Part I of tips aimed to guide diaspora in Maekel Ketema – [the neighborhood] in the African city that never sleeps.
Meanwhile everyone else slept through it…
“I Swear on My Mother’s Tongue” is a collection of writing about the frustrations of acquiring a new tongue, or in this context the parent’s first language, often a dilemma for immigrant children residing outside of his|her family’s native country. 31 questions introduces the series and affirms to the diaspora that their frustration is not in vain.
Anecdotes of cultural clashes in Asmara and coming to my senses after a series of less pleasant encounters with Asmarinos.
Virgin Mary is remembered today as the mother of Jesus Christ – a woman with powers beholden in her to conceive him by air – and a semblance of her whether on a chain or in a photo can be found in the homes of many Christians.
Getting rid of flies on the first night of a two-day stay in Tessenei was what I needed to clear my head and accept tomorrow’s blessings.