ABC News Presents President Obama's Historic Visit to Cuba 360 Video
According Associate Press, President Barack Obama made an extraordinary visit to Cuba on Sunday March 20th. It has been nearly 90 years since a siting American president walked the streets of the old Havana. For the past 15 months, President Obama is attempting to set a new course with Cuba, hoping to permanently burry over half a century of estrangement and take the countries relationship to the next level.
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The US President spoke of a fresh start to the staff at the newly openly US Embassy.
“This is a historic visit and historic opportunity to engage directly with the Cuban people.”
President Obama hopes that in the near future, the American and Cuban people would find scenes like this a routine. Although there were a little dispute between President Obama and Cuba President Raúl Castro, when President Obama spoke about human rights:
“Give me a list of the political prisoners and I will release them immediately,” Mr. Castro said, asked by a reporter about dissidents his government has arrested. “Just mention the list. What political prisoners?” By President Raúl Castro
“I affirm that Cuba’s destiny will not be decided by the United States or any other nation, Cuba is sovereign and rightly has great pride, and the future of Cuba will be decided by Cubans, not by anybody else.” By President Obama
Virtual reality reporter take you into the streets of Havana with 360 degree video view, so you can see life action view in 360 degree of what the streets are like in during the President’s visit to Cuba. So what's your thought about President Obama's latest visit to Cuba? Some would find this visit both awkward and strange, to see the American flag flying in the heart in the communist Cuba. Immersive journalism takes readers into the streets of Havana in 360 virtual reality video.
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