Life in Mexico City: who gets angry, that person fails

In the impression of journalist Megan Frye, Mexico City is where people never get angry. During this time in this Central American city, she met only one person who lost her temper in public. But this guy is not local people.

When witnessing a man screaming in a cafe with the cashier: “She stole my money” because she thought the bounce was short of money, Megan was very surprised. Everyone in the shop looked at the impatient guy with an attitude of hesitation, and the cashier avoided going inside to reduce the guests’ rage. After this person left, she resumed her work and smiled, serving other guests as if nothing had happened, according to the BBC news.

From a young age, Mexican children were taught that “Who is angry, that person loses.” Eleazar Silvestre, an immigrant from the northern desert of Sonora, said: “We were taught to be calm in all situations.” This is especially reflected in the central region of the country, including the Mexican capital, one of the most modern and integrated cities in Latin America.

When you ask for directions in Mexico City, you may find yourself walking around following someone’s instructions. Simply because this person does not want to confess to you that they do not know the way and will be rude. Likewise, when you take a taxi, if you are kind to the elegant, polite greetings, you will have a comfortable ride and be enthusiastically helped by the driver.

Some natives also argue that not looking at the eyes of the opposite person while talking is a sign of respect, looking at each other’s eyes is often seen as a declaration of war.

The  elegant language was passed down by the natives themselves, then blended with the polite tradition of the Spanish in the 16th century. This is most evident in central and southern Mexico. , which is dominated by nearly 300 years by Spaniards and 100 years by dictatorships.

The education of children of Mexican mothers

Thanks to the special way of caring for children, Mexican mothers are always proud of their children. Please refer to this article to better understand how Mexicans teach their children.

The concept of teaching and bending children according to the behaviors, behaviors, dreams … is appropriate to the standards, according to the majority of people are gradually changing. Mexican families in particular and society in general seem to be aiming to raise children in a way that differentiates and respects differences.

A child who hears and follows the rules set by the adults in the family has always been praised as a good child. Many parents have been leisurely, proud of it. They believe that they are lucky or I know how to teach them.

However, under the impact and demands of modern society, getting children into the framework and following the rules will put the risk of producing a lot of children who are gentle, passive, easy to confess like sheep. It makes it difficult for children to become an individual with their own identity, to be proactive, strongly adapt to circumstances or compete for success.

Many parents redirect. They accept their children with stubbornness, differences, even proper methods and create conditions for them to reveal themselves. When children tend to express “confusion” about gender, girls like boys, boys like girls? Parents are learning not to forbid, to manipulate children to behave, to manifest, to dress … according to the gender that parents want.

Here, moms can often organize meetings, meals, conversations … about all topics, but especially about judging / judging how to raise children, they never pay attention. Well-known Mexican mothers tend to respect other people’s ways of raising children and are confident in how to raise their own children. No one understands your child by yourself. When Mexican mothers think they need something good for their children, they do not understand what the problem is in how to raise their children, they will adjust themselves and learn to change accordingly, harmonize, adapt …

Mexico City – a picturesque city

The famous city of Mexico is the capital and the economic, political, cultural and transport center of the country. This is an ancient highland city, located on the plain of Jilake on the edge of the Southern Highlands of Mexico, with an altitude of 2,259 m.

Mexico is located in the tropics, but due to the high terrain, the winter is not too cold and the summer is not too hot. The mild climate should be an ideal summer vacation and nursing home. The city is surrounded by mountains.

To the south is the Caterhuo range all year round, snow-white, to the east is Teskeke Lake – the cultural cradle of ancient Indians. Mexico has a beautiful scene, concentrating on Indian cultural relics. Throughout the city, there are frescoes that reflect the life and struggle of Mexicans, making it a tourist center of Latin America.

Mexico City is the home of the Indian Aztecs. Legend has it that, from the beginning of the 11th century, the Aztec nomadic tribe in northern Mexico received a transmission. Accordingly, they had to go south, until they saw a falcon beaking a snake, parked on a large cactus.

That is their place of residence. Under the leader of Tennuoqi, they began the expedition. After a long climb up the mountain to the stream, with a deep bird leading the way, they finally found the destination. It is a Teskeke Lake island area.

Mexico City has many scenic spots. The square of the former Aztecs is now a constitutional square in the city center. The west is the famous national palace, the presidential palace, the defense ministry, the finance ministry, the Mexican national museum. At the central main door hung a “self-made bell”, which was the bell that Hidago’s hero (who led the Mexican people to fight against the dominance of Spanish colonialism) struck.

To the west of the square is Mexico’s main industrial area. The north has a large chapel, built by the Aztecs from ruins. Roundabouts in the city have flower beds. A bronze relief is called Tenuoquidi Bright House, built on a high inclined flat in the south and lower in the north. The ground floor is covered with red glazed tiles in square, dark blue and light green.