• Observer - Processing Coffee. Cuba

    This set of short videos strives to capture every day life in Cuba as it was in 2007, when Fidel Castro was still at power. You will find all episodes as well as more resources at: www.AniaKociolek.com

    published: 08 Dec 2008
  • Shabaka and the Ancestors - The Observer

    Taken from "The Wisdom of Elders" on Brownswood Recordings. shabaka hutchings - tenor sax mthunzi mvubu - alto sax mandla mlangeni - trumpet siyabonga mthembu - vocals nduduzo makhathini - rhodes, piano ariel zomonsky - bass gontse makhene - percussion tumi mogorosi - drums

    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • Saul Landau on Cuba: February 27, 2013

    Filmmaker and IPS Fellow Saul Landau offers his unique and on-the-ground perspective of Cuba, discussing his first of many trips in May 1960, U.S.-Cuba relations after the Cuban Revolution, and Cuba today. A long-time observer and analyst on Cuba, Landau's latest film is on the case of the Cuban 5, titled "Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?" It is available on DVD from Cinema Libre Studio.

    published: 06 Mar 2013
  • Putin writes off $32 billion of Cuban debt

    The Russian government is forgiving $32 billion of Soviet era debt owed by the struggling Cuba. The move comes as a part of a South American tour by President Vladimir Putin, who he is seeking to strengthen economic and other ties with a bloc countries that feel alienated by the West. RT's Alexey Yaroshevsky reports from Havana with more details. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America

    published: 11 Jul 2014
  • The Canyon Observer - FVCK Cvba Tour 2016

    A year ago we were touring Cuba. It was a different and at times a bit unusual experience. If anybody is wondering, the girl at 03:00 was ok, no harm whatsoever. https://kaparecords.bandcamp.com/album/fvck

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Raising the flags of non-member observer States at the UN

    10 Sept 2015: The United Nations General Assembly decided that the flags of non-member observer States shall be raised at the world body’s headquarters and offices following the flags of its 193 Member States. United Nations - General Assembly, 102nd Plenary Meeting, 69th session. The General Assembly voted on draft resolution A/69/L.87/Rev.1. which has been adopted by 119 votes to 8, with 45 abstentions. Add Your Voice UN Web TV "Add Your Voice" series brings you these images, gathered from around the world, without audio commentary. We would like YOU -- our audience -- to participate by adding your voice. You can comment on this video directly here or on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/UN

    published: 10 Sep 2015
  • UN: Resolution to end US blockade on Cuba passes at UN General Assembly

    The United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution calling on the USA to lift its embargo on Cuba on Wednesday in New York, with 191 member states voting in favour, two abstaining and no votes against. The United States was one of the countries to abstain. SOT, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs (Spanish): "The announced abstention vote surely constitutes a positive step in the future of the improvement of relations between the United States and Cuba. I thank the words and efforts of Ambassador Samantha Power. The majority of the executive regulations and the laws that establish the blockade are, nevertheless, still in place and are applied rigorously up until this minute by the US government agencies. We recognize that the executive measures adopted by th...

    published: 27 Oct 2016
  • Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes | Guardian Animations

    Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes - animation Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD In March 2012, reports of a hunger strike at Guantánamo Bay, the US detention camp in Cuba, began to surface. Details were sketchy and were contradicted by statements from the US military. Now, using testimony from five detainees, this animated film reveals the daily brutality of life inside Guantánamo. Today there are 17 prisoners still on hunger strike, 16 of whom are being force-fed. Two are in hospital• Warning: contains scenes some viewers might find disturbing! In this Sunday's Observer read the extraordinary story of the making of Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes, plus an interview with David Morrissey about why he got involved Watch Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) go through the Guant...

    published: 14 Oct 2013
  • Mala - Mala In Cuba (Full Album Stream)

    Get this release: http://apple.co/2ef4EIR Subscribe to Brownswood: http://bit.ly/sub2Brownswood Tracklist: 00:00 1) Introduction 02:35 2) Mulata 05:51 3) Tribal 09:54 4) Changuito 14:18 5) Revolution 18:53 6) Como Como 22:41 7) Cuba Electronic 27:18 8) The Tunnel 31:46 9) Ghost 35:52 10) Curfew 40:02 11) The Tourist 42:56 12) Change 47:27 13) Calle F 51:39 14) Noche Sueños

    published: 31 Oct 2016
  • La HAVANE Cuba Malecon, Vedado, Place de la révolution, Cimetière Colomb

    Aujourd'hui, nous irons visiter l'e coté Ouest de de la Havane. Nous longerons le Malecon pour aller vers la place de la révolution, puis nous découvrirons Vedado, le cimetière Christophe Colomb et nous irons totalement vers l'Ouest vers l’Aquarium national. Le Malecon est aussi connu sous le nom de l'avenue Maceo mais quasiment personne ne l'appelle comme ça là bas. Il s'agit de l'avenue emblématique de la Havane qui longe le littoral nord de la capitale cubaine. Cette promenade s'étire sur huit kilomètres entre le quartier de "La habana Vieja" et celui del "Vedado". Construit à partir de 1901, il est aujourd'hui un lieu de rendez-vous incontournable pour les havanais. On s'y promène, on y pêche, on y danse même parfois. C'est sans doute une des premières promenades que vous ferez à La Ha...

