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Debbie Gonzalez Canada

Argentina de nacimiento, sus viajes personales y profesionales la han llevado a lugares diversos y a temas recurrentes, como las diferencias y similitudes culturales, las motivaciones y los cambios, las herramientas de comunicación, y la relación entre el ser humano y su entorno natural. Baila para mantenerse cuerda, disfruta del arte de conversar, es investigadora y facilita procesos de aprendizaje y participación comunitaria. Es una de las editoras de Matador Network en español y pueden encontrarla en Twitter como @debgcanada .

This map of second languages shows how multicultural most countries really are

Researchers are mapping trees in US cities. The results are surprising and beautiful

In the era of Tinder, “Ask for Angela” could become your new safe word

Watch a revered Mexican singer come out of retirement just to support “La Hillary”

If you want to try Uber’s first self-driving cars, visit Pittsburgh by the end of the month

Kabul’s female graffiti master

A community in Alaska decided to relocate. Guess what’s making them move

A quick guide to the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires

This sound artist’s ‘Book of Sounds’ takes you on a stunning audio/visual journey around the world

Here’s how I manage to travel with chronic illnesses (and you can too)

Depending on the country, today I broke 8 laws just for being a woman. How many did you?

This illustrated guide shows exactly why it’s so hard to speak Spanish

TIMELAPSE: “Perspectives” of Caracas that make us fall in love with it

What it’s like to travel with type 1 diabetes

Need some cheap therapy? Take a taxi in Buenos Aires

Here’s a look at ‘child labour’ that you’ve never seen before

Why we should stop calling them ‘natural’ disasters

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