Once upon a time … CultureFemme

Minsili ZANGA : "Assurer la direction éditoriale dans les thématiques Culture & Beauté, une passion jamais démentie. Ici, devant un numéro du magazine CultureFemme. Retrouvez-moi désormais sur DZALEU.COM, magazine trilingue Ekang, Français, Anglais"

It was early 2000s, the beginnings of Internet for the layman. And already, were all the promises of this tool. To offer the world and afford the world without barriers! It was difficult for the young African woman newly settled in Europe that I was not to seize such an opportunity! That of being able … Lire l’article…Once upon a time … CultureFemme

Yaounde’s City!

A view of Yaounde from Mount Febe, one of the 7 hills of the Cameroonian capital

A little moment of hesitation when came the time to choose visuals to illustrate my « inspirations » chapter : should I take a flower whose grace shines behind the lens, a sunset, a face full of expression or a book ? Finally, I opted for two images of Ongóla (Yaounde), my birth’s city. Why ? Because … Lire l’article…Yaounde’s City!

The Short story, a faithful friend

minsili-zanga-la-nouvelle-ce-genre-litteraire-amie-photo©Freepik à titre d’illustration uniquement

If Short story did not exist? The hypothesis that anybody who loves literature does not wish to imagine. Indeed, if this well-established literary genre named Short story did not exist, the passionate of words which do not always have the time to write a whole novel, would be very unfortunate! This is a thought that … Lire l’article…The Short story, a faithful friend

From reader to author

Point de vue sur Minsilizanga.com

How did I get to the written word? It’s a long story, I leave it to @Lalettre who had devoted to me years ago an article, to tell you a few snippets about it : « Born in 1973 in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon, Julienne ZANGA, after her literary BAC, pursued studies in Social Sciences … Lire l’article…From reader to author

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