Afghanistan Women’s Professional Cycling Team Goes Against All Odds
October 7th, 2018, marks the end of the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival. One of the films playing is Afghan Cycles which follows a 5 year journey of a women’s professional cycling team in Afghanistan. Join us as KBCS’s Ruth Bly speaks with Film Director, Sarah Menzies about what the women face while cycling in their country.
What Is Your Dream?
Maybe you’ve wanted to quit your desk job to volunteer your time to a cause overseas or maybe you want to climb the 10 great peaks of the world. Whatever your dream is, what keeps you from chasing after it? or is it thinking about it that keeps you going?
Our gueststoday are Tay Siang Huy who goes by Tay and Xin Hui Tan who goes by Val. They are award-winning film-makers and storytellers, and are living example of dreamers who have cycled across the globe on a project called I Believe That Dreams Can Come True. They started the journey in 2010 and are now based in Seattle as they work through their plans to travel across the US.
Listen to the interview here: KBCS_M+I_20130905_Dreams