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    Renowned Tico Writer Aquileo J. Echeverría Zeledón

    Famous Costa Rican poet, journalist, writer and politician. In 1887 he was appointed Attaché of the Embassy of Costa Rica in Washington, United States
    Learn About the Importance of Insects on a Visit to the Insect Museum in Costa Rica

    Learn About the Importance of Insects on a Visit to the Insect Museum in...

    The Museum of Insects, founded in 1962, seeks that its visitors know the biodiversity of our country and also learn the importance and benefits that insects have in our environment

    The BPM Festival Returns to Costa Rica in 2021

    The BPM Festival has announced its return to Costa Rica in 2021, for the second annual Tamarindo, CR edition slated for March 3rd - March 7th

    Guava Producers in Costa Rica take Important steps for Exporting the Fruit

    The improvements made to the infrastructure and equipment of the Food Processing and Marketing Center (CEPROMA) in Río Grande de Paquera

    San Isidro del General and its Unique Cultural Atmosphere

    San Isidro del General is a town, and head of the canton of Pérez Zeledón, south of the province of San José in Costa Rica Stop for a moment (or more) to enjoy the atmosphere
    Be Careful with Stress During These Times

    Be Careful with Stress During These Times

    Many times you feel fatigue, a headache that does not go away or frequent insomnia, be careful, stress can be the cause of them

    Ibo Bonilla: Renowned Artist with Great Influence on Our Culture

    Known for his diverse sculptures and extensive work in the field of architecture, Ibo Bonilla Oconitrillo has become one of the most influential Costa Rican artists working today

    How the Worker´s Health and Disability Orders Due to COVID-19 Apply in Costa Rica

    On the subject of isolation and disability orders, doubts arise when the worker is diagnosed with Covid-19 and his condition allows him to continue working
    Russia Registers Second Coronavirus Vaccine

    Russia Registers Second Coronavirus Vaccine

    Novosibirsk-based research center Vector has registered Russia's second Coronavirus vaccine, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced yesterday during a government online meeting
    How to Create an Impactful Resume and Capture Employers' Attention in Times of Pandemic

    Create an Impactful Resume and Capture Employers’ Attention

    The curriculum has always played a decisive role when it comes to finding a job, as it is the cover letter of the candidates for the position
    Pensioners in Costa Rica can now access the new Accelerated Withdrawal ROP

    Pensioners in Costa Rica can now access the new Accelerated Withdrawal ROP

    More than 12,000 people in the country can currently request an accelerated withdrawal from the Obligatory Complementary Pension Scheme (ROP)
    Latin America

    “Culture of Privilege” Aims to Maintain Inequalities in Latin America

    Little is said about the “culture of privilege”, a permanent reproducer of inequalities whose birth dates from the conquest and colonization of Latin America
    OECD Publishes the Report "Corporate Governance in Costa Rica" that will Improve the Country's Management Startegies

    OECD Publishes the Report “Corporate Governance in Costa Rica” that will Improve the Country’s...

    The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published the report: “Corporate Governance in Costa Rica”
    XII Edition of "Corre por mi " will be Virtual in October

    XII Edition of “Corre por mi ” will be Virtual in October

    Under the slogan "You are your own challenge", the XII edition of the traditional race "Corre por mi” (Run for me) will be held virtually in 2020
    UCIMED provides free preparation in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics to Tico Students

    UCIMED provides free preparation in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics to Tico Students

    With the aim of reinforcing the learning of young people in areas related to Health Sciences, the University of Medical Sciences (UCIMED)

    UCIMED School of Medicine Officially Entered the List of Schools with International Accreditation

    In January of this year, the School of Medicine of the University of Medical Sciences (UCIMED), officially received international accreditation by the Mexican Council for the Accreditation of Medical Education (COMAEM)
    Tico Will Compete in the Cycling DownHill World Cup in Austria

    Tico Will Compete in the Cycling DownHill World Cup in Austria

    17-year-old Costa Rican Pablo Aguilar will compete with the highest performance cycling athletes in the world at the Bikepark Leogang track in Austria
    Tica Launches Book that Encourages Women to Treat their Own Images with Self-Love

    Tica Launches Book that Encourages Women to Treat their Own Images with Self-Love

    In search of encouraging women to treat their image with self-love, image expert Luigina Campos launched her first book: The route that will make you shine
    healthcare

    Costa Rica Health Practitioners Request more Comprehensive Care for the Elderly

    The director of the National Hospital of Geriatrics and Gerontology, Milena Bolaños, asked today to work more and reflect on policies for the comprehensive care of older adults in Costa Rica
    The WHO Confirms the Origin of COVID-19

    The WHO Confirms the Origin of COVID-19

    The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has put an end to doubts about the origin of the novel Coronavirus
    True Effects of the Pandemic on Poverty will be seen in 3 to 6 Months

    True Effects of the Pandemic on Poverty will be seen in 3 to 6...

