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Actividades Culturales/Cultural Activities Sept 2012

Actividades Culturales Septiembre/Cultural Activities September 2012

Estimados amigos:
Nos complace compartir con ustedes las actividades que tendremos para celebrar el MES PATRIO. Esperamos nos puedan acompañar en todas ellas.
Dear Friends,
Please find below the activities we have to celebrate the month of Mexican Independence. We hope to see you at all of them.
Embajada de México

1. Food Festival:

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Wellington 12-19 September. CQ Hotel.
Gala dinner, 12 September.
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Auckland 17-21 September. Langham Hotel.
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Guest chef: Mari Carmen Saenz.

2. Book launch:

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3. Tribute to Carlos Fuentes:

Screening of El Alma de México (The Soul of Mexico) English version.
Embassy of Mexico, 187 Featherston St, level 2. Wellington:
The series will be shown over 3 days:
Tuesday 11, 5:30pm: “Amanecer de Mesoamérica” (Dawn of Mesoamerica) and “Paisajes de Pirámides” (Landscapes of Pyramids)
Tuesday 18, 5:30pm: “Los hijos del sol” (The lords of the Sun) and “De la Conquista a la Revolución” (From Conquest to Revolution)
Tuesday 25, 5:30pm: “Herencia viva” (Living Heritage)

4. Photographic Exhibition:
El blanco licor de la Diosa Mayahuel
(The White Liquor of the Goddess Mayahuel)
Embassy of Mexico, 24 September – 26 October
Opening night: 21 September, 5:30 pm


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