Saluton from the Radaro Report! This week in North-American Esperantujo, Esperantists made Youtube videos, memes, discussed words and books, and met together. Here are some of the creative highlights.
Esperanto USA publish another issue of Usona Esperantisto.
Much news was shared to their Facebook and Twwitter accounts. Also, new membership options are out. Plesase renew and support Esperannto USA at : https://www.esperanto-usa.org/en
ESF and CED publish another edition of IpI and IfI
The Esperantic Studies Foundation (ESF) and the Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems (CED) publish the fourth edition in 2019 of Information for Interlinguists (IfI) and Informilo por Interlingvistoj (IpI).
Esperanto Film Contest
The deadline for submitting an entry to the film contest is 15 December 2019. This film contest is sponsored by China Radio International and the Universala Esperanto-Asocio. The theme is: “My Group, My City” with the goal to spread knowledge about Esperanto groups and culture via a two to ten minute short video.
First prize is EUR 500 towards travel to the World Esperanto Congress in Montreal in August 2020.
Click here for the contest details: : uea.org/gk/822a1
This adorable meme, is about Duncan Charters. It says, “I don’t know everything, but when I say something, people pay attention.”
Steven Lacher shared this pun on Esperantaj Memeoj
The Heart of Esperanto
The heart of Esperanto is the people who desire interconnection with each other. We create to communicate our hopes, perceptions, and jokes to each other. We can inspire each other and help each other learn.
Lots of events are coming up. Radaro seeks reporters. Must love travel, adventure, stories, friends, and Esperanto. If this is you, and you have photos or stories to share, please write email@example.com