01. 11. 2012
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Simply Sweet Apps recently released an iPhone app for Dia de los Muertos

Simply Sweet Apps have created an iPhone/iPad app in honour of Day of the Dead, a traditional family-oriented Mexican holiday. The Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a two-day celebration...

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01. 11. 2012
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Burton’s Newly Released Animation Film Inspired by Día de los Muertos

Iconic film Director, Tim Burton’s newly released film ‘Frankenweenie’ was inspired by Mexico’s most important holiday, Día de los Muertos. Burton, who is known for his dark themed movies, has captured the essence...

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01. 11. 2012
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The Vibrant State of Oaxaca Celebrates “Day of the Dead”

Oaxaca, one of Mexico’s most vibrant states, is located in southwestern Mexico and is best known for its indigenous cultures. The Central Valley of Oaxaca is well known for its archaeological sites, culture...

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31. 10. 2012
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Pati Jinich brings Mexican food to new audiences in her debut cookbook

Pati Jinich, describes herself as “an overloaded soccer mom with three kids and a powerful blender.” Born and raised in Mexico City, Pati is on a mission to show people that true home...

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29. 10. 2012
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Mexico creates Tomas Segovia Prize to honour literary translations

The Tomas Segovia award is the newest Mexican literary prize to be created by Conaculta, the National Culture and Arts Council of Mexico. The prize recognises translations that “bring the Hispanic literary tradition...

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08. 10. 2012
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Mexican photographer, Ulises Castellanos, Shines in London Through His Recent Work “Mexico City: Invisible City”

Mexican photographer Ulises Castellanos recently presented a selection of his work in London. “Mexico City: Invisible City” was the name of his latest portfolio of photos featuring images of modern Mexico. Through the lens of...

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27. 09. 2012
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Top chefs know the secret – some of the world’s most unique flavours come from Mexico

Some of the world’s best chefs – those who collect Michelin stars like some people collect stamps – know one of the best kept culinary secrets: some of the world’s best flavours come...

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27. 09. 2012
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A new generation of Mexican footballers lead the way

With the Olympic gold medals still weighing heavily around their necks, it’s no surprise that the young stars of El Tri sailed through CONCACAF qualifying making it to the final round of the...

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27. 09. 2012
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Mexico offers far more for tourists beyond its beaches

From the coasts to the country’s mountainous interior, five up-and-coming destinations to put on Mexico must-visit list are Campeche Colonial, Playa Espiritu, Copper Canyon, Puebla and San Luis Potosi. Mexico has always been...

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27. 09. 2012
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Mexican street dance could help fight the symptoms of dementia

Mexican researcher Guzmán García, believes the famous Mexican ballroom-style dance, Danzón, can help to fight symptoms of dementia which are usually treated with powerful drugs. Twice-weekly sessions of Danzón improved the mood and...

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