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· July, 2014

Stories about Mexico from July, 2014

Reflections After 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014

Mexican student Álvaro blogs about his sentiments and opinions about 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. He reflects on the poor performance of Mexico and Brazil national teams, but highlights what...

The Maya Nut, a Nature Giant

In the Guatemalan department of Petén, a group of local women market natural products prepared with Maya nut, well known as natural medicine. The president of the producer association, Benedicta...

“About Separation” by Mariangel

Mariangel from the blog El Ovario shares her poem “About separation“, about the end of relationships: DE LA SEPARACIÓN Ahora que ya todo acabó lo miro con su extraño caminar...

Third Festival in Santa Catarina, Tláhuac, Mexico

More and more people are sharing their content on Medium, and Ximena Arrieta, consultant in Strategic Communications, is using her content as an additional medium and coverage for the connection...

“I Increasingly See More People Looking Like Zombies”

Its aim is to make you think a little, or at least, get a smile. This is the description of the blog Se hace camino al andar (You make the...

Mexican Senate Passes #LeyTelecom Laws and Reforms

In Mexico, citizens are expressing their anger over the approval of the #LeyTelecom by the Senate. The law is now being discussed at the Congress.

Featured Posts on #RedViajAR This Week

Every week, Argentinian blogger network Red Viajar posts a review of the most important articles of the week. This time, among the recommendations is this post dedicated to Amatlan de...

The Pleasure of Friendship

Karla comments on Mujeres Construyendo (Women Building) about her weekend meeting with some girlfriends, and her reflections on changing decades and friendship: He reído con muchas ganas y creo que...

Gender is “Not the Same as Sex”: #CPMX5Incluyente

Recently held Campus Party in Jalisco, Mexico, duscussed about a wide range of discussions, not always related with the topic of this kind of meetings. Claudia Calvin founder of the...

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