Querétaro International Rock Art Colloquium

Poster Videos from the Querétaro International Rock Art Colloquium (Coloquio Internacional de Arte Rupestre Querétaro) which took place October 10-12, 2019. In the framework of the 80th anniversary of the creation of the National Institute of Anthropology and History and the 35 years of its presence in the state, the INAH Querétaro Center through the …

Mexico 2019

Mexico flag Rolling news from Mexico in 2019 January “Mexico has regained confidence in itself” “México ha recuperado la confianza en sí mismo” ⁦@m_ebrard⁩: “México ha recuperado la confianza en sí mismo” #REC2019 ⁦@SRE_mx⁩ pic.twitter.com/ISaL9UbgH7 — Daniel Hdez Joseph (@DanielHJoseph) January 7, 2019 February El Chapo’s final chapter – @ioangrillo La industria cultural, un sector …

Querétaro

Photo: Angélica Portales, Stone Dog Querétaro is located in North-Central Mexico, in a region known as Bajío. It is bordered by the states of San Luis Potosí to the north, Guanajuato to the west, Hidalgo to the east, México to the southeast, and Michoacán to the southwest. The state capital is Santiago de Querétaro. Elsewhere …

A Gathering of Oaxaca’s Traditional Cooks (2019)

Poster The third annual Gathering of Oaxaca’s Traditional Cooks (3er Encuentro de Cocineras Tradicionales de Oaxaca) takes place this weekend (September 19-22) in Oaxaca City, Mexico. Key Links oaxaca.gob.mx Questions = Preguntas How is this event organized? = ¿Cómo se organiza este evento? Is there a directory of participants? = ¿Hay un directorio de participantes? …

Mapping Mexican Cities via Phone

Twitter: Monterrey Mexico on the Web: maps of Mexican cities as shown through data, specifically the use iphones and android phones. Kudos to cartographer Sasha Trubetskoy @sasha_trub ht for the retweet @simongerman600 Hashtag: #iPhoneVsAndroidMaps Embedded Tweets Monterrey, Mexico 🔴 = iPhone🔵 = Android Second biggest economy in Mexico, highly developed and "Americanized". But also quite …

Mexico Travel

Photo: Demian Flores Installation, Oaxaca Resources for traveling in Mexico Planeta.com México Responsible Travel and Ecotourism in Mexico Mexico Tourism Colibri Ecotourism Award Wild Mexico (México Silvestre) Responsible Travel Week

Mocho’

Indigenous Peoples Wikipedia: Mochoʼ or Motozintleco is a Mayan language spoken by the Motozintleco people of Chiapas, Mexico. It is part of the western branch of Mayan languages. Mochoʼ speakers refer to their own language as qatô:k, which means ‘our language’. Mochoʼ has a dialect called Tuzantec spoken in Tuzantan, Chiapas. Facebook Difusón y mantenimiento …

Proyecto Crónica Mexicana

Mexico flag Today’s video in Spanish looks at the Proyecto Crónica Mexicana project: Presentación de la plataforma Proyecto Crónica Mexicana Participan: Diego Prieto Hernández – Director General del INAH Yasushi Takase – Embajador de Japón Presentan: Aurora Diez Canedo – Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, UNAM Gabriela Pulido Llano – Directora General de la Coordinaci{on de …

Mexico’s National Indigenous Language Fair (Feria de las lenguas indígenas nacionales) 2019

Poster Mexico City – As part of the global celebration of August 9, International Day of Indigenous Peoples, the National Institute of Indigenous Languages ​​(INALI), organizes the National Indigenous Languages ​​Fair (Feria de las lenguas indígenas nacionales). 2019 dates: August 9-11. Hashtag: #FLIN19 With the motto “not one language less,” this event aims to make …

Red Mexicana de Ecoturismo (Mexico Ecotourism Network)

Poster From the archives From 1999-2013 Planeta sponsored the Red Mexicana de Ecoturismo (Mexico Ecotourism Network) to focus attention on responsible travel and ecotourism in Mexico. This has been a successful experiment in 1) bridging events that take place online and in the natural world and 2) encouraging creative collaboration. The early meetings took place …