October 21st: "Habanero Pepper: Tears, Fears, and Flavors."
About the speaker: Dr. Tomás González-Estrada, a native of Mérida, holds a Ph.D. in Crop Biotechnology from the University of Guelph, Canada.
He is the former director of CICY (Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán) and has written extensively on the Habanero pepper.
Watch here: https://fb.watch/1gaqAavuCY/
October 28th: "The colorful story of the Tehuacana dress and it's presence in our contemporary History."
About the speaker: Dr. Marina Aguirre is an archaeologist, ethno-historian, and doctor of history. Check her complete bio on her website: https://bucketlistmexico.com
Watch here: https://fb.watch/1pr0pulCDk/
November 4th: Are you an owner of vacation rental property in Mexico? Do you advertise to guests on platforms such as Airbnb and Homeaway? If so, you are probably affected by recent changes in tax law in Mexico. Find out how new law on Taxation on Digital Platforms affect you, your rental income, and what you must do to comply.
About the speaker: A true world traveler, Brent was born New Zealand, and has lived in Australia, England, the United States, and now México. “The world is home,” he says. A computer programmer and now the manager of a hospitality company, Brent knows that success lies in the details—a guiding principle that allows him to offer guests and owners meticulous, hands-on service in every area.
Watch here: https://fb.watch/1yPcYvcKsZ/
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