Raised in the Philippines, Cacha
began his career there as a draftsman in 1992 after earning a bachelor of science degree in architecture from the Mapua Institute of Technology in Manilla.
Earlier in the year, Cacha
had said that "maybe we will follow in the steps of our Jewish brothers," referring to a once-thriving community that has since emigrated in droves.
Riobamba is a small city, built in Spanish colonial times, while Cacha
is an indigenous community, where the people work generally in subsistence agriculture and rarely visit the town.
(2003) "Raices tempranas de un erotismo inhibido" en CACHA
"It's the same basic quartet as on the first record, with some guests, but it wasn't a case of let's get people with celebrity cachA
. They're all long-term associates with one notable exception.
"Anything signed by Padraig Pearse or Michael Collins has a cachA
But, like Oxford and Cambridge, it still has a certain cachA
, particularly among well-heeled foreigners who come here to study Spanish.
En efecto, Garcilaso hace referencia a un <<pueblo y nacion>> llamado Huancani al contar las conquistas realizadas por Sinche Roca, el segundo Inca: <<Empero otros dicen que paso mucho mas adelante y gano otros muchos pueblos y naciones que van por el camino de Umasuyu, que son Cancalla, Cacha
Rurucachi, Assillu, Asancatu, Huancani, hasta el pueblo llamado Pucara>> (17).
There's salsa and Cuban music from the band Orquestra CachA
, swing, klesmer and roots music from The Zen Hussies.
In "little Havana," where the smell of cigars and Cuban coffee can sometimes be overwhelming, Caridad, or Cacha
as she is called by her friends, is a 61-year-old naturalized American citizen.
In the language of the African slaves who worked on plantations in this region of Brazil, cacha
is the word for drum, while mumbu means music.