LATEST ON MEXICAN CULTURE

Dragon Ball Super gave the franchise a new look, increased its popularity, and established itself as a favorite of the younger generation, while keeping older fans happy. As part of the production of the anime, we met Yuya Takahashi, one of the animators of Dragon Ball Super and associated, of course, with Toei Animation Company.

It is worth mentioning that nowadays, due to the development of modern navigation methods, based mainly on the advance of satellite global positioning systems (GPS), lighthouses have become obsolete. There are less than 1,500 in service worldwide, and 135 operate along Mexico's coasts. The oldest are made of masonry, some more are made of concrete,...

When the ship Sinaia docked in the port of Veracruz, after 19 days at sea, Lucinda Urristi smelled freedom. The fresh wind, the busy sea, and the hot land hit her head on after spending years fleeing from the Spanish civil war. At the age of 10, the painter born in Melilla, Spain, understood that this trip had no return...

Amber has been mined in Chiapas since pre-Hispanic times. The Zinacantecos bartered with the pochteca who came from Tenochtitlan. The Zinacantecos had a monopoly on amber, they sold or traded it; they took it out of the Simojovel area and brought it to the center.

This Wednesday, Mexico celebrated its 210th anniversary of the beginning of the War of Independence with a reduced military parade (in time and dimension) and without an audience, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic that claims almost 72 thousand lives in the North American country.

Journalist Dolores Jimenez was born in 1848, when Mexico had lost almost half of its territory. Dolores belonged to a family that loved books. Since she was a child, Lola read a lot and wrote fluently. She participated in civic poetry contests, which honored the heroes of the Independence and struggles against foreign invasions.

The Museum of Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac, in Paris, France, will reopen after the confinement with the exhibition "The Olmecs and the Cultures of the Gulf of Mexico", made up of 300 pieces, such as the "Huasteco Adolescent", a sculpture that was discovered in the municipality of Tamuín in Potosi, and the "Offering 4 of La Venta", made up of 16...

Did you know that the Florentine Codex lists eight "omens" of the Conquest that are known as Tetzahuitl and that began to manifest 10 years before the arrival of the Spaniards? The Tetzahuitl did not necessarily announce negative or disastrous events, but they could disrupt the order of everyday life in people's lives as well as in social or...

Salvador Alvarado was born in Culiacán, Sinaloa. Enthusiastic of the liberal thought, of the anarchist, and later of the socialism, he had outstanding participation in the Revolution. When the rupture between the revolutionary currents occurred, Alvarado remained within the constitutionalist ranks, and by 1915 he served as governor and military...