Led by Roberto Vargas Lee, a third generation Cuban-Chinese who has studied Kung Fu in China, many Cubans from all walks of life practice Qi gong exercises and martial arts at this outdoor kung fu studio in Havana's Barrio Chino. The number of Chinese people in Havana has skyrocketed as Cuban-Chinese trade expands, making China Cuba's second-largest trading partner, after Venezuela. (Nathaniel Hoffman/MCT)
Led by Roberto Vargas Lee, a third generation Cuban-Chinese who has studied Kung Fu in China, many Cubans from all walks of life practice Qi gong exercises and martial arts at this outdoor kung fu studio in Havana's Barrio Chino. The number of Chinese people in Havana has skyrocketed as Cuban-Chinese trade expands, making China Cuba's second-largest trading partner, after Venezuela. (Nathaniel Hoffman/MCT) MCT
Led by Roberto Vargas Lee, a third generation Cuban-Chinese who has studied Kung Fu in China, many Cubans from all walks of life practice Qi gong exercises and martial arts at this outdoor kung fu studio in Havana's Barrio Chino. The number of Chinese people in Havana has skyrocketed as Cuban-Chinese trade expands, making China Cuba's second-largest trading partner, after Venezuela. (Nathaniel Hoffman/MCT) MCT

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June 20, 2007 4:00 PM

Growing trade with China reinvigorates Havana's Chinatown

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