Nothing paske yo gen tro fon nan diaspora epi fok gen travay...

Stephanie Julien - May 30 2012, 9:15 PM

nothing paske yo gen tro fon nan diaspora epi fok gen travay pou etudyan sa yo tounen si pa gen anyen nan peyi a tou normal poum kitel.

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