When was the last time you were welcome to a Mexican city in … Japanese?
Well, that’s what visitors are seeing these days as they enter the busy city of León, Guanajuato. The reason shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, really. According to recent figures, the Japanese population in the state of Guanajuato has grown 400 percent over the last four years, and it is estimated that about 2,400 Japanese live in the municipality of Leon, most of them working in companies in the automotive sector.
Next up: Tacos de sashimi!
Via: Mexico News Network
Every now and then, the above photo of a Morgan Freeman look-alike in Guanajuato, Mexico, comes back to make the rounds on Mexican Twitter. Today was one of those days.
I don’t know about you, but I think there’s nothing more delicious than seeing two of your favorite things captured in one great image.
On this this April 2015 segment, Univision News introduced Hispanics to María Diega Méndez, a lovely old lady who lives in Guanajuato, Mexico and happens to be very poor and very sick. The reason for all the media attention? She is the aunt of Columba [not Columbia, nor Colombia] Garnica, better known as Columba [not Columbia, nor Colombia] Bush.
The Univision segment basically makes one strong point: That should Columba (not Columbia, nor Columbia) become the U.S. First Lady, she should at least help pay for this poor’s woman’s medication.
I mean… after all, what are The Bushes going to do with the proceeds of their $75 Guaca Bowl?
Via: BuzzFeed News