Lock-down might be relaxed, but the threat of Coronavirus isn’t over. It’s still not safe to go outside, meet friends, dine out in gathering or do things which were part of our life before March 2020. Though with online classes, a routine has been developed but many of us still struggled to pass time constructively. […]

It was the best of times yet it was the worst. Yes, teenage years are full of passion and enthusiastic aura but not for all. For some, it’s a never ending nightmare of bulling and the time when they bury their self-esteem under the criticizing remarks of the society. I will keep it short so […]

Any unconventional idea requires a lot of hard work and creativity. It needs the dedication of the pioneer person and the efforts of the people surrounding him/her. With help of social media and the strength of the project idea it can be raised to provincial or national level. The one initiative I would like to […]

Dear Adult Zujajah! Hello! I hope you are enjoying the best years of your life. I received your letter and I was so happy that you wrote to me. Your letter was full of insights and wisdom which will surely help me. Thank you for that! Now I want to share my thoughts with you. […]

Dear Teenage Zujajah, Hello! How are you doing? Well, I don’t remember how I was doing back then. I am not writing this letter to warn you what comes next or what lies ahead in future. You must be thinking what made me write to you from future. Here’s the answer. I want to tell […]

“To have another language is to possess a second soul”, says Charlemagne – former king of the Franks. Is this statement true? Does possessing two different languages indeed mean separate versions of a single person? Can learning a new language change the way you think? The answer is yes to all these questions (at least […]

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads, lives only one”. We all have heard this saying but do we really know what it means? A book and the reader develops a strong bond with each other while unveiling through the story. A book allows the […]

As we sat in Habib’s living room in the scorching June heat, I asked him how he felt about being selected for a study abroad scholarship. Shyly, he said, “I’m afraid.” Shocked with the unexpected answer, I asked him why he wasn’t excited, since the other three students were thrilled to go to Japan. Kakehashi […]

The world’s oldest existing institution of higher education was opened by a Muslim woman over 1,000 years ago.

The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a study conducted every three years to test the reading, math, and science literacy of 15-year-olds in developed nations. Unlike a standardised test, PISA does not measure a student’s ability to memorise or their ability to take a test. It measures how well students synthesise what they […]