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Ideograms found in Cienfuegos show earlier chinese presence in Cuba

There are three major Chinese migration flows to Cuba in history, the first from 1847 to 1874, the second from around 1865 to 1885 and the third from 1919 to 1925. Read More

Cuba Reduces Hurricane Vulnerability for 2009 Season

Cuban President Raúl Castro headed a meeting of the National Defence Council to access response and recovery measures after last year’s Hurricanes Gustav, Ike and Paloma Read More

Cuba Wins ALBA Boxing with Seven Titles

Cuba won seven gold medals to rule boxing at the 3rd Bolivarian Alternative for our America (ALBA) Games Read More

Willy Chirino asks permission to trasmit a concert on a big screen at "La Piragua" Cuba

Singer Cuban-American Willy Chirino asked to the cuban president Raul Castro, to allow him to transmit in the island a concert that he will offer in Miami the 6th of June Read More

US film producer in a workshop at San Antonio de los Baños International Film School in Cuba

US celebrity film producer, Michael Hausman, is conducting workshops for students from The San Antonio de los Baños International Film School in Cuba. Read More

Cuba made a Successful Test on China's Prosthesis Heart Artery

The device releases the drug Rapamycin to prevent the narrowing of the artery in which it is implanted and to treat the lesion causing angina pain, tachycardia and shortness of breath Read More

Cuba is investing and making research in Wind Energy

Wind energy is an indirect result of solar energy. Cuba plans to continue taking advantage of this renewable energy source Read More

In San Gerónimo College the Cuban Academy of Languages will celebrate Spanish Language Day

The program will include a conference on language, dialogue and culture by Graziella Pogolotti, and a concert by the Exaudi choir Read More

Brazilian president: Obama will understand that Cuban embargo is no longer needed

While praising the good will from Cuba, Obama continues to place pre-conditions on talks which have always been unacceptable to the Caribbean island nation Read More

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