    published: 10 Dec 2017
  • UN votes to condemn United States embargo on Cuba

    The United Nations General Assembly has voted to condemn the United States embargo on Cuba. It was the first vote on the resolution since the two countries restored diplomatic ties. Israel joined the US in voting no. Cuba estimates the embargo has caused the equivalent of 109 billion euros in damages to its economy. US President Barack Obama told the UN General Assembly last month that he was "confident" the US Congress "will inevitably lift an embargo that should not be in place any more… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/10/27/un-votes-to-condemn-united-states-embargo-on-cuba What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtub...

    published: 27 Oct 2015
  • Cuba: Organoponico Vivero Alamar Keeps Workers Happy

    Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/cuba-agricultural-sustainability-government-economy-organoponico-vivero-alamar Everything about Organoponico Vivero Alamar (OVA) is calculated to be as efficient and sustainable as possible. OVA makes its own compost from animal waste and uses natural fertilizers and insect repellents. Fish in an open water holding tank, for example, keep the water from becoming stagnant and attracting mosquitoes. Several of the OVA workers have degrees in science or agriculture. The sustainable nature of the farm makes it an attractive place for tourists and students of organic agriculture around the world. One observer, Alejandro Rivera, who wants to start his own version of OVA in Mexico, spent two weeks on the farm studying various methods of sustainabil...

    published: 05 Apr 2013
  • Yards - I Miss John Candy [Live In Havana, Cuba]

    The last song of our last show in Cuba. Teatro Lazaro Peña, La Havana. Shot by Miloš and Nik, from The Canyon Observer. Edit by Miloš.

    published: 26 Jul 2016
  • Daily Life In Havana, Cuba: A Visitor's Observations

    I did not spend much time in Old Havana where tourists frequent. I was interested in the daily life of ordinary Cubans. I visited mostly central Havana, which is residential and has a vibrant street life. Since most Cubans have small living space, many activities take place out on the street. I met and talked to many Cubans and was invited into their homes. It was a wonderful experience for me to gain insight of what daily life is like in Havana. Music: Hatsa Siempre Commandante by by Havana based band "Son de Oro" With permission from band leader Hanoi Oropesa. Caption: Decay and degradation is everywhere in Havana. The living conditions for many is appalling. Many residential structures are not safe. Apartment complexes like this one are typically extremely over crowded. One of ...

    published: 03 Jun 2017
  • Flat Earth Facedown In The Mainstream Pt. 1 📺 Truth Revealed Through Songs 🎙

    My email is flatearth333@gmail.com if you want to reach me. On Late nite Macedonian TV Dave AKA DMurphy25 https://www.youtube.com/user/dmurphy25 former atheist debunks the heliocentric, spinning ball earth mythology, answers frequently asked questions and thoroughly explains why empirical evidence & axiomatic facts overwhelmingly support the biblical, closed, cosmological system we actually live in. It's a excellent presentation. 5 stars! This video came from a Macedonian late night show. If you haven't noticed by now, I take a lot of others work and make a stew out of it all with a hint of my own work. Credit goes to the community, not just 1 person. We are a team and our geocentric plane is opening up eyes all over the world. Someone once asked me: "Why can't you see Cuba from key w...

    published: 21 Jun 2016
  • An Island Called Home

    Ruth Behar was four years old when her family fled their native Cuba. Growing up between the diasporic worlds of her Sephardic father and Ashkenazic mother, she became one of the world’s great anthropologists, a master at telling the stories of her Catholic informants in Spain and Mexico. When, in her thirties, she did return to Cuba and her own origins, she produced beautifully poetic accounts of loss and resilience. The University of Michigan professor and MacArthur Fellow recounts her fascinating travels across cultures. This program is presented in partnership with the Institute for the Humanities at the University of Michigan. This program was recorded on November 9, 2014 as part of the 25th Anniversary Chicago Humanities Festival, Journeys: http://chf.to/2014Journeys See upcoming...

    published: 09 Dec 2014
  • Inside Story - US-Cuba: Foes no more

    Dramatic, the thaw in ties with the Castro regime has been in the works for months. Now, Washington is moving to normalise relations with Havana. Obama has yet to obtain consent from Congress before completely lifting sanctions against Washington's longtime enemy. But what's behind this sudden shift? And why now? Presenter: Martine Dennis Guests - Hugh O'Shaughnessy: Latin America Correspondent for The Observer. Fransisco co Dominguez: lecturer at Middlesex University Xavier Cortada: Cuban-American artist

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • Palestine Wins "Non-member Observer Status"

    Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20550864 http://rt.com/news/un-palestinians-non-member-832 Maoist Rebel News book store: http://lulu.com/spotlight/MaoistRebelNews Add me on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/MaoistRebelNews Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MaoistRebelNews Read more news at: http://maoistrebelnews.wordpress.com/ Get More Commentary on Tumblr: http://maoistrebelnews.tumblr.com/ These videos are offered under private trust. Downloading constitutes acceptance of private trust terms. All private trust rights reserved.

    published: 01 Dec 2012
  • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: TENSIONS MOUNTING AHEAD OF FIDEL CASTRO VISIT

    Spanish/Nat Tensions are worsening in the Dominican Republic, less that 24 hours before the arrival of Cuban President Fidel Castro. Castro will be an observer at the three-day meeting of the leaders of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Santo Domingo has seen pro and anti-Castro demonstrations - some ending in skirmishes between rival groups. Preparations have been underway for the past two days in the Dominican Republic, in the run up to the CARICOM meeting. Heads of state of 16 Caribbean nations will attend the summit, due to begin in the capital Santo Domingo this weekend. The arrival of Castro is by far the most anticipated event. Pro and anti-Castro flags, posters and leaflets are posted on trees, walls and buildings all over Santo Domingo. Security around ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Nov 28 - Full day -108th IOM Council

