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Greetings 2017!

Monday, January 2nd, 2017



Portlwi by light (02-04 dec 2016)

Sunday, December 18th, 2016




Monday, February 8th, 2016


Long time no see no hear! *Cough!

Well i take this opportunity to wish all my friends a happy chinese new year of the fire  monkey and best wishes for the year to come!

On another note, there is a special bulletin issued as from 1230 pm whereby dodoland and Rodrigues will be hit by heavy rains and strong winds. The warning will hold till tomorrow 1700 hrs. There will be no school tomorrow, apart for the university of Mauritius where it will be business as usual.


Merry xmas!

Monday, December 24th, 2012

“Women zhu ni shengdan kuaile

Women zhu ni shengdan kuaile

Women zhu ni shengdan kuaile

zhu ni xinnian kuaile

Women zhu ni shengdan kuaile

Women zhu ni shengdan kuaile

Women zhu ni shengdan kuaile

zhu ni xinnian kuaile

Ba xixun daidao mei yi ge jiaoluo

Ba xinnian de xixun daigei nimen he wo”

Zhu ni men shengdan kuaile. Xiwang shengdan laoren dai lai hen duo liwu.


Glory to thee!!

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Happy independence day Motherland!! May your health be good!! May plenty of rain fall!  Happy celebrations!!


Saturday, December 25th, 2010

?????? Buon Natale, Joyeux noel, Merry Xmas!!!

Glory to thy land!

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Greetings!! Happy 42th independence and 18th republic anniversary to our dodo land! May your wish and dreams come true! muflag.jpg

Happy new year!

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

May this year bring good fortune, health and prosperity to all of you!! Xing nian kwai le!card.jpg

Time flies!

Thursday, February 8th, 2007

How time flies!! It seems like yesterday when everyone is sending his wishes on new year. Now i still can’t realise that chinese new year is next week. Reached mid february already!! One month already off! As usual, there will be the haphazard cracking of fireworks, and the greetings to elders, and food… Colleagues will be asking for gato la cire, pawncrackers, and gato cravate. I once chatted with a friend in Montreal about events organised for the chinese new year. It seems that it is only here in Mauritius and (eventually china and the rest) that this event is quite lively. I think that in western countries where mauritians have settled, residents could hardly make a say of their religious festivities and beliefs, let alone a private gathering. So is there a better place than home??

Happy new year 2007!

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Today is the last day of work for 2006. Will resume work in seven days.  Hopefully, can leave early. Have some last minutes shopping to do. Anyway! Wish you all a happy new year 2007! Happy blogging!