IT IS A wet evening deep in the Amazon rainforest when members of the Koreguaje, a tribe of indigenous Colombians, line up to receive brews of ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic potion made from vines.
In her popular novel, Convenience Store Woman, Japanese author Sayaka Murata tells the story of Keiko Furukura, a worker at an unnamed convenience store who is struggling to find a place in a
As the Asr prayer comes to an end, Andorkillah Shahi Mosque in Chattogram develops a festive mood during Ramadan and the junior imams get busy preparing iftar for more than 4,000 fasting Muslims.
Agencies- The Sudanese plastic artist, sculptor, Awad Issa Awad Omar, has presented the spirit dominating among the revolutionists by sculptor on a tree trunk, expressing the cohesion, tight hold
The first ever Asia Africa Film Festival was held at Queen’s Head in Kemang, South Jakarta, on April 24-28. The festival is planned to be an annual event and this year all the screenings
CSUN’s Interdisciplinary Studies of Africa minor’s program organized the eighth annual African Studies Symposium at the Grand Salon on Tuesday where its theme was “Wakanda Forever: Reflecting on
March 27, 2019 The AIA has awarded its latest Site Preservation Grant to co-directors, Pearce Paul Creasman, Associate Professor in the College of Science at the University of Arizona and Meghan
African cultural heritage is under threat and we are gradually losing our identity as a people. This is because we are failing to pay attention to the little details that represent our
A triple helping of cultural events has been lined up in Saudi Arabia as part of a range of Sharqiah season activities. The Kingdom’s General Authority for Culture (GAC) will participate in
Sudanese all girl band Salute Yal Bannot, which highlighted causes of women, performed at Abdulhussain Abdulredha Theater in Kuwait on Sunday. The band, consisting of seven singers and four