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· December, 2005

Stories about Chile from December, 2005

Latin America: Pan-American Literary Blog

El Boomeran(g) (ES) is a new group blog by eight critics and writers spread across Latin America and Spain. Sponsored by media conglomerate Grupo PRISA (owners of Spain's largest daily...

Chilean Cinema Trends

Chilean cinema has been growing and growing as years go by. The “Festival de cine de Valdivia” (ES), the best known Chilean festival of cinema, has taken place in the...

Chile: Soccer Champions and Chilean Music

Marcelo Mackinnon writes in OhmyNews International that Catholic University beat the University of Chile in the 2005 football championship. Huasonic, writing from Spain, is filled with joy after stumbling upon...

Chile: New York Performance

Leo Prieto is impressed (ES) by an audio-visual show put on some by fellow Chileans in New York.

Chile: Childhood on Easter Island

Margot Hotus Salinas, a “linguist, musician and budding journalist,” remembers her childhood on Rapa Nui, also known as, “Easter Island” and “Isla de Pascua.” Nearly 2000 photos of the island...

A Quick Trip into Chile

A good way make a virtual Chilean trip, is by getting to know Chileans blogs about, food, customs, and culture. In La Buena Vida (ES) ( “The good life”) Alvaro...

Chile: Presidential Elections … 2000

Boz recalls his experience during Chile's 2000 presidential Elections.

Chile: Election Repetition

Jonathan has a laugh at the repetitive campaign signs around Santiago as Piñera and Bachelet head into the final swing of the presidential elections.

Chile: Covered in WiMax

Pablo Bastidas (ES) and FayerWayer (ES) both comment on Entel‘s recent announcement to blanket 14 of Chile's biggest cities with WiMax internet access.

Presidential election in Chile; second round to take place on January 15

Today was a very exiting day for Chile, in which more than 6 million Chileans voted for president, senators and representatives. At the end of 6 years of Ricardo Lago´s...

Chilean Elections: Bloggers’ View

Less than one week from the presidential election which will take place on December 11, some political blogs have been posting on the candidates’ possibilities at present. “Elections 2005”, a...

Chile: Mister Blogger 2005

El Club de Lulu ♡ announces (ES) that “Mister Blogger 2005″ is none other than Sergio Alvarado (ES).

Chilean Bloggers: What happened with our Politics Blogging?

Roberto Arancibia, a well known blogger in Chile, posts that we are only ten days away from the presidential and parliamentary elections and that political Blogs should be burning hot,...

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