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This picture was taken near a small island in Haiti showing a stunning beach.  
If you love Haitian food, you are interested in learning basic Creole, or you want to know what is going on in the Haitian community, Haitian Wiki is for you.

About the author

I am Kim, a Haitian living in the United States since 2001. I am the author of this website, and I create it to provide experts' point of views and well-researched information about Haiti.

I believe we Haitians should tell our own stories because there are too many misinformation about our beautiful country on the internet.

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What does "sak pase" mean?

Sak pase? Nap boule. Everybody uses them. They are Haitian Creole expressions. But what do they mean and how do you use them properly. In this post, I'm going to cover everything you need to know about those popular Haitian Creole expressions.


What does "sak pase" mean? "Sak pase" is a Haitian Creole greeting phrase that translates to "what's up" in English. The expected response to "sak pase" is "n'ap boule" which means "I'm fine".
You can use "Sak pase" in conversation with your friends and most people you know, but there are other Creole phrases and expressions you should try in both formal and informal situations. I mention them in the last part of this post below.
What does "nap boule" mean? "Nap boule" is a Haitian Creole phrase that translates to "I'm fine", or "I'm okay". This is the response you will give to the person who asks: "sak pase&…

Watch kanaval Haiti 2019 live online

We have seven websites you can visit right now to watch the 2019 Haitian carnaval live. You can also listen to more than 500 carnival tracks from President Martelly to Don Kato here on HaitianWiki. Just click the play button below epi mete gouyad nan ren'w.



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When is Haiti's 2019 Carnaval? Haiti national carnival is taking place maybe in Port-Au-Prince in 2019. The dates (3 jour gras) might be the 7, 8, and 9 of February 2019.

The theme for that year might be: ("Haitien ann vanse pou pi devan"). We will update you once we get the info.
7 Websites to stream Haiti Kanaval 2019 live Free To watch the 2019 carnival live on the internet below is a short list of working websites. There was no problem with the links at the time of our test. Report to me any issue you may find.

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Watch Haitian movie We Love You Anne 2 live online

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Where to watch Haitian movie We Love You Anne 2 live online? The highly anticipated sequel to “I Love You Anne” is now "We Love You Anne". “We Love You Anne” is the most popular Haitian movie of all time.

As you may have already known the first movie was adapted from a series of songs dubbed “Anne” written by Antonio Cheramy (aka Don Kato).

We Love You Anne features the same actors we saw in I love You Anne such as Tonton Bicha, Nice Simon, Don Kato, Jo Zenny, Fresnel Larosilière. We Love You Anne also added some unexpected guests such as Gessica Geneus and Reginald Bastien (Ti Régi from Djakout Mizik).

I Love You Anne is one of the most popular film Haitien ever made. As a matter of fact, after over a decade since the movies was released, “I Love You Anne” DVDs are still one of the most profitable source of income …