Troncones Birdwatching

Troncones Birdwatching

I am no birdwatcher and do not recognize many bird songs, but every spring, Zihuatanejo seems to explode with the tremendous chatter of cheerful birds that sing, warble, trill, chirp, squawk, and yes, twitter, their ways through the days and sometimes nights. The early morning [...continue reading...]

Traditional Medicine 2014 Conference

Traditional Medicine 2014 Conference

Encouraged by the success of the first International Traditional Medicine conference in 2013, OMICS Publishing Group, which yearly organizes over one hundred international conferences worldwide in addition to publishing peer-reviewed open access journals in science, health, and technology, has announced the 2nd International Conference and [...continue reading...]

Typical Dishes of Guerrero

Typical Dishes of Guerrero

The typical dishes of the state of Guerrero, Mexico, center unsurprisingly around the regional agricultural staples: corn, beans, tomatoes, squash, and chiles. Indigenous animals that were used for food before the arrival of the Europeans, some of which are still common in the local cuisine [...continue reading...]

History of Mexico

History of Mexico

The College of Mexico (El Colegio de México) publishes a condensed history of Mexico (in Spanish) that gives a rapid-fire overview of the history of this key Latin American country from the times of the early Mesoamerican civilizations (c. 2500 BC) through to the modern [...continue reading...]