1) Mexican culture is the fusion of European, African, and Indigenous cultures
Mexican culture as we know it today is a product of centuries of mixing between Indigenous, African, and Spanish populations during the Colonial period. This mixing, known commonly as mestizaje, produced a unique cultural identity that makes up the basis for modern-day Mexico, and can be seen in every aspect of Mexican life, including food, clothing, art, music, and even language.
2) Mexico is a diverse, and multicultural country
Many cultures inhabit Mexico. ****Indigenous peoples make up 10% of the population and are divided into dozens of different ethnicities, each with its own language, culture, system of governance, and customs. There are also substantial populations of European and African descent, and most of the population has mixed heritage. Migrants from countries such as China, Japan, Syria, and Lebanon arrived in the 20th Century, and there have been more …