Saluton from Radaro! This week discover an Esperanto translation of an interesting French publication, be enchanted by the magic of memes, and enjoy creations of Esperantujo. We hope you enjoy this week’s Radaro Report!
Website of the Week: Le Monde Diplomatique
Yeah the title is in French, but just because it is well-known as the language of diplomacy doesn’t mean Esperanto can’t have a place in international affairs. Indeed, this is an Esperanto translation of the French publication that supplies news and opinion pieces on current global issues. Naturally, this likely appeals to a great percentage of Esperantists, and therefore deserves a mention on Radaro!
Maybe by Esperanto you can have both, as often abundance comes through connections with a close community. Thanks to esperantowales.wordpress.com for this week’s featured image and to the anonymous creator of the image below.
Popola Idiomo (Popido)
It’s fascinating to see how hypothetical versions of Esperanto give us a glimpse of dialectal variation when applied to contructed languages. One of these versions is known as Popido which was created by linguist Manuel Halvelik as a lower register or common speech of Esperanto. You can follow the link to read the grammar and perhaps even learn some Popido if you are so compelled!
Creations of Esperantujo
Brandon Sowers moved to Barbados! Check out his new Esperanto Youtube channel about his experience: https://www.youtube.com/user/BrandonEsperanto
Do you like to color and sing at the same time? Click the link for a printable PDF and then color it while singing along: ABC Coloring Sheet
Enjoy a new Kern podcast about ink: https://kern.punkto.info/