Category: Mexico Today

New Archaeological Discovery of 2,000-year-old Jaguar Adds to History of Mexico

2,000 year old jaguar adds to history of Mexico

The recent discovery of a jaguar statue at an archaeological site in Chiapas represents a new example of Mexico’s cultural history. Carved out of stone, the jaguar is only engraved on one of its sides, his paws flexed as if he were…

Mole – the Delicious Quest

Mole, photo by Silvia Martinez

Writer Silvia Martinez takes us on a culinary quest for mole: Popular legend had it that the nuns at the Convent of Santa Rosa in Puebla prayed for help in providing a meal to the visiting archbishop. After praying about…

Travel Leaders Respond to Media Stories About Safety of Tourists in Mexico

Terry Denton is the President of Travel Leaders of Fort Worth, Rowlett and Tyler, Texas and the Publisher of the blog Travel By Terry. In a recent blog post, Denton responded to some of the news stories that paint an inaccurate…

Mexico’s Olympic Soccer Team Advances to Gold Medal Match

Mexico Olympic Soccer Team on Mexico Today

Mexico’s Men’s Olympic Soccer team defeated Japan 3-1 to advance to their first ever appearance in an Olympic soccer final. Mexico’s well-rounded side, headed by an intimidating offense, proved to be too much for the Japanese side this afternoon in London. Yuki…

Veracruz to Host First Adventure Travel Trade Show – ATMEX

ATMEX

Veracruz, Mexico will host the first ATMEX Adventure Travel Trade Show, September 5 – 9, 2012. The event is the result of collaboration between the Government of the State of Veracruz, the state’s Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Cinematography, the Ministry of…

New Textile and Apparel Trade Show, ExpoProducción, Premieres in Mexico

Textile show in Mexico

A new trade show in Mexico City, Mexico has just been launched by Clarion Events North America (CENA) called ExpoProducción with the intention of spotlighting the apparel of Mexico and Central America. The show will take place on February 6-8, 2013…