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Clotilde Castillo

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Panamanian. Interested in arts, culture, travels, cooking and topics related to the development of Panama and Central America. I blog in www.panamamio.com

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28 March 2011

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Panama: Saying Goodbye to Guillermo Ford

Politician and businessman Guillermo "Billy" Ford died on March 19. Panamanians said goodbye with respect, remembering his role in the search for democracy during the eighties. This was an opportunity...

10 December 2010

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Americas: Cosplay in Latin America

Cosplay is a form of expression in which participants use costumes and accessories to represent their favorite manga, anime or video game characters. Its followers in Latin America are a...

11 November 2010

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Panama: November, A Month of National Celebration

November is a month of national celebration for Panamanians, and the blogosphere provides another platform to celebrate. A trip around the web shows that in these days, with diversity of...

24 October 2010

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Panama loses hosting rights of Bolivarian Games

In May, the Bolivarian Sports Organization (ODEBO) named Panama the host of the XVII Bolivarian Games, but this week the organization decided not to host the games there anymore. The...

22 September 2010

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Panama: Proposed Legislation to Prevent Discrimination due to Sexual Orientation

The Panamanian National Assembly started to discuss a new law that would protect people from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The proposal has caused controversy within Panamanian society...

17 August 2010

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Panama: The Urban Development Boom

The boom experienced by Panama's recent urban development has been discussed actively by bloggers throughout the years. From the impacts on the environment to Panama's historical heritage, we explore some...

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