Latest posts by Ophélie Guenaud
GV : Tell us more about yourself? DN : I was born on 18 November 1996 at Mbalmayo, department capital of Nyong and So'o in the Centre Region of Cameroon. After passing my A-levels in Literature and Philosophy at Mbalmayo-Oyack College in 2013, I chose to do a Bachelor's degree...
"Moreover, translators get to have their names at the top of the article, which is gratifying and useful when building a portfolio!"
"I believe that life was created to make an impact and change others. In a way, every GV contributor brings something to someone at the other end of the world."
"I find it fascinating how some knowledge is spread once this “language barrier” is broken."
"I was astonished by the mutual assistance in the group. There is no competition, everyone adds their own touch to the GV project."
"Keep translating things in what you believe and talk about GV with your friends and relatives to share this source information with as many people as possible. . ."
"Practice makes perfect. Translate. Translate every day. You won’t be able to improve your skills if you don’t practice translating regularly."
Global Voices is "a window on the world. Both through its contributors and the topics we write about."
"The thing that motivates me to translate for GV is that we're free to choose the stories that interest us and that talk about topics we care about..."