Category: Ghana

  • The Ghana Blog

    The Ghana Blog – setembro de 2003 a julho de 2005. Blog com fotos e as experiências vividas no Gana nos dois anos em que moramos lá. Source: Marco

  • As semelhanças e diferenças culturais entre o Brasil e a África Ocidental

    As semelhanças e diferenças culturais entre o Brasil e a África Ocidental Marco Aurelio Schaumloeffel Depois da chegada dos navegadores portugueses ao Golfo da Guiné, na costa ocidental da África, em 1471, e ao Brasil em 1500, foi estabelecida uma ponte que ligaria culturalmente dois continentes. No Gana, antigamente chamado de Costa do Ouro, os…

  • The African contribution to Brazilian Sports

     Text for Graphic Sports – Weekend Edition 15 apr 2005 The African contribution to Brazilian Sports Last time I wrote about the huge contribution of the people of African origin in Brazilian football. Their contribution is obviously not only restricted to football, but can be extended to many other sports in Brazil. They were responsible for…

  • Informações sobre os Tabom e o Durbar por eles organizado

    Informações sobre os Tabom e o Durbar por eles organizado Visita do Presidente Lula ao Gana Marco Aurelio Schaumloeffel Leitor Brasileiro no Ghana Institute of Languages/University of Ghana desde 2003, enviado pelo MRE. Press release para repórteres e jornalistas de vários meios de comunicação brasileiros que fizeram a cobertura da visita do então Presidente Lula…

  • Tabom People will welcome President of Brazil with a durbar

     SCHAUMLOEFFEL, Marco Aurelio. Tabom People will welcome President of Brazil with a durbar. Daily Graphic, Accra, v. 149400, p. 15 – 15, 11 abr. 2005. Tabom People will welcome the President of Brazil with a durbar The Afro-Brazilian community in Ghana, known as Tabom People, will have the honour to organize a durbar to welcome…

  • The History of the Brazil House

    Text for the Daily Graphic, Accra, Ghana, 09 Apr 2005 The History of the Brazil House The History of the Brazil House is closely related to the History of the Tabom People, who returned to Ghana from Brazil in 1836. It is maybe the biggest material symbol of the importance of the Tabom People and…

  • The African contribution to Brazilian Football

    SCHAUMLOEFFEL, Marco Aurelio. The African Contribution to Brazilian Football. Graphic Sports – Weekend Edition, Accra, v. 2289, p. 10 – 11, 08 abr. 2005.   The African contribution to Brazilian Football To think of Brazilian football without African contribution is virtually impossible. We are the only nation that participated in all the World Championships ever…

  • Dash me more palaver: Portuguese words in Ghana

    A Brazilian in Ghana – IX SCHAUMLOEFFEL, Marco Aurelio. Dash me more palaver: Portuguese words in Ghana. Daily Graphic, Accra, v. 149393, p. 16 – 16, 02 abr. 2005. “Dash me more palaver”: Portuguese words in Ghana. It’s amazing to see, how many words from the Portuguese were borrowed to various Ghanaian languages. Last year,…

  • The Afro-Brazilian Religions

     A Brazilian in Ghana – VI SCHAUMLOEFFEL, Marco Aurelio. The Afro-Brazilian religions. Daily Graphic, Accra, v. 149159, p. 9 – 9, 15 jun. 2004. The Afro-Brazilian Religions When the Africans were brought to Brazil as slaves, they were not only “human machines” that worked in the plantations, as maybe wished by the Portuguese colonizers, but…

  • Tabom – The Afro-Brazilian community in Accra

     Publicado em 03.06.2004 no Daily Graphic (ISSN 0855-1529), página 14 SCHAUMLOEFFEL, Marco Aurelio. Tabom: The Afro-Brazilian community in Accra. Daily Graphic, Accra, v. 149143, p. 14 – 14, 03 jun. 2004. A Brazilian in Ghana – V   Tabom – The Afro-Brazilian community in Accra It was very strange for me as a Brazilian to…