My father is an avid reader.
He once received a phone call from another resident in New York, who said she had saw an article on Dehai.org which must have been aggregated from my personal blog. I never had the chance to send a personal note thanking you for linking viewers to my site -- yeqenyeley, betam ymesgenelkum.
I'm Ariam Alula, a diaspora Eritrean who will never stray from her culture. I visited Eritrea for the first time as an adult in 2014, and fell in love with the place. After that experience, I soon started a blog which I invite you to visit here
A lot of what's covered on Dehai.org is political and caters to an older audience; that's great as people want to know what's happening. However, I believe there's a need for articles exploring other issues pertaining to the diaspora community including language maintenance, mental health, and cultural clashes--issues affecting everyday Eritreans and topics that I've written about.
I look to working together!
I recently wrote about learning Tigrinya online.