Yummmm

  This year, for the first time, the French Institute of Istanbul -in cooperation with the Embassy- organized it. It took place in Maslak at the “Mutfak Sanatları Akademisi” in an auditorium. We went on November 6 with our ACI students to participate in this activity for one morning. We went with the 10 –…

Interview with Boaz Bismuth

Boaz Bismuth has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Bar-ilan University and a Masters Degree in International Relations from Sorbonne University in Paris, a second Masters Degree in African Studies. He is the Foreign Affairs Editor and commentator of “Israel Hayom”. He was the Paris correspondent of the daily “Yedioth Ahronoth” from 1990 to…

Interview with Ethem Ozguven

Social ad has started with the rise of social and ecological problems, especially third world countries. Although it is a type of ad, the only common ground it has with the ads of private agencies is that they both try to create something interesting and attractive to public. Ethem Ozguven is a determined person who…

Republic of Cyprus

Interviewee: Peter Harrison Interviewer: Aykan Esen 1) What is your average weekday and weekend like? – How many hours do you go to school? I’m in school from 7:30 to 1:30. – How many hours of homework do you have during weekdays & weekends? I usually don’t spend more then 30 minutes on homework unless…

Africans Criticize Their Own Reasons to Accept Colonialism

Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” and V. S. Naipaul’s “A Bend in The River” both have characters which represent an inner cultural struggle between African/traditional culture and the newly introduced European culture. Two characters who are clearly dealing with this struggle of cultural identity are Nwoye (the main character Okonkwo’s son in “Things Fall Apart”)…

Interview with Hugh Pope

Cyprus 1. On Cyprus-Throughout history different countries have conquered Cyprus. We see that the land was once owned by the Ancient Greeks, then by the Italians, Ottomans, the British, Turks and currently by Cypriot Greeks and Cypriot Turks. Therefore, which one determines who should own a territory: the people who were chronologically there first (especially…