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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Bino and Fino was featured in the article ‘7 African Animations You Should Know and their Creators’ in the global African pop culture blog Afripop. The good thing about this article is that you get a glimpse of what going … Continue reading
It’s Children’s Day in Nigeria today. I actually thought Children’s Day was celebrated on the same day internationally. It turns out I was wrong. We celebrate it in Nigeria on the 27th of May but other countries do so on … Continue reading
Here’s the second part in the series about the creation of the Nigerian Bino and Fino educational cartoon project. The 1st part can be located here. I’m going to talk about the decisions made about the production method and … Continue reading
Happy Africa Day guys. Tell the kids! Actually they probably know already. 🙂 Ok hands up who didn’t know it was Africa Day today? I’ll admit it I had no idea and I live here!
Ok it‘s finally happened Sesame Street is here in Nigeria! Wohooooo!! Or is it a case for wohoooing? Right first of all I have to tell you all that this will be one the most confused posts I’m going to … Continue reading
When African parents emigrate to countries such as the U.S. and U.K. the different cultural customs can cause problems. Especially when it comes to raising children in the new host country.
‘Should Africans do sci-fi?’ ‘It’s not in our culture’ I always get surprised and angry when I hear similar questions or statements. This is especially so when it comes from Africans ourselves.