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Navigating Mexico: Time for a New Kind of Visa?

By JUAN DE JESÚS BREENE They have been called covid foreigners, gentrification agents, traveling professionals and freelancers. These digital nomads have discovered Mexico and are here to stay, at least for now. Social scientist Olga Hannonen, from the University of Eastern Finland, defines these nomads as those “who work while traveling and travel while working. “Digital nomadism is driven by

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Mexico’s Tahí Farm Enshrines Mystery and Wonder of the Orchid

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS For some, they are the very essence of feminine sensuality, their delicate petals unfolding like a vibrant display of female genitalia (think Georgia O’Keeffe’s famous flower paintings that resemble a vagina). For others, they symbolize death and the morose beauty of unobtainable passion. In 1894, H.G. Wells wrote a short story about them, describing their bulbs as

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Mexico News Roundup

By RICARDO CASTILLO Weathering a Perfect Storm Over the past few days, representatives of all o Mexico’s major banks have held separate press conferences previous to the annual Mexico Banks Association Convention, now being held in Acapulco. Each of the interviewed representatives showed acceptance for the policies of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO). This is an indicator that

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