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February 2018
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Japan Delegation Attends 3rd Technology Fair in Sancti Spiritus

Japanese experts have been specially invited to attend the Third Technology Fair La Guayabera 5.0, running from February 21 to 24 in Sancti Spíritus The delegation is headed by Kenji Shimada, first secretary of the Embassy of Japan in Cuba, who will give a lecture on robotics and cooperative relations in that field between Japan … Continue reading

Cuba President Tours Industrial Military Companies in Havana

Raul Castro visited Monday three industrial military companies in the Cuban western city of Havana Cuban President Army General Raúl Castro visited three industrial military companies in Havana as part of a tour he undertook a few days ago in the country that took him to Camagüey, Santiago de Cuba and Mayabeque provinces. The agenda … Continue reading

Talking Hands (+photos)

Culture is not a banned field for the students at the Rafael Morales Special School for deaf and hard of hearing children of Sancti Spiritus María Pentón Legón never thought of herself in front of a television camera or leading a children’s choir before a crowd of people who were paying tribute to Fidel Castro. … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Continues with Electrification of Isolated Houses

Some 552 homes located in isolated areas of Sancti Spiritus will be provided this year with independent photovoltaic panels as part of a program based on the use of renewable energy     Translation in progress   Continue reading

Elderly People of Ours

For many, getting old is a sad period when death is inevitable and, sometimes, the best end. In my opinion, growing old is as sad as disappearing before the eyes of my children Aging is a natural process of the human being, a stage where there is a decline of all physical, cognitive, emotional and … Continue reading

Cuban Young Innovator Awarded by American Technology Magazine

A young resident of Cabaiguán, Sancti Spiritus, was the only Cuban awarded in 2017 by the MIT Technology Review, regarded as the world’s oldest technology magazine, owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States. The news sounded atypical through and through: a young resident of Cabaiguán, Sancti Spiritus, was the only Cuban included in … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus: Youth Pay Tribute to Che in Caballete de Casa

On the occasion of the beginning of the celebrations for the 90th anniversary of Ernesto Guevara’s birthday, representatives from different Cuban provinces will make a walk to the historic place As part of the celebrations for the 90th anniversary of Ernesto “Che” Guevara’s birthday, some 400 young people coming from the Cuban provinces of Havana, … Continue reading

Villa San José del Lago Looks Splendid Again

After the serious sequels left by Hurricane Irma, Los Lagos de Mayajigua resort, from  Islazul Hotel Group, has been recovered with more beauty and comfort White herons have already recovered their habitat in the only willows left in Villa San José del Lago, Mayajigua, the palm trees got leaves again, while the two pink flamingos … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Encourages the Tarea Vida Project

The Cuban central province of Sancti Spiritus will be soon provided with additional human and technological resources in order to foster the Tarea Vida project, a governmental plan aimed at offsetting the consequences of climate change in the island.   In accordance with local specific problems and priority areas, the necessary resources will be allocated … Continue reading

Therapeutic Procedure Favors Gastroenterology Service in Sancti Spiritus

Over fifty patients have so far benefited from a beneficial endoscopic method implemented in the Gastroenterology Services of the Camilo Cienfuegos General Provincial Hospital of Sancti Spíritus According to Dr. Francisco Lorenzo Castillo, second degree specialist in gastroenterology, the procedure consists in the ligation of esophageal varices with reusable bands, a technique to patients with … Continue reading

Nauta Hogar in Sancti Spíritus: One Click Away from Home

Around 735 residents of Sancti Spiritus have so far benefitted from the Nauta Hogar Internet Service started nearly two months ago in this central Cuban  province Yamilet Yera Díaz, head of the Marketing Group of the Telecommunications Company (ETECSA) Territorial Division said that internet service is currently available in chief towns and in certain remote … Continue reading

Equestrian Statue of Jose Marti Inaugurated in Havana

The ceremony was attended by Cuba President Raul Castro, members of the government, representatives of the City of New York and the Bronx Museum, as well as the Cuban people Authorities from Cuba and the United States today evoked in this capital the life and work of the Apostle of the Caribbean country before an … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Lights Up to Honor José Martí

