Culture break: “A Few Cubic Meters of Love”

“A Few Cubic Meters of Love” is a drama on migration and love directed and produced by Afghan brothers Jamshid Mahmudi and Navid Mahmudi who have lived in Iran for the past 30 years. See article from The Other Iran: “A Few Cubic Meters of Love”.

Culture allows us to understand each other better. And if we understand each other better in our soul, it is easier to overcome the economic and political barriers that today separate us. But first we have to understand that our neighbour is, in the end, just like us, with the same problems, the same questions.

Adapted from Paulo Coelho

 

Weekend leisure: The Bollywood Bicycle Boogie

Weekend leisure: The Bollywood Bicycle Boogie Take a break. It's the weekend. Get your head out of that fat book and come with Navdeep Asija and me to the movies in India, the Bollywood Bicycle Boogie. The idea behind World Streets has from the beginning been to seek out and share universal lessons, from specific times and different places but which, with a bit of thought, can open up our eyes, ears and hearts to many things, including with a bit of luck to ourselves and our own limitations … Read More

via World Streets: A New Mobility Agenda