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Mexico wine industry takes root

Mexico wine industry takes root

Despite a lack of recognition abroad and a drug war that has made tourists flee, Mexico’s winemakers see cause to celebrate as drinking habits evolve in the land of tequila.

Peruvian-Japanese wrestle with Fujimori legacy

Peruvian-Japanese wrestle with Fujimori legacy

Peruvian artist Jorge Miyagui’s contribution to an exhibit of kimonos was originally censured after he used it to remember the regime of ex-president Alberto Fujimori. The third generation Nikkei — or member of the Japanese diaspora — now has it out again.

Mexico food fans savor boost for cuisine

Mexico food fans savor boost for cuisine

Mexico’s cuisine has long been overshadowed by greasy Tex-Mex burritos and nachos sold around the world, but efforts to refine its image are now beginning to pay off.

Archaeologists dig for secrets in Mexico tunnel

Archaeologists dig for secrets in Mexico tunnel

Archaeologists are unearthing a 2,000-year-old tunnel outside modern day Mexico City in the search for clues to one of the region’s most influential former civilizations.

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