by Umberto Pagano – When wandering around a Vietnamese city, one cannot fail to be intrigued by the conformation of many residential buildings, the so-called nhà ống (literally “tube houses”). Why they are so called is understandable at first glance.

by Cleto Corposanto – To cross a border – even symbolically – is very often like immersing ourselves in another culture, in a place that awaits us statically, with its own prerogatives, that asks us to “acclimatize”, to adapt to the new situation.

by Cleto Corposanto – In short, Cape Town represents my personal baptism with southern Africa, in this South Africa with 11 official languages ​​to represent the great union project wanted by Nelson Mandela by all the ancient tribes living in the great South African territory.