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Colombian nanny is viral on TikTok for teaching her country’s culture in the United States

Karen Triana is a Colombian nanny who traveled to the United States as a pair. The family assigned to him has two children and a small child.

Taking advantage of her experience in the social network, Triana began recording videos for the social network TikTok, where she published what she did while taking care of the little ones. There they were seen dancing to Latin music and even eating sweets that can only be found in Colombia.

He did not think that these videos were so well received among the followers of this digital platform due to which they got over 8 million views in just one publication. “The truth is, I didn’t expect people to be so welcoming and the most beautiful thing is that I looked up to many of those happy followers to look at a small part of Latin American culture in the United States and see that children How do you enjoy it. Way”, He said in an interview with Univision News Network.

Karen puts quipitos, barillat, nusita and many more sweets for the little ones to eat so that they can rate them and let her followers know what kind of sweets are consumed in our country. However, there are those who disqualified children for eating so many sweets, to which they responded.

“I love what I do with them and I even have parental permission. Sometimes people exaggerate on social networks too much […] They are happy, they really liked that I taught them about art, about music, about our culture and what better way than through such activities. Whenever we sing, dance or eat sweets I try to teach them words in Spanish and they are like sponges. At night we read stories and they tell me ‘How do you say this word in Spanish?'”, the Colombian calmly tells American media aimed at the Latino public.

With 75,000 followers on TikTok, Karen continues to post videos of their cultural exchange, which is the main reason why she decided to become a couple. “What I wanted was to have a cultural exchange, so I decided to become or pair And I’ve only been here a month and a half, it’s not that long, and I want to get to know all this culture, want to be here, and what else to do besides spend time with the kids,” assures Triana.

Colombian sweets occupy the United States

Recognized Colombian product Chocoramo It’s selling like hotcakes in America now that it’s hit the shelves of well-known CVS pharmacies.

ProColombia’s vice president of exports, Juliana Villegas, wrote on her Twitter account that the arrival is part of the current trade agreement the country has with the US and that they will continue to work so that more Colombian companies can take advantage of it.

As seen in the official’s trill, Ramo’s products are sold at CVS pharmacies at affordable prices. For example, Chocoramo costs 99 cents, while the brownies and other cakes pictured at the bottom of the booth are just under $2.

According to ProColombia, the Colombian company’s products already exist in about 120 stores of this type. They started in La Florida, where thousands of Colombians and Latinos live, and they are not only in CVS, but also in Navarros, the Latino format of discount pharmacies.

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