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Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Kimbweka, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. Kimbweka

    Kimbweka JF-Expert Member

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    Hapo sasa kwa sisi waswahili hiyo nembo ya shop ni balaa............
     
  2. Sikonge

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    Hahahaaa, Mambo ya Beshiktash (Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü). Mambo ya Baturuki bana.....
     
  3. St. Paka Mweusi

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    Hao ni wamiliki wa hilo duka mkuu,na hicho ni kifupisho cha majina yao,mmoja anaitwa Marlin na mwingine anaitwa Vincent kama sijakosea,duka kama hilo niliwahi kulikuta Ujerumani pia...
     
  4. LexAid

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    Nimeona Jeans na Cadets za hawa designers sehemu jingi tuu around the world. Inaelekea hayanuki haya!
     
  5. Safari_ni_Safari

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  6. Viol

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    Hapa ndani ya airport au nafananisha.
     
  7. sikafunje.N

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    Duh, hii kali 'kinyesi'!
     
  8. Ndallo

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  9. Kigogo

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    ndo manake hakuna kuchimba dawa tutawafungia leseni za mabasi yenu
     
  10. Money Stunna

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    niliwai ona malaysia na singapore,asa malaysia wameandika DENDA 500,kumbe kwao DENDA ni FINE apo ndio nikajua lugha gongana
     
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    niliwai ona malaysia na singapore,asa malaysia wameandika DENDA 500,kumbe kwao DENDA ni FINE apo ndio nikajua lugha gongana
     
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    kama ya tanzania!
     
  13. MziziMkavu

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    Unajuwa nini maana ya neno Mavi Jeans? Blue Jeans maana yake, Turkey kuna baadhi ya maneno huko nyumbani ni matusi matupu hayafai hata kuwekwa hapa wazi Safari_ni_Safari
     
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  14. MziziMkavu

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    na hii je imekaaje?
     

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    [​IMG]Mama ****: One Woman, Two Cultures[​IMG]






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    Mama ****: One Woman, Two Cultures

    Author: Deborah Carlyon



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    **** Kelage, daughter of a Chimbu chieftain, was there when the world changed. From her quiet mountain village in the New Guinea Highlands, she took change by the hand and led it.

    **** defied tradition and married a white Australian. With her precious golden child, Ba, she travelled beyond the boundaries of her home to enter a modern world. This remarkable story of Mama **** is told by Ba's daughter with love and humour, and with the insight of the colonised. It tells the wonder of one woman's journey through two cultures.

    'Deborah Carlyon's strength is to tell the story with a clarity and toughness that avoids the nostalgic, the accusations, or the romantic ... a remarkable social document and a significant contribution to post-colonial literature.' - Judges' Report Queensland Premier's Literary Awards
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