    00:00- 1:24:20 Opening of the session Admission and Applications of new Members and observers: Republic of Cuba and Cook Islands Application for representation by an observer State: Kuwait Applications for representation by observers 1:24:20-1:40:00 Report of the Director General 1:40:00- End Global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration Keynote address: H.E. Mr Miroslav Lajčák, President of the United Nations General Assembly Ms Louise Arbour, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration Moderator: Mr William Lacy Swing, Director General, IOM

    published: 29 Nov 2017
  • Is CUBA a Growing Threat to the Caribbean

    To be clear, Cuba is no longer the cold war proxy, challenging socio-political stability, but rather the country has emerged as a growing threat as a location for foreign direct investment and development inputs from the outside world. The unveiling of a mega-port in Mariel -- that famous hub for the export of Cubans to the United States -- should serve notice to Jamaica, The Bahamas and the Dominican Republic that in their midst is a trans-shipment hub that may one day soon directly compete with them for one of the few industries in which they have an advantage, which is the movement of goods to and from the US. For Jamaica, Cuba's Mariel may make it that much more difficult to find the financing and shipping partners necessary for that country to position itself as a major hub, though P...

    published: 30 Apr 2014
  • Kuba – Inside Out (2006) Full Album

    01 - Let Go (00:00) 02 - Trustafari (06:00) 03 - Don't Panic (11:21) 04 - Be Good (17:53) 05 - The Most Gorgeous Sunset (24:34) 06 - Be Love (30:55) 07 - We'll Learn (37:44) 08 - Mas Intensas (44:24) 09 - The Operative Word (50:43) 10 - Looking Forwards (56:24) 11 - It Could Be (01:00:02)

    published: 26 Nov 2015
  • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO VISIT

    Spanish/Nat Cuban President, Fidel Castro, let bygones be bygones on Sunday when he held remarkable meeting former Dominican Republic strongman, Joaquin Balaguer. Castro, a loyal Communist and 92-year-old Balaguer, a conservative who ruled the Dominican Republic for 22 years put politics aside as they exchanged compliments and chatted for about 40 minutes. Castro's meeting came at the end of a five day summit of Caribbean nations who signed a trade pact to increase economic growth. This is the first time Cuba has been invited to take part in the summit. The Cuban President Fidel Castro demonstrated his strong standing in the Caribbean when he attended the regional summit held in the Dominican Republic. It is Castro's first official visit to the country since he seized pow...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • The power of seduction in our everyday lives | Chen Lizra | TEDxVancouver

    Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB With nearly a decade of experience in the animation industry, working on projects for MTV, TVA, Alliance Atlantis, Mainframe Entertainment and Radical Entertainment, Chen Lizra's intellect, imagination and creative thinking evolved her into a branding expert. In 2009 & 2012 Chen was nominated as one of the "YWCA Women of Distinction in Vancouver," and was recently honored by the Australian government with a Distinguished Talent Permanent Visa for her international achievements in the arts. As the international author of "My Seductive Cuba, a unique travel guide", Chen has won two awards in the US, including the prestigious IPPY Book Award. With a passion for dance and creative movement, Lizra offers students seductio...

    published: 01 Feb 2013
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Observer - Processing Coffee. Cuba

Observer - Processing Coffee. Cuba

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This set of short videos strives to capture every day life in Cuba as it was in 2007, when Fidel Castro was still at power. You will find all episodes as well as more resources at: www.AniaKociolek.com
https://wn.com/Observer_Processing_Coffee._Cuba
Shabaka and the Ancestors - The Observer

Shabaka and the Ancestors - The Observer

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Taken from "The Wisdom of Elders" on Brownswood Recordings. shabaka hutchings - tenor sax mthunzi mvubu - alto sax mandla mlangeni - trumpet siyabonga mthembu - vocals nduduzo makhathini - rhodes, piano ariel zomonsky - bass gontse makhene - percussion tumi mogorosi - drums
https://wn.com/Shabaka_And_The_Ancestors_The_Observer
Saul Landau on Cuba: February 27, 2013

Saul Landau on Cuba: February 27, 2013

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Filmmaker and IPS Fellow Saul Landau offers his unique and on-the-ground perspective of Cuba, discussing his first of many trips in May 1960, U.S.-Cuba relations after the Cuban Revolution, and Cuba today. A long-time observer and analyst on Cuba, Landau's latest film is on the case of the Cuban 5, titled "Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?" It is available on DVD from Cinema Libre Studio.
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Putin writes off $32 billion of Cuban debt

Putin writes off $32 billion of Cuban debt

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The Russian government is forgiving $32 billion of Soviet era debt owed by the struggling Cuba. The move comes as a part of a South American tour by President Vladimir Putin, who he is seeking to strengthen economic and other ties with a bloc countries that feel alienated by the West. RT's Alexey Yaroshevsky reports from Havana with more details. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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The Canyon Observer - FVCK Cvba Tour 2016

