Profile picture of Kiss From The World
Profile picture of davide puzzo
Profile picture of Sara Alexis
Profile picture of Meg Stivison
Profile picture of Keith Kellett
Profile picture of Heather Allen
Profile picture of Ali
Profile picture of Kris Frostad
Profile picture of Tracy A. Burns
Profile picture of Neha Singh
Profile picture of Maria Yates
Profile picture of Erika Alc
Profile picture of Michael Besley
Profile picture of Akanksha Singh
Profile picture of Marie
Profile picture of Gregory George
Profile picture of Alina Vlad
Profile picture of MissGuide
Profile picture of Chloe Miller
Profile picture of Akshay Koranne
Profile picture of Jasmine Chopra

Category: iPeople


Parmigiano Reggiano: The King of Cheeses – Part I

Igino Morini: “I’m a member of the Parmigiano Reggiano Consortium. Parmigiano Reggiano is a PDO product which means that the cheese is produced in a specific...


Live the experience of a reporter. Leave with US

Reporter’s Life: the world of a reporter that’s open to everyone The world. If you want to see more than what books can show you and you want to live it and feel...


The wind in my sails: my life at sea

“My name is Saverio Monina. In 1965, I set foot on a sailing boat for the first time. It was an Alpa S, a three and a half metre centreboard that was ready to...


Parmigiano Reggiano: The King of Cheeses – Part IV

“I’m Emilio Barbieri, chef and owner of restaurant Strada Facendo. My family owned a dairy in Salvaterra. From a family of cheese makers you couldn’t expect...


Parmigiano Reggiano: The King of Cheeses – Part III

Fabrizio Giacobazzi: “The cheese curds must settle at the bottom of the cauldron to firm up. Once the wheel has been extracted, we wrap it in cheesecloth and let it...


Parmigiano Reggiano: The King of Cheeses – Part II

Fabrizio Giacobazzi: “The cooperative includes 21 dairy farmers, with a production of 36 cheese wheels every day. The milk from the evening milking is left to rest...


The Italian Revolution

In many countries across the world, great changes are happening. From America to Europe, and from Africa to the Middle East, people are taking to the streets and calling...


Mozambique: the untouched Bazaruto archipelago

Bazaruto Archipelago.


Thapong: Botswana’s finest visual artists – Part II

Zachanah: “I manufacture indigenous instruments of Botswana like the marimba, the segaba, setinkane, djembe drums, timbila, and several types of shakers. The...


Thapong: Botswana’s finest visual artists – Part I

Reginal: “I’m the coordinator of Thapong Visual Arts Centre, the most creative art center in Botswana. We bring together artists to work and collaborate and to...

Skip to toolbar