Yer altı ordusu, efsane ve ikonlarıyla antik kent Xi’an

Haziran başında Çin’e gerçekleştirdiğim iş seyahatimin programı uyarınca Şangay’dan sonra toplantı amacıyla Xi’an şehrine uçtum. Bu muhteşem antik şehir, binlerce asker ve at heykelinden oluşan ünlü Terracotta ordusunu barındıran dev yer altı mezar kentinin yanı sıra,  çok sayıda ikonik yapıya, harika bir lezzet ve etkinlik yelpazesine de ev sahipliği yapıyor. read more...

Latin Amerikalı kuzenlerimizin karizmatik ülkesi: Peru (Ica)

Yılbaşında seyahat ettiğim Peru’yla ilgili yazı dizimde son olarak farklı medeniyetlere ev sahipliği yapmış bir başka antik şehir olan Ica izlenimlerime yer vereceğim. Gerek yol boyunca gerekse Ica’da yaşadıklarımız, dönüş öncesindeki son günümüzde Lima’dan kiraladığımız arabayla toplam 10 saatlik yolu göze aldığımıza gerçekten değdi. read more...

Okullu sporcu yetiştiren Şampiyon Modafen Modeli

Çok yönlü bir eğitim kurumu olan ve aynı zamanda futbol kulübü de bulunan Modafen’le ilgili ilk yazımı Nisan ayında kaleme almıştım. Modafen’in başarıları sadece futbolla sınırlı değil. Sporun birçok farklı alanında iyi karakterli ve eğitimli sporcular yetiştirerek ulusal ve uluslararası arenada başarıdan başarıya koşuyor. Okul-spor ilişkisini ideal bir şekilde yeniden tanımlayan Türkiye’nin örnek eğitim kurumu Modafen’i bu yazımda sizlere derinlemesine anlatmak isterim. read more...

Latin Amerikalı kuzenlerimizin karizmatik ülkesi: Peru (Macchu Pichu)

Peru’ya yaptığım yılbaşı seyahatini anlattığım geçen yazımda İnkaların başkenti Cusco’yla ilgili izlenimlerimi aktarmıştım. Bu yazıyı ise yine İnkalar tarafından deniz seviyesinden yaklaşık 2.500 m yükseklikte inşa edilen antik kent Machu Picchu’ya ayıracağım. Hastalanarak gittiğim bu muhteşem yerden nasıl iyileşerek döndüğümün hikayesini size anlatacağım. read more...

The charismatic country of our Latin American cousins: Peru (Cusco)

Last week, I wrote an article about one part of my New Year's trip to Peru and shared my impressions of the capital, Lima. This week, we gain a great deal of altitude and reach the charming city of Cusco in the Peruvian Antler. Once the capital of the Inca Empire, this city is a wonder of history and nature, with examples of Spanish colonial architecture and magnificent archaeological remains. read more...

The charismatic country of our Latin American cousins: Peru (Lima)

In this week's article, I will present some of my impressions of my New Year's trip to Lima, the capital of Peru, the land of our cousins ​​on the other side of the ocean, which stands out for its magnificent past civilizations like us. I will continue to convey my observations of this country which values ​​its values, respects nature and has a positive approach. read more...

The most surreal country in the World: Iceland (2)

In my last article, I started to share my experiences of my trip to Iceland which I took at the end of November. This week however, I wrote the second half of my holiday which I took in celebration of my birthday. I believe that the black sands, diamonds from the glacier and the impressive lava show will surely be of interest to you all. read more...

The most surreal country in the World: Iceland (1)

In my last article, I had shared with you that I had chosen Iceland for my birthday and what I had expected to happen in the 4th phase of my life, which were made of thoughts I experienced during my long road trips. In this article, I will share the details of this wonderful holiday and the observations I made about this beautiful country which gave me much mind and soul relaxation. read more...

When will the world start to turn with kindness?

Doesn’t it sound good to hear about companies whose main aim is to help those in need, to support them and to really understand the importance of this and to truly do this wholeheartedly to the very end? Well, that’s the kind of happiness and honor we are living up to here at Tider. In this week’s article, I have reserved aside the story of two young directors and how the help of our new General Manager has supported them. read more...

Running is an excuse to visit beautiful Bozcaada

With its difficult running track accompanied by an amazing nature and touch of history, the Bozcaada run has a special place for me amongst the others. Yet, running in this terrific atmosphere with friends fr om Adim  Adim and Tider volunteers, before and after the run, it has become my ritual to benefit fr om the pleasant facilities of the island, that I have thoroughly acquainted and embraced. read more...

The adventure and celebrations following the big prize

In my previous article, I wrote about how for the first time in Global Foodbanking Network (GFN) history, we won the Innovation Award, which was organised for the first time. http://www.serhansuzer.com/tr/global-bir-stk-olma-yolundaki-tidere-buyuk-odul This week however, I wanted to share how the awards has reflected our happiness and the aftermath of the victory, which I may add, does not compare to any action film. read more...

A Tale of the Far East: Thailand - Phuket

I was finally able to tour the Far East on a New Year’s holiday after years of regretting having travelled only as far east as India. I had an unforgettable time on the island of Phuket and in Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, returning home with memories of the sea, ‘mysterious’ sand creatures, amazing cuisine and breathtaking scenery. In this post, I’ll write about my experiences in Phuket. read more...

A Tale of the Far East: Thailand - Bangkok

As you know, I spent some time over the New Year in the Far East, visiting Phuket, Bangkok and Singapore. And in my first blog about the trip last week, I shared my impressions of Phuket. This week I plan to write about the Thai capital, Bangkok, the second leg of my travels. read more...

New targets and hopes for a New Year…

We have recently left behind an eventful year marked by much sadness for our society, but a year in which we have also enjoyed some great successes as we forged ahead despite the uncertain business climate.  In this, the last post of 2016, I would like to evaluate our achievements over the past year and list our targets for 2017. read more...

Runtalya: Anatomy Of A Run

I spent a wonderful weekend combining sport and holiday at Runtalya, an event in Antalya that has become Turkey’s second biggest city run and that brings together a diverse group of sports lovers, from top marathoners and pint-sized sprinters, to philanthropists and nongovernmental organizations.​ read more...

The Magical World of Tango Dancers: Argentina (Buenos Aires)

We arrived at Buenos Aires, which is named as the Paris of Latin America, on a sunny and wonderful day. After we settled to our hotel, we went to the concierge to make a three day program for Buenos Aires.​ read more...

The situation of women in society

I don’t know how I found the time between all my work, but last week I went to Bodrum for one day.​ read more...

Ashoka And a Group OF Good-Hearted People

I would like to start this article by explaining what social entrepreneurship is, because this concept may be new to many people. Entrepreneurship is not confined only to the business world.​ read more...

Dalyan, A Piece Of Heaven On Earth

Recently, during a period in which I was very distressed, I went to Dalyan by taking off Friday and having a long weekend.​ read more...