L’Exploration Inversée dans Grands Reportages

Invited by our reporter, Marc Dozier, two Papuans – Polobi Palia et Mundeya Kepanga – travelled through France during four months. In a way similar to French writer Montesquieu’s Persian Letters, they have an inquisitive, full of wisdom and humour glimpse into our world and its contradictions. A great expedition related in a documentary scheduled for broadcasting in January on the Canal+ channel.

Le long long voyage

Available today in all French libraries: the book ‘The Long Long voyage’ which relates, in pictures, the first travel in France of our Papuan friends. In a way similar to French writer Montesquieu’s Persian Letters, they have a funny and philosophical glimpse into our world and its contradictions. Unidentified book, this piece is available in all the good bookstores. You can also buy it on this website (go to the Shop section), on www.amazon.fr or www.fnac.com.

Exhition at Postal Museum • Paris

A great exhibit at the Museum de la Poste in Paris relates the surprising journey of our three friends Polobi, Mundeya and Philip KC in France. A funny travel book displaying their rather mad and initiatory voyage (‘Longlong’ in Papuan)

Musée de la Poste – 34, boulevard de Vaugirard – 75015 Paris – Contact : 01 42 79 24 24 – www.museedelapposte.fr Saturday the 14th of January at 3pm: Conference with Marc Dozier in the auditorium of the Musée de La Poste (free entry).