Guyanese Online Newsletter – May 2010

Guyanese Online Newsletter

Guyanese Online – May 2010 < click to download

In This Issue:

  • Pg01-  Award: President Jagdeo gets highest UN award.: Masthead Picture:  Kaieteur Falls with links.
  • Pg02- Editorial;   “On the street where I lived” by Peter Halder;   BBC radio program on Race (listen)
  • Pg03- Tourism News Items;  List and links of  Hotels. Eco-lodges and tour companies in Guyana.
  • Pg04 – Guest Editorial – “Tourism Policy”
  • Pg05 – Pg06   – Guyana News: including a list of news links
  • Pg07- Commentary – “The Bartica Triangle- Door to the Interior”  by Peter Ramsaroop.
  • Pg08 – Associations – Queen’s College Alumni- Toronto Chapter –
  • Pg09 – Pg10 –  Associations– News
  • Pg11 – Arts and Culture – “Tastes Like Home”
  • Pg12 – Arts and Culture – News
  • Pg13 – Business – “Leadership and Vision” by William (Bill) King
  • Pg14 – Historical: Historic New Amsterdam
  • Pg15 – Historical: The Arrival of the Chinese in British Guiana
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  • Slater J  On 05/09/2010 at 4:13 am

    Great Job Cyril! Again, you have tapped into the appetite of Guyanese who hunger and thirst for the broad view of what’s happening around us these days.
    I will be in Guyana for about three weeks (June 15 to July 9, 2010) staying in Vigilance for the most part and exploring Guyana like I never did before.
    Certainly, I wish to return to the States to be part of the Maryland Festival, July 10.

    Again, best wishes to you and your editorial staff.

  • Ken Corsbie  On 05/11/2010 at 9:58 am

    to Cyril Bryan
    date Mon, May 10, 2010
    subject Re: Guyanese Online Newsletter – May 2010

    Your site getting better and better.

    Ken Corsbie .. is .. “Caribbean Voices”

  • Arthur  On 05/15/2010 at 12:59 am

    Subject: Guyanese Online Newsletter – April 2010
    Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2010

    This is a most informative newletter and I would strongly suggest that everyone who receives this email subscribe to receiving the newsletter (It is FREE). Of course it would help me too as I would not ave to forward it to you every month!! Feel free to contribute to the blog as well after reading other comments posted there.



  • Colin Stephenson  On 05/15/2010 at 3:45 pm

    Sat, May 15, 2010 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Cyril,

    I’ve read your last issue of May’s Newsletter and find it very interesting. You cover almost every aspect of Caribbean topics, more so on what goes on in Guyana.

    With this in mind, I must say a special “THANK YOU” for mentioning the Guyana Jamboree Event in Nov.2-9,2010.

    I’ve had a few calls from Trinidad from people looking to find out if they can also get the package from Trinidad as well. The answer is “Yes”. The same goes for Barbados or any other country in the Caribbean or elsewhere.

    They just need to call in and we can work something out considering the cost effective from that particular country. That can include the same advantages the package is offering to others.

    Please feel free to contact me if there is any questions you may need to have clarified. You’re doing a very good job with your newsletter. Keep it up.

    Thanks again

    Colin Stephenson
    Stephenson’s Eco Tours

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