Heather Schmid 5 things world needs to know about Pakistanis


I love the intensity with which Pakistani people love their country, food, life, sports, and music. A bustling nation full of life and expression. There are no inhibitions here! Not a shy nation.


Pakistanis’ make you feel just like one of their family. They open their hearts to you. I love the open Hearts ( khoola dill) and brave hearts (zinda dill) of Pakistani. Everything that has gone on, there is still this feeling of openness.


Pakistanis’ are really smart. They know the ground realities regarding politics, politicians, economics and world politic.  There are just a lot of smart articulate people here. And, they will tell it like it is.


I found the average Pakistani to be free, fun loving, positive and upbeat.  I love the spirit of celebration from Basant to Marriages to Palistan cricket team winning celebrations. This is a nation that likes a good party.


I love how everyone here is called Auntie or Uncle. There is a cultural respect of elders that is really refreshing. People commonly refer to each other as sister and brother, older people have titles, parents are not called by there first names. That is not even mentioning the major charities like EDHi which helps the country provide ambulance services and emergency relief through out the whole country. A really honest respected charity.

People don’t know all of the good qualities about Pakistanis. The fun loving, the smart, the charitable, the caring part. I was reminded when I was in Pakistan this time people are getting the wrong idea about Pakistan. So, I should at least talk about my experiences in Pakistan. How I was treated, how easily I traveled throughout the country and how nice everyone was to me.
Pakistan Zindabad

Heather Schmid has performed on some of the greatest stages through out the world. Most recently China, Las Vegas, New York City, on television in the US and through out the world, a special performances for president of Pakistan, to now traveling internationally for her new album ‘the goddess within’. Heather’s television show on CCTVNews called ‘The Ambassador’ had over 200 million viewers. Heather is also a spokes model for many fortune 500 companies.

Heather has been singing since age 8. She trained all through out her early years at an internationally acclaimed music school in Connecticut and then received a full talent scholarship to Boston University to train as an opera singer and learn music composition, and piano. She toured Europe and the United States professionally as a soloist while still finishing up her studies at the same time.

Heather Schmid in Greek Islands
Heather Schmid in Greek Islands


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