At the beginning of the month, Raul Castro visited Mexico as part of Cuba’s search for broader international markets, a process he and those who follow him in Cuba’s entrepreneurial and military spheres are currently involved in.
I’ve been witness to how Cuban police officers encourage the contamination of Havana’s northern coast, particularly the area known as the Malecon ocean drive and along the coastline.
Cuban golf has made international headlines again this October. On this occasion, we read rumors that the island may create a Cuban Golf Federation. What seems certain is that the old slogan which proclaimed sports as a “people’s right” is being left out of these new plans.
As ETECSA does not consider it has the duty to help users in this regard, I have put together a brief series of instructions for those who wish to access Havana Times through their mobile device, using the Wi-Fi Nauta service.
Some days ago, I wrote about how transgenic corn was being promoted at a fair held in celebration of the Young Communist League’s anniversary. That, however, was not the only thing that caught my attention.
The recent Young Communists League (UJC) Congress held in Cuba has served to promote the use of transgenic crops in the island’s agriculture. It was acknowledged that Cubans have been consuming genetically modified foods for some time.
A few months before Pope Francis’ visits Cuba, the island still presents his Holiness with a nation where homosexuals are still unable to enjoy the rights emanating from an institution such as marriage.
This past Friday and Saturday, Havana’s 2nd Libertarian Spring had days of intense work and debate. I am happy and encouraged by the feedback we got at all of the work sessions and by the depth of the opinions and knowledge shared by participants.
Three very tall and healthy palm trees planted in front of Cuba’s National Theater became the victims of the stage designers who organized Cuba’s May Day show at Havana’s Revolution Square.
I get the feeling this May Day will be different. The loudspeakers at Revolution Square are already being tested and, like every year, Silvio Rodriguez’ songs are starting to be heard. But this time something is a little strange…