7 thoughts on “Dicton Populaire Camerounais / Popular Say in Cameroon

  1. Very creative proverb. I might start using it in conversations when necessary. Thanks for sharing some of that Cameroonian wisdom.

    Speaking of Cameroon, I actually mentioned that country in a Top 7 list about countries I want to see fantasy and sci-fi movies/series from: https://iridiumeye.wordpress.com/2021/05/04/top-7-countries-i-want-to-see-fantasy-or-sci-fi-works-from/ I think you’ll appreciate it and there are some other African nations on that list.

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    1. I love your list… it is very good… I had never thought of making Sci-Fi or fantasy movies from the Solomon Islands, Ecuador, Bhutan… I love the ideas for Ethiopia, Cameroon and Congo, there is so much wealth of stories… it is amazing… we should definitely talk more

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      1. Thanks! I never thought about those countries being featured in a fantasy or sci-fi setting and I’ve been to Ecuador before. Solomon Islands would be interesting because I’ve never seen Melanesian cultures being represented in the South Pacific besides the Polynesian community, Australians, or New Zealanders for example. The Melanesian community are Black natives to Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and Papua New Guinea to name a few and some of them have natural blonde hair.

        Sure thing. There would be so many stories one could make with the mythologies and folklore. That’s not even counting original stories. I could imagine what kind of things could happen with those nations in those movies or stories.

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      2. Yes… I have always been amazed by the fact that some of the Melanesians, Austronesians, were of African descent and had blond hair. I have always loved learning about the Papua New Guinea culture, and even some of the populations of East Timor… it is so beautiful to find children and imprints of the continent all over the globe

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      3. Definitely! I did hear about the connections with the Aborigines and Melanesians. I heard the Austronesians were like that, too. Wow, I don’t think I would’ve guessed that with East Timor for example. I’ll have to look into it more.

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