The Canyon Observer - FVCK Cvba Tour 2016

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A year ago we were touring Cuba. It was a different and at times a bit unusual experience. If anybody is wondering, the girl at 03:00 was ok, no harm whatsoever. https://kaparecords.bandcamp.com/album/fvck
https://wn.com/The_Canyon_Observer_Fvck_Cvba_Tour_2016
Raising the flags of non-member observer States at the UN

Raising the flags of non-member observer States at the UN

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10 Sept 2015: The United Nations General Assembly decided that the flags of non-member observer States shall be raised at the world body’s headquarters and offices following the flags of its 193 Member States. United Nations - General Assembly, 102nd Plenary Meeting, 69th session. The General Assembly voted on draft resolution A/69/L.87/Rev.1. which has been adopted by 119 votes to 8, with 45 abstentions. Add Your Voice UN Web TV "Add Your Voice" series brings you these images, gathered from around the world, without audio commentary. We would like YOU -- our audience -- to participate by adding your voice. You can comment on this video directly here or on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/UN
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UN: Resolution to end US blockade on Cuba passes at UN General Assembly

UN: Resolution to end US blockade on Cuba passes at UN General Assembly

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The United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution calling on the USA to lift its embargo on Cuba on Wednesday in New York, with 191 member states voting in favour, two abstaining and no votes against. The United States was one of the countries to abstain. SOT, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs (Spanish): "The announced abstention vote surely constitutes a positive step in the future of the improvement of relations between the United States and Cuba. I thank the words and efforts of Ambassador Samantha Power. The majority of the executive regulations and the laws that establish the blockade are, nevertheless, still in place and are applied rigorously up until this minute by the US government agencies. We recognize that the executive measures adopted by the US government constitute positive, but they are of a very limited scope and reach." Video ID: 20161027-004 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes | Guardian Animations

Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes | Guardian Animations

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Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes - animation Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD In March 2012, reports of a hunger strike at Guantánamo Bay, the US detention camp in Cuba, began to surface. Details were sketchy and were contradicted by statements from the US military. Now, using testimony from five detainees, this animated film reveals the daily brutality of life inside Guantánamo. Today there are 17 prisoners still on hunger strike, 16 of whom are being force-fed. Two are in hospital• Warning: contains scenes some viewers might find disturbing! In this Sunday's Observer read the extraordinary story of the making of Guantánamo Bay: The Hunger Strikes, plus an interview with David Morrissey about why he got involved Watch Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) go through the Guantánamo Bay force feeding procedure here- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6ACE-BBPRs
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Mala - Mala In Cuba (Full Album Stream)

Mala - Mala In Cuba (Full Album Stream)

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Get this release: http://apple.co/2ef4EIR Subscribe to Brownswood: http://bit.ly/sub2Brownswood Tracklist: 00:00 1) Introduction 02:35 2) Mulata 05:51 3) Tribal 09:54 4) Changuito 14:18 5) Revolution 18:53 6) Como Como 22:41 7) Cuba Electronic 27:18 8) The Tunnel 31:46 9) Ghost 35:52 10) Curfew 40:02 11) The Tourist 42:56 12) Change 47:27 13) Calle F 51:39 14) Noche Sueños
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La HAVANE Cuba Malecon, Vedado, Place de la révolution, Cimetière Colomb

