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Hi, Krystina!This is Christian Sumalinog, and I am writing to you regarding your article on the Nyem Nyem Festival in Cameroon.We have a strong high school alumni homecoming held annually in my hometown Leyte in the Philippines. It is an event where classes since 1965 up to present compete with each other on assigned themes by the host class.In next year's celebration, the host class (Class 1992) chose the theme World Famous Festivals. Our class (Class 2003) was assigned to present the Nyem Nyem Festival of Cameroon. I saw your post in April 2012 about the festival and was looking to see if you have more pictures to share or videos of the festival that we can watch to see how it can be best portrayed. The festival is not as easy to research on as the other festivals so this is a little challenging for our class. We don't have an idea on how the music sounds and how the dance movements should be. I hope you could help us especially that you have been there and was able to observe the festival first hand. We would gladly appreciate any information that you can share with us.Thank you in advance!Sincerely,Christian SumalinogMy email address is firstname.lastname@example.org(For some reasons, the message box on this page doesn't allow me to send the message when I hit on send so I had to post my message as a comment instead.)
Hi! I am Nerissa, a Filipino living in Italy. Together with my husband, Giuseppe, we are creating a website that talks about the lives of all those living in a country other than the one where they were born. Thru PeopleAbroad.org we intend to increase connections, awareness, and understanding among people.We would like to ask you to write your story (where you live and how you decided to live your life abroad) – example: https://www.peopleabroad.org/nerissa-filipino-living-in-italy/ -and contribute as an author to the website by writing your own posts with photos and videos. All your posts can be externally linked to your personal websites, blogs, Facebook pages, Twitter account, and/or anything else you like.To become an author, it is not necessary to live in a different country from where you were born, but simply to know a bit of the world by having lived, studied, or traveled abroad. Please, sign up to our website at https://www.peopleabroad.org/register/ and send all your files with things you would like to share (your story or your posts) by email to people(at)peopleabroad(dot)org. In case of big files, send them by WETRANSFER.Since this website is still under construction, we do not have yet made it available to search engines for indexation. So, to access it, just type www.PeopleAbroad.org. We are just starting and that is why your help is essential. We would love to see you onboard!All the best,NerissaPeopleAbroad.org