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Peruvian Students Win Big at International Competition

With their “sound library” and a unique cultural blog, secondary students place as finalists in different categories in an international competition.

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National Water Agency Restoring Wetlands in Watershed of Rio Rímac

One of Lima’s most important watersheds is getting a recharge high up in its Andean place of origin.

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A Traditional Wedding in Huancayo Style (PHOTOS)

A Huancayan family’s culture lives on despite their migration to Lima, with a traditional wedding that included the lavish and competitive pallpa (gift-giving) by the families of both the bride and groom.

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Coca Eradication Program Gaining Traction in Peru (Op)

The government’s initiative to reduce coca producing areas by 50% appears to be having success, including an initiative to replace it with cacao. Are there more sides to the story?

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An Historic Moment: United States Capital to Celebrate Peruvian Gastronomy Day

Thanks to Peru’s growing recognition among international cuisine, Washington D.C. has set an annual day to celebrate the excellence and diversity that is Peruvian food.

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Restaurant Review: 27 Tapas

At 27 Tapas you're encouraged to scour through a curated selection of Spanish-inspired bites.

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Celebrating the Peruvian Potato

Today, May 30th, is National Potato Day in Peru, home of the tuber that changed world history.

Neighbors to Denounce the Infamous "Wall of Shame" in Lima's La Molina District

The “Muro de Verguenza” wall that separates upper-class residents from poverty stricken neighborhoods becomes the subject of a public discrimination controversy. Here’s why…