The Chinatown, emblematic site in Havana of great historical and heritage value, was reopened after completing the restoration works that several of its services and cultural facilities underwent.
The reopening featured a colorful traditional ceremony, which included the Lion and Dragon dances, according to Radio Reloj radio station.
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I am hearing whispers from lefties that “the ruling class is finally done with Trump.” It’s “the China stuff” that’s doing the trick. Sure, the argument goes, the corporate and financial powers that be haven’t been all that happy with Trump’s open white nationalism, racism, narcissism, and sexism. It’s not their style. But they’ve been willing to put up with Trump’s noxious nonsense because he’s rewarded them with plutocratic tax cuts and de-regulation. The presidents’ immigrant-bashing awfulness has kept his “heartland” base loyal to a president who knows (despite all his insanity) which constituency matters most in the American oligarchy: the wealthy Few.
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The work of internationalist Cuban doctors
Touching testimonies from humble people who in some cases received health care for the first time; from the doctors themselves about their experiences in the humanitarian mission, and from their colleagues and authorities in different countries.
Varadero Josone “Rumba, Jazz & Son” (August 22-25, 2019) is the international musical event that Cuba deserves. The indisputable quality of jazz, made in Cuba, conditions that the Island is one of the strongest places in both performers and audiences for the genre. The son, the rumba, the salsa, the timba, the Cuban music in general, are part of the imaginary about Cubanness. “Rumba, Jazz & Son” invites you to enjoy the sound of the Major of the Antilles plagued by fusions and musical mixtures from all corners of the world.
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After several months of research, a multidisciplinary team of specialists from the Institute of Meteorology, Camagüey’s Provincial Meteorological Center, the Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology, and the Fernando Ortiz Foundation, contributed new information related to the emergence of the devastating tornado that struck five Havana municipalities, on the night of Sunday, January 27, this year.
Scientists were able to determine the prevailing conditions that day at different levels of the atmosphere, by analyzing and processing information from synoptic maps, satellite images, meteorological radar, surface measurements, and used numerical models to produce the findings.
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Official Site Havana 500 Anniversary
Eusebio Leal Spengler / April 9, 2018
In November we celebrate, not the foundation of Havana, but its final seat almost 500 years ago on the north coast next to the port that would grant it a world celebrity. However, there are few who inquire about why we do not refer to the year 1514, in which a camp that the Spanish conquerors located on the south coast had to be established; in our opinion, at a point in the Ensenada de la Broa and perhaps, with more exact perception, in the surroundings of Melena del Sur.
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