I couldn’t choose which version to publish, so here is a succession of potential articles. You can read whichever one you feel most attracted to: there are thoughts about bubbles on campus, a wishlist for Santa, a couple of rebellious questions, a journal on my epic journey here, and finally a few numbers about international [...]
I am far from being an expert in fashion, French or otherwise, but I’ll share a few do’s and don’t’s with you…
Today, I’ll share with you a few recipes that you can use to have some French dessert at home.
Some of the desserts I’ll be speaking about will be available during the French night of the International Food Week organized by the Language Learning Center (LLC) and Goudy, from March 4th to March 9th. The others [...]
I’ve decided to have a picture-based story of my winter in America – sometimes, it captures the magic of a moment more clearly than words. So here are random images of Salem and Washington DC last month (December 11th-20th), followed by a few words about my stay in Boston (December 20th-21st) and Philadelphia (December 22nd-January [...]
TOP TEN INTERESTING THINGS / FUN FACTS ABOUT FRANCE !!!
With this issue on social life in France, there are so many things I want to tell you about that I know I will forget some of them along the way. I want to speak about chameleons, cats, bubbles, about mirrors leading to other worlds, and about a thousand other things that are important to [...]
Is France really going Green? Or is Green simply “the new black”? Is ecology the new “à la mode” thing or are we about to witness a dramatic change in the Hexagon?
With the presidential elections coming up in just seven months, the words “ecology” (“écologie”) and “sustainable development” (“développement durable”) are everywhere in [...]
Looking for an icon
I have to say that I had trouble finding a “national icon” for France. Looking at French history, several names come to mind: Jeanne d’Arc (but she is used in a political way by the far-right nowadays), Napoleon (but he was also a bit of a dictator), De Gaulle (but he’s closer [...]