I do have a mission in Iran, for those that do not know or only like to assume to know. In fact, I have a few goals while I’m here: I keep busy on all of them. One goal of mine is to see Iran’s ‘Economy of Resistance’ grow stronger, developing and expanding as much… Continue reading Iran’s Incredible Medical Advancements: by Antonia Mosqueda
This time of year in Iran there is a saying, due to the incredibly fluctuating weather, and that is “Winter and Spring are fighting (جنگ بین زمستان و بهار )”–so my husband tells me. Winter is on its way out, taking with it all the snow and cold; Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which invites… Continue reading As Winter Combats Spring, Exhibitions are all the Hype: by Antonia Mosqueda
Little do people know, pumpkin pie can save your life; especially, if you’re itching for some cash and a quick honest way to make it; and, also, if you are on a tight budget and enjoy healthy vitamin-packed, affordable foods. You can make a few pumpkin pies straight up off a few dollars if… Continue reading Annie’s extreme Pumpkin Pie adventure and recipe: by Antonia Mosqueda
Last week (when the western media claimed things were so crazy in Iran) Mohsen and I visited with some shop and restaurant owners for several reasons: one, of course, to give them business (an economy does not thrive w/o supporting local businesses); secondly, to ask them how business was actually going; next, to talk about… Continue reading Western Media Exaggerates Rise of overall Food prices in Iran
I have been away from the blog-o-sphere for quite some time. An emergency came up that prompted a good Iranian doctor to schedule me for a much-needed surgery. In that time of waiting and recovering, I was nervous and scared—as any human would be when faced with being opened up. The surgery was ultimately… Continue reading Iranians save American lives: Americans kill, deport and jail Iranians!
Faulty information alert on an Iranian Leader published in The Independent, with the following misleading title: “Iran’s Supreme Leader claims gender equality is ‘Zionist plot’ aiming to corrupt role of women in society.”‘ I don’t often defend world leaders, but when I do it is because I know and research them well-enough: reading and watching… Continue reading Iran’s Supreme Leader, did he really say that?
In my last blog post I wrote: “Every year I am more than excited to attend the Annual Festival of Tribes and Hand Crafts, in Iran, not only do I find better deals here than in the stores and markets, but I get to see nearly all of Iran and its cultural diversity in one… Continue reading Make the most out of your Iran trip: attend this event! Part 2 by Antonia Mosqueda