Freelance writer and communications consultant. Writes about food, arts, culture, history and literature. Also takes on corporate writing & editing.
Shankari Chandran’s Song of the Sun God is a sensitive, fast-paced read and easily a noteworthy addition to Sri Lankan English fiction. She speaks about writing about Tamil society in Sri Lanka at a particular point in time, how her work as a lawyer informed her writing and more.
A convoluted inheritance of its colonial past, Sri Lanka’s tea industry has been sculpted with increasing global competition and market volatility and is central to the country’s narrative. This is a glimpse of the man who made Ceylon Tea into a household brand.
An essay on Eid in Sri Lanka and the cultural elements that have influenced the island's palate.
A look at two popular Facebook pages, taking steps to archive history