In these troubling times we currently live in, affecting almost all segments of the society, Istanbul has swiftly entered the new arts season, proving Lang’s statement in a way.
The International “Global Climate Action Summit” was organized on Sept. 12-15 in San Francisco. Public administrations, businesspeople and non-governmental organization representatives who are signatories of the Paris Climate Agreement came together.
Mustafa Koç, the late Turkish businessman who we lost too soon, was a leading advocate of the United Nations’ “HeForShe” initiative, which aims to get the support of men for gender equality.
Dubbed as “green gold” in the eastern province of Gaziantep, the pistachio (“Antep pistachio”) is a strategic product for Turkey, along with the hazelnut.
United States President Donald Trump has declared that Washington has signed the most extensive trade deal with Mexico.
Looking to social media, it is easy to see how millions were so fond of economist professor Güngör Uras, who lost his life on Aug. 20.
Ara Güler celebrated his 90th birthday last week with the opening of a museum that carries his name.
While looking forward to the opening of the Troy Museum, we have visited Tevfikiye village in Çanakkale, just next to the Troy excavation site, with OPET board member Nurten Öztürk.
I was invited by Hande Arslanalp, the founder of the İzmir-based İtaltur, to attend the meeting of a newly established tourism platform.