Aquesta revista trimestral de pensament cristià, amb trenta anys de vida, és editada pel Seminari del Poble de Déu. Divulga la reflexió sobre temes relacionats amb l'Església i l'Evangeli des d'una perspectiva vivencial que fomenta els aspectes humanístics i antropològics de la fe.
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Highlights of the issue:
• Opening essay plus a take on what Onam has come to represent by N S Madhavan
• Special Onam recipes by Mathew, Chef with the Taj Group.
• Vidya Balan on what it means to be a top Bollywood star for a girl from Palakkad.
• Satire by famous Malayalam commentator and writer Paul Zacharia
• Article by Shibhulal, CEO Infosys, on the Malayalee’s entrepreneur spirit.
• Opinion piece by Ajit Balakrishnan, adman and founder of Rediff, on how Malayalees have settled down and done well in all parts of the country.
• Bollywood filmmaker Bejoy Nambiar (Shaitan) on hundreds of talented Malayalees in the entertainment industry.
WHAT IS JAPAN? WHAT IS JAPANESE PEOPLE?
The Nippon Monument is the latest series of works by Japanese photographer Terutaka Hoashi, composed of 103 photographs of monuments that symbolize the history of Japan and the spirit of Japanese people.
Hoashi was born in Hsinking, Manchukuo (now Changchun, China) in 1944. He started his career as commercial photographer and received a number of awards: Clio Award, China International poster Biennial, Japan Advertising Photographer's Association Award etc. He is also selected for "the 200 Professional Photographers Exhivision" under the patronage of Fujifilm in 2007.
Taking monumental statues, architects and natures as his subject, Hoashi tried to spin a tale of Japanese history from mythical ancient times to present age.
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