“Because of your culture, I came to study, work and live.”
I chose Buenos Aires because it was an easy city for immigrants to reach. And as soon as I became independent at the age of 18, I arrived in a city that has a lot of culture and is perfectly linked to that of European and Latin American visitors. I fell in love with art and architecture, they have so many good things to share, words, stories. Because of their culture, I came to study, work and live.
I don’t like the fact that porteños are so rude, with few manners in the street. Nor do I like the fact that some people express xenophobic ideas. And most of all, they are at times so egocentric. However, when you go around the country you notice that not all Argentines are the same.
And something that I loved, and that I didn’t know in my country, is the way you cook polenta. And another specialty that you have is tuco porteño: a unique flavor in the world.
Harold, from Colombia
Periodista y productor especializado en cultura y espectáculos.
Colabora desde hace más de 25 años con medios nacionales en gráfica, audiovisuales e internet.
Además trabaja produciendo Contenidos en áreas de cultura nacionales y municipales.
Ha dictado talleres y cursos de periodismo cultural en instituciones públicas y privadas.
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