Chipinques is a popular tourist attraction in northern Chile, but there is an even more popular attraction: the Ecological Quiz.
The Chipinquis, an ancient civilization, are famed for their ability to solve natural-language puzzles that ask them to describe a place or something.
The answer to one of these quizzes can change the world, with the Chipinquin saying, “You will know if you go there.”
The Chipinsque Quiz has been a popular destination for Chileans since the 1980s.
But the park itself is now in danger.
According to Chilean journalist Javier Martinez, who was on assignment for the magazine Ecologia Quiz in the 1980, the park has been the site of some of the worst crime in the country.
The problem is the Chipinsques are no longer living in the city.
Instead, they live in a remote area of the park, in a valley called San Miguel de Chinchilla.
Martinez, who is now working for a national TV network, said that the crime is so bad that there are no police officers.
There are no checkpoints, no guards.
The crime rate in the Chipinasquis is so high that some people have to hire hired guards.
According to Martinez, one of the biggest problems is that the Chipinosquis live in remote areas, which means they are isolated from the rest of the population.
“The crime is just so high because they are not connected to society, that is why they don’t have the social support of the local population,” he told Martinez.
Martiz, who lives in Chile’s north, said there is a growing trend of violence among the Chipinese, and that crime is the biggest problem.
He said the crimes are mainly motivated by drugs, especially cocaine.
“They want to be rich, they want to buy things.
They want to escape from the poverty that they are in.
They can’t afford to live here,” he said.”
They want a better life, but they can’t find it.”
The crime that has taken place in Chipinqs Quiz area is a result of that lack of social support.
“It’s very sad that the situation is so desperate, because people are dying of hunger and malnutrition because the people are living in poverty,” said Martinez.
He added that the violence has caused a huge social backlash against the Chipinias Quiz, which is why it is becoming more difficult for them to stay alive.
“It’s a very serious problem.
We are suffering from a situation of extreme poverty, and they don`t have the means to help us,” he added.
But despite the crime, the Chipinian people remain defiant.
“We are not going to stop, we are going to live until the end,” said Alejandro Sanchez, a Chipininque.
“I know the crime in our town is horrible, but I know that it is the only thing that will bring us back to normalcy.
And I am ready to go back,” he was quoted as saying by the national television channel.
In an interview with local radio station Radio X, Alejandro said that he was not going back to the Quiz because the crimes were too much, but because he did not want to see the Chipineas suffer as a result.
“The crimes are not a problem in Chipínques, because they live alone and we don’t live in danger,” he stated.
The Quiz’s popularity is growing, but it’s also becoming increasingly difficult for the Chipinales Quiz to attract tourists.
According a report by the newspaper La Jornada, the popularity of the Chipino Quiz dropped from 4.7 percent in 2009 to 3.4 percent in 2013.
According the report, this trend is because of the increasing number of Chipinalias.
According for the 2011 census, there were 4.6 million Chipininas in Chile.
However, this number has grown to nearly 12 million in 2017.
Meanwhile, the tourism sector is struggling to keep up with the rising crime rate.
According the latest statistics from the Tourism Department, the number of tourists in Chile dropped from 1.7 million in 2009, to 675,000 in 2013 and 845,000 last year.
The Tourism Department reported that the number who have visited the country in the last five years fell from 3.6 billion in 2012 to 2.6bn in 2017, with a significant drop in visitors from the North.
In 2017, the tourists accounted for 7.7 per cent of the total tourist population.