A blast from the past
Meet Ilan. “The first thing I think of when I hear the word ‘monopolist’ is a little bald guy with a cylinder hat and a mustache. Second thing I think of are those filthy rich people who hold everyone else by the balls. There is nothing wrong with making money. The problem starts when you own the market, and don’t let anyone else have a slice of the cake.
Meet Yoav. “Two years ago, during my internship in China, we opened a Chinese medicine point inside a crowded market. Within minutes about a 100 people arrived and we talked openly about relationships, fertility problems, pain and so on. That’s when I realized talking about personal issues is something that we need to do more often in Israel. I’m in favor of personal treatments but I believe Chinese medicine should be affordable to the public. Through my work at the hospital and now in the Community clinic in Tel Aviv, I try to follow my beliefs and be as professional and as personal I can be with my patients.”
Meet Sharon. “I’m originally from Jerusalem” he says,”but I’ve been living in Tel Aviv for a while and here I found my boyfriend. I Love the city but In my heart I’m a country boy”.
1 million dollars!
Pink and the City
Winter doesn’t have to be gray