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“Pobre de México, tan lejos de Dios y tan cerca de los Estados Unidos.” ― Porfirio Díaz


This new editorial will talk about new things about, fashion, architecture and new technology advances scince out new president “PORFIRIO DIAZ” is in presidency, our people spent week looking for this new information, so we can give you interesting news of how our country is changing daily, we hope you like the topics we will talk about. DON´T STOP BUYING OUR MAGAZINES FOR THE BEST NEWA OF FASHION, ARCHITECTURE AND MORE INTERESTING THINGS.

ARCHITECTURE The architecture of know it´s great they are big and beautiful representing several things and our president Porfirio Diaz is basing all this on the French architecture he want to be great like that empire and his is doing with his beautiful architecture since a lot of years we have not seen something like this so this means that for this person soon or late Mexico will have a big change a great change that will make a better Mexico a Mexico that have respect and fear this president will make a new empire the empire of Mexico but the power can consume this president because he is a person not a god so we need to be careful but this change is inevitable but he will make the streets of Mexico the most beautiful streets on the world

- By Nava Schulz Juan Pablo Biography of Porfirio Diaz José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz Mori (1830-1915) was a Mexican general, President, politician, and dictator. He ruled Mexico with an iron fist for 35 years, from 1876 to

1911. His period of rule, referred to as the Porfiriato, was marked by great progress and modernization and the Mexican economy boomed. The benefits were felt by very few, however, as millions of peons labored in virtual slavery. He lost power in 1910-1911 after rigging an election against Francisco I. Porfirio Díaz was born a mestizo, or of mixed Indian-European heritage, in the state of Oaxaca in 1830. He was born into extreme poverty and never even reached complete literacy. He dabbled in law, but in 1855 he joined a band of liberal guerrillas who were fighting a resurgent Antonio López de Santa Anna. He soon found that the military was his true vocation and he stayed in the army, fighting against the French and in the civil wars that wracked Mexico in the mid-to-late nineteenth century. He found himself aligned with liberal politician and rising star Benito Juárez, although they were never personally friendly. Díaz continued to fight for the liberal side during the brief rule of Maximilian of Austria (1864-1867) and was instrumental in reinstating Juarez as President. Their relationship was still cool, however, and Díaz ran against Juarez in 1871. When he lost, Díaz rebelled, and it took Juarez four months to put the insurrection down. Amnestied in 1872 after Juarez died suddenly, Díaz began plotting his return to power. With the support of the United States and the Catholic Church, he brought an army into Mexico City in 1876, removing President Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada and seizing power in a dubious “election.” -By Andre Dubois Meneses


Our new president introduces us new

technologies. With this advances we can make Mexico a better place where we can live in harmony and in peace. Here we will present you some of those technologies:  He extend the rails of the railroads a permanent road laid with rails, commonly in one or more pairs of continuous lines forming a track or tracks, on which locomotives and cars are run for the transportation of passengers, freight, and mail. With this the railroads become the biggest source of transportation in Mexico. The electricity is the way we power all the lights outside and other thins and is one of the biggest advance in this country. With this our country is advancing, making new technologies and having some developments in the way we think. Another thing is that with this some countries in Orizaba are growing in a fast way. Some petroleum industries are making a development because other countries are coming to Mexico to make some new changes in the way we make petroleum. And with this we can make some new technological advances. So herewe can see how Porfirio Diaz is one of the biggest presidents in Mexico an how he make us great. So he decide to make great Mexico and he is doing it. -By RICARDO MANCILLA

FASHION During the regime of Porfirio DĂ­az, the fashion of upper clases in Mexico was a kind of French style, in fact much of the clothing from these epoch was brought form the European continent, but mainly from Paris. European taste also influenced ideas in beauty for example, among women, very fair skin was valued without any obvious make up or tints, as well as small hourglass. Woman use adjusted blouses to the corset with long sleeves and high narrow collars trimmed with lace; the skirt is bell shaped and floor lenght. The ensamble is completed with different accesories such as lareg hats with feathers, parasols or bags. On special ocasions woman use dresses with a train and ample neckline. -By Pablo Mejia Loredo

WRITTEN BY: Ricardo Mancilla Juan Pablo Nava Roberto Peña Andre Dubois Pablo Mejia