Dear readers, I give you Ekaterina Olenitskaya from Russia - a fascinating person with a fascinating story. Just follow the link:
Dear Reader, You might be asking yourself why I have decided to start this humble online publication called Grassroots, which features interviews with students at United World School of English. The answer is simple: our students represent a fascinating cross section of the world today. And I hasten to add that I don’t refer to their nationality. I refer to their personalities, cultural background, ideologies, aspirations, attitudes, passions, their understanding of happiness, relationship, hierarchy, loyalty, faith. ‘It takes all sorts’, they say. Well, we’ve had all sorts - we’ve had self-taught philosophers and free thinkers, rebels, cynics and do-gooders, couch potatoes and sports fanatics, men-about-town and wallflowers, and all kinds of ‘-ists’ – conformists, sexists, activists, opti-/pessimists, atheists, anarchists, anti-corporatists, etc., etc., etc. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to talk with all these people, and it would be inexcusable not to tap into this source of life stories. Why Grassroots? Well, I am not a professional journalist and my students are not (yet) celebrities, politicians or other opinion makers. We are just ordinary people. We are grass roots.
The link will take you to my interview with a young and rebellious Kurdish lady.
Posted 30 weeks ago
The link will take you to my interview with Vadim Mishin from Russia
Posted 31 weeks ago
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