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- de castro on Pres. Ramotar departs to attend Nelson Madela’s funeral
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- Dmitri Allicock on Some of the Botanical Wonders of Guyana – By Dmitri Allicock
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- donna on Guyana: The diminishing airline service – commentary
- Rosaliene Bacchus on Mandela – documentary, interviews and speeches -8 videos
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- Ron. Persaud on One Hundred Years of Aviation in Guyana – by M.G. Joseph G. Singh
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Is Green the New Gold? National Geographic says that Guyana may be the best-kept secret in South America, with most of the country still covered in wild forest. Stunning natural wonders – stretching from newly restored mangroves near Georgetown to the mighty Kaieteur Falls to the pristine Iwokrama rain forest, Guyana offers curious travelers an opportunity to experience one of only four remaining intact rain forest ecosystems on the planet. Read More »
Hergash launches book on
Harry Hergash (left), presenting a copy of his publication to Dr. Frank Anthony, Guyana’s Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports in his office in Georgetown
In this year of the 175th Anniversary of the arrival of Indians in Guyana, Harry Hergash, president of the University of Guyana Guild of Graduates, Ontario, and a member of the Canada Guyana Forum, has just released in Guyana and in Toronto a publication titled “A Collection of Indian-Guyanese Words and Phrases and Their Meanings”. Read More »
First Generation Problems – Why My Family Hates My Life ……
A Brief History of Guyana and Good Bye Toronto….
From: Felicia Moursalien – To Guyanese Online
Saw your website and like what you’re trying to achieve. I don’t know much about Guyanese culture today, but I wrote a post about my family’s struggle to leave Guyana for Canada and how it’s a pain in the rear to be a first-gen Canadian.
I’ve never been to Guyana, yet…. but I can imagine that the youth want to forget about the past and move on to a modern world. It was the same in Indonesia when I was there…. There’s a major disconnect… between the generations.
Anyways, here is my blog where I talk about my family and their efforts to come to Canada from Guyana.. …maybe you want to check it out. Let me know what you think? Read More »
RIVER OF HOPE
By Dmitri Allicock
Walk along the rivershore of dreams
Reflection of memories drifting upstream
Voyager of time travel to your heart be true
Pleasant smiles paddling gently in canoe
Read more : River of Hope
and also view video
Guyana: Beyond Beautiful – Imaging Interior Travels – video
HM The Queen Visits British Guiana, 1966 – video
Life Without a Cell Phone
By Veena Trehan – National Change - Published: Tuesday 15 October 2013
My withdrawal was gradual and unplanned. First, a drop onto the only tiled 6-square feet in my home destroyed my iPhone’s clean look. Then mysterious crashes, like a Steve Jobs tech debut gone wrong, made it annoyingly unreliable. Finally, it needed to be shut down and restarted to change functions, like from “email” to “phone” or “text”.
Its disappearance led me to drop it altogether.
As with many big moves – and a breakup with your fave gadget qualifies in 2013 – it had been a long time coming. Read More »
Takutu Bridge linking Guyana and Brazil
Source: Stabroek News
Before Guyana gained its independence from Great Britain in May 1966, we knew more about Britain than we did about our own country. In high school, we studied British history and literature. Until the publication of Geography of Guyana by Guyanese Professor Leslie P. Cummings in 1965, we had no geography textbook on Guyana.
Another excellent blog entry by Rosaliene Bacchus.
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