Stories about Mexico from November, 2007
DFinitivo [es] writes about the first Chicano Film Festival that took place in Mexico City.
The Mex Files discusses the recent investigations into the finances of former Mexican President Vicente Fox.
Vivir México [es] writes about the agreement signed by Mexico City government and a the ZTE Corporation to provide free wi-fi throughout the city.
Matthew Søberg Shugart of Fruits and Votes provides his run-down on the elections in Michoacan, Mexico.
Andre Lemos [pt] talks about Ricardo Dominguez's The Transborder Immigrant Project which has just won the Transnational Communities Award.”It is a mix of art and activism. Using mobile phones equiped wirh GPS, the project aims to help immigrants who try to cross the border between Mexico and US to find...
De Rebus Antiquis Et Novis writes about life and work of Yuri Knorozov, a scientist renowned, among many other things, for his role in the deciphering of the Maya script.
The state of Tabasco was hit hard by heavy rains and subsequent flooding. As has been the case with many recent natural disasters, bloggers in Mexico have pulled together showing support for the victims and spreading the information on how and where to help.
Daniel Hernandez of Intersections writes about and publishes photographs of the Day of the Dead observances in Mexico City.
Jorge Varela of Vivir México [ES] reviews the recent Daft Punk concert in Mexico City, and even though he is not a fan of electronic music, he was impressed by the “innovative show”.
Vivir México [ES] asks Day of the Dead or Halloween?