Everything Is Numbers!

British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008) liked to repeat that: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is totally indistinguishable from magic." The phrase rules...

Costa Rica Identifies Opportunities for the Export of Educational Services to Spain

Focus efforts on attracting students from careers in which Costa Rica is an international benchmark, doctoral students and teaching or administrative staff, and the...

Sex Education: The Netflix Series that Seeks to Break Taboos

One of the great promises of Netflix for 2019 is the British series "Sex Education". This production seeks to break the great taboos that...

Receive New Year with All the Wonders that Costa Rica Has to Offer!

There are only hours left to say goodbye to the year 2018, to draw new projects towards our surroundings and, of course, for our...

Why Is the Day of the Holy Innocents Celebrated?

Every 28th of December, Latin America commemorates this date as an opportunity to play tricks on the naive ones. However, it is a tradition...

Come and Enjoy the “Zapote Festivities” of San José in This Holiday Season!

Zapote is a district of the canton of San José, located east of the city. They have a special holiday celebration that takes place...

The Origin of Christmas

Christmas is one of the most important holidays for the Western world, whose meaning - which traditionally commemorates the birth of Jesus -not only...

Enhancing the “National Cultural Assets” from a Costa Rican Perspective

Since the mid-19th century, but especially from the last century, a set of industries emerged to produce goods that qualify within what we call...

Countering the Inequality Gap in the Costa Rican Private Sector

Costa Rican companies aspire to become inclusive organizations, but in practice, they need to advance even more in terms of policies, processes and a...

Turkey: A Good Choice for New Year’s Eve Dinners

A dish that is inevitable at the end-of-the-year celebrations is the baked turkey. This bird was known by the Spaniards in Mexico during the...
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