I'm a freelance journalist in Sydney.
There are joggers with leashed dogs, street vendors and even a muay thai fighter showing off his moves in the Senayan Sports Complex on Friday.
Scruffily dressed in a khaki green military-like jacket, black t-shirt, spectacles and his unique head bandana, he exudes a shabby-chic persona and easily fits the mold of a revolutionary.
RAN first came into the public consciousness over three months ago, when their debut album RAN for your Life was released.
Meeting Qaisra Shahraz is like greeting an old teacher, someone who has lived through much and is fired by a greater purpose in life. Shahraz holds herself gracefully and communicates with a ......