... Read More »

Khanlari’s plan for Sepah Danesh

Parviz Natel Khanlari was born in March 1292. His grandfather, Mirza Ahmad Mazandarani, had a civil service in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was nicknamed “Khanlar Khan” and “Itsam al-Molk”. After studying in Saint Louis schools, American schools, and Tharwat schools, he went to Dar al-Funun and studied literature at the suggestion of Professor Badiul Zaman Farozanfar. He received ... Read More »

Former goalkeeper in birthday party

Being a goalkeeper is a very special job, and it’s certainly not for everyone. The sense of isolation, solitude, individual responsibility, and sheer physicality inherent to being a soccer goalkeeper makes this a pretty unique position. But there’s an art to it. A huge range of different skills and attributes are needed to become a good goalkeeper. Some may come ... Read More »

Tourist in Istanbul

Istanbul that is historically known as Constantinople and Byzantium, is the most popular city in Türkiye and the country’s economic, cultural and historic center. This is one of the greatest cities in the world where you can see a modern western city combined with a traditional eastern city. Istanbul is the only city in the world that straddles two continents: ... Read More »

The best Armenian sandwiches

For decades, Armenian immigrant food in Los Angeles was the hospitable shop skewering varieties of kebab, charring lahmadjoon in a brick oven or slicing shawarma onto pita bread, sumac and roasted garlic puncturing the air, streaming from the vertical rotisserie out to the sidewalks.When a genocide and political turmoils forced millions of Armenians out of their homeland, their culinary heritage ... Read More »