Mexico’s president made a public apology on Monday for the killing of over 300 Chinese people by the revolutionary forces of Francisco I. Madero in the city of Torreón over a century ago.
Gruesome history: President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said he wants to ensure the 1911 massacre, in which Chinese nationals were mutilated or hung from telegraph poles, “never, ever happens again,” reported the Associated Press.
The cadaver of a 35-year-old Korean man, who was said to have died of natural causes in Mexico, was returned to his family with several of his organs missing.
Identified only by his surname Kim, the man reportedly had a scuffle with other people shortly before his death, reports Korea Times.
A host of a Mexican show is under fire for calling the members of the mega-popular South Korean pop group BTS gay during a May 28 airing of “Farandula 40.”
Host Horacio Villalobos pointed out the group’s attire when they received their award at the “2018 Billboard Music Awards.”
Super Junior visited Mexico as part of the group’s “Super Junior World Tour Super Show 7” where they appeared as guests on the popular talk show, according to AllKpop.
An increasing number of Chinese nationals crossing the San Diego border from Mexico has been recorded by authorities in the fiscal year ending on Sept. 30.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at California entry ports apprehended at least 261 illegal Chinese immigrants, a 50% spike from the previous year’s 177, the San Diego Union Tribune reported.
Somewhere in Baja California, Mexico, a community of around 5,000 people is celebrating the Chinese New Year festival.
They are the residents of Chinese descent who have been living in the large Chinatown in Mexicali called La Chinesca, according to San Diego Red. For generations, the city of Mexicali has provided a safe sanctuary for Chinese immigrants who, during a dark time in American history, were once shut out of the United States.
Aside from its engaging story, surreal special effects, and memorable characters, Rogue One’s diverse cast is one of the most lauded aspects of the latest Star Wars film. With the stellar cast delivering the goods for the epic franchise, many are hoping that it will pave the way for better role representations in the future.
One shining member of the beloved ensemble is Mexican actor Diego Luna, who decided to keep his own Mexican accent in the film to celebrate his ethnicity. His performance would later resonate well with audiences, with one fan revealing how her Mexican father felt upon knowing Diego chose to keep his accent.
A Chinese-born Mexican businessman accused of drug trafficking has been extradited to Mexico after nearly a decade after his arrest in the United States.
Zhenli Ye Gon, 53, was arrested in the U.S. in July 2007 after police found piles of cash hidden throughout his Mexico City mansion, totaling $205 million. This bust was reportedly the largest drug cash seizure of all time.
Back in 2014, the internet was graced with the tale of a man who went to Tijuana, Mexico looking to end his miserable life but instead found redemption after being introduced to cocaine and hookers and decided to continue living in the end.
The man, who can only be identified as redditor plzsendhalp, first told of his incredible, raunchy and inspiring story on reddit. Recently, the gentleman, who is in fact still alive, sent an exclusive and very detailed timeline to PostGradProblems of his ordeal.
An Arizona woman was recently apprehended for allegedly sneaking some methamphetamine tucked inside a burrito across the U.S.-Mexico border at Nogales, Arizona.
Customs officials caught 25-year-old Susy Janelly Laborin carrying a pound of contraband as she was crossing into the United States on foot via the Nogales-Morley pedestrian gate on May 20.
Mexico, a country notorious for it’s cartel violence, corruption and amazing tequila, is no stranger to extremely rich individuals who stick out in a country where almost half of the population lives in poverty.
Of course, those rich individuals sometimes have kids, and those kids love spending money, dirty or not, on the most exotic and ridiculous things they can get their hands on — meet the Rich Kids of Mexico City.