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· July, 2010

Stories about Mexico from July, 2010

Mexico: Mexone, the Most Advanced Humanoid Robot in Latin America

Hugo Torres writes [es] about a story that he says the Mexican mainstream media is not paying attention to: Mexico has the most advanced humanoid robot in Latin America, and...

Mexico: Women Sent to Jail in Guanajuato for Spontaneous Abortions

Ximena Vega reports [es] on the ongoing incarceration of women who go through spontaneous abortions (miscarriages) in Guanajuato; she writes that women who have abortions (spontaneously or otherwise) can get an average of...

Mexico: Interview with Migrant Worker from Michoacan

Hugo Torres shares [es] his interview with Ricardo, a 24-year-old migrant worker from Michoacán who moved to the United States when he was 19. He asks Ricardo everything from what...

Mexico: Technology Changing the Spanish Language

Jesus analyzes [es] how Internet users have modified the Spanish language to fit new technologies; for example, referring to a person that uses Twitter as a “twittero,” or Spanish-speaking users writing “lol”...

Japan: Manga blogging on Mexico

Mexico based Ohtoh Ryoko manga-blogs [ja] on her Mexican daily life and the unfamiliar customs of the country. The main character is a little girl with pigtails, who wears a...

Mexico: Fighting Violence with Art?

Enrique Torre Molina from Vivir México [es] wonders if Mexico could imitate the initiatives from Medellin, Colombia to fight violence by promoting the arts. As an example, he talks about...

Mexico: Alex Causes Flooding in Monterrey

Perla Cristal Gomez [es] writes about the flooding in Monterrey caused by storm Alex.

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