Carol-Ann Gleason is a development specialist with a multidisciplinary expertiseonAfrican politics and international political dynamics. Her work focuses on contemporary political frameworks, the variables of globalization and social mobility, the character of civil society in a digitized world, and the impact digital technologies and new medias have in amplifying the voice of ordinary citizens. She holds a B.A.
As the organ burst into a solemn anthem, and the choirmaster accompanied it with her crystal voice, all the chandeliers and candelabra sconces suddenly lit up simultaneously, like torches of golden fire – the mass began. In a second, the Catholic cathedral in Guangzhou, the largest city in southern China, was flooded with streams of flaming light and dancing gem-like colors projected on the walls from the stained glass windows.
Nikki Froneman is a South African arts producer and occasional theatre director. She holds an Honours degree in Drama from the University of Cape Town and a Marketing and Business Management Diploma from Damelin College. Nikki has been living in Latin America since April 2006 and currently lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
by Piotr Zalewski. Originally published by our partner site, World Policy Blog.