About Amna Haq

Amna, aiming to earn a Masters in Social Policy finds inspiration in the writings of Arundhati Roy. A feminist at heart, she wishes to cover stories -up-close and personal- of brave, resilient women in South Asia who fight against the odds in every little and mighty way they can. As an intern at FUCHSIA, she aims to grow as a writer and explore her budding love for journalism.

FUCHSIA visited the spectacular family resort - Dreamworld on the 19th of July with hearts full of expectations - and we were not disappointed in the least. The resort is extremely huge and offers a plethora of fun activities. Before we get into the thrilling details, here are 5 things we absolutely loved about thisContinue reading
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Whenever we're expecting guests, my lovely mother dons her giant apron, gets out a large pot and lands it on the stove. Whether it is our Pakistani version of meaty Paye, or the Indian Pav bhaji. We desis celebrate the festive season to the core. We satiate ourselves with rich savouries and then indulge furtherContinue reading
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'She’s not a typical child. Her life begins and ends with me. I do feel this is a loss for her and if one of these days she decides to reach out to him, I will never stop her.' Motherhood, quite frankly is one of the toughest jobs and yet the most beloved. Companionship canContinue reading
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