Beautiful and extraordinary pictures of Sri Lanka by Italian photographer Giacomo Bruno are featured on his own website and that of Phoblographer—The Psychology of Creative Photography.
The Pulitzer-Prize-winning Tampa Bay Times in Florida reports how a young girl whose parents are from Sri Lanka has published ‘Sri Lanka: Through My Eyes’, a labour of love and story of passion and compassion by Anuksha Wickramasinghe, a 15-year-old sophomore at the exclusive Berkeley Preparator School.
IT expert Sheree boosts Sri Lanka’s reputation for high-flyers who hone the cutting edges of industry
Sri Lanka is rapidly gaining a reputation for high-flyers who are honing the cutting edges of IT, business innovation and the full spectrum of creative industries.
Latest in the spotlight is 26-year-old Sheree Atcheson, who was recently named one of 35 Most Influential Women in UK Technology by Computer Weekly.
It was enough to bring out the poet in Irish travel writer John Masterson when he arrived in Sri Lanka, “a technicolour country that brings into sharp focus the pluses and minuses of progress”.
The citadel Yapahuwa was one of the early capitals of medieval Sri Lanka. Lying midway between Kurunagala and Anuradhapura, it was built around a 100-metre-tall granite rock rising above the surrounding countryside.
The CISF website notes that “Sri Lanka’s a culture and heritage paves the way for the manufacture of intricate handicrafts that are renowned for their beauty and craftsmanship the world over.
Choral music lovers will throng to Colombo in October when Sri Lanka’s capital city hosts the spectacular 4th Asia Pacific Choir Games, a feast of music and gala celebrations organized by INTERKULTUR of Germany.
Sri Lanka-based Spa Ceylon, the world’s largest luxury Ayurveda chain, has clinched three major awards at the prestigious World Luxury Spa Awards 2017 annual gala in Hanoi, Vietnam.