Mexico remembers Siqueiros

The artist, whose name was Jose de Jesus Alfaro Siqueiros had a creative life, leaving his political ideology in murals such as The march of humanity, The call to freedom, Burial of the sacrificed worker and Death to the invader.

Highly recognized

Mexico already has eight awards of immaterial culture by UNESCO. With this, it becomes the Latin American nation with more cultural expressions recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Drawing my community

Children of Tututepec created tour guide, a project that seeks to promote culture and biodiversity through artistic activities.

Aztec culture reborn with a drink

Mexicans have made “Pulque” out of the maguey for centuries, but the viscous drink was not appreciated in the early 1970s when it got a bad reputation as a drink for the local and the poor. 

Latin America doesn’t stay back

The National Mexican Symphonic Orchestra presentations in the German cities of Erlangen, Friedrichshafen and Bielefeld were well received by critics and the local press in a country where the academic music tradition has deeper and older roots.

An inclusive constitution

The Constitution of the United Mexican States, the top political legal document in its 136 articles traced the path of the country, it has been translated into 40 of the 68 indigenous languages of Mexico.

Multicultural festival brings indigenous languages back to life

Mexico will promote indigenous languages throughout America through a multicultural festival with the participation of 12 poets from different latitudes on 13th of  October in the Sala Nezahualcoyotl, in the Centro Cultural Universitario de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

LatinAmerican Post remembers Juan Gabriel

Each year meant a new award, new concerts and amazing musical talent shared with the world. With more than 60 million copies sold, Juan Gabriel proved that nothing could stopped him. LatinAmerican Post makes tribute to the talent of the Mexican musician.

México: La violencia vuelve a ser noticia

La mayoría de las declaraciones de Donald Trump sobre México son el producto de la ignorancia, el racismo y la demagogia, pero al candidato republicano le encantaría leer los titulares de esta semana en este país.

Chihuahua rules again in schools

In aims of preserving Mexican indigenous traditions and culture, children will start taking classes with books written in their own language. 

Food airlifts to relieve Oaxaca

Mexico's air force has been flying tons of grain into Oaxaca state in the south of the country to deal with dwindling food supplies caused by roadblocks set up by protesting teachers.

Forget Hollywood, we’ve got Collywood!

Considering the improving security situation in LatAm, reasonably stable government and economy, its lower wage structure and its relative proximity to the USA, that foreign productions come here to shoot isn't too surprising really.

The Duracell leaders

Latin American politicians need to know when to retire. “All political careers end in failure,” observed Enoch Powell, a British politician. But in Latin America, some seem never to end at all.

Mexico in historic oil auction

For the first time in nearly 80 years, Mexico is opening up its oil industry to foreign investors, selling off 14 exploration blocks.