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Isaura Xavier de Campos now on www.bgallery.co.uk


I was born in Porto, Portugal, 1947. Always interested in Arts but followed a different career  for family reasons. Taught English during 35 years in a public school for children aged 10 to 15, but at the same time attended two art schools. 221 more words

Fashion is Out....

This is no longer a trend – it is now a lifestyle that is too comfortable, for consumers of all ages, for it to go away anytime soon,” he said.

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In The News

Book Review: Letters Never Sent

At the beginning of March, I had the privilege of meeting Ruth van Reken at the FIGT conference. As a TCK, hers was a name I had heard frequently, but until the conference I don’t think I actually believed that she was a real person. 344 more words

Help | Yes, No, or Maybe?

We have several social issues in today’s society, but one sticks out more than the rest.

People won’t ask for help.

I don’t understand why… well… I may have an understanding. 142 more words

World Events

Reality check!

The history of India begins with evidence of human activity of Anatomically modern humans, as long as 75,000 years ago, or with earlier hominids including Homo erectus from about 500,000 years ago. 258 more words


In the eye of the beholder

Lately I have been trying to think about compliments that I give my children. I have read articles and watched opinion pieces about the ‘damage’ that could be done to a child by calling them beautiful. 340 more words

Ethnic Inspirational Wednesday.

Betty Press. 

This photographer offers a tender insight on how different cultures live around the world. Established in Africa for a few years, she managed to contact humanitarian associations and captured the lifestyles of ethnicities that trusted her. 155 more words