Adel Heine

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Liquid Park opens in Sahel

Some parts tempt you to test your skill to pass without losing your footing and fall in the water. Others are specifically designed to make the biggest splash you can.

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Artistic simplicity

As a designer and illustrator it frustrated me that the studios spend so much money producing a movie, yet always go for the cheap shot when it comes to advertising.

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Women of Egypt

They make up over half the population of Egypt. Their opinions are as diverse as their locations. They go to school. They work, either in a job or by taking care of their families. They are fierce in their beliefs. They differ in background and in levels of education. They proudly share one thing – they are the women of Egypt.

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A Dark Tale

They dance and surge, emotions borne high for all to see, passionate and invigorated by those that surround them. Their power is most obvious when it is dark, their faces lit up by fireworks or fires

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Healing course begins

Unfortunately some people will not admit that the talent of a practitioner lies in knowing the knowledge of how to become such a conduit – ego does not exist in the practice.

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View of Egypt: Hussein Shaaban

Photography in Egypt is often seen as a means to a commercial end, disregarding the fact the people behind the camera are often artists. This is Egypt, as seen by talented photographers.

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Doula, the woman who serves

The Greek word doula literally means ‘a woman who serves’. It is an accurate description of what a Doula does; she assists a woman mentally, emotionally and physically through the process of labour and birth.

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Women of Egypt

Sara is a 24 year old lawyer and lives in Shobra. Wahida Ragab Ibrahim is a 44 year old housewife and lives in Shobra El-Kheima. We asked them how the revolution affected them and what their hopes for the future are.

Two Egyptian women – two opinions.

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Outlandish

I have always enjoyed talking to the drivers of the ubiquitous Cairo taxis, my broken Arabic and their often limited use of English make for an easier exchange than expected. Trying to understand, as opposed to listening to words, can suddenly go a long way, even if the traffic outside the windows is proving the opposite.

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Women in Colour

The new series of paintings by Mariam Mourad Abdelmesih is a tribute to the strength of Egyptian women

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Participatory learning in Abu Sir

Changing rural Egypt with a smelly bucket

Piles of straw, buckets of water, pitchforks of manure and more where stacked on top of each other to build a large compost heap. Galabeya’s and Uggs intermingled without prejudice in this Composting Workshop hosted by Nawaya – sowing the seed of true sustainability.

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Women of Egypt: Mariam and Sarah Nour Eddin

They make up over half the population of Egypt. Their opinions are as diverse as their locations. They go to school. They work, either in a job or by taking care of their families. They are fierce in their beliefs. They differ in background and in levels of education. They proudly share one thing – they are the women of Egypt.

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A selection of Boho's range

Skulls, buddhas and gargoyles

I decided on a few designs and worked closely with a sculptor to produce silicon moulds that allowed me to create different and detailed candles. I tried a variety of colours and not long after that the brightly coloured Buddha candles came out.

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Vannier and Trujillo during the training of volunteers.

“Hypnosis: revolution of the mind”

People who are experiencing trauma or who are in shock are per definition in a state of trance. This means they are in a suggestible state and the words that are spoken to them will have a deep and long lasting effect. When dealing with people in an emergency situation the way they are addressed is of enormous importance.

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