Hi everyone, I’m in Van Don’t look at what I’m saying today because it’s been a long time since my finals intervened. finally I can publish. Van and Agri Diaries I’ve cut a few pieces. Now we have Bi Cocuk Dukkan, in Van. in 9th May, I went to centre of Van and 10th May I went to village school in Bahcesaray, Van. I set off early in the morning. It’s around 7: 00-7: 30. Minibus(Van) Stop is very difficult to find because there is not the minibus at the stop and signage But , elhamdülillah(fortunately), There will be found Baghdad by asking consecutively.(It is Turkish proverb: Sora sora Bağdat bulunur.) The more beautiful, bu asking consecutively, city is known. I’ve waited a long time. Minibus stood 11-11: 30. Fortunately, during this time, I met Omer. Omer is 4 years old. He can draw deer. He loves sheeps and donkeys. And the roads, the roads of Bahcesaray. We are now on the way from İpekyolu to Bahçesaray through Tuşpa, Edremit, Gevaş and Çatak. for hours on earthed roads heard a lot of different sounds, identified, recognized, recognized paths Then let’s get back here, Or I cannot finish telling the “ways.” Bahcesaray is a green county among snowy mountains, in Van. A distant, hidden and hidden.. The day is 10th May, Friday. We’re stopping for Friday Pray. I’m surprised.(It is not normal in Istanbul) When talking about “Bahçesaray”, an uncle in the back seat says its old name is “Müküs” Müküs is still used among the people. There is a lot of vision about the etymology of the word. Half/Majority of the population of the region before 1915 would make up Armenians. There are many churches in the province and it is historical province. With a little research, although the Armenians says “Moks”. Kurds says “Müküs, Mikis” One source says that the “Müküs” is Arabic word and it is the plural of “Meks” I’m going down in the Bahçesaray, but of course we still have a way. I’m on my way to the village. And I’m coming. The roads are quite scary, cliffs all around. My mother from Çayeli, Rize, Turkey. These roads let me take a deep breath when I came down, even though I wasn’t familiar with the Black Sea. Childrens and my elementary school friend Sinan teacher is welcomed me. On this occasion, I see Sinan 13 years later. And we’re starting “Modern Calligraphy Workshop” Bi’ Çocuk Dükkan has sent a mini art package to these 10 children and the children sent their dreams to us. These pictures were designed. A cloud of Ali from İstanbul and a sun of Mizgin from Van; A tree of Işıl from İzmir and a swing of Atlas from Ankara came together in common tables. These tables have been sold and are being sold. Bi Çocuk Dükkan is a social enterprise, the part of its income In the post-design phase, against education inequality divided to organize for painter children to modern calligraphy workshop Here is our organization sponsor workshlpartistanbul and brush pen sponsor for Bic Kids Although normally 10 people have a training 15-16 people in the hall. A few students wanted to be an audience. Even our two students become our photographers. Şükran, Mizgin, Seyfettin, Gülistan, Hozan Delil ,Abdurrahman, Kader and Hacer. At the end of the workshop we learned the basic modern calligraphy. The most important we laughed and laughed and we are determined to make laugh We said Goodbye by attaching our designed bags. Of course it wasn’t easy, but it was so beautiful I couldn’t tell. Very few people and children in our country to know aside from an education today, to put across in Guneyyamaç Village see that this can provide a sustainable benefit, and to hear smiles.. It is a great present! And way back. I didn’t return from Bahcesaray to Van that night. No minibus left. Saliha and Dudu teachers made me welcome. In fact, one of our teachers thought me as the new teacher. They even came to me say “Welcome” after the Iftar. The experience was very nice. I got up early in the morning. Fatma and Delil, put me on the road. They said: “Teacher, even we tried to write in the evening.” In this way, I reached Van from the village.