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Chinese group traveling worldwide in RV reaches Guyana

Chinese group traveling worldwide in RV reaches Guyana

APRIL 24, 2014 | BY KNEWS |

RV in GuyanaPicture: The group with their RV parked in front of the Guyana Revenue Authority building yesterday with their Guyana guide, Haleem Khan.

A group of passionate young people from China and Taiwan who dared to achieve and complete their dream of travelling 200 countries driving a Recreational Vehicle (RV) reached Georgetown yesterday. They were previously in Venezuela.
What started out as a group of 12 in two RV’s has now shrunk to four as the group pursues their global travel.  Their names are Wujingyi, Chun-Hung Chen, Shuotiao and Hambin Chen.

The lifetime journey all started on May 19, 2012 in China. Since then, the group has traveled through four continents, crossed three oceans and visited 45 countries and more than 170 cities in an RV.  Continue reading

GUY-LU-JAM in St Lucia – Saturday 12th April, 2014

GUY-LU-JAM in St Lucia

Date: Saturday 12th April, 2014

Starting time: 5pm

Sham’s Place is Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet, St Lucia.

GUYANA vs JAMAICA

Guyana/St Lucia Association versus Jamaica/St Lucia Association

 featuring:

Indoor games competition such as dominoes, draft and rap, followed by dancing competition

Free but only for Financial members

Contact persons:- 

GUYANA/ST LUCIA ASSOCIATION 

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BHS Alumni Toronto – May Hatters Tea Party – May 3, 2014

BHS Tea Party

GUYANESE ONLINE – TOP POSTS – MARCH 2014

GUYANESE ONLINE – TOP POSTS – MARCH 2014

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  1. Home page / Archives
  2. GUYANA and CARIBBEAN RECIPES
  3. Old Jet Magazines – from 1950 onwards
  4. TRINIDAD CARNIVAL 2014 – The Greatest Show On Earth
  5. Botlahle: Age 11 – Winner Of South Africa’s Talent 2012 – 3 videos
  6. Fruits of Trinidad and Tobago – and Guyana
  7. Toronto: Three Guyanese die of carbon monoxide poisoning
  8. Remembering Johnny Braff – interview + videos
  9. Guyanese Online – Introduction
  10. The Truth About Bottled Water – video
  11. Trinidad’s Carnival 2014: Machel Montano retains Soca crown
  12. Top 10 X Factor Auditions all time – based on YouTube views on 13-2-2013
  13. Tessanne Chin …. at The White House – Women of Soul
  14. American artist finds Oasis in Guyana’s heartland – By Tangerine Clarke
  15. Best Of Bob Marley – music
 See Full list of 499 items- :Guyanese Online – Top Posts – March 2014

Pharrell Williams – ‘Happy’ Version featuring GUYANA – 2 videos

The song  ‘HAPPY’,  by Pharrell Williams of the USA, has been sweeping the airwaves worldwide, and there are many versions featuring film clips from various countries…. over 200 million YouTube hits by March 2014.

Here is the original video by Pharrell Williams, followed by a Guyana version that was recently released.

Pharrell Williams – Happy (Official Music Video)

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GuySuCo: Mired in a sea of losses and bailouts – by Dr Clive Thomas

GuySuCo: Mired in a sea of losses and bailouts

Posted By Dr Clive Thomas – March 30, 2014

Clive ThomasFrom a dynamic perspective, over the medium to long-term the profitability of the sugar industry as a whole, and GuySuCo in particular, is more than any other variable, the best representative indicator of its sustainability as a commercial venture. From a business accounting standpoint the profit that is made indicates the extent to which total earnings or business income derived from sugar can cover all sugar costs or business expenses, thereby resulting in a surplus of income over these expenses or Accounting profit.

From this vantage point, in order to ensure genuine sustainability these costs or expenses should include  1) all employment, materials, and services costs; 2) all set-aside provisions for research and development (R&D); 3) similarly set-aside provisions for maintaining/replacing the capital stock; 4) similar provisions for servicing debts and liabilities (both long-term and short-term) in a timely manner; and 5) the generation of  adequate returns(dividends) for the industry stakeholders/shareholders; and also sufficient to attract new investments if required or alternatively to retain enough profits to finance such investments.

Read more: [GuySuCo- Mired in a sea of losses and bailouts

Scenes of Mash 2014, Guyana’s Carnival – by BryanMax

Scenes of Mash 2014, Guyana’s Carnival – by BryanMax

Bryanmax-MASH2014

Here are photos of MASHRAMANI 2014, by Bryan McIntosh from his website bryanmax.com.

Click on any photo and then use the arrows to view the slide show. 

Here is the link: http://bryanmax.com/mash2014-1.htm

17-days in Guyana in 2010 – by Cleopatra Islar

Islar pix

17-days in Guyana in 2010 – by Cleopatra Islar

Hello Readers

I had done this blog in 2010 after returning from Guyana and thought I should share it with others who may be thinking of returning to Guyana for a visit after several years of absence.  I hope you find it interesting.    Continue reading

Kaldor Budget and Black Friday February 16, 1962 – commentary

From the Diaspora…Kaldor Budget and Black Friday February 16, 1962

MARCH 30, 2014 | BY  | Commentary … By Ralph Seeram 

Ralph SeeramMr. Forbes Burnham dealt with the harsh tax measures introduced by what was known as the Kaldor Budget and ended his speech by working on the emotions of his audience in the manner of Mark Anthony. “Comrades,” he exclaimed, “the fight starts now. Tomorrow at 2 o’clock in the afternoon there is a demonstration organized by the Trade Union Congress, a demonstration against the harsh proposals of the budget, which make life unbearable.

“No doubt the Riot Squad will be there. Do you still want to go? Comrades, remember that tomorrow Jagan’s army is coming down from Cane Grove and Windsor Forest. Do you still want to go? (Wynn Parry Commission).”

Thus started a series of events on February 12, 1962 that led to the burning and looting of several businesses in Georgetown on what is now described as Black Friday February 16, 1962.

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Sensational Sammy leads Windies to 6-wicket Twenty20 win over Australia

Sensational Sammy leads Windies to 6-wicket Twenty20 win over Australia

Darren Sammy

Darren Sammy

Captain Darren Sammy smashed an unbeaten 34 to lift West Indies to victory. (Credit: WICB Media)

DHAKA, Bangladesh, Friday March 28, 2014, CMC – Skipper Darren Sammy smashed a cameo unbeaten 34 to fire West Indies to an exciting six-wicket win over Australia in their Group 2 match of the World Twenty20 Championship here Friday.

With West Indies requiring 12 from the last over in pursuit of 179 for victory, Sammy twice cleared the ropes against seamer James Faulkner off the third and fourth deliveries, to deliver a sensational win for the defending champions, with two balls to spare.   Continue reading

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