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More remains found from ancient indigenous civilization in modern day Lima
Posted by Michael Krumholtz on Apr 24, 2018 Leave a comment

More remains found from ancient indigenous civilization in modern day Lima

  Researchers in Lima say they have found more remains from the Lima culture, an ancient indigenous civilization that was living in what is now Lima as early as the  Full Article »

International food festival with World Cup twist comes to Lima
Posted by Frances Jenner on Apr 18, 2018 Leave a comment

International food festival with World Cup twist comes to Lima

  This Thursday, Lima will present a football-themed gastronomic festival in the Pasaje Santa Rosa in the historical center of the capital, report news agency Andina. The festival, called ‘Flavours of  Full Article »

‘Internal racism’ is prevalent in Peru, survey shows
Posted by Frances Jenner on Mar 27, 2018 Leave a comment

‘Internal racism’ is prevalent in Peru, survey shows

The results of Ipsos’ National Survey of Cultural Diversity and Discrimination have been released today by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture and they show a bleak representation of how the  Full Article »

‘Justice for All Women’ as Peru celebrates International Women’s Day
Posted by Frances Jenner on Mar 8, 2018 Leave a comment

‘Justice for All Women’ as Peru celebrates International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is today and, although women’s rights have made huge strides in the last century, women are still facing gender discrimination in Peru in 2018. Many organisations in  Full Article »

Peru looks forward to star-studded lineup of concerts in coming months
Posted by Michael Krumholtz on Feb 7, 2018 Leave a comment

Peru looks forward to star-studded lineup of concerts in coming months

Beginning in March, the stars will start to flock to Peru for some highly anticipated concerts in Lima. With headlining names like Radiohead, Katy Perry, Depeche Mode, and Phil Collins  Full Article »

World Heritage site Nasca Lines damaged in truck accident
Posted by Arjun Harindranath on Feb 3, 2018 Leave a comment

World Heritage site Nasca Lines damaged in truck accident

The ancient indigenous site Nasca Lines has been destroyed after a truck accident. The enormous drawings, that are visible only from the air, were damaged badly following the actions of  Full Article »

Discovery lifts veil of ancient desert-civilization
Posted by Kwinten Wouters on Jan 13, 2018 Leave a comment

Discovery lifts veil of ancient desert-civilization

Archaeologists have discovered two chambers of the Mochica culture. The finding provides key clues to understanding the political life of this ancient pre-Incan culture.

The Paisana Jacinta Controversy continues to divide Peruvians
Posted by Kwinten Wouters on Jan 9, 2018 Leave a comment

The Paisana Jacinta Controversy continues to divide Peruvians

For almost 2 decades Peruvian comedian Jorge Benavides, dressed up in drag as a poor indigenous woman, has been making Peruvians laugh. The recent release of a full-length movie about  Full Article »

The Peru Reports’ media incubator Espacio announces the launch of a new online publication- En Serie
Posted by perureportsadmin on Jan 4, 2018 Leave a comment

The Peru Reports’ media incubator Espacio announces the launch of a new online publication- En Serie

Espacio announced this morning the launch of their newest project, En Serie. The online publication is dedicated to keeping up with the latest films, series, and everything related to the  Full Article »

Christmas in Peru
Posted by Kwinten Wouters on Dec 21, 2017 Leave a comment

Christmas in Peru

I remember it vividly. My first Christmas in Cusco, Peru, two years ago. The memory still makes me smile. I was walking just past midnight around the Plaza de Armas.  Full Article »