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  • Mexico Mexico City
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I live in Mexico City with my husband and daughter. I can't speak much Spanish but I enjoy everyday life with new friends here. Hopefully I can write about lots of cheerful and charming Mexico!

  • Mexico Mexico City
  • Padra Rivodo Hiromi
  • 2020.10.16
  • ¡Viva México!
  • September 16 is Mexican Independence Day. It’s a national holiday, and celebrations start the night before. The pandemic unfortunately kept everyone from doing what they normally would, but we still did what we could to commemorate this important event.
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  • Mexico Mexico City
  • Padra Rivodo Hiromi
  • Mexico Mexico City
  • Padra Rivodo Hiromi
  • 2020.09.09
  • Artistic murals
  • There probably aren’t a lot of people in Japan that know this, but murals are one of Mexico’s signature art forms.
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  • Mexico Mexico City
  • Padra Rivodo Hiromi
  • Mexico Mexico City
  • Padra Rivodo Hiromi
  • 2020.07.07
  • Quédate en Casa (Stay at Home)
  • The state of emergency declared due to the coronavirus has been lifted in Japan and life must be gradually returning to normal. In Mexico, as of June 19, the coronavirus crisis was still severe. The virus had claimed 20,394 lives and infected 170,485 people, with the number of infected people continuing to increase every day.
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  • Mexico Mexico City
  • Padra Rivodo Hiromi
  • 2020.06.10
  • Greetings from passionate, sunny Mexico
  • When people think of Mexico, they often picture jovial people, Mexican food, the bright and cheerful photogenic streets, and its many precious World Heritage sites. You might even think of vast tracts of sun-drenched terrain peppered with cactus.
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