April 1, 2021

Traffic in Pakistan: Order in chaos!

Researcher Doğan Yücel wrote about the order and rules of the traffic in Pakistan, which appears like a “chaotic mess” from the outside. The points told […]
April 1, 2021

The distress of leaving Pakistan and a surprising new address!

Gamze Çiçek, who barely managed to graduate from her university in Pakistan as she was forced to leave the country, wrote about her experiences in those […]
April 2, 2021

How did the PakTurk Schools come to the fore in the House of Lords?

Engin Yiğit, an educator who had also worked as an administrator in the PakTurk Schools, wrote about the repercussions of the schools’ achievements on the public […]
April 3, 2021

We were poisoned, but I would eat those anchovies yet again!

Ekrem Kara, a former teacher of the PakTurk Schools, wrote about one of the Turkish dishes he had missed while he was in Pakistan. He told […]
April 6, 2021

A quarter of a century lived in Pakistan on humble means and forced farewell (3)

Sadullah Bayazit, who devoted the most productive periods of his life to the education of the youth in Pakistan, wrote about the 9 years he spent […]
April 7, 2021

Parent visits with lots of adventure!

Researcher Doğan Yücel wrote about the parent visits his teacher friends carried out during their tenure in Quetta. Due to regional circumstances, such visits were sort […]
April 7, 2021

Brotherhood strengthened with Eid al-Adha after the earthquake (*)

(*) In  2006, Metin Keskin, a journalist working in Germany, had covered the humanitarian aid tour organized after the devastating October 2005 earthquake in Pakistan for […]
April 9, 2021

Interesting traffic incidents we experienced in Pakistan (1)

Educationist Sadullah Bayazit wrote about the interesting traffic incidents he and his colleagues experienced in Pakistan. We will publish the traffic incidents experienced by different people […]
April 9, 2021

Our link with Turkey and the giant dish antennas

Researcher Dogan Yucel, wrote about the communication limitations they experienced in Pakistan during the days when the smartphones were not widespread and how they had established […]