Chilling with an ice-cold cerveza at a beach bar... Dancing at CDMX’s hottest salsa club... Screaming your head off at the Copa América... Drop the textbook formality and chat with the locals in Latin America’s everyday language. • What’s up? ¿Qué tal? • What a hottie! ¡Que cuerazo! • Let’s pound these shots. Tráguemonos estos traguitos. • That ref sucks. Es una mierda ese árbitro/a. • I’m craving all-you-can-eat tacos. Me antoja un poco de taquiza libre. • Do you wanna hook up? ¿Quieres ligar?
The Rough Guide to South America is the definitive handbook to the continent. Features include: Full-colour section introducing South America's highlights Detailed coverage and extensive practicalities for all thirteen countries, along with the Galapagos Islands and Easter Island. Vivid accounts of unmissable attractions, from the beaches of Rio and the glaciers of Patagonia to the Inca ruins at Machu Picchu. Hundreds of critical reviews on the best places to stay, eat and drink, plus details on major festivals and indigenous music. Expert advice on exploring the jungles, deserts and mountains up close, as well as crossing borders and planning multi-country trips. Maps and Plans for the entire continent.
"Japanese migration to Latin America began in the late nineteenth century, and today the continent is home to 1.5 million persons of Japanese descent. Combining detailed scholarship with rich personal histories, The Japanese in Latin America is the first comprehensive study of the patterns of Japanese migration on the continent as a whole. When the United States and Canada tightened their immigration restrictions in 1907, Japanese contract laborers began to arrive in mines and plantations in Latin America. Daniel M. Masterson, with the assistance of Sayaka Funada-Classen, examines Japanese agricultural colonies in Latin America, As well as the subsequent cultural networks that sprang up with...
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Engineering Secure Software and Systems, ESSoS 2015, held in Milan, Italy, in March 2015. The 11 full papers presented together with 5 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 41 submissions. The symposium features the following topics: formal methods; cloud passwords; machine learning; measurements ontologies; and access control.