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Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer's Blog – March 2008 Archive (4)

Wolfgang Graf: A Freiburger Feingeist (Satis Shroff)

Bewegungs art performance



Wolfgang Graf: A Freiburger Feingeist (Satis Shroff)



Wolfgang Graf was born in Freiburg-Zähringen and did his schooling at the Kepler Gymnasium. Later he studied Biology and Chemistry at the Freiburger University because he thought then that it would be good to be a teacher in a school. But he didn’t teach and worked instead in the quality control department of a factory lab, which produced… Continue

Added by Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer on March 29, 2008 at 10:59am — No Comments

Dalai Lama's Realpolitik: A Policy of Appeasement (Satis Shroff)

Commentary on Tibet:



Dalai Lama’s Realpolitik: A Policy of Appeasement (Satis Shroff)




The Chinese poet Dong Guanfu writes in his blog: “We cannot win the heart of the Tibetans if we only develop their economy. If we cannot manage to understand this, then many other conflicts will follow. There’s no denying that one of the reasons of staging the Olympic Games is that we want to make money. But the greater value of… Continue

Added by Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer on March 27, 2008 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

Commentary on the Katmandu Kumari (Satis Shroff, Freiburg)

The Living Goddess Kumari:



Hush! Gods Cannot Die in Nepal (Satis Shroff)



The Kumari, who is worshipped as the Living Goddess in Katmandu, is a small girl who lives in a beautiful palace with exquisitely carved wooden windows called the Palace of the Kumari. You can recognise her on her scarlet sari with golden edges, her pagoda-formed jet black hair, which are tied neatly on top. And she wears the third eye of… Continue

Added by Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer on March 6, 2008 at 8:04am — 1 Comment

The Charms of Written English (Satis Shroff, Freiburg)

The Charms of Written English (Satis Shroff)



Words and expressions change their meanings when a language leaves its native environment and the meanings change and are lost in translation, creating embarrasing, humorous situations. Speech is a cacophony of noises, rhythms and tunes, whereas the printed page is what it is. English is a global language spoken by almost 2000 million people. Daniel Defoe defined this hybrid language as a… Continue

Added by Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer on March 3, 2008 at 3:16pm — No Comments

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