Monthly Archive: June, 2009

Starting the “Fête de la Musique” Celebration in Antananarivo With a Carnival

Like more than a hundred coutries in the World, Madagascar also celebrated the “Fête de la Musique”. The Commune Urbaine d’Antananarivo, sponsored by Telma, organized a carnival for the occasion which passed through… Continue reading

The Green-white-red Flag Issue

Like I said in my previous post, June 26 is the celebration of Madagascar’s Independence Day. Malagasy people usually start to raise the green-white-flag in about 10 days before the D day. A… Continue reading

Traumas from the Political Unrest

I remember in January when it all started with the famous “Black Monday”, the “chief Fokontany”, the first responsable of our neighbourhood called for an immediate gathering of all above-18 male from each… Continue reading

Rest in peace Safidy

On my way home last wednesday, I received a text from a Tolotra saying that Safidy, our old friend, just passed. The three of us used to be classmates for 4 years at… Continue reading