Tag Archives: Los Angeles

Spanish-Dubbed Chinese Telenovelas Are Way Better than Regular Telenovelas

This is a story of love, passion and betrayal, but its main protagonists do not boast names like Camila Valentina, or Eduardo Alberto Manuel. Meet Xie An Zhen and Wen Rui Fan, the protagonists of Esposa valiente (Xi Li Ren Qi in Chinese, … Continue reading

Posted in California, Education, Language, Latin America, Stupid propositions, Television | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Come Sing With ‘Los Tigres’… at 33,000 Feet

Volaris, the Mexican low-cost airline that lets you fly from Toluca to Oakland for only $148 round-trip, is now offering norteño music fans the chance to see Los Tigres del Norte perform at 33,000 feet above the ground. Yeah, that’s … Continue reading

Posted in Marketing & Advertising | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Does This Look Like Salsa to You?

In yet another sign that Hispanic-targeted advertising gets more creative every time, here is how Cheetos decided to pitch its new Cheetos Salsa Roja to Spanish-speaking Angelenos (which pretty much means all Angelenos.) (I guess only a “real” Latino will … Continue reading

Posted in Marketing & Advertising | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments