Beiträge mit Schlagwörtern: Amharic

If you were president right now, what would you change? (Ethiopia)

Bethel Solomon, 13, Student at Andinet International School English: If I were president of my country Ethiopia right now, at this moment, I would want, given the situation in our country right now, the ethnic politics going on and the

If you were president right now, what would you change? (Ethiopia)

Bethel Solomon, 13, Student at Andinet International School English: If I were president of my country Ethiopia right now, at this moment, I would want, given the situation in our country right now, the ethnic politics going on and the

What is your job and what do you like about it? (Ethiopia)

Metasebia Tesfaye, 37, Kingdom Come International Church Administrator and Journalist English: I work for the Kingdom Come International Church and my specific job is that I’m the administrator of the church and at the same time I’m a minister, I

What is your job and what do you like about it? (Ethiopia)

Metasebia Tesfaye, 37, Kingdom Come International Church Administrator and Journalist English: I work for the Kingdom Come International Church and my specific job is that I’m the administrator of the church and at the same time I’m a minister, I

Who is the most influential person in your life? (Ethiopia)

Ermias Gebreyes, 49, Head Language Department of the Goethe-Institut Addis Ababa English: The most influential person in my life was Frantz Fanon. The French-Martinique writer and revolutionary had written extensively on blackness and the place of the black man in

Who is the most influential person in your life? (Ethiopia)

Ermias Gebreyes, 49, Head Language Department of the Goethe-Institut Addis Ababa English: The most influential person in my life was Frantz Fanon. The French-Martinique writer and revolutionary had written extensively on blackness and the place of the black man in

When was the last time you felt proud? (Ethiopia)

Yonatan Girma, librarian and webmaster at the Goethe-Institute in Addis Ababa English: I felt very proud when I was watching the live broadcast of last Saturday’s demonstration at Meskel Square in Addis Abeba. The fact that so many people went

When was the last time you felt proud? (Ethiopia)

Yonatan Girma, librarian and webmaster at the Goethe-Institute in Addis Ababa English: I felt very proud when I was watching the live broadcast of last Saturday’s demonstration at Meskel Square in Addis Abeba. The fact that so many people went

Amharic: Gursha

English: A gursha is a very respectful and affectionate custom among friends or family members in Ethiopia that is performed during a meal. When eating injera, a person uses his or her right hand to strip off a piece, wraps

Amharic: Gursha

English: A gursha is a very respectful and affectionate custom among friends or family members in Ethiopia that is performed during a meal. When eating injera, a person uses his or her right hand to strip off a piece, wraps