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5 best coffee spots in Dili

Those of you who have passed by a cursory glance at this blog likely know I love nothing more than taking myself out for a solo coffee date in Dili (usually with a book placed strategically beside me, which I inevitably ignore in favour of my phone). 549 kata lagi

Timor-Leste

White girls get anxiety,

If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen that Felix and I made a spontaneous decision over breakfast late on Friday to drive down to a town called Same, pronounced… 1.205 kata lagi

Timor-Leste

FOR THE WORLD CUP

‘Hey listen,
I like Argentina.’
‘You like Brazil?‘
‘He likes France.’
‘She likes Germany.’
‘We like Italy…’
‘You like Mexico?’
‘They like Portugal.’
‘Each of us with our preferences, right?’ 109 kata lagi

East Timor's present and future leaders keep its ASEAN aspiration alive

Despite their political differences, outgoing and incoming leadership of East Timor said that its bid to become the 11th member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a mutual goal that they continue to strive. 595 kata lagi

General

Who Will Be Timor-Leste’s New Prime Minister?

Taur Matan Ruak, rather than Xanana Gusmao, is expected to be appointed the country’s new premier. 1.220 kata lagi

Opinion & Columns

Healthy Eating...No More Diets...Obesity ... The Cook Islands and Timor Leste.

Welcome back to Carol’s Bootcamp…I can’t think why I called it that as this is not about being on a diet but Healthy Eating  I know some people like structure but at some point you will either get fed up with the restrictions of the said diet  pile the pounds back on or spend the rest of your life eating foods which you don’t really enjoy but they are supposed to be good for you…  821 kata lagi

Timor Leste is no Failing State but 11th ASEAN Member-in-Waiting

June 8, 2018

Timor Leste is no Failing State but 11th ASEAN Member-in-Waiting

by Bobby Anderson

http://www.newmandala.org/timor-leste-no-failing-state/

Dili Waterfront Monument to East Timor’s Independence

After nearly a year of political deadlock following the 2017 parliamentary elections, on 12th May Timor-Leste’s citizens elected a new government, with Xanana Gusmao the likely new Prime Minister. 2.291 kata lagi

Politics