Main Program: Crossing Cultures



 
25 Oct 2018 10:15 - 11:30
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Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Born in Iran and exiled to the UK in 1979, Kamin Mohammadi found a new lease on life in bella Italia. Meanwhile, Carlo Pizzati was making his way as an Italian son-in-law in India. They come together to compare notes on the links, lessons and laughs that manifest when moving between cultures.

Lahir di Iran dan diasingkan ke Inggris pada tahun 1979, Kamin Mohammadi menemukan kesempatan baru untuk tinggal di daratan Italia. Sementara itu, Carlo Pizatti sedang berusaha menjadi menantu asal Italia bagi keluarga India. Keduanya akan membandingkan catatan penting mereka, pelajaran berharga yang didapat, dan suka duka yang dirasa dari hubungan lintas budaya sesuai pengalaman pribadinya.

Featuring

Sofija Stefanovic

Sofija Stefanovic is a Serbian-Australian writer and storyteller in New York. Her memoir, Miss Ex-Yugoslavia is a funny and dark story about immigration. She hosts This Alien Nation, a celebration of immigration. …


Carlo Pizzati

Carlo Pizzati is the author of two novels, three nonfiction books and a collection of short stories. He lives with his wife near a fishing village in India where he …


Kamin Mohammadi

Kamin Mohammadi was born in Iran in 1969 and exiled to the UK in 1979. She is an experienced journalist, travel writer and broadcaster, who has written for the British …



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