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Cacao trend in Mexico sees ancient culture revived

The world may love chocolate, but it’s Mexico’s ancient ancestors who discovered it. Now the country is seeing a renewed reverence for chocolate. CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock...

Mezcal, the other agave spirit from Mexico

CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock takes a dive in the agave waters in the heart of Mexico City to find out more. Watch the original video on...

Texas BBQ takes off in Mexico City, with help from US...

Every month, more than 10,000 Mexicans are deported from the United States. Some of them have lived north of the border for decades, so...

Luxury language courses offer Americans chance at holiday self-improvement

Ranked the eighth most popular tourist destination in the world by the United Nations, Mexico is famed for its pristine beaches and wild nightlife....

Solvent abuse a growing problem for Mexico City’s down-and-out

It’s a hard-knock life for the down-and-out of the Mexico City. As many as thirty-thousand homeless people live on the streets of the capital, where...

Little L.A. in Mexico City growing due to increasing deportee numbers

In the heart of Mexico City lies a haven of American culture. See the original story on CGTN America Run by Edwin Aguilar, a U.S. deportee,...

FB Live: Mexico City’s Little L.A.

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Mexico turns to electric bicycles to lure commuters

Mexico City has been working for years to promote cycling as a green alternative. Now, the city hopes to coax even more commuters out of...

Stray dogs a growing problem for Mexico City

Official estimates show Mexico has the highest number of stray dogs in all of Latin America, with more than 15 million countrywide. Animal advocates...

Mexican market selling croc, lion and even tiger meat

Mexico City’s Mercado San Juan is one of the capital’s oldest markets. It’s renowned for its unique produce. Many merchants here specialize in exotic...

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Baja village goes from marine blackspot to ecotourism destination

In 1994, Cabo Pulmo, a fishing outpost in Mexico’s Baja California, was clearly a victim of its own success. Overfishing had left the town...
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