By Dayneris Maxan Vernon / Radio Cadena Agramonte
More than 50 years have passed since the Revolution succeeded in Cuba, and nowadays when the island country updates its socioeconomic model the youth actively participates in the process.
By María Elena Alvarez Ponce
Convinced that neither world crisis nor imperial blockades will ever erase the smile from the face of its children, Cuba celebrates Children’s Day every June 1, making it an unforgettable day for them, full of joy and tenderness.
We, the people who live in the largest island of the Caribbean, can boast about having the eldest person of the world as a fellow countryman, someone who deserves to be at the Guinness Book of Records.
By Eduardo Luis Martín
"Show your hands, I dominoed! (1)" This and other expressions such as I pass, or throw the “fat” away (2), referring to the highest tiles in a domino game are frequently heard in houses, doorways and on any street corner where Cubans gather to play this national pastime.