Mauritius, a tiny island found in the Indian Ocean is about to celebrate 50 years of Independence and 26 years of Republic today, the 12th of March. mauritiusflags.facts.co This Independence day is going to be bittersweet due to the financial scandal surrounding the first female President of Mauritius who was also the first … Continue reading “A paradise island”?
via Daily Prompt From one of my previous post, you may have understood that I am Mauritian who is of Indian descent. I don't really know who was the first of my ancestors who came to Mauritius from India, and I don't even know from which city they came from but one thing is for … Continue reading Telugu language and culture
We often take things and people in our life for granted. They are so much of a constant in our lives that we think that they are going to be here all our lives. I always take the weather for granted wherever I am. If it is summer, I always crib about how it's too … Continue reading Being Grateful
Iworld this year was a smaller event than last year’s but as always, everyone enjoyed themselves just as much or maybe more. This year I represented my country, Mauritius at the iworld and thus it was more memorable. However, since I am also a Rotaractor, I also helped the Rotaract Suzhou booth. The day before … Continue reading Iworld
It is not easy to live away from your loved ones, in a new environment with new rules and a new culture. But despite the cultural differences, you get used to the new way of life. Here are few things I like and dislike.
I look like an Indian, speak a weird language which is neither English nor French but I use English and French words in my sentences and I am considered African. Where am I from? What if I say that I am from the land of the dodos? People are often confused about where I come … Continue reading My Country