    The UN presented a report on the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on poverty and its conclusions were demoralizing: "The worst is yet to come

    Regeneron: What is Known about this Experimental Treatment Against the Coronavirus

    The use of monoclonal antibodies is considered one of the most promising treatments for fighting COVID-19, and Regeneron is one of the pioneering companies to test them

    Casinos Reopen Their Doors in Costa Rica

    Ricardo Menéndez, President of the Costa Rican Association of Casinos, explained that there is a lot of enthusiasm in the reopening, since they have...
    Geneva , Switzerland will have the Highest Minimum Wage in the World

    Geneva, Switzerland will have the Highest Minimum Wage in the World

    The residents of the canton of Geneva (Switzerland) voted in a referendum on September 27, to pronounce in favor of a minimum wage of 23 Swiss francs per hour
    “Quino”, Creator of “Mafalda”, dies at age 88

    “Quino”, Creator of “Mafalda”, dies at age 88

    All these reflections and existential questions about the world are from “Mafalda”, the cartoon of the Argentine girl created by the cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado Tejón
    Mobilizations in the capital of Colombia in the face of police violence

    Mobilizations in the capital of Colombia to Protest against Police Violence

    Left-wing political movements staged demonstrations in Bogotá against the increase in prevailing police violence in Colombia

    Human-Crocodile Conflict in Costa Rica, where are we headed?

    The American crocodile is a species widely distributed in the coastal regions of the continent, both on the Pacific coast and in the Caribbean
    Costa Rica is NOT a poor country…and we must ALL help to strive it forward

    Costa Rica is NOT a poor country…and we must ALL help to strive ...

    Our country has been impoverished by some inept or irresponsible politicians. To exacerbate our current crisis to the limit, four governments were enough
    Digital Services

    Consider VAT on Digital Services as Deductible Expenses in Favor of your Company in...

    If you are an entrepreneur or freelancer, you may see the 13% VAT on cross-border digital services as an additional expense that you must add month to month
    Baby of a Young Pregnant Woman Who Died of COVID-19 Manages to Survive

    Baby of a Young Pregnant Woman Who Died of COVID-19 Manages to Survive

    Within the latest list of deaths from COVID-19, a woman with a particular profile stood out: at 18 she became the youngest victim
    Aspects to take into Account before the Fiscal Year Closing

    Aspects to take into Account before the Fiscal Year Closing

    The entry into force of the Law for Strengthening Public Finance in Costa Rica at the end of 2018, brought with it a change in how the fiscal period was measured in the country.
    A Mask maid in Spain claims to eliminate the Coronavirus using UV-C Rays while Breathing

    A Mask maid in Spain claims to eliminate the Coronavirus using UV-C Rays while...

    We are able to kill the virus comfortably, while we walk down the street, breathe or speak”, says its creator. A company located in Elche (Spain)

    A New Bill seeks to Limit the Contacts that Employers make with Remote working...

    Technology has made life, knowledge and communications easier for us and allows to be permanently connected, but they are affecting personal and family life

    Did you know that … the Tapir is the largest wild mammal in Costa...

    In addition to its robust body, an adult tapir can reach weights from 50 to 300 kilos. Despite its size, it is a shy and difficult animal to observe in the field
    How Industry 4.0 Can Help Maintain Food Safety

    How Industry 4.0 Can Help Maintain Food Safety

    According to the 2019 Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Safety Report, food containing harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites or chemicals causes more than 200 types of illnesses

    Demonstrators in Costa Rica Keep 57 Points Blocked

    As of the beginning this week, 57 points in different parts of the country remain blocked by around 3000 people, also, 38 places maintain...

    An ambulance is Swept Away by River Current after Taking Alternate Route Due to...

    An ambulance from the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) was swept away by a current; the incident occurred this past weekend in the...
    Let Spirituality Guide Your Success

    Let Spirituality Guide Your Success

    New goals take you out of your comfort zone, and confronts your self-doubts, bringing out the best and the worst in you. These moments of not knowing what to do

    A Comet was Observed for the first time with its Aurora Borealis

    Comet 67P / Churiumov-Gerasimenko has its own aurora borealis, as recorded by instruments of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    The Benefits of Teleworking in Resonance, Guanacaste

    The Benefits of Teleworking in Resonance, Guanacaste

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has completely transformed the way we carry out our professional duties. The opportunity to do it from the Guanacaste tropical beaches
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