University students will lead the traditional March of the Torches this Saturday in Sancti Spíritus following the example of those who did not let Jose Marti’s legacy die on January 27, 1953. Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Writer Awarded Casa de Las Américas Prize

Renowned Sancti Spiritus writer Yanetsy Pino Reina recently became the first Cuban woman to win the Casa de las Américas Literary Prize in the category of women’s studies   Translation in progress Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Honored with Guayabera from Alberto Luberta

The Casa de la Guayabera of Sancti Spiritus is honored to receive the shirt that belonged to outstanding writer and director of radio programs, Alberto Luberta, also winner of the National Humor Award for his lifetime work. The blue long-sleeves shirt was donated by his widow, Caridad Martínez González, just one year after the death … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Municipal Assemblies Hold Extraordinary Session

The members of the eight Municipal Assemblies of the People’s Power in Sancti Spiritus met in extraordinary session to nominate candidates to the Provincial Assembly and deputies to Parliament. Prior to this meeting, more than 500 proposals made by grassroots organizations were reviewed in order to make up the 50 percent of the chosen ones. … Continue reading

Cuba Acknowledged as Safest Country for Tourism

Cuba received the Excellence Award as the safest country for tourism at the International Tourism Fair Fitur 2018, which takes place until January 21 in Madrid The award was received by the Cuban minister of the industry, Manuel Marrero, who heads the island’s delegation to that event, reported Gustavo Machín, Cuban Ambassador to Spain, in … Continue reading

Trinidad de Cuba, the Village of Traditions

The ancient village of Trinidad treasures a great deal of traditions that support its status as World Heritage Site for almost 30 years now If traditions disappear, Trinidad will vanish off the face of the earth as well. In addition to the architecture and the dream-like landscapes that can be glimpsed from the towers of … Continue reading

One Dead, Fourteen Injured in Sancti Spiritus Traffic Accident

One person was killed and 14 injured in a car accident that took place Thursday afternoon when a truck overturned on the road that connects the city of Sancti Spíritus with the town of Guasimal.   Translation in progress Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Reports Successful Cruise Season

A dozen cruise liners have so far arrived in the Port of Casilda, Trinidad, bringing over 340 foreign passengers, most of them coming from the United States With the arrival of a dozen cruise ships to the Port of Casilda, in Trinidad, central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, the current season could be termed as … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Continues to Fosters Use of Solar Energy

A photo-voltaic solar park was constructed in this Cuban central province last year and another started being built in 2017, based on a Chinese technology. The specialists consider the use of this technique makes the parks much more efficient, and they consider these investments as the ones with greatest economic and social impact. Each of … Continue reading

Sancti Spíritus: One Hundred Days after Irma

Less than four months after the devastating passage of Hurricane Irma through the northern coasts of Cuba, one of the hardest-hit provinces transfigures its landscape When the center of Hurricane Irma alighted on the keys north of Sancti Spíritus early on Saturday, September 9, the Meteorology Institute confirmed that just at that very moment the … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus Holds New Year’s Eve Celebrations

A cultural gala will be held this Saturday night at the Teatro Principal of Sancti Spiritus to celebrate the 59th anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution and to bid farewell to a year of sacrifice and commitment. Local residents and the top leaders of the Party and the government in the territory will be … Continue reading

Cuban Television Exhibits Series about Sancti Spiritus

Sancti Spíritus could not be just one more city is the new television series being broadcasted since December 25th by the Multivisión television channel around 8:00 p.m. The program seeks to show the most significant characteristics of this central Cuban province. According to Dayron Chang Arranz, director and and script writer of the series, the … Continue reading

Cubans Will Remain Free, Sovereign and Independent (+photos)

The Cuban Revolution has withstood the onslaught of 11 U.S. administrations of different kinds and here we are and will remain, free, sovereign and independent, said Raul Castro when closing the National Assembly of People’s Power 8th Legislature’s 10th Period of Ordinary Sessions Speech presented by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, first secretary the Communist … Continue reading

Raul Castro Chairs Plenary Session of Cuban Parliament

Cuba President Raul Castro Ruz presides over this December 21st, the plenary of the 10th period of ordinary sessions of the National Assembly of the People’s Power’s 8th legislatura, underway in the Palace of Convention in Havana. First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel, the Head of the Parliament, Esteban Lazo, are also present. Continue reading