Strike for more than a week in a row, c'est normal, c'est la France! Yesterday, I finally knew how it feels to be a victim of the typical French strike (read: la grève). Since the labour law project (le projet de la loi El-Khomri) was announced on February 2016, strike is becoming a weekly basis… Continue reading Strike
Having a house warming party has been known as a part of culture in France when you just move into new residence. We called it "la pendaison de crémaillère". It is actually a perfect occasion for the hosts not only to present their new home or apartment to their friends, but also to make a… Continue reading To-do-list when hosting a housewarming party
Again, palm oil is being an object during the French senate debate earlier this year, after the draft bill project has been clearly rejected by The National Assembly's social affairs commission in 2013. This time, it was presented by environmentalists senators Aline Archimbaud, Gattolin André, Marie-Christine Blandin, Ronan Dantec and Joel Labbé, the amendment sets… Continue reading why they treat palm oil as an enemy?
Just right after Paris attacks on 13th of November 2015, French President, François Hollande declared "state of emergency" in France. Some of you might throw some questions; like for examples: What does it mean? What is the impact to the people who lives in France, for the citizen or non-citizen? Can we travel across the… Continue reading What does “state of emergency” mean?
I still could not believe my self about what had happened in Paris on Friday, 13th November 2015. I was watching football on the telly at that moment, I just noticed nearly one hour after the first attack in Stade de France and Bataclan concert venue. The news told us that at least 13… Continue reading Please simply respect our grieving.