Rich Vs Poor in Haiti

Haiti Business - Reginald Boulos wants to reopen his Delimart Supermarkets within 24 months

A few weeks after loosing millions of dollars in his Delimart supermarket chains vandalized and set on fire during a violent protest weekend in Haiti, businessman Reginald Boulos says he is not giving up. HBoulos comes up with a plan to reopen all his Delimart stores within 24 months.

VIDEO - Reginald Boulos Haiti interview : There are no rich people in Haiti, he says

Watch this video... Big Haitian businessman Reginald Boulos (DELIMART) gave an exclusive interview where he explains his rags to riches story and says some things that you may or may not agree with about life in Haiti, rich vs poor, and more...

Haitian Politics : What is "Politique de Doublure" does it still exist?

You want to know how deeply rooted Haiti's political problem is and its relationship with the dominant class? Read this... "Politique de Doublure," I just found out, refers to Haitian politics from the mid 19th century where the mulattoes used black presidents as figureheads.

HAITI: Make friends with the kind of people you want to be like BUT, who wants to be a mentor in this country?

When I was younger, I was given this advice: Make friends with the kind of people you want to be like. It is good advice but, in Haiti, it doesn't seem to work if your intention is to find a great mentor to help you in your path to success.

Haiti - Rich vs Pov : "Neg Sa CHAJE LAJAN" Kisa sa vle di ekzakteman?

Haitiens an nou pale... Plizyè fwa nou tande yon moun ap di "Nèg Sa CHAJE LAJAN" pandan se tan, si ou se yon pwòch nèg yap pale de li a, ou ka konnen ke li gen yon bèl razeur nan dengounn li... Dapre ou, Kisa sa vle di lè yon Haitien di OU CHAJE LAJAN?

Haiti: The Rich Vs The Poor - Who Leaves? Who Stays?

Someone once told me this: If you see poor people running in one direction, don't ask, start running the other direction. BUT...

Can Port-au-Prince Haiti EVER Have A Paradise Caribbean Look?

I need your opinion on this... There is an underlying social issue in Haiti that makes it impossible for a city like Port-au-Prince to have a developed Caribbean look, paradise as they call it, unless some people cry foul play... What is it you ask? Keep on reading...