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Tribute to Surinamese writer and poet Astrid Roemer

A post by Peter Jordens.

Johan Janssen reports for the Caribbean Literature Working Group in the Netherlands that Stichting Cimaké Foundation recently organized a literary and cultural evening in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in honor of writer and poet Astrid H. 229 more words


God zij met ons Suriname * translation in blogpost

* God be with our Suriname.

God zij met ons Suriname (God be with our Suriname fist line of the national anthem) as election day in Suriname gets closer the national anthem or more so the first line of the national anthem keeps playing over and over in my head. 243 more words



In my last post I talked about the Fashion school (Modevakschool Grootfaam) I attended (but had to quit).

I’ve learned a lot the year I spend there and it will (already) help me to take my sewing and drafting skills to the next level! 387 more words


Back Online

It’s been a while since my last post and I wasn’t sure if I wanted to continue with the blog.

A lot has happened since April 20th 2013 and I don’t really know where to start! 480 more words


The Western Frontier

One of cricket’s major problems, for which the ICC is totally responsible, is their failure to grow the game in countries outside of the Full Members. 747 more words


Recipes: Piccalilli

Piccalilli: The Oxford English Dictionary traces the word to the middle of the 18th century when, in 1758, Hannah Glasse described how “to make Paco-Lilla, or India Pickle”.  743 more words

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Heroes: André Kamperveen - Suriname's Man of the People

In the first of our Heroes series, The Home of Caribbean Football remembers the fascinating career of one of Suriname’s all-time greats, André Kamperveen, who was brutally killed by a military dictatorship in the 1982 December Murders… 2,390 more words