The Havana Reporter No.10

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Cuban Poetic Flair at the Venice Biennial

Published on: Culture
Cuban Poetic Flair at the Venice Biennial

The president of the National Plastic Arts Council, Rubén del Valle, is convinced that the pieces chosen are good bets for art as a space that defies market rules, plainness, and semantic emptiness.

National Crafts Fair for All Ages

Published on: Cuba
National Crafts Fair for All Ages

The 11th National “Art for Mothers” Crafts Fair, which exhibits the resources of the Cuban Cultural Goods Fund (CCGF) at the capital’s Pabexpo exhibition ground, has something to offer for everyone.

Cuban Art Nurtures Respect for Mother Earth

Published on: Health & Medicine
Cuban Art Nurtures Respect for Mother Earth

With the intention of creating awareness among the population through the medium of art in order to live in greater harmony with the earth and its ecosystems, Osmel Francis Turner is promoting the International Mother Earth Festival throughout all of Cuba.

Quality of Life and Longevity; Priorities for Cuban Society

Published on: Health & Medicine
Quality of Life and Longevity; Priorities for Cuban Society

To date, life expectancy in Cuba is 78.5 years, a demographic reality that requires the strengthening of legal protection for the elderly as a means to ensure their quality of life.

Training Human Resources for Health Care Remains a Priority

Published on: Society
Training Human Resources for Health Care Remains a Priority

The training of human resources is presently a priority in order to meet the demands of both the system’s domestic universal coverage and Cuba’s international medical collaboration.

Cuba’s Book Institute for Closer Ties with Africa

Published on: Culture
Cuba’s Book Institute for Closer Ties with Africa

Convinced that integration is the key to progress, people from across the world are joining a process that involves every sphere of society, with a special focus on literature.

At 65 Plus, Still Swimming

Published on: Photo Featured
At 65 Plus, Still Swimming

The swimming pool demonstrations made by members of the community-based elderly project “Accumulated Youth” constituted one of the most attractive moments of the 13th International Congress on Longevity recently held here.

Cuba and South Africa Bound by Dance

Published on: Culture
Cuba and South Africa Bound by Dance

The presence of ballet stars from Cuba, China and the United States at the Joburg Ballet (JB) of South Africa during the recent production of Swan Lake was something marvelous, said Dirk Badenhorst, director of this independent South African ballet company.

Relations Beneficial to Both Sides

Published on: Politics
Relations Beneficial to Both Sides

Since Cuban president Raúl Castro and his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama announced their decision to reestablish diplomatic relations last December 17, there has been an overflow of enthusiasm that encompassed almost the whole world.