#Review The unbearable lightness of being by Milan Kundera
#Review The unbearable lightness of being by Milan Kundera
There are books that are not enough to read them once. Not only because the narrative manages to hook you from start to finish,...
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REVIEW: The time in between by María Dueñas
REVIEW: The time in between by María Dueñas
Hi dears! How are you? Surely some of you (like me) fell in love with the Spanish series on Netflix “The time in between”....
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15 THINGS TO DO ON EASTER VACATIONS AT MEXICO CITY
15 THINGS TO DO ON EASTER VACATIONS AT MEXICO CITY
Hi dears! How are you? These weeks Mexico City is usually empty thanks to everyone who goes on vacation, but what about all those...
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“RESTORE MEMORIES”: AI WEI WEI AT THE MUAC
“RESTORE MEMORIES”: AI WEI WEI AT THE MUAC
Hi dears! How are you? This weekend the MUAC opened the doors of the exhibition “Reset Memories”, from the Chinese artist and activist Ai...
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REVIEW: Orlando from Virginia Woolf
REVIEW: Orlando from Virginia Woolf
Hello dears! How are you? For this month, I chose a very special book because of the plot and its author: Orlando from Virginia...
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Review: The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende
Review: The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende
Hi dears! How are you? Here’s the review from the book of this month: The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende, check it...
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Contemporary Art Week: Zsona MACO and Salón ACME
Contemporary Art Week: Zsona MACO and Salón ACME
By Andrea Ochoa / Photo: Shey Álvarez & Andrea Ochoa  Hello! How are you? Last week began the Contemporary Art Week in Mexico City,...
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RUBICÓ WORKSHOP: The new idea of ​​Mexican art
RUBICÓ WORKSHOP: The new idea of ​​Mexican art
Hi dears! How are you? This last weekend I visited a new place in Polanco to enjoy Mexican art: Casa Rubicó, check out the...
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REVIEW: Historia de Mayta by Mario Vargas Llosa
REVIEW: Historia de Mayta by Mario Vargas Llosa
/ By Andrea Ochoa /   Hello! How are you? We started the year well with the first book: History of Mayta. On this occasion...
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BRING IT ON 2019!
BRING IT ON 2019!
/ By Andrea Ochoa / Photography: Lalo Ochoa / Like every year, I always like to have a small reflection on everything that happened....
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