The best way to contact us is to leave a message in the forum. The two women who created and run Hemosoido and Translating Cuba wish to remain in the background since this site is about the bloggers…not about us.
Anyone wanting confirmation or information is encouraged to post in the forum because we will get back to you within 24 hours.
Now…back to translating!
Maria y Karen
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I want to help. However I do not speak Spanish. Is it still possible to help translate?
Thank you for what you are doing. It is so important.
Thanks for your offer. But it is required to be able to speak Spanish in order to translate.
Dear Maria and Karen,
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In Cuba Today
Hello. I would like to help with the translations from Spanish to English. How would I go about getting involved with that?
Just go to this page: http://hemosoido.com/?page_id=252 and start! The titles in red mean someone else is translating that post. So pick another post to translate. Welcome!
Hi guys! just reading havana real the book and understand you offer blogging training courses wich I’d love to get started on. Can anyone tell me how it works and what should I do? thanks in advance and best regards.
It is Yoani who offers course to Cuban bloggers living in Cuba.