Welcome to chileno.co.uk! 'The' magazine about Chile. This is the space to debate and discuss, teach and learn, share ideas and immerse yourself in Chilean culture, including but not limited to of course, music, science, politics, the economy, sport and film. We also have interviews with various Chilean people, from those just starting out in life to seasoned professionals and experts in their respective fields. So, we would like to welcome you all to participate in chileno.co.uk and you can do this by reading, commenting, submitting articles or media, interacting through social networks and bookmarks. You can even just say hi in a comment box ;). To this end we've installed a translator for 54 languages; it won't cover every single language and dialect out there but we will add more as they become available. To see chileno.co.uk in another language simply click on one of the flag icons on the front page that best corresponds to a language that you understand and watch as the site undergoes a magical, linguistic transformation. We also support local charities in Chile and provide a market place for Chilean artisans to display their wares. Please follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page by clicking the buttons below.
The Chileno Team
Editor in Chief
The Editor in Chief of Chileno is Dr Matthew Owens who has had a passion for all things Chilean since he married into a Chilean family.
Matthew is also an academic research consultant who has spent over 4 years at the University of Cambridge with an interest in psychological processes and common psychiatric problems in young people such as anxiety and depression.
He has published widely on these issues predominantly in peer-reviewed academic journals such as the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the British Journal of Psychology and PLOS ONE. Media coverage for his work with academic colleagues has been extensive and included in the following news outlets:
— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) November 29, 2012
To make enquiries to the editor about submitting an article for publication please see the 'Submissions' page.
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