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Country Report Part 2

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    Mexico part 2 Mexico part 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Mexico Part 2 By: Josh Kessner History 141 Professor Arguello
    • Music of Mexico
      • Most popular of the many types of music that is traditionally Mexican are the Mariachi Bands
      • Mexico has a very diverse and many different types of music genres, but like Americans they mostly listen to pop and rock
      • Mexico has the largest media industry in Latin America
      • An amazing type of music that I enjoy through Mexican and Spanish culture is that of the classical guitar
    • Mexican Food
      • Mexico has a very diverse amount of foods
      • Since it had such a huge agricultural revolution based on corn, many of their dishes come with tortillas.
      • Tortillas were originally created the keep the food warm within it for a period of time
      • Southeastern Mexico is known for its spicy vegetable and chicken based dishes, Central mexico for its barbacoa, pozole, menudo, tamales
      • Northern Mexico is known for it’s production of beef, goat, and ostrich
    • Mexican Art
      • Day of the dead or Dia de los Muertos has a very large impression on the artistic expressions of Mexican art
      • Day of the dead is a day where families show their appreciation to their passed away family members
      • In this celebration many people paint their faces with skulls and other forms of representation of the dead
    • Sources
      • Wikipedia ( www.wikipedia.com )
      • University of Texas Library (www.lib.utexas.edu)