Stories about Panama from April, 2007
From so-called "dirty clothes" in Cuba to guarapo de piña in Venezuela; from organic produce in Uruguay to succulent Argentine tri-tip and fresh cheese in Panama: Chef Melissa de Leon takes us for a lip-smacking expedition through Latin America's cocinasphere.
Some of the very best weblogs from around Latin America hardly ever receive mention on Global Voices. That's because their authors are also contributors here and spend most of their time drawing your attention to others' posts. Well, it's long past time to highlight their personal creativity and boundless enthusiasm for new media in Latin America.
The Boquete Guide does not think that the major consequence of the new Free-Trade Agreement with the US will be lower safety standards from import food, but rather the higher food costs for Panamanians and increased unemployment of local farmers.
Panamanian blogger Rob Rivera on his love affair with Facebook.
It´s curious how Latin American people remember their childhood. We all remember some parts of it, by watching TV, a few songs from the radio or probably our school. The old cartoons are probably some of the good memories we will ever get, and some of them are still part...
Being an adult represents new goals and endeavors. But the way a Panamanian Blogsphere Celebrity sees things, can be really funny and deserves to take a look at his loquacious point of view… Robdash wants to leave home.
Bob Glass says that Panama and Costa Rica will renew talks on April 9 that might lead to a free trade agreement between the neighboring countries.
#1: From The Noriegaville News, Bocas Dolphins Under Threat : My own opinion of this project is it is simply a commercial venture using and probably abusing the natural resources of Panama. The continued use of the buzzword abundance in their proposal confirms my feeling. How do you increase abundance...