Curaçao’s rich cultural identity recently made it to the pages of BBC.com! The mystique surrounding the Papiamentu word “dushi’, in particular, was one of the prime focuses of an article about the island in the world-renowned broadcasting company’s “Why We Are What We Are” online travel series. The article also includes an analysis of the Curaçao people’s way of life, the island’s history, and the island’s native language, Papiamentu.
The “Why We Are What We Are” travel series is a series of articles in which journalists examine the characteristics of countries and investigate whether they are true. These articles have featured the inner intricacies of such countries as Malaysia, France, Nigeria, Hawaii, and Denmark. And Curaçao is the first Caribbean nation to be included among its destinations!
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