WAWA introduces you to the colors, smells and tastes of West Africa and is a poignant blend of romance and danger experienced during the course of life in a third-world country in 1966. There are humorous, sexy and tense cultural exchanges between the droll English, the inhibited Germans and the loud and exciting Americans, Polish and Australians. T.J. and Carolyn James come to Ghana where T.J. is joining an international group of architects and engineers to form an experimental faculty at the University of Science and Technology. The faculty must confront the real and imagined results of their creation of a school of architecture in a country struggling to survive independence.
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