Enrique Perez Huerta
Mis Influencias/ My influences: Mi Padre.(My Father) Ramon Perez Rodriguez, Bernardo Moncada, Alberto "Betito" Mora, Jesus "Chucho" Villaseca, Fernando Servin, Miguel Angel Martinez (QEPD), Rene Soto.
(Fotoperiodistas Mexicanos- Mexican Photojournalist).Guillaume Tissanie (French Photographer) y despues / & After.Gabriel Figueroa, James Natchwey, David Allan Harvey, Sebastiao Salgado, Steve, Mc Curry, & Others.
Born in Teotihuacan' educated in "The Mexican Working Class" of the Mexico City.I Living 20 Years in Mexico City Later Yucatan, Havana,Cuba and some visits to Central America.I am: " The Black Sheep of my Family ".
I am not afraid to the Social Interaction, but I prefer being alone, calm, in private, Introspectively, distantly of the ohthers except of the friends, trasgresor and rebel, but not intolerant.I does not me very much, to describe myself, I am afraid to fall down in the self-worship it is better to know myself and treat personally.
Algo Sobre mi:
Nací en las ruinas de Teotihuacan, y educado en el seno de una familia de clase media de la Ciudad de México.Vivi hasta los 20 Años en el DF(Mexico),Posteriormente Yucatan, La Habana.Cuba y Algunas Visitas a Centroamerica.Soy: "La Oveja Negra de mi Familia".
No le temo a la Interaccion Social, pero prefiero estar solo,tranquilo,reservado,Introspectivo,distante de los demas excepto de los amigos, trasgresor y rebelde, pero no intolerante.No me agrada mucho, describirme temo caer en la egolatria es mejor conocerme y tratarme personalmente.
Con disponibilidad (y pasaporte OK) para realizar asignaciones dentro y fuera de Mexico, de corta y larga duracion segun requerimientos de trabajo./With availability (and passport OK) to realize assignments inside and out of Mexico, of short and long duration according to requirements of work.
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With the purpose of promoting literary creation and naval culture in adults over 65 years old was held the awards ceremony to the participants of the 5th contest "The Old Man and the Sea" where they relate their experiences, longings or anecdotes.
In representation of all soldiers of Mexico, General Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda, Mexico´s Minister of Defense receives from the council of the municipality of Morelia City the medal "Generalisimo Morelos " delivered by merit and trajectory.
Marking 100 years of the current Mexican Army, and a domestic tour with the purpose of establishing and strengthening ties with Mexican society, the exhibition "Armed forces, passion for serving Mexico" was opened in Durango City.
As part of the 93 anniversary to the attack of the presidential train where traveling the president Venustiano Carranza on May 9, 1920 the president to Mexico attended a ceremony at the "Monumento a la Lealtad y los Valientes" in Apizaco, Tlaxcala.
In a festive atmosphere accompanied with cannabis march and rally was held for the legalization of marijuana with participation of approximately 5,000 people in the streets and "Monumento a la Revolucion" of Mexico City.
Although in the History the Cannabis Plant has had many different uses as raw material for clothing, ropes and medicine, today its use most common is as a drug popular between adults and young people on different sides of the world for its low cost.
U.S. President Barack Obama officially concludes a two-day visit in Mexico, and continues on to Costa Rica in his working tour of Latin America. Mexico's Chancellor José Antonio Meade Kuribreña greeted the President on his departure.
The U.S. president Barack Obama arrived in the International Airport of Mexico City on a 22-hour visit to Mexico to discuss topics of security, immigration, trade and education with Enrique Peña Nieto