La HAVANE Cuba Malecon, Vedado, Place de la révolution, Cimetière Colomb

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Aujourd'hui, nous irons visiter l'e coté Ouest de de la Havane. Nous longerons le Malecon pour aller vers la place de la révolution, puis nous découvrirons Vedado, le cimetière Christophe Colomb et nous irons totalement vers l'Ouest vers l’Aquarium national. Le Malecon est aussi connu sous le nom de l'avenue Maceo mais quasiment personne ne l'appelle comme ça là bas. Il s'agit de l'avenue emblématique de la Havane qui longe le littoral nord de la capitale cubaine. Cette promenade s'étire sur huit kilomètres entre le quartier de "La habana Vieja" et celui del "Vedado". Construit à partir de 1901, il est aujourd'hui un lieu de rendez-vous incontournable pour les havanais. On s'y promène, on y pêche, on y danse même parfois. C'est sans doute une des premières promenades que vous ferez à La Havane, ici on se laisse gagner par le rythme lancinant des Caraïbes, on peut aussi simplement s'y assoir pour admirer le ballet des voitures anciennes ou celui des jeunes gens qui s'y croisent. Au fil des huit kilomètres, les amoureux d'histoire découvriront aussi l'église de Saint-François d'Assise et son magnifique couvent, el castillo San Salvador de la Punta, El torreon de Lazaro (une tour de guet construite par les espagnols au XVIIIème siècle), la fameuse statut du révolutionnaire Jose Marti et enfin l'hôtel National qui clôture cette avenue de manière majestueuse. Flânez-y, discutez avec les autochtones, écoutez les musiciens qui s'y postent, c'est une des jolies manières de découvrir l'âme de la Havane. La plaza de la Revolución est une vaste place pouvant contenir jusqu’à un million de personnes. L’endroit a été le théâtre de nombreux évènements marquants de l’histoire cubaine : lancement de la campagne d’alphabétisation, cérémonie d’adieux au Che et, surtout, les discours interminables de Fidel Castro. Sur la façade du bâtiment du ministère de l’Intérieur, un portrait gigantesque du Che Guevara domine la plaza de la Revolución et fait face au grand monument dédié à José Marty. La Necrópolis de Cristóbal Colón (Nécropole de Christophe Colomb), déclarée Monument National, et considérée comme l'un des cimetières architectoniques monumentaux les plus importants du monde.Ce cimetière de 56 hectares est connu pour son impressionnante iconographie religieuse et ses sculptures élaborées en marbre. Ici on héberge une grande quantité de monuments de différents styles et de manifestations de différents sculpteurs cubains et étrangers. Loin d'être inquiétant, se promener dans ce cimetière peut être éducatif pour mieux connaître l'histoire cubaine. Après avoir traversé l'entrée nord, de style néo-roman (1870), si vous serrez à droite vous trouverez la tombe du héros indépendantiste Máximo Gómez, avec son visage en bronze dans un médaillon circulaire. Un peu plus loin, on trouve le Monument aux Pompiers qui date de 1890 et la chapelle centrale, de style néo-roman qui date de 1886. Au cœur du cimetière, dans la rue 1, on trouve la chapelle la plus fameuse et visitée du cimetière, la Chapelle d'Amelia Goire de la Hoz connue comme La Milagrosa. Comme la légende raconte, une femme est morte après avoir accouché et son époux visitait la tombe quelques fois par jour. Avant d'entrer, il sonnait avec l'un des anneaux du panthéon et quand il partait, il marchait en arrière. Des années plus tard ils ont exhumé les restes, et le corps d'Amelia était intact, ce qui est un signe de sainteté selon la foi catholique, et le bébé, qui a été enterré aux pieds de la mère, est apparu entre ses bras. À la suite de cela, La Milagrosa a été un lieu de culte spirituel et des milliers de pèlerins visitent sa tombe chaque année avec l'espérance d'accomplir ses souhaits. Comme la tradition, ses visiteurs y sonnent panthéon en utilisant l'anneau avant d'entrer et quand ils partent ils le font en marchant en arrière. On peut citer aussi la tombe d'Eduardo Chibás, leader du Parti Orthodoxe. Cette tombe se trouve dans la rue 8, entre les rues F et F. Chibás était un lutteur contre la corruption politique qui s'est suicidé comme protestation durant un programme radiophonique en 1951. Durant son enterrement, à cette époque le jeune Fidel Castro a sauté sur sa tombe et a prononcé un discours en dénonçant le pouvoir établi. On peut citer aussi celles du romancier Alejo Carpentier, le scientifique Charles Finlay, des martyrs du Granma, et des vétérans des guerres d'indépendance. Le Acuario Nacional de Cuba (Aquarium National de Cuba), fondé en 1960, se trouve dans le quartier de Miramar de La Havane. Parmi ses installations vous pourrez aussi observer des exhibitions de tortues marines dans une reproduction d'une zone côtière ; une exposition sur des grottes marines, le Sentier de la Mangrove avec trois espèces naturelles de manglier ; et une exposition sur la biodiversité. L'Acuario Nacional de Cuba a été rénové en 2002 mais les conditions de "détention" des animaux restent rudes.
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UN votes to condemn United States embargo on Cuba

UN votes to condemn United States embargo on Cuba

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The United Nations General Assembly has voted to condemn the United States embargo on Cuba. It was the first vote on the resolution since the two countries restored diplomatic ties. Israel joined the US in voting no. Cuba estimates the embargo has caused the equivalent of 109 billion euros in damages to its economy. US President Barack Obama told the UN General Assembly last month that he was "confident" the US Congress "will inevitably lift an embargo that should not be in place any more… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/10/27/un-votes-to-condemn-united-states-embargo-on-cuba What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Cuba: Organoponico Vivero Alamar Keeps Workers Happy

Cuba: Organoponico Vivero Alamar Keeps Workers Happy

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Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/cuba-agricultural-sustainability-government-economy-organoponico-vivero-alamar Everything about Organoponico Vivero Alamar (OVA) is calculated to be as efficient and sustainable as possible. OVA makes its own compost from animal waste and uses natural fertilizers and insect repellents. Fish in an open water holding tank, for example, keep the water from becoming stagnant and attracting mosquitoes. Several of the OVA workers have degrees in science or agriculture. The sustainable nature of the farm makes it an attractive place for tourists and students of organic agriculture around the world. One observer, Alejandro Rivera, who wants to start his own version of OVA in Mexico, spent two weeks on the farm studying various methods of sustainability.
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Yards - I Miss John Candy [Live In Havana, Cuba]

Yards - I Miss John Candy [Live In Havana, Cuba]

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The last song of our last show in Cuba. Teatro Lazaro Peña, La Havana. Shot by Miloš and Nik, from The Canyon Observer. Edit by Miloš.
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Daily Life In Havana, Cuba: A Visitor's Observations

