Barrio Chino, Habana” is an ongoing project that aims to document the remaining fragments of the once glorious Chinatown in Habana, Cuba. In its prime, during the 50’s, it was the largest Chinatown in Latin America. This community has a long history, dating back to the 19th century, when thousands of Chinese were brought to Cuba in search of work. After the 1959 Revolution in Cuba, the growth of the community stopped abruptly. Many Chinese fled the country once the Communist Government took power. Today there are approximately 150 Chinese born in China left on the island. Although the ageing community is slowly disappearing, its few remaining residents and descendants are fighting every day to keep it alive. Most of them have never been to China.