Where should I start? I was Made in Israel, yet Assembled in Canada. I love lots of things Israeli, I’ll try everything once and I love to share. So sharing I will. Excited to be part of this awesome initiative and contributing to it somehow. Peace and Love, Dan.
Shalom there folks! My name is Arsen and I just moved to Israel, making Aliyah from Down Under (ie, Australia). Won’t lie – had something to do with the stunning beaches, incredible Tel Aviv nightlife, the breathtaking landscape & awesome food … and well … the even more awesome Israeli girls! Ok, ok, so it may have also had something to do with this little thing called Zionism too! So please join me on my Aliyah adventure, as I explore this beautiful country through Instagram!
You can also follow Arsen on Twitter: @Ostrov_A
Born and raised in Budapest, Kristóf Yosef Steiner, is now a Tel Aviv based writer, journalist, fashion observer, and vegan chef. Kristóf’s previous work as a TV host for Hungary’s music channel,meant amongst other things travelling and interviewing many celebrities including Sarah Jessica Parker, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and more. Kristóf has been living in Israel since 2009, discovering the many facets of Israel. Kristóf started writing a blog showcasing Tel Aviv’s blossoming pop culture. Besides the blog Kristóf contributes to the Gay&Lesbian section of TimeOut Israel’s English edition.
Check out Kristóf’s blog WhiteCityBoy.com
Zoë Freedman is entering her last year at Dalhousie University, studying International Development Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies. She loves exploring new places, binge-watching Netflix, and whispering sweet nothings into her cat’s ear.
Simran Dhunna is a third year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, St. George. She is currently pursuing a degree in Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Simran is passionate about all things science, global health, and biotech. In her spare time, she is involved in student engagement projects and leadership opportunities on campus. Simran is currently the co-director of Toronto Things Global Health Case Competition, a managing editor at Juxtaposition Global Health Magazine, and is on the END7 Campaign’s Student Advisory Board. She is also working with a team of students to organize a national conference on Neglected Diseases, entitled REINVENT and is the academic coordinator of the Molecular Genetics and Microbiology Student Union. While the future is still uncertain for Simran, she hopes to pursue further academic studies surrounding science after graduation.
You can also follow Simran on Twitter: @