Daily Life In Havana, Cuba: A Visitor's Observations

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I did not spend much time in Old Havana where tourists frequent. I was interested in the daily life of ordinary Cubans. I visited mostly central Havana, which is residential and has a vibrant street life. Since most Cubans have small living space, many activities take place out on the street. I met and talked to many Cubans and was invited into their homes. It was a wonderful experience for me to gain insight of what daily life is like in Havana. Music: Hatsa Siempre Commandante by by Havana based band "Son de Oro" With permission from band leader Hanoi Oropesa. Caption: Decay and degradation is everywhere in Havana. The living conditions for many is appalling. Many residential structures are not safe. Apartment complexes like this one are typically extremely over crowded. One of the residents in this apartment complex. Food is rationed including produce. A line waiting for produce to be unloaded. There are two currencies in Cuba, CUC and CUP. These are CUP-only stores for ordinary Cubans. Buses are super crowded, and taxis are not better. Cuba is a fix-it society out of necessity. A cigarette lighter repairman at work. Hardship is part of daily life in Cuba. Cubans are resilient people. What they do not lack is joy. Cubans enjoy high social capital. It is obvious even to a casual observer. Wifi is accessible, but only in designated areas. Clinics are ubiquitous in neighborhoods. This young barber is a talented hair artist. He posts his haircut designs in Facebook. A restoration training school. To restore Havana, the students will have lifetime job security. Neighborhoods are filled with lively activities in early evenings. Cubans have endured and survived. It is evident to everyone that change is in the air.
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Flat Earth Facedown In The Mainstream Pt. 1 📺 Truth Revealed Through Songs 🎙

Flat Earth Facedown In The Mainstream Pt. 1 📺 Truth Revealed Through Songs 🎙

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My email is flatearth333@gmail.com if you want to reach me. On Late nite Macedonian TV Dave AKA DMurphy25 https://www.youtube.com/user/dmurphy25 former atheist debunks the heliocentric, spinning ball earth mythology, answers frequently asked questions and thoroughly explains why empirical evidence & axiomatic facts overwhelmingly support the biblical, closed, cosmological system we actually live in. It's a excellent presentation. 5 stars! This video came from a Macedonian late night show. If you haven't noticed by now, I take a lot of others work and make a stew out of it all with a hint of my own work. Credit goes to the community, not just 1 person. We are a team and our geocentric plane is opening up eyes all over the world. Someone once asked me: "Why can't you see Cuba from key west"? My response: Ever heard of atmospheric conditions hence smog, fog, moisture, clouds etc? We can't see infinity and the Suns light only reaches so far because it is close...It's called the laws of perspective. The laws of perspective with converging lines leading to the vanishing point always points to the horizon and to the eye level of the observer, regardless of altitude reflects a flat plain - not some oblate round ball. You have never seen curved water or an authentic picture of this pear shaped oblate spheroid. To the psychopaths running your mouths in the comments: let go of the anger and use your free will and be free thinker and an Independant researcher. Or you can continue to follow a few psuedo scientists and the zionist controlled public school systems that have corrupted your family. The satanist vatican/ scientific community control your thoughts and perception of this flat plain we live on. Wake up! ! You're under a spell and acting like a crybaby zombie and don't even realize it! Being at the center of the universe opens up doors you can't even fathom. Geocentrist Dave Murphy makes history by appearing on mainstream media and most of the world doesn't even have a clue. I don't agree with everything he says especially on the subject of "aliens" because there are other "tribes" stretched across our infinite plane. Some people get the word firmament mixed up with the word dome which is interpreted 98% as a "snowglobe" type structure like the luciferian Masonic mockery may have some believe. We perceive the firmament curving because of the laws of perspective with converging lines to the vanishing point (curved firmament) just like a rainbow. The firmament runs parallel with the infinite flat plain. It's time to snap out of that "flat earth society" controlled opposition mentality. We live on the ever expanding "universe". THEY ARE HIDING LAND! We're not trapped in here like they've convinced the globeheads of the toy ball!! We are not trapped in here dufis faces lol It's okay for the FE community to have different views as long as we can all agree it's flat and immovable. All the name calling and "shill this" and that person is a disinformation agent sent in to destroy the flat earth" WHO GIVES A SHIT? All of you need to grow up and unite with one another. Who cares if we've got a few govt paid flat earthers??!? They're still getting the message out you crybaby wahh wah's! NASA and the Secrete Govt seals the worlds failure by faking a moon landing, releasing fake cgi and realist paintings along with a bunch of staged false flags and whuh lahh! A bunch of selfish specs of dust accidents from a big bang that stemmed from nothing running around like zombies robbing and killing one another. Globetards hold tight to your astronomy and sun worship while the geocentrists save the world. GOD's word is true!! HAVE FAITH and stop calling each other out like kids throwing rocks on the playground.
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An Island Called Home

An Island Called Home

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Ruth Behar was four years old when her family fled their native Cuba. Growing up between the diasporic worlds of her Sephardic father and Ashkenazic mother, she became one of the world’s great anthropologists, a master at telling the stories of her Catholic informants in Spain and Mexico. When, in her thirties, she did return to Cuba and her own origins, she produced beautifully poetic accounts of loss and resilience. The University of Michigan professor and MacArthur Fellow recounts her fascinating travels across cultures. This program is presented in partnership with the Institute for the Humanities at the University of Michigan. This program was recorded on November 9, 2014 as part of the 25th Anniversary Chicago Humanities Festival, Journeys: http://chf.to/2014Journeys See upcoming CHF events: http://chicagohumanities.org Help us subtitle and translate our videos: http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/ChicagoHumanitiesFestival Follow CHF on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Chi_Humanities Like CHF on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chicagohumanities Subscribe to the CHF podcast on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chicago-humanities-festival/id303222991 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FmWI/
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Inside Story - US-Cuba: Foes no more

Inside Story - US-Cuba: Foes no more

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Dramatic, the thaw in ties with the Castro regime has been in the works for months. Now, Washington is moving to normalise relations with Havana. Obama has yet to obtain consent from Congress before completely lifting sanctions against Washington's longtime enemy. But what's behind this sudden shift? And why now? Presenter: Martine Dennis Guests - Hugh O'Shaughnessy: Latin America Correspondent for The Observer. Fransisco co Dominguez: lecturer at Middlesex University Xavier Cortada: Cuban-American artist
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Palestine Wins "Non-member Observer Status"

