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Les articles de la rubrique "Portrait"
11 kilometres north-west of Cayenne, a light suspended between the water and the sky sweeps its beam across the ocean. This is the Enfant Perdu lighthouse. Seen from the continent, the arch holding up the jetty gives the islet an intriguing silhouette. This arch was built to support a long...
Monday9 April2012
By philb

The seventy-six-year-old Mr. Ya Saï Po arrived in French Guiana with the first Hmong refugees and is now the last skilled craftsmen to forge traditional Hmong knives. We met him in his forge behind his family home in Cacao. From Laos… It was in the mountains to the north of Laos that Mr....
Sunday8 April2012
By Propos recueillis par Christelle Delgrange, traduction Tchia Le Vessier

“An hour after I was born everybody was already calling me Toutoune”. Which makes sense since in French, Toutoune is the female version of Toto which is the diminutive for Antoine. Toutoune’s Christian names are in fact Antoine Joseph Cyprien, and so it comes as no surprise that she is...
Sunday25 March2012
By Gwenaël Quenette et Hélène Salomon.

You could call him "the last of the Saramaka”, though in fact he is better known by the name of Papa Taki, and the final survivor of a period when the Approuague was peopled by the Saramaka. During the great Rosewood period there were nearly 400 of them living on...
Sunday19 February2012
By M.Bachelet

29 January 2012 0
French Guiana is a secretive and rugged place, as well as being home to the land of some arresting personalities. One such person is SUSKY, pilot, artist, adventure, and freethinker. Mention his name and a welter of colourful images spring to mind, though it is hard to pin down this...
Sunday29 January2012
By A.R