Thursday 12th October 2017. You, me, music & Rabbits

October 12, 2017

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Fairly relaxing morning this morning. In the last hour today we continue with our White Rabbit Red Rabbit promotion! The mastermind behind the idea of putting on this play here in Panama is with us Levys Mon Calderon and Simon Tejeira who will be performing on the 21st of October. Unique and exciting is the feeling from the perspective of the actors, as for Levys he read the script and became obsessed. So I guess we are the objects now of that obsession…. Get your tickets here!

Simon Tejeira, Gerry and Leyvs Mon Calderon

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Coat_of_Arms_of_Panama.svgIn the midst of the joy and the celebration in Panama after the classification to its first World Cup, now begins the countdown to knowing what is ahead in Russia 2018.

The President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, decreed yesterday a national holiday after Panama’s classification to the 2018 World Cup.

The Association of Users of the Colon Free Zone (ZLC) expressed disagreement with the decision of the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, to order a national holiday to celebrate the classification of Panama into the 2018 World Cup.

A few hours after the Panamanian team qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, there are already Panamanians who are interested in traveling to witness the matches in which their team will participate.

Panama has experienced spectacular economic growth in recent years, but the poor quality of its public education has made it one of the most unequal countries in the world, according to a report released yesterday by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

China’s Deputy Minister of Commerce Yu Jianhua is visiting Panama to push issues of the new bilateral agenda after the establishment of diplomatic ties last June, including the signing of a free trade agreement (FTA) informed the Panamanian Foreign Ministry.

The National Energy Secretariat reported yesterday that there will be new fuel prices. 95 octane gasoline will drop 4 cents and its price will be 0.77 cents per liter, while 91 octane gasoline will fall 2 cents and will be priced at 0.73 cents per liter.

Five decades have passed since revolutionary hero Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara was assassinated. In its memory, and with the support of the Cuban Embassy in Panama and the Frenadeso group, Prensa Latina news agency took unpublished images from its archive to remember an ‘icon’.


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