Wellington, October 15. On October 20, Cuba celebrates its Culture Day, to commemorate the first time the National Anthem was sung, in 1868, at the beginning of our wars of independence.
The Embassy in New Zealand has been posting messages from filmmakers, poets, and dance teachers, among other admirers of our culture and friends of Cuba, on its social networks.
A special place occupies the interpretation of our National Anthem by the young student Larainah Tapelu, who learned it especially for this occasion.
To culminate the celebrations, on October 20, a Cuban night will be held at the Embassy, with cinema and music from our country, organized in collaboration with the Young Professionals Network (YPN) of the Latin America/New Zealand Business Council (LANZBC).
Young professionals interested in learning about our culture and accredited Latin American diplomats will attend.