Monthly Archives: January 2013

An Evening of Chinese Food and Jazz

Photo: Archive I was invited by my son and his wife, who live in Canada and are visiting Cuba, to TienTan, a restaurant located in Havana’s formerly populous Chinatown, now reduced to a few blocks and almost devoid of Chinese … Continue reading

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The Year That’s Gone and the One That’s Coming

Photo: Peter Deel The officially designated “Year 54 of the Revolution” has come to an end. No one can deny that in 2012 some changes were made to the comatose Cuban “model,” but it is true that the majority amounted … Continue reading

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Again Something From the "Wild West"

Three years ago I went with Rebeca to greet the New Year at some friends’ house, located on Águila Street in the Central Havana district. What happened to us there became the basis of a post in her blog in which … Continue reading

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