So, I just returned from spending a little more than three weeks in France. For you, if you’re a “typical” foreigner, France might be this amazing place you dream of visiting (unless you’ve already done it), or instead, if you’re an idiot loser, you may think that it is […]

In France


  The things you find in Japan…   I understand the customer’s side of Engrish (I even asked some people to confirm): they just don’t care about what’s written. They don’t even bother trying to know what that means. It’s the manufacturer’s side that confuses me a bit. I assume […]

Obey Propaganda



    This white tiger lives in the zoo of Beauval in France.     White tigers are very rare in the wild. The last one that was observed was in the 50’s in India. (only white Bengal tigers have been observed, not other species)     All white tigers […]

White Tiger


  I try to stay away from non-French politics on this blog, but what’s have been happening in the United States recently is extremely worrisome for everyone. American citizens, but the whole world really. However, today I won’t speak about the elephant in the room (or rather the nasty blond […]

Republican Healthcare Bill in the United States



  If you’re interested in Paris or in French history, you have most likely heard of the Hôtel des Invalides. Located in the 7th Arrondissement of Paris, this very large complex of buildings dates from the late 17th Century (when Louis XIV reigned). Its original purpose was to house the […]

Hôtel des Invalides


  Bamboo Circles   If you want to know more, especially what they are for, the answer is there.    

Bamboo Circles




    Blâmont is a small village in Meurthe-et-Moselle in Northeastern France. I don’t really know anything about it, except that my grandfather’s cousin stopped there at some point during World War One and sent that postcard to his family. (trying to find a similar contemporary view on the village […]

Blâmont