Joaquín Barañao Díaz (Santiago, Chile, January 6, 1982) is a Chilean writer and podcaster, who specialized in books and podcasts about history. Specifically on freak fun facts about different topics. Barañao attended to Colegio San Ignacio El Bosque (1987–1999) and then civil engineering at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2000-2006), where he got a degree in hydraulic engineering. His first job was as an advisor to Andrés Allamand, then senator of the XVI district (2006–2010). Then worked in the government of Sebastián Piñera, first in the President's cabinet and later in the cabinet of the undersecretary of the interior, Rodrigo Ubilla, coordinating the reform of the migratory legislation (2011–2014). He has provided advice on matters related to the Chile/Argentina 2030 Strategic Forum project. More information...

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