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Global Voices Podcast – An interview with Tel Aviv-based blogger Lisa Goldman

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Lisa Goldman relocated from Canada to Tel Aviv, Israel some years ago. Lisa is a regular contributor to Global Voices and blogs about life in Israel — “everything from suicide bombings to gallery openings” — at On the Face.


Tel Aviv-based blogger Lisa Goldman. Image from On the Face

Lisa recently attended the WeMedia conference in London, where Kamla Bhatt caught up with her. They chatted on a range of topics, from growing up in Canada to blogging in Israel.

Download or listen to the interview (13:42 min; 12.6MB) by clicking here or on the “speaker” icon above.

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2 comments

  • Excellent.Bravo.Amazing info…I forwarded it to friends.Best

  • […] Hummus Curry is an Israeli film shot in India and as their tagline says it is an intimate look at Indians who live in small villages packed with Israeli tourists. Yes, if you did not know this the number of Israeli tourists to India has seen a steady increase over the years. Lisa Goldman has a wonderful post about Israeli tourists in India and the film. Last year I met Lisa in London where I interviewed her about her blogging and the Indian community in Israel. Here is the link to the podcast interview with Lisa. […]

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