Part 'Choose Your Own Adventure' and part a deluge of contemporary artwork, Lahore's first-ever Biennale was truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
'An American Family' is literally one of the few Advanced Reader Copies or ARCs that I finished reading within days of receiving it via NetGalley. I was curious to read the story of Khizr Khan. He is the Pakistani-American man who stood proudly at the Democratic National Convention in 2016 to take Donald Trump to… Continue reading Book Review: An American Family by Khizr Khan
It was supposed to a quick stop. In and out. A check-in. Basically a #keepingupwiththeKhans in lieu of the Joneses. Plus, we didn't have any other plans this Saturday night. We trooped into Lahore Eat with minimal expectations and maxing out on comfy shoes. To our collective surprise, the open-air stadium ground was well-kept, there… Continue reading City Blog: Joie de Vivre & Lahore Eat
A few years back I set upon reading Abdul Sattar Edhi's autobiography, A Mirror to the Blind*, with my highlighter and black pen in hand. As a Pakistani who has witnessed the extent of Edhi's humanitarian efforts in action, from fast-responding ambulances to the ever-present cradles at the donation centres, I thought there was little… Continue reading Taking a page from Edhi’s Book
If you are a Millennial Asian, the newspapers think you are pretty pathetic. Looking at the numbers, you have earned more degrees than anyone else in your family, are up to your neck in education debt, you are chronically under-employed and will stay so for the foreseeable future. Yes. Under-employed. Investopedia defines this phenomenon like… Continue reading Meet the Millennial Asian: Over-educated + Under-employed
Co-Working Spaces need to be More than Desks Listen to the Podcast on Soundcloud or iTunes. Don't forget to rate the podcast on iTunes! I pick up where I left off on the topic of Co-working Spaces in Lahore. I talk about one of new spaces I visited upon invitation in April, Forrun Office,… Continue reading More than Desks: Co-Working Spaces in Lahore
With a precious few minutes remaining on the battery, I was quickly scanning my timeline and saw Telenor's announcement about launching S7 with VR Gear in Pakistan. Not only do you get the gear for free if you are Telenor customer, you will get an opportunity to try out the Comoyo app. Comoyo? I hadn't heard of… Continue reading Comoyo: The New OTT Messaging App on the Block?
Do we need Values-based curriculum when we can modify Faith-based curriculum ? Every resource I have come upon during my research still quotes the 'Golden Rule',which for the unfamiliar is 'Do unto others as you want others to do unto you', and has it's origin linked to one of the major world religions (Christianity). Intuitively, I… Continue reading Are we reinventing the wheel with Values-based Education?