The Havana Reporter No.4

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Vietnamese Company Plans to Build Factories in Cuba

Published on: International
Vietnamese Company Plans to Build Factories in Cuba

The Vietnamese Thai Binh Investment Trading Corporation is promoting a project to construct detergent and diaper factories within the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM for its Spanish initials) in the western Cuban province of Artemisa.

Chinese Delegation to Visit Cuba for Air Route

Published on: International
Chinese Delegation to Visit Cuba for Air Route

Zhang Xin, a senior Air China executive, said that a company delegation will travel to Cuba for talks about the establishment of the first ever direct flight between Beijing and Havana.

Cuba Boosts Anti-Cancer Program

Published on: Health & Medicine
Cuba Boosts Anti-Cancer Program

Cuba is in the process of introducing the required technology to integrate five new cancer diagnostic and treatment innovations into the national public health system that will have a significant social impact on the population.

Will Cuban Baseball Win Another Crown?

Published on: Sports
Will Cuban Baseball Win Another Crown?

Long before the efforts to bring baseball into the Olympic GamesĀ“ program became known, the annals of sports history had recorded its inclusion in the first Pan American Games, hosted by Buenos Aires in 1951.

The Habano Festival and How to Make a Cigar

Published on: Economy
The Habano Festival and How to Make a Cigar

An added value asset of the February 2015 edition of the Habano Festival will be the teaching and learning about how cigars are made and what their most important characteristics are.

On a Long Road To Normalization

Published on: Politics
On a Long Road To Normalization

The announcements of last December 17 by Cuba and The United States about the reestablishment of diplomatic ties, broken by Washington in 1961, created great expectations in both countries.

Iron Bridge Spanning Time

Published on: Cuba
Iron Bridge Spanning Time

Known locally as the Iron Bridge, this structure, the only one of its kind in the Cuban capital, has been given a new lease on life by a renovation that has facilitated its reopening as a link over the Almendares river between the two important residential zones of Miramar and Vedado.

Cuba Creating First Audio Dictionary for the Blind

Published on: Cuba
Cuba Creating First Audio Dictionary for the Blind

Specialists from the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) are preparing the first acoustic dictionary for the visually impaired in Cuba, which will be a useful tool for broadening their horizons.

Siboney, A Thoroughbred Cuban Bear

Published on: Photo Featured
Siboney, A Thoroughbred Cuban Bear

A pack of bears have taken over San Francisco de Asis Plaza in Havana, each one painted by an artist from the country they represent; just like Siboney, a purebred Cuban forest creature with whom domestic and foreign visitors have their souvenir photo taken.