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    Mexico City Buddhism

    More than half of the world population lives in countries that have received a great influence of Buddhist ideas and practices but in western countries it is common to hear the following questions: What is Buddhism?

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    Italian, like us!

    There are many things that come to mind when you say Italian.

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    La virgen de Guadalupe

    If you are religious or not, a tourist or inhabitant of Mexico City, a practicing Catholic or any other religion, going to the Basilica of Guadalupe is one of those things you have to do sometime.

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    Men who dance

    The Concheros are popular dancers. Some sources indicate that their dances are ritual, with Hispanic and Mexican roots linked to various religious holidays

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    All the Flowers

    Flowers are our favorite trend, in spring they are basics like a white cotton shirt.

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    México: in this corner, the rough ones!

    In Wrestling we are more with the technical side (the clean wrestlers that never cheat) and we don’t quite get the fascination of the rough ones. However, what we do understand well is the fascination for wrestling. We’re big fans! […]

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    Observing Ania

    Faustinus Deraet is a Belgian-Mexican photographer who currently lives in Austin, Texas. Ania is Faustinus’ daughter. When she was born, he decided he would do a photographic series about the baby.

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    Mexico City and its monuments

    We decided to take a walk. We made a nice – if a little long – walk to photograph some of the most representative monuments of the urban landscape of Mexico City.

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    Life is short, eat dessert first

    Life is short, eat dessert first

    Oh, the cupcake trend! We don’t know yet if cupcakes are getting established as a traditional dessert in Mexico or if they are going out of style…

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    The ultimate wardrobe system

    Have you ever dreamt of owning an ultimate wardrobe system, that could display your trophy sartorial attires and accessories in a bespoke-boutiquey way? Last month after London Fashion Week I went to see my friend and ”Britain’s Best Dressed Man […]

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    Culture museums in Mexico City

    A couple of weekends ago we went to two museums that we had never entered before and we enjoyed it so much that we just had to share it. Both are nice places to visit if you take a vacation […]

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    All the world’s books

    We declare ourselves absolutely in love with paper books. We look at them like a precious object. Of course, we love technology and we like to receive the latest issues of our favorite magazines on our iPads, with their contents […]

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