It is rightly said that photography is a record of one’s living, for anyone who really sees. As a powerful medium of expression and communications, it offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution.
The world was already reeling under issues such as inequality, exploitation, bigotry, and racism when the novel coronavirus came along with a new set of challenges some seven months ago.
The novel coronavirus pandemic and resultant lockdowns have been a test of people’s mental as well as physical strength. Experts want people to grow their immunity stronger to stave off the virus.
Dr Victor Tvircun is a teacher, historian, writer and researcher. A long-time diplomat, the Moldovan ambassador to Qatar sees diplomacy as the art of the possible, multiplied by experience, knowledge and intuition.
Setting world records or achieving something extraordinary is a way for many people to challenge themselves and show just how far they can go to achieve something.
The coronavirus pandemic has been pushing people to learn how to stay positive during uncertain times. Experts have been coming up with novel and new suggestions for people to maintain a positive attitude during these challenging conditions.
“I believe in change. I believe that for an artist to grow, for him to be able to introduce new ideas and design concepts, he must continuously adapt to change. I also have a fascination for recycling old and used materials and transforming them into something fresh and new.”
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