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“Looking for Some Good Migrations…”

Want to know more about Peru – US migration relations? Check out this first article in our new column by the former General Counsel of the U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service.

Opinion 3 Comments

Sunday Morning Special with Mr. Humanitarian

Jim Killon The Dash Today is the future that you talked about yesterday. Today is the tomorrow that you referred to yesterday that would be when you started your plan

Mr. Living in Peru 1 Comment

Saturday Morning Coffee with Mr. Living in Peru

Dear Friends, Fall has finally arrived in Lima, but the weather is still weird, as some days we have 16 degrees with “rain” and other days we have 25 degrees

Culture 0 Comments

Cultural Heroes and Pioneers: Peruvian Singer Sylvia Falcón Performs Classic Peruvian Fusion and Folk Songs With Ricardo Villanueva

Returning to the University of San Marcos in Lima, the two alumni delivered a stunning performance for their alma mater based in Peruvian traditional music with guitarist Ricardo Villanueva.

Opinion 1 Comment

Living Strong Abroad: Pushing Past Fear

As Jo ascends on her flight to a life-changing experience, she’s leaves with us a moment of reflection. What are our fears? What would we do if we weren’t afraid?

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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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Celebrating the Peruvian Potato

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

Mr. Living in Peru 1 Comment

Rubbing Salt into the Wound of Racial Pain

A well-known Afro-Peruvian activist and TV journalist Sofia Carrillo sparked widespread comment and debate over racism in Peru following an incident in airport.