Monthly Archives: November 2010

Technical exchange meeting

The reporting is a bit late since this happened in October, but anyway: what kept me (very) busy the first half of October was the organisation of a ‘technical exchange meeting’. On October 19th, around 50 people from 30 different organisations came … Continue reading

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On the walls: part 3

A few more, I took these this week.    Digicel is one of the two main telecom providers here, and an extreme practitioner of marketing. Basically, it’s everywhere: on the walls, on the radio, as a sponsor of most big events.. What … Continue reading

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On the walls: part 2

My mom was here last month, and she is in general a better photographer, with a better camera, and less shy about taking pictures than me – so the next few posts will include her photos, as these three below to continue … Continue reading

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On the walls: part 1

There is a lot of life on the walls in Port-au-Prince: (election) graffiti, election posters, graffiti art, the label from the Ministry of Public Works and Construction to say whether the building is safe to live in or not after … Continue reading

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When you don’t know

“…I would like to beg you … to have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language. Don’t search … Continue reading

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