Month: November 2022

The ODECU has evaluated the nutritional quality of the sausages and has detected species of meat not indicated on the label

In Chile, according to data published by the National Association of Industrialists of Cecinas, ANIC, the annual production of sausages in 2021 exceeded 96 million kilos, including Viennese and fatty sausages. Along with this, in 2018, an article stated that the per capita consumption of Viennese in Chile is 16 kilos, or 16 packs of …

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Presentation of the book “Shards of rage”

Presentation of the book “Shards of rage” Talca University Cultural Extension Center, Quebec 415, Providencia. Tuesday 6 December – 7.00pm “Shards of rage” is the third book published by Juan Pablo Belair, but the first of the short stories. Belair has a Masters in Latin American Literature, a Masters in Ethics, consultant and lecturer in …

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The Argentine writer Mariana Enríquez will be part of the new edition of Santiago in 100 words

The short story competition “Santiago en 100 Palabras”, presented by the Plagio Foundation, has announced the new programming and the call for its XXII version. “We are very happy to announce the programming of the new version of ‘Santiago in 100 Words’, which will feature a series of activities to bring people together around creative …

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Ecuadorian Parliament approves the repeal of Guillermo Lasso’s tax reform

The National Assembly (Parliament) of Ecuador, with an opposition majority, approved this Tuesday (11.29.2022) the repeal of the tax reform of the president, William Lassoas anticipated by his Minister of Economy and Finance. With 100 votes in favor of the 129 assembly members present, the Ecuadorian Legislature took the step to repeal the tax reform …

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Chilean graphic and political art is presented in Mexico City

With a first version at the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, the Latin American art exhibition entitled “Giro Gráfico: Como en el muro la hiedra”, is conceived by the Red de Conceptualismos del Sur, with the aim of portraying the revolutionary movements of the language Latin America through its graphic expressions. From November this year …

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Metro seeks to halt Transbank rate hike ahead of TDLC, warns of ‘imminent threat to users’

On Nov. 18, Metro SA Passenger Transport Company filed a preliminary ruling with the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia (TDLC) to try to stop Transbank’s rate hike. According to the slogan ThirdFour days later, the court decided not to proceed with the request, as the company has not presented sufficient elements to prove …

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Santo Domingo Wetland has lost 80% of its body of water in the past 7 years

From 2015 to today, the area at the mouth of the Maipo river where the homonymous Naturalistic Oasis is located, has lost 81% of the surface of its body of water. This is one of the results of a recent study commissioned by the City of Santo Domingo and developed by researchers from different study …

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Conversation “Dialogues on faith, disability and inclusion”

Conversation “Dialogues on faith, disability and inclusion” Pastoral UC Youtube channel. Friday 2nd December – 11am Those wishing to participate must register here. Addressing the inclusion of people with disabilities requires implementing comprehensive public policies and designing strategies with a multidimensional approach. “Moving towards inclusion is everyone’s job. And to do it effectively you need …

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The pottery of Quinchamalí and Santa Cruz de Cuca enters the Unesco list of urgent protection of the intangible cultural heritage

A group of 35 potters representing Quinchamalí and Santa Cruz de Cuca, together with the Undersecretary of Cultural Heritage, Carolina Pérez, and the head of Transformative Education of UNESCO, Mary Guinn Delaney, followed the live broadcast of the ceremony at the Palace Pereira. Session of the Unesco Intergovernmental Committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage, held in …

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