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on September 12, 2020
A Chef’s Childhood in Iran Shaped His Cooking in the Pandemic
on September 12, 2020
A FOREST IN THE BAY AREA, CALIF. — Moments after walking into a verdant forest in San Francisco’s East Bay, the chef Hanif Sadr nibbled on the vegetation he found there.... Read full article
on August 14, 2020
The last of the Zoroastrians
on August 14, 2020
My grandfather had never been a tall man, and now he looked absurdly small, no bigger than a child. Swaddled in off-white sheets like a newborn, with just his head and the soles of his feet visible... Read full article
by Al Jazeera English on July 07, 2020
Coronavirus: Lockdown Iran | People and Power
by Al Jazeera English on July 07, 2020
When COVID-19 hit Iran earlier his year, filmmaker Jamshid Mojaddadi was working on a project about a zoo - not far from his home and office in Mashhad, a city in the northeast of the country.... Read full article
by Businessweek - Pico Iyer on July 03, 2020
A Travel Writer Who’s Seen It All Still Finds Surprise and Awe in Iran
by Businessweek - Pico Iyer on July 03, 2020
Reading and writing about Iran could not prepare Pico Iyer for the warm, modern society that greeted him.... Read full article
on June 08, 2020
Five Iranian universities among top 100 in Asia
on June 08, 2020
Mohammad-Javad Dehghani said that Times Rankings is one of the most creditable academic rankings in the world that has putting Asian universities in ranks since 2013.... Read full article
on May 31, 2020
Iran dedicates a statue (Angle of Kindness) to honor its healthcare workers
on May 31, 2020
Iran’s health minister says 10,000 doctors, nurses and other health sector workers have been infected with COVID-19, and many have died.... Read full article
on May 01, 2020
Iran's leading artist Parviz Tanavoli makes nightingale medallions to help hospitals
on May 01, 2020
Renowned artist Parviz Tanavoli, known as the father of modern Iranian sculpture, has created a series of limited-edition medallions to raise funds for beleaguered hospitals in his homeland.... Read full article
on April 15, 2020
In Iran, isolated musicians perform from rooftops
on April 15, 2020
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — On the rooftop terrace of her Tehran apartment building, 28-year-old Mojgan Hosseini’s fingers pluck the strings of her qanun, an ancient stringed instrument, bringing life to an Iranian capital stilled by the coronavirus.... Read full article
on March 02, 2020
All About Haft-Sin: The 7 ‘S’ Of Iranian New Year
on March 02, 2020
A Persian new year- or as Iranians call it, Nowruz- will not start until a Haft Sin is set up to welcome the arrival of spring. Persian culture is one of the richest ones in the world and has profoundly influenced other cultures, too. Iran is norm... Read full article