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Jenny Cascante Gonzalez

Costa Rican translator primary interested in arts, culture, literature, music and writing. Most of my psyche is contained in my personal blog [es].

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Latest posts by Jenny Cascante Gonzalez

23 February 2009

Costa Rica: Creativity Through Collectivity

Like a delicious recipe, artistic, musical and visual talents are placed together as ingredients in a functional and creative tendency: collectives. Across Costa Rica, many creative groups and collectives are...

4 November 2008

Costa Rica: Citizen Journalism Has Yet To Reach Its Full Potential

From local bloggers to professional journalists to those that simply follow the media, everybody is waiting for the The First International Encounter of Citizen Journalism to be held in San...

2 September 2008

Costa Rica: National Films Gain Positive Reviews

Two films, produced locally in Costa Rica have captured the attention of local moviegoers, as well as bloggers. El Cielo Rojo (The Red Sky) is about youth in the country,...

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