Luke warm and tasteless Have been coming to this Chinese for years ken and his wife are extremely helpful and I've never had a complaint yet the food is always served hot and tasty would recommend this place for a cosy night in. Firstly, the service was excellent and very friendly. My order was quite large but the waiting time was fairly short in comparison to other takeaways I went in to order, not home delivery. The food was delicious and perfectly cooked. Price-wise, it's probably mid-range, not Flights Holiday Rentals Restaurants Things to do. Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.
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One Man's Garden by Henry Mitchell
Aslam not only makes his reader understand the emotion and reasoning of his characters, he can make one empathise and connect with their respective thinking. That is the strength and brilliance of Nadeem Aslam. The narrative takes place in a fictional Pakistani town of Heer as well as the Afghanistan mountains, where fighting between USA and the Taliban has broken out.
The story starts with a medical student, Jeo, wishing to go from Peshawar to Afghanistan, in order to help with the casualties of war. Accompanying him is his foster brother, Mikaal, who is an able mechanic. I would not say the book holds a grand mysterious plot — it is the simple but brutal tale of a family, which suffers on both sides of the border.
The reader experiences the search of a father for his son; the wait of a wife for her husband; and the helplessness of a man torn between the duties of a brother and love for a woman. Aslam does not pick a side — he gives no rationale for the Americans and he does not sympathise with the Islamist hardliners.
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This backdrop of the novel, however, is an effective canvas describing the issues faced by ordinary families in this specific context. Religion has been a key source of ignition whenever the ordinary Pakistani Muslim began to process the War on Terror, because it was not a war on terror for him, it was a war on Islam. Historically, this thinking, coupled with the exploitation of often uninformed and zealous followers, has led to countless hundreds picking up arms and crossing the border to Afghanistan to fight.
It was therefore refreshing to see Rohan, the religious father, to not share a similar sentiment. Moving on, Rohan unknowingly radicalizes his son Jeo, a medical student. Mikal goes with Jeo to protect him. However, both men are betrayed at a very early stage and are captured. Passed around among several warlords, he is told that he will be ransomed.
Months later, Mikal is sold to Americans and identified as a terrorist. The story revolves around various aspects of Pakistani society where an extremist version of Islam often thrives in its rural settings. It depicts the economic challenge of being a part of the poor majority in the country. It also portrays the plight of women who are often suppressed under their male counterparts.