Cuban and international institutions on Tuesday announced the extension of the deadline to submit works to the drawing contest on sexuality for adolescents and young people.
Monthly Archives: August, 2019
The members of the National Candidacy Commission took office this Tuesday, as established by the new Law that regulates electoral processes in Cuba.
Around 1,400 young teachers who graduated from Cuban pedagogical schools will serve in special education centers in the 2019-2020 school year.
As one of the most internationally recognized spaces for literary valuation and creation, the ”Julio Cortazar” Ibero-American Short Story Prize closes its 18th edition, after revealing its winners on Monday.
Cuban singer Cimafunk arrived in New York”s Central Park to offer a taste of Cuban funk music, with a concert that marked a dream come true, although there remain many more to realize.
The increase in tourism in Cuba has many edges today, when even pilgrims from all over the world appreciate the practice of diving and snorkeling in the insular waters.
The international colloquium ”Havana and the Sea in 500 Years” will session in Havana next week to discuss the privileges of the strategic position of the port of the Cuban capital, local media reported on Tuesday.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez called on Monday for increased awareness of the magnitude of the disaster in the flame-ridden Amazon and urged action.
Cuba closed its participation in the 26th Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF) with important negotiations and contacts that will expand the distribution of its literature in China and other parts of the world.
The first 10 self-propelled rice harvesters, with a capacity of seven tons each, are being built at the Heroes del 26 de Julio agricultural implements factory, in the eastern Cuban province of Holguin.