Ever heard of a miraculous phrase called as “balanced life”? Indeed you have and almost all of us think it to be an unattainable goal. Being synchronous in your private and practical life is one hell of a job. And if somebody is as professionally diversified as our latest CEOMOM Model Garcelle Beauvais is, it’s essential for us to get some tips from her in this regard.
Miss Haiti Raquel Pelissier gives aspiring beauty queens some advice on CNN Philippines’ LIVE Facebook interview video. She says, “If you have a heart if you have a vision if you have determination, that’s all it takes to be Miss Universe.”
Watch this new video of Naïka singing the popular Haitian song “Papa Gede (Bel Gason)”
Naïka says she’s very excited to finally release something like this! “So glad to be able to perform a song that portrays my mother’s culture and my deep love and connection with Haiti. It is a land of sunshine, good music creativity and artistic talent on every level. Hope you enjoy our version of Papa Gede.”
Haitian actress, director Gessica Geneus’ first book “Yon Ti Koze AK Se M” is now available to purchase online.
In “Yon ti koze ak se m”, Gessica Geneus shares her personal experiences and approaches to the art of living. The book also explores her reflections: on the subject of love, on the spirit and finally on building relationships with society and others.
Miss Colombia, Miss France, and Miss Haiti were named the top 3 at the 2017 Miss Universe pageant which was held at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines on Sunday, January 29. Miss Haiti, Raquel Pelissier, was named first runner-up, while France’s Iris Mittenaere was crowned Miss Universe 2016.
International singer, songwriter, composer Emeline Michel is trying to finance her new film “Emeline Passionately,” a documentary about her wonderful journey, her struggles, and her triumphs in the Haitian music industry.
“Through this story, I hope to inspire and remind this next generation that they can transcend all the limitations when follow their hearts. I hope to affirm that everything is possible when you trust,” the singer said in her Indiegogo campaign.
Emeline Michel, born in Gonaïves, is a Haitian singer who has been called “The Joni Mitchell of Haiti.” Her songs merge native Haitian compas and rara music with jazz, pop, bossa nova, and samba. She’s a well accomplished dancer, versatile vocalist, songwriter and producer. She sang a version of Jimmy Cliff’s Many Rivers to Cross at Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief.