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Question: How they could immigrate themselves up there? Have a...

Question: How they could immigrate themselves up there? Have a legal status and they could do whatever they wanted to in positive way?? Please.. more »

It's really a great opportunity for haitians to discover and...

It's really a great opportunity for haitians to discover and explore the world. But i wish they ain"t do it like they did over chile. Because we... more »

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Sorry for the lack of news reporting. I've been sick the past couple of weeks

I have to apologize to you for not reporting the news the past couple of weeks. It is because I've been sick. I hope to recover soon to continue to...

Cremas: Haiti's Holiday Beverage - It's like eggnog but a million times better, author said Cremas: Haiti's Holiday Beverage - It's like eggnog but a million times better, author said

What a way to describe Cremas... I love this delicious Haitian Holiday beverage but I don't think I could've came up with a better description...

Have you ever tried water fasting? Have you ever tried water fasting?

I just found out about water fasting, drinking only water for 7 days or more. I am tempted to try it but I've never fasted a single day of my life...

Haitian Photo Stories...

PHOTO: Depute Fred Pitton Hinche Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean PHOTO: Depute Fred Pitton Hinche Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean

Gade photo saa... Haiti - Ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque du diocese de Hinche jounen Samedi 02 Juillet 2016 la... Look at this...

PHOTO: Depute Fred Pitton, Hinche Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean PHOTO: Depute Fred Pitton, Hinche Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean

Gade photo saa... Haiti - Ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque du diocese de Hinche jounen Samedi 02 Juillet 2016 la... Look at this...

Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English) Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English)

Haitians call it Powo in Creole, Poireau in French, but in English this vegetable is called Leek. Leek/Poireau adds the following nutrients to your...