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Holguin Already Has its Shaolin Chamber

The Kung Fu, a martial art of Chinese origin, escaped from the secret walls of the Shaolin temple to expand all across the world in many styles and different schools. Read More

Yumari Gonzalez leads Cuban Best Cyclists’ List in 2009

The gold and silver medals won by Yumari González in the World Championship held in Pruskow, Poland, allowed her to be elected as Cuba's best cyclist in 2009. <br /> Read More

Writer of Holguin Wins Red Mangrove National Contest

Writer Rafael A. Inza won First Prize at the 14th National Mangle Rojo (red mangrove), sponsored by the Association Hermanos Saiz (AHS) in the Isle of Youth, with the story “Easy life.”. Read More

Young Avilanian photographer exhibits his work in black and white

A photographic exhibition of the young Avilanian artist Humberto del Río, was opened in the art gallery of the provincial centre, “Raúl Martínez” at Ciego de Ávila. Read More

Aging population continues to grow in Cuba

In Cuba, one million people are elderly people (60 years of age or more), and some 125 660 of them live in Camagüey, which ranks sixth among the island’s 14 provinces and one special municipality. Read More

Cuba's Roman Catholic cardinal will read a Christmas message on television

Cuba's Roman Catholic cardinal will read a Christmas message on state television for the second straight year, another small sign the once officially government is warming to religion. Read More