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A Street in Cairo, into Russian

A Street in Cairo, into Russian

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid, President, Asia Journalists Assoicaiation CAIRO: Next month, Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku, will host the signing ceremony of the poetic anthology “A Street in Cairo” by Ashraf Aboul-Yazid. The anthology, translated by the Azerbaijani poet Eldar Akhadov into Russian, is published in the Silk Road Literature Series. The book is a selection of several […]

Korean Ambassador to Egypt dances to Nubian rhythms

Korean Ambassador to Egypt dances to Nubian rhythms

Ambassador Hong Jin-wook By Aya Medhat Korean Culture Promotion Ambassador at the Korean embassy CAIRO: South Korean Ambassador to Egypt Hong Jin-wook has continued to show his love and support for Egypt, this time in the Nubian way, during his recent visit to Aswan. The ambassador fell in love with the Nubian culture and many […]

One hundred years after his death, Russian Poet Nikolai Gumilev resumes his travels

One hundred years after his death, Russian Poet Nikolai Gumilev resumes his travels

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Ashraf Dali) Asia Journalist Association President CAIRO: Nikolai Gumilev (April 15, 1886 – August 26, 1921) was an influential Russian poet, literary critic, traveler, and military officer. He was a cofounder of the Acheist Movement in Russian poetry. He was the husband of the well-known Russian poetess and the father of researcher, […]

Exhibition dedicated to Russian Poet and Traveler Nikolay Gumilev opens in Cairo

Exhibition dedicated to Russian Poet and Traveler Nikolay Gumilev opens in Cairo

During the opening ceremony By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President of Asia Journalists Association CAIRO: Three months ago in Istanbul, amidst of the activities of the Eurasian Literary Festival, I had a real opportunity to approach a distinguished poet and an active cultural figure, describing her as an organic intellectual, who carries a concern beyond writing to […]

Egyptian Korean boost for ties following summit in Cairo

Egyptian Korean boost for ties following summit in Cairo

By AsiaN Correspondent, Cairo CAIRO: Egypt and South Korea have over the recent few years held several meetings, including exchange of visits by presidents, which can promise a major qualitative leap in relations between the two countries. On Wednesday, Egypt welcomed President Moon Jae-in of South Korea. It was the first visit by a South […]

Travelogue Yelena Y. Dimitriyevitch’s Letters from Egypt published in Arabic

Travelogue Yelena Y. Dimitriyevitch’s Letters from Egypt published in Arabic

The book cover CAIRO: A short travelogue of the Serbian writer Yelena Y. Dimitriyevitch (1862-1945) “Letters from Egypt” has been published in Arabic in the edition of the publishing edition Literature of the Silk Road (Silk Road Literature). The book was conceived as a trilingual edition, Arabic, Serbian and English. The translator of the travelogue […]

Egypt 2021: The Mummies are back!

Egypt 2021: The Mummies are back!

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid AJA President CAIRO: Two great events marked 2021 in Egypt, followed by hundreds of millions around the world. Thanks to ancient Egyptians, both events were not related to wars and terrorism, as was usually expected in this hot Middle East region for the last decade. The first event started with the royals […]

Fake News & the Future of Journalism: Al Jazeera Channel – a case study

Fake News & the Future of Journalism:  Al Jazeera Channel – a case study

  Ashraf Aboul-Yazid Dali, Egypt President, Asia Journalists Association President, The Silk Road Literature Series CAIRO: This year’s World Journalists Conference (WJC 2020), held online due to travel restrictions imposed by COVID-19, was a good opportunity to highlight how fake news not only meant posting, publishing or broadcasting fake news, misinformation and disinformation, but also […]

Satanic Viruses

Satanic Viruses

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President of Asia Journalists Association (AJA) CAIRO: As the whole world is combating coronavirus, the destructive virus of modern times, Egyptians, both authorities and people, are persuading themselves that they are in fact fighting more than that one specific virus! The first virus the Egyptian government faces – in its long war […]

Kindergartens in Egypt

Kindergartens in Egypt

Education is compulsory in Egypt from age 6-14; however, there are many children who do not attend school at all. In theory, Egyptian children have access to education from as early as age four, when they enroll in pre-school and kindergarten. The Ministry of Education stipulates that no child under four may enroll in a […]

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