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By Diego Zerpa Chang

Food Arepas
Around the world, Venezuela is known for four things: its oil supplies, its landscapes, its beautiful women and its amazing baseball players. But Venezuelans are very proud of something else: its arepas.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

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Food Mofongos: Puerto Rico’s Zesty Dish for Garlic Lovers
Puerto Rico, the smallest of the Greater Antilles islands, is widely known for its spectacular stretches of crystal-water coastline, its loud cock-fights, its love for baseball, jazz and reggaeton music, and its cuisine, which local folks call cocina criolla.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

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Film Leonera
Fresh from its widespread acclaim at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, the latest film from director Pablo Trapero portrays the lives of ordinary people with a critical eye toward modern Argentine society.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

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Film No Ser Dios Y Cuidarlos
No Ser Dios Y Cuidarlos delves into the one-of-a-kind experience provided by Buenos Aires’ Centro Universitario Devoto (CUD)—an educational program founded more than 20 years ago by the University Of Buenos Aires (UBA), and operating within the walls of Argentina’s infamous Villa Devoto maximum-security penitentiary.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

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Travel A Brief Journey Through Beijing
In the past, Beijing, like Cairo or Rome, was synonymous with a rich historic past. It invoked images of ancient narrow alleys, dynasties and emperors, and even colorful dragon legends. But just like Hong Kong and Shanghai, and their respective flourishing economies, Beijing is as modern city of today with real people and real scenarios that are as interesting as any tradition.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

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