Vienna: this Colombian is the new director of the Wiener Symphoniker

Who is Andrés Orozco-Estrada?


Honduran speech: an outsider’s guide to understanding ‘Catrachos’

For any travellers looking to engage and immerse themselves in Honduran culture I recommend having some knowledge of the slang and informal speech as it comes in extremely handy

International Women’s Day: an ode to those who have propelled us forward

Latin American Post joins companies like Barbie and Google in celebrating women who have made and continue to make history

How do Latinos celebrate Ash Wednesday?

In Bogota, this religious holiday is practiced by people of all ages and social backgrounds

Tracey Crouch: a Minister of Loneliness?

The government of the United Kingdom has decided to tackle the issue of solitude

Latam BookLook: "High Hand" by Curtis J. James

Did this spy novel predict Trump as president?

Amazon Handmade: 3 Mexican brands that you should know

This platform reaches Mexico as a new opportunity for artisans to present and sell their products

Paraguay: Guaraní's struggle to keep up with Spanish

Although this native language is widely used in homes, the Paraguayan government is launching campaigns to improve its image and place it on a par with Spanish

Reggaeton Colombia

Why is Colombia the main international representative of Reggaeton?

The coffee nation has become, by its own merits, the world ambassador of this musical genre

Why Hispanics in USA deny their Latin roots?

A study conducted by Pew Research Center reveals that from third generation, Hispanics do not identify themselves as such

Latinamerican Poetry: Female voices that marked history

Latinamerican Poetry: Female voices that marked history

With out these women, South American poesy wouldn’t be what it is today

“Our dead world” by Liliana Colanzi

Latam BookLook: “Our dead world” by Liliana Colanzi

From Bolivia, this author brings us stories full of magical realism, science fiction, and truths between the lines