Palestine Wins "Non-member Observer Status"

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Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20550864 http://rt.com/news/un-palestinians-non-member-832 Maoist Rebel News book store: http://lulu.com/spotlight/MaoistRebelNews Add me on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/MaoistRebelNews Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MaoistRebelNews Read more news at: http://maoistrebelnews.wordpress.com/ Get More Commentary on Tumblr: http://maoistrebelnews.tumblr.com/ These videos are offered under private trust. Downloading constitutes acceptance of private trust terms. All private trust rights reserved.
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: TENSIONS MOUNTING AHEAD OF FIDEL CASTRO VISIT

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: TENSIONS MOUNTING AHEAD OF FIDEL CASTRO VISIT

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Spanish/Nat Tensions are worsening in the Dominican Republic, less that 24 hours before the arrival of Cuban President Fidel Castro. Castro will be an observer at the three-day meeting of the leaders of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Santo Domingo has seen pro and anti-Castro demonstrations - some ending in skirmishes between rival groups. Preparations have been underway for the past two days in the Dominican Republic, in the run up to the CARICOM meeting. Heads of state of 16 Caribbean nations will attend the summit, due to begin in the capital Santo Domingo this weekend. The arrival of Castro is by far the most anticipated event. Pro and anti-Castro flags, posters and leaflets are posted on trees, walls and buildings all over Santo Domingo. Security around the country has been tightened in preparation for his visit. Although all threats directed at the Cuban leader are taken seriously, the pro-Castro camp in the Dominican Republic believe the security risk is minimal. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) 'Well, I believe that the real guarantee (or security for Castro) is the people's mood and the support for the Cuban revolution here in the country and the attitude of the Dominican people. I believe that good intention has always been present here. Any time Fidel leaves Cuba there are plans (to kill him). One plan organised recently was at Isla Margarita (Venezuela) for the Presidential summit and Fidel has always faced that." SUPER CAPTION: Narcizo Isaconde, President of Fuerza de la Revolucion (pro-Castro organisation) The city has been the scene of heated debate between Cuban exiles who have asked the Dominican people to reject his visit, and between those who sympathise with his socialist cause. Anti Castro demonstrators clashed with supporters outside a hotel where a pro-Castro press conference was due to take place. The press conference was later cancelled. It is the first time Castro has visited the island since he took power in January of 1959, overthrowing Fulgencio Batista to set up a communist regime. During the '60s and '70s the leftist movement in the Dominican Republic rose up against its communist neighbours in a turbulent period in the country's history. Feelings still run deep among many Dominicans who have protested at Castro's presence at the meeting. But the pro-Castro movement is also strong. During his trip, the Cuban leader will visit the statue of one of the Dominican Republics great revolutionaries, Maximo Gomez. Gomez, born in the Dominican Republic, went on to lead the liberating armies of Cuba against the Spaniards. He is seen as a national symbol of freedom and liberation. To many on the island, Castro stands for the same things today. Castro is renowned for rousing deep seated loyalties wherever he goes, and this visit will be no exception. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e3a1d05ddb6988a1d099147843786fcd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Nov 28 - Full day -108th IOM Council

Nov 28 - Full day -108th IOM Council

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00:00- 1:24:20 Opening of the session Admission and Applications of new Members and observers: Republic of Cuba and Cook Islands Application for representation by an observer State: Kuwait Applications for representation by observers 1:24:20-1:40:00 Report of the Director General 1:40:00- End Global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration Keynote address: H.E. Mr Miroslav Lajčák, President of the United Nations General Assembly Ms Louise Arbour, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration Moderator: Mr William Lacy Swing, Director General, IOM
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Is CUBA a Growing Threat to the Caribbean

Is CUBA a Growing Threat to the Caribbean

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To be clear, Cuba is no longer the cold war proxy, challenging socio-political stability, but rather the country has emerged as a growing threat as a location for foreign direct investment and development inputs from the outside world. The unveiling of a mega-port in Mariel -- that famous hub for the export of Cubans to the United States -- should serve notice to Jamaica, The Bahamas and the Dominican Republic that in their midst is a trans-shipment hub that may one day soon directly compete with them for one of the few industries in which they have an advantage, which is the movement of goods to and from the US. For Jamaica, Cuba's Mariel may make it that much more difficult to find the financing and shipping partners necessary for that country to position itself as a major hub, though Panama Canal delays may be helpful in buying time to address environmental issues and funding needs for the locations currently under consideration. More critically, however, is the interest by entities such as the European Union (EU) and others in determining ways to work with Cuba. The fact that the EU now seeks to deepen relations with Cuba on trade and investment should be worrying to Caribbean governments and organisations. This, especially considering the increasingly fractious relationship that exists between many countries and the EU. A relationship that brings new capital and technical assistance to Cuba should not be ignored, as Cuba's efforts at free market reform offer the EU and others an opportunity to position their companies for future market openings while the wider Caribbean region continues to stagnate and lose ground as a place to do business. As it relates to the improving of EU relations with Cuba, the lifting of sanctions in 2008, visits by various EU government officials, and a push to recalibrate the relationship with the country all highlight an EU interest in expanding its role as Cuba's biggest foreign investor. A large market in need of infrastructure and private sector investment, Cuba remains largely untapped and it is opportunities for investment rather than trade that drives the EU agenda. Much like with the rest of the Caribbean, Cuba exports little to the EU. For the Caribbean, there is the perception that the region is weak in executing initiatives and, further, that it is a space seen as increasingly leaning towards mendicancy. Efforts by some countries to sue for reparations do little to position the region as friendly to an EU which, in its own evolution, now includes countries with no shared history with the region, and who are increasingly likely to view the Caribbean as hostile. Sadly, all of the above can only serve to allow EU policymakers to see Cuba as an easier partner to deal with -- even with its human rights issues -- than, in particular, the English-speaking Caribbean countries that make up Caricom. (Taken from The Jamaica Observer column written by Anton Edmunds, the head of The Edmunds Group, a business and government advisory service firm that focuses on emerging markets. Anton is also a senior associate at the Centre for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) )
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Kuba – Inside Out (2006) Full Album

