Perfect Strangers Magazine – Issue 2

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Perfect Strangers Magazine Issue 2 is out now. How do you interpret Peking opera for a Finnish audience? What is it like navigating a cross-cultural marriage in a remote town in southwestern Japan? Or working as a tour guide in Cairo? Delve into these stories, and many more, in our second issue.

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Issue 2 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. How do you interpret Peking opera for a Finnish audience? What is it like navigating a cross-cultural marriage in a remote town in southwestern Japan? Or working as a tour guide in Cairo? Delve into these stories, and many more, in our second issue. Issue Two — with 150+ pages of beautiful writing and images — explores how the world meets itself through a vibrant array of perspectives.

Perfect Strangers magazine is a publication dedicated to exploring the cross-cultural. We’re fascinated by one question — how does the world meet itself? From artists and entrepreneurs to grandparents and lovers, we feature people from all walks of life who help to connect the world. Through their perspectives, we look at how cultures and languages, habits and ideas, styles and foods, intertwine and transform. We hope you’ll immerse yourself in our beautifully printed pages, and that you’ll discover something interesting — even inspiring — about our interconnected world. Perfect Strangers magazine is published twice a year in San Francisco. We showcase a broad range of voices, and are always looking for more points of view.

Articles

Aileen Eisenberg encounters foods old and new in Madaba
Amina Ashraf and Ingy Hassieb profile tour guides in Cairo
Aurélien Foucault shadows a film crew on location in Georgia
Lindsay Varty highlights fading professions in Hong Kong
Lorissa Rinehart traces the origins of plants in New York City
Maria Gloria Robalino remembers watching pirated DVDs in Quito
Nareg Seferian stays at the magdas Hotel in Vienna
Stephanie Garcia chats with flamenco dancer Phyllis Akinyi
Steven R. Kraaijeveld reflects on the concept of the ‘Third Culture Kid’

Interviews

Antti Silvennoinen of Wusheng Company
Emma Daian Wright of The Emma Press
Ji Lee, designer
Junsho & Victoria Yoshimura of Shonenji Temple in conversation with Ellen Freeman
Lindsay Varty, author and rugby player
Maesy Ang of POST Bookshop and POST Press
Phyllis Akinyi, dancer and choreographer
Quentin Sohet, teacher & Charly Hernández, researcher in conversation with Ellen Freeman
Scott Boggs of Tartine
Sigrid Andrea P. Bernardo, film director

With photography by Aurélien Foucault, Baldesca Samper Diaz, Gary Jones, Mallika Vora, Maya Matsuura, Sanni Siira, Stefan Fürtbauer, and Zeina Abaza
and illustrations by David Huang, Grandpa Chan, Holly Exley, Roger Ycaza, and Tinou Le Joly Sénoville

Details: Perfect Strangers Magazine – Issue 2

154 pages, 24 x 17 cm

Issue 2 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. How do you interpret Peking opera for a Finnish audience? What is it like navigating a cross-cultural marriage in a remote town in southwestern Japan? Or working as a tour guide in Cairo? Delve into these stories, and many more, in our second issue. Issue Two — with 150+ pages of beautiful writing and images — explores how the world meets itself through a vibrant array of perspectives.

Perfect Strangers magazine is a publication dedicated to exploring the cross-cultural. We’re fascinated by one question — how does the world meet itself? From artists and entrepreneurs to grandparents and lovers, we feature people from all walks of life who help to connect the world. Through their perspectives, we look at how cultures and languages, habits and ideas, styles and foods, intertwine and transform. We hope you’ll immerse yourself in our beautifully printed pages, and that you’ll discover something interesting — even inspiring — about our interconnected world. Perfect Strangers magazine is published twice a year in San Francisco. We showcase a broad range of voices, and are always looking for more points of view.

Articles

Aileen Eisenberg encounters foods old and new in Madaba
Amina Ashraf and Ingy Hassieb profile tour guides in Cairo
Aurélien Foucault shadows a film crew on location in Georgia
Lindsay Varty highlights fading professions in Hong Kong
Lorissa Rinehart traces the origins of plants in New York City
Maria Gloria Robalino remembers watching pirated DVDs in Quito
Nareg Seferian stays at the magdas Hotel in Vienna
Stephanie Garcia chats with flamenco dancer Phyllis Akinyi
Steven R. Kraaijeveld reflects on the concept of the ‘Third Culture Kid’

Interviews

Antti Silvennoinen of Wusheng Company
Emma Daian Wright of The Emma Press
Ji Lee, designer
Junsho & Victoria Yoshimura of Shonenji Temple in conversation with Ellen Freeman
Lindsay Varty, author and rugby player
Maesy Ang of POST Bookshop and POST Press
Phyllis Akinyi, dancer and choreographer
Quentin Sohet, teacher & Charly Hernández, researcher in conversation with Ellen Freeman
Scott Boggs of Tartine
Sigrid Andrea P. Bernardo, film director

With photography by Aurélien Foucault, Baldesca Samper Diaz, Gary Jones, Mallika Vora, Maya Matsuura, Sanni Siira, Stefan Fürtbauer, and Zeina Abaza
and illustrations by David Huang, Grandpa Chan, Holly Exley, Roger Ycaza, and Tinou Le Joly Sénoville

Details: Perfect Strangers Magazine – Issue 2

154 pages, 24 x 17 cm

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