Guests from Lahore International Association in TGD
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Labels: Thatta Kedona
Technology and Culture
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Norbert R.O. Pintsch
What has technology to do with culture? a question asked by many professional technology fans. A more exact consideration will however reveal, that culture is the larger dimension and technology is just a part of it. In different eras, some areas have been more influencial and in others less. This way of considering things in itself testifies to a technical way of looking at things. Technical way of thinking is characterized by representation in a manner, the roots of which are to be found in mathematical calculations. There, where abstract thought cannot be explained due to missing power of imagination, we make use of drawings in order to achieve clarity in understanding. It probably never happens that a development process runs as a straight line, rather it is more like a chaotic structure in which now and then a certain regularity becomes visible, which is lost once again after a certain period of time to once again appear as a logical pattern at a later time (see illustration below).Read more »
Friday, March 21, 2014
Special Guests Mr and Mrs Froehlich from Germany
Monika Kuppler and Her Work
Monday, March 17, 2014
Volunteers are doing wonderful job passing skills to those who need it. It is like “repaying what I have been bestowed upon” said one of the volunteers who visited Thatta Ghulamka Dheroka.
Monika Kuppler (on the left in top image) has been passing along this the best way. She is very energetic and keen – working hard with local girls and women in Women’s Art Center Monika. Monika is here for the fourth time. She conducts pottery workshop with groups of women and starts every time where she had left the previous time. That has resulted in stream of new products and enhanced skills.
What is more, once she had brought her daughter Sophie Kuppler - another very bright student and volunteer who conducted English language classes). She has also conducted another workshop with paper.
Special Training - Sabine and Halima at WAC
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Even birds love it when cool fresh spring air ruffles them up
Monday, March 10, 2014
Education Project -- Thatta Kedona Summer Camp
Monday, March 3, 2014
Thatta Kedona Annual Summer School is being held for two weeks in Bhurban (1-14 May 2005) and one week in Khanspur (15-22 May 2005). Marleen Hamid, Volunteer Teacher from Germany is teaching spoken English (plus basic arithmetic and calculations) to qualify 5 TGD women from WAC. This is one of the annual features for the workers of WAC. Village women are successfully working and learning in WAC since 1993 where dedicated volunteers come and teach. This year following women are attending the summer camp:Read more »