First Impressions

Publish by : Lian Teresa Hickey

Finally after the longest journey from Canada I made it to Lilongwe Malawi. The two days of orientation flew by. We received a lots of information, had language and culture training, tried local food and went on a city tour. While many of the locals here speak English, Lilongwe’s local language is Chichewa. After our lesson I learned “Muli Bwanji” means “Hello, how are you?” and “Zikomo” means “Thanks”. I also tried some local rice, lentils and beans, similar to a mild Indian curry.

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