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- We don’t need Oil or Gas. We have Vinegar.
- MA Dissertation on Prisoner Disenfranchisement
- After the Volcano
- Video Blog: Vulcano
- Sun, Rain and the Sea
- Malta is for Sale
- ECJ ruling on asylum for homosexuals
- Don’t buy Twitter shares!
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Category Archives: Malta
When I lived in Malta, I was rather surprised by how much was on sale. When I wanted to purchase a bus ticket from the vending machine, it sometimes happened that a helpful bus driver came up to me and … Continue reading
Sunsets are beautiful. If you don’t love them, something is wrong with you and you might as well get off my blog. On second thought, if something is wrong with you, maybe this blog is exactly for you. In any … Continue reading
“Big Breasts & Wide Hips”, a book by the Nobel Prize winning Chinese author Mo Yan: Big breasts and wide hips in Malta: Big breasts and wide hips in my imagination:
Now I know whom Lawrence Gonzi, Prime Minister of Malta, reminds me of:
(photographed on a visit to Buskett Gardens in Malta)
In the most complete study yet of physical activity, covering 122 countries, the people of Malta turned out to be the laziest people in the world. 72% of Maltese don’t get enough exercise, for which they would only need to … Continue reading
My assignment in Malta has come to an end and I am about to embark on the next adventure, but the people of Malta will not easily forget my stay with them. With my magnificent photos and my investigative reporting, … Continue reading
I have already reported about the Easter procession at the Maltese town of Dingli in the light of its publicly humiliating treatment of a child with Down Syndrome. But this was not the only scandal I witnessed that evening: the … Continue reading
For months, people have asked “What are you actually doing in Malta?” For months, I incessantly maintained my cover story of being a student and a tourist. At least it was a more comfortable cover story than others I had … Continue reading