I suppose I should firstly thank you for taking the time to spend a minute or two reading my profile. As you have no doubt realised, my name is Neil and I lived in the United Kingdom. I work in the legal sector in the UK and have done so for 8 years or so now. Prior to this, I studied Spanish at university and graduated in 2004. I am keen to develop my creative writing skills more and tying this passion in with my wish to further develop my translation portfolio, Global Voices has given me the perfect platform to do this.
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Ecuador took to social networks to offer support for the Ecuadorian sprinter Álex Quiñónez as he represented the country for the first time in the London 2012 Olympics. Quiñónez reached the 200m finals, finishing in seventh place.
Puerto Rican netizens are brimming with pride and support after the athlete, Javier Culson, reached the semifinals in the 400m hurdles. Culson is considered to have a strong chance of bringing home Puerto Rico's first Olympic gold medal in its history.
Cuban judoka, Yanet Bermoy has won the first medal for Cuba in the London 2012 Olympics. Cuba's blogosphere is buzzing about the win
The story of the uprising of the indigenous freedom fighters has been passed down from generation to generation in the indigenous communities of Bolivia. This rebellious movement was led some 229 years ago by Tupac Katari and remembrance events will take place during the month of November.
Use of the Internet and social networks by the government of Ecuador is rapidly increasing. Is this an attempt to increase government transparency, a new media strategy or alternatively, is this the government's way of bypassing the media silence?