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David Wald
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Filmmaking apprentice, haunted musician, tech wizard, art enthusiast, moonlight walker, free thinker.
Filmmaking apprentice, haunted musician, tech wizard, art enthusiast, moonlight walker, free thinker.

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Tuve la oportunidad de conocer al profesor Mario de Obaldia y me parece excelente lo que su hija Alba está haciendo en su nombre; además de justo, es necesario que las artes y la cultura se desarrollen más en todo el territorio panameño.

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Pablo Iglesias: “Algunos dicen que España es una marca, creen que se puede comprar y vender. Malditos sean los que quieren convertir nuestra cultura en mercancía”. “Somos un país de ciudadanos, soñamos como Quijote pero nos tomamos muy en serio nuestros sueños”.

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Marcha por la justicia y dignidad
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Indígenas de América. Los primeros panameños.
 Ngobe-Bugle en Boquete

The tribes of the Ngobe-Bugle Indians have been central to Panama’s coffee industry since its early days. They live in a Comarca, which is an autonomous region within Panama, but the area features mountainous terrain and nutrient poor soil, which makes farming difficult. To supplement their incomes thousands of the Ngobe Bugle people migrate to the coffee regions of Panama and Costa Rica during harvest season to work as pickers and laborers. Their role in making Panama specialty coffee a leader in the worldwide industry is invaluable. The Ngobe-Bugle are responsible for the selection of only of the ripest cherries and they also employ the highest standards of manual quality control during the harvesting and processing periods at the farms.

Learn More About the Ngobe-Bugle.-->
http://www.fincadeborah.com/volcan-boquete-region/

#Panama   #Coffee   #Boquete  
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This is an excerpt from TVP Magazine, "EARTH: CREATURES" article. In order to fully understand the meaning of the message and how it applies to The Venus Project, we highly recommend you to read the entire article here - http://ow.ly/Hhm7t
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Datos muy interesantes sobre nuestro planeta. Sabías que las aves son más antiguas que la hierba? O que el aire era irrespirable durante la primera mitad de la historia de la tierra?

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