Disrupting Tourism in Egypt

Mar 27, 2013 · Queens, United States of America

Ahmed Seddik, a rising figure in the field of Egyptology discusses the all-important tourism economy in post-Revolutionary Egypt. Ahmed is a poetic archaeologist and tour guide who studied AUC, in several different departments, enabling him to perceive and discuss history from multiple perspectives. Seddik has given tours all over the country; organized talks and debates in universities and cultural centers, and worked with the now infamous Zahi Hawass. Join us as he shares, in his undeniably unique style, his dreams for beloved Egypt and how we can all play a role in bringing tourism back. For the whole article on Ahmed Seddik, please visit
http://fnewsmagazine.com/2011/08/the-digger-who-can-figure/

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