Kuba – Inside Out (2006) Full Album

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01 - Let Go (00:00) 02 - Trustafari (06:00) 03 - Don't Panic (11:21) 04 - Be Good (17:53) 05 - The Most Gorgeous Sunset (24:34) 06 - Be Love (30:55) 07 - We'll Learn (37:44) 08 - Mas Intensas (44:24) 09 - The Operative Word (50:43) 10 - Looking Forwards (56:24) 11 - It Could Be (01:00:02)
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO VISIT

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO VISIT

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Spanish/Nat Cuban President, Fidel Castro, let bygones be bygones on Sunday when he held remarkable meeting former Dominican Republic strongman, Joaquin Balaguer. Castro, a loyal Communist and 92-year-old Balaguer, a conservative who ruled the Dominican Republic for 22 years put politics aside as they exchanged compliments and chatted for about 40 minutes. Castro's meeting came at the end of a five day summit of Caribbean nations who signed a trade pact to increase economic growth. This is the first time Cuba has been invited to take part in the summit. The Cuban President Fidel Castro demonstrated his strong standing in the Caribbean when he attended the regional summit held in the Dominican Republic. It is Castro's first official visit to the country since he seized power in Cuba in 1959. It's also the first time he has participated in the Caribbean Community's (CARICOM) summits. A CARICOM free trade accord, signed on Saturday, will eventually remove most tariffs between the Caribbean Community - whose 15 nations have a combined population of 14 (m) million. The trade agreement was timed to coincide with negotiations for a free trade zone encompassing the entire Western Hemisphere by 2005. The formerly insular Dominican Republic is trying to become a linchpin of the Americas. It has to its advantage an Hispanic culture, Caribbean location, and ties to the United States - where more than one (m)million Dominicans live. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "This accord represents the second link in the chain of free trade that we have committed to achieve in our hemisphere and at the same time it represents the triumph of Caribbean solidarity" SUPER CAPTION: Leone Fernandez, Dominican President Castro, largely isolated from his neighbours since seizing power in 1959, ended a triumphant tour three weeks ago that took him to Jamaica, Barbados and Grenada. His newfound acceptance results in part from Caribbean frustration with U-S policy perceived as lacking leadership, vision and generosity. The ambitious Dominican President, Leonel Fernandez, has seized a leading role in the unprecedented Caribbean embrace of Castro - a once avowed enemy of more conservative predecessors. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "Cuba has been participating as an observer in this event therefore we cannot predict the future of U-S foreign policy towards Cuba, the only thing we can say is that there is no connection between what we have done today and what the future of U-S policy may be" SUPER CAPTION: Leone Fernandez, Dominican President The CARICOM leaders issued a declaration at the end of the summit expressing deep disappointment with the United States over textile trading. They believe President Clinton has not made good on promises to extend the same preferences for Caribbean textiles as those enjoyed by Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement. The statement - a clear challenge to the U-S embargo of Cuba - extended a warm hand of friendship to Cuba and underscored the significance of Castro's participation at the summit. Castro reiterated that the small island nations of the Caribbean must oppose the unbridled capitalism he attributes to the United States, by showing a sole unity and strength. That struck a deep chord in a region where people fear the vagaries of a global free market in which their small economies cannot compete. Castro found that he also had supporters among the people of the Dominican Republic who gathered on the streets of Santo Domingo. Castro laid a wreath at the monument of the Dominican Republic's independence hero. But, that occasion ended in some clashes when police refused entry to a number photographers who had gathered to wait for Castro. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8b3c4ad0f99127e8c2e89507c5b20cf3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The power of seduction in our everyday lives | Chen Lizra | TEDxVancouver

The power of seduction in our everyday lives | Chen Lizra | TEDxVancouver

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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB With nearly a decade of experience in the animation industry, working on projects for MTV, TVA, Alliance Atlantis, Mainframe Entertainment and Radical Entertainment, Chen Lizra's intellect, imagination and creative thinking evolved her into a branding expert. In 2009 & 2012 Chen was nominated as one of the "YWCA Women of Distinction in Vancouver," and was recently honored by the Australian government with a Distinguished Talent Permanent Visa for her international achievements in the arts. As the international author of "My Seductive Cuba, a unique travel guide", Chen has won two awards in the US, including the prestigious IPPY Book Award. With a passion for dance and creative movement, Lizra offers students seduction workshops and focused lectures and seminars about the art of seduction in our everyday lives. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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