Today the winner for Sweden’s Nobel Prize in Literature didn’t have to travel far to accept the prestigious award.
Bill Chikirivao is the Founder of revokom, the creator of a cloud-based social business platform for the high value asset-based industries.
Thirsty for adventure, the united nations of our road trip swung left into a bumpy parking lot. We paid 500 pesos (one dollar) for sand boards and began the thigh-burning summit to the peak of “duna mayor.”
Earthquakes dominated international headlines this week, namely a 7.0 magnitude quake in Peru and another of 5.9 in the U.S.. Chileans are all too familiar with news of powerful quakes.
Foreigners in Santiago don’t seem to be losing sleep over the roaring demonstrations even though the U.S. Embassy in Chile emailed an “emergency message for U.S. citizens."
Already famed for it’s visual viv, the city boosted it auditory offerings last week by opening its first music library, the “Bilioteca Musical of Valparaíso.”
Hundreds of Chilean students, fighting to overhaul their education system, clashed with an intensified police force as they protested without permission on Thursday 4 August, 2011, through the center of capital Santiago.
Gabriela Blas, 28, spends her days locked up in the Acha Prison in Arica, a mid-sized city in the north of Chile. Tomorrow, August 2, marks four years since police detained her for losing her 3-year-old son.
Start-Up Chile is a program that lasts six short months. Many entrepreneurs decide to stay long after their contracts are over, others go back to their home country, and others make a new life for themselves in new locations, starting from zero.