Memories

September 17, 2021

The last thing that caught my eye was the teachers’ tears

In the last episode of his memoir, education volunteer Osman Arslanhan explained the process that led to his departure from Pakistan. Conveying the parents’ sincere feelings […]
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 […]
September 24, 2021

Interesting events we experienced while adjusting to Pakistan

Education volunteer Fatih Çapar wrote about how he and his colleagues acquainted with locals and developed their relationships in Pakistan, where he went to study at […]

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Life in Pakistan

June 27, 2021

The massive throngs and the first shopping at the Itwar Bazaar with 1001 colours

Author and writer Mehmet Karadayı wrote about the Itwar Bazaar, Islamabad’s renowned Sunday open-air market. Narrating the kaleidoscopic colours of the bazaar with the throngs of […]
July 23, 2021

For PakTurk teachers, Eid al-Adha meant …

Education volunteer Taner Koçyiğit wrote about how they spent Eid al-Adha in Pakistan. He explained what Eid meant to the PakTurk staff and what they did […]
June 18, 2021

Khairpur Mirs’ heat and a dormitory as warm as a family home

Fatih Çapar wrote about his 12 years in Pakistan, where he went to study at a university. In the first part of his memoirs, he narrated […]

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