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columbia ghion journal Chengue: 17 Years of Solitude
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Nico is a writer, thinker, traveler and most of all a lover of human culture and our connective narratives. Originally from Utah now living in Columbia, Nico has traveled and lived in endless nations from South Africa to Ethiopia to Italy and beyond. Nico is a writer who loves to share his stories of the encounters he had with strangers and friends alike. Through the pen, Nico connects many as one.
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Nico is a writer, thinker, traveler and most of all a lover of human culture and our connective narratives. Originally from Utah now living in Columbia, Nico has traveled and lived in endless nations from South Africa to Ethiopia to Italy and beyond. Nico is a writer who loves to share his stories of the encounters he had with strangers and friends alike. Through the pen, Nico connects many as one.
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Once upon a time, Chengue exemplified the simple, peaceful campesino life. And every year, around June 29—a day to commemorate both Peter and Paul—the...