The school children took pictures of people and places to show what it's like to live in Cardiff.Some of the kids are featured in an exhibition called Open Cities Faces. Mercy and Joy and their father Derek are originally from Zambia. Nick: Derek, tell me why you came to Cardiff and why you took part in this project. I came to Cardiff because I was offered a job here.Hoping to prevent the Count from succeeding in his quest is a small group of men and women led by Dracula’s archenemy, Professor Abraham van Helsing.
Every year, freshly graduated students migrate and knock the doors of world class Universities to gain more knowledge and experience. "Photos show four police officers armed with handguns, batons and pepper spray standing around the woman, who wearing a blue headscarf and matching top while lying on the beach".
Tales of vampires and other similar blood-sucking creatures have been told in various societies across the world.
The first significant wave of immigrants arrived by ship from Jamaica in 1948.
The Notting Hill Carnival celebrates this Caribbean culture. And in recent years, Eastern European citizens have arrived in search of work.
The most famous of these tales is the story of Dracula, written by Bram Stoker, and published in 1897.