This 2001-02 Grand Prize Winner is Hei Man Lau who was sponsored by the Hong Kong Mandarin Lions Club, Hong Kong, China

According Publishers Weekly, "the Latina Bible is Hip and chatty, with serious undertones. This "bible" will be a valuable resource for young Latina women.

Creative Civilization, the agency of record for the San Fernando Cathedral City Centre Project, created a memorable gift for the donors that raised funds for the City Centre Capital Campaign. What was created, was a gift for the entire country to enjoy.

It's surprising to find a sumptuous mansion in the heart of a working-class neighborhood, but during Mexico's colonial era, the Tacubaya area of Mexico City was a weekend getaway for wealthy families who lived downtown.

This fall HarperCollins Publishers has begun publishing the first list of books under its newly formed imprint, Rayo, an imprint created to publish titles for and about Latinos in both English and Spanish.

Every country has it's national dish that its known for images of festive get-togethers and the aroma of home-cooked foods enliven the senses. Take a culinary trip this holiday season Nuevo Latino style by celebrating with Latin American bold flavors, colorful ingredients and sabroso avocados.

At at groundbreaking ceremony on October 25th, Executive Director, Lorraine García-Nakata stated, "The new building allows us to attain a long-held dream: to provide a meaningful voice for our community and a home for that voice which is as grand and meaningful as its message".

A full-color book that will be treasured for years to come will celebrate the Cuban-American community and its lifestyle.

Tito Puente's legacy will live on through an historic musical international dance concert to benefit Latin music in a new generation.

The Augusta Savage Gallery presents an art show of Cuban international artist curated by artist and professor of Mount Holyoke College Leandro Soto, entitled: CAFE: THE JOURNEYS OF CUBAN ARTISTS.

Benito Martinez-Creel, President/CEO of Acento Advertising and an accomplished artist, will be exhibiting his latest works at the Louis Stern Fine Arts Gallery in Beverly Hills from September 8 to October 21.

More than a million Cubans left their homeland following 1959, carrying with them images of life in Cuba. Hilda ten Brink, who left Cuba in 1961, was one of these Cubans, sharing memories of the past through her collection of Cuban postcards that capture Cuba from 1899 to the late 1950's.

In celebration of Dominican Heritage Week, Heineken USA, the nation's largest beer importer, will honor New York's Dominican community at a ceremony today in New York City's Washington Heights neighborhood by unveiling a 25-foot wide by 35-foot high mural replicating a painting by internationally

Direct from the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de Amalia Hernandez returns to the United States with a Commemorative 21-City Tour beginning September 14 through October 14, 2001.