Category: Peru

Will Climate Change Affect El Niño?

As an alternative climate summit gets underway in the Bolivian city of Cochabamba, many in the Andean region are wondering how they will cope with El Niño, a cyclical meteorological […] Read More >

Claudia Llosa’s “The Milk of Sorrow” Takes Peru to the Oscars (Film Review)

“The Milk of Sorrow” (La Teta Asustada), Peru’s first Oscar-nominated film, exposes the trauma left by the country’s 20 year-long struggle with domestic terrorism to an international audience. From the […] Read More >

Ceviche — South America Offers The Next Big Thing In Raw Food

New York — American palates have for years embraced sushi, the refined and artful Japanese rendering of raw fish. But what about ceviche? Why isn’t this crisply chilled, citrus marinated […] Read More >