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Forget-Me-Not

December 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

When I was a child I measured my steps With bright flowers on the narrow Shortcuts to school. Two flowers I still remember: The sunflower at the start of my journey. It’s petals like the sun lit my way I touched it not for fear I wou

For Junction Here: A Poem in Cameroon Pidgin English

May 06, 2016 | 0 Comments

By © Joyce Ashuntantang Anytime I shidon for this place All ting wey I di see na ya face Na for dis junction I be used to see ya heart; As I be want make we be You no be ever gree me I touch Ya own tightit be too much I go beg; loo

Two Poems in Kenyang at Hartford Loves Poetry Event- Connecticut, USA

June 04, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Draft English Translation of Poems:

ASO (ASHUM): My Ancestral Home

Aso, my ancestral home in Cameroon Aso, at the foot of Apiong[i] You are rooted in my heart Until the

Aha chi Water? Aha chi Blood?

December 09, 2019 | 13 Comments

I was about 14 years old when my father concretized the lesson on family bonds. It happened during the long holidays in Cameroon when students spend over three months at home, from June to September. True to my teenage self, I decided to sew a stylis

Book Review: My Journey by Teih Belinda Nungse

August 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Book Title: My Journey Category: Non-Fiction (autobiography) Author:  Teih Belinda Nungse Publisher: Page Publishing Inc. Publishing Date: 2019 My Journey by Teih Belinda Nungse is a detailed “no holds barred” memoir of

English 110 Draft:  A Story about a Humanitarian Gone too Soon!

April 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

 For Victor Pungong, April 11th 1967- May 9th 2007
By Joyce Ashuntantang What you have heard is true. She stepped into my office cradling her folder in her bosom. Her pink boots

A Journey into Statelessness?

January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

    Joyce Ashuntantang, Ph.D.

I grew up speaking English in Cameroon. In fact, I was born into English and never considered it a foreign language. I was also bo

Dr. Joyce Ashuntantang’s Birthday Celebration Part 2

November 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

"Highlights of Part2 of Dr Joyce Ashuntantang's Golden Birthday Celebration in New-York City. The First Part of the celebration was a sightseeing lunch cruise on the Bateaux, New York." [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-_niV2KkDA[/embed]

English 110 Draft:  A Story about a Humanitarian Gone too Soon!

April 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

 For Victor Pungong, April 11th 1967- May 9th 2007
By Joyce Ashuntantang What you have heard is true. She stepped into my office cradling her folder in her bosom. Her pink boots

A Journey into Statelessness?

January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

    Joyce Ashuntantang, Ph.D.

I grew up speaking English in Cameroon. In fact, I was born into English and never considered it a foreign language. I was also bo

Jacob Nguni: His pen was as fluent as his guitar

May 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Joyce Ashuntantang The world got to know him as the gifted lead guitarist responsible for the “singing guitar” in Prince Nico Mbarga's hit song "Sweet Mother". His name also entered the psyche of a generation when Prince Nico Mbarga present