Anahit and Ashot found love online, joining the new generation of internet couples in Armenia.
Friend requests, emojis and an online engagement: A modern love story
The pandemic opened a new path to peace-building.
New possibilities across barbed wires, divided rivers and lives
Children across Georgia started school from home on September 15, the fourth semester of online education in the country since the pandemic started in March 2020.
Pandemic worsens Georgia’s digital divide
An essay about apathy, mistrust and conspiracy
Whom to Trust?
A young Armenian English teacher creates a successful career as an online entrepreneur.
From the classroom to Instagram, a teacher builds a business online
Due to the pandemic, life in Gali has become a daily struggle. T.B. lives in Gali. She collected the stories of people trying to survive in Gali and sent them to Chai Khana.
A daily struggle for survival
Parents have found an unexpected result of screen time: children are becoming fluent in foreign languages.
Digital nanny or teacher?
“After any crisis, whether it is an earthquake, an epidemic or a war, the first victims are the children… It is a shock that affects all families".
‘It is clear the children will suffer’
A group of guys gathered in the streets and yards of the centers or the suburbs of the capital, Tbilisi, or other big cities of Georgia has its own name.
The Birja: Tbilisi’s historic neighborhood watch
I want us to live in peace, together or separately. But this war makes us think about past mistakes and the future.
The war in Ukraine, through the eyes of Abkhazia
Names, professions and bank accounts no longer matter, since the war has leveled us all, turning us into ants who are trying to save their lives from a cruel boy who sticks a stick in an anthill.