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In Mexico

For the past few days, I have been in Mexico. On Monday, on my way from Mexico city to Queretaro, I took a detour and visited the pyramids at Teotihuacan (wiki). I uploaded a few of the pictures of the pyramids.

Yesterday I spent time visiting the school Instituto Thomas Jefferson’s Queretaro campus and a little tour of the city center during the day. Later in the evening, I spoke at a meeting with parents, teachers, and some government officials. The title of my talk was “Education in a Digital Age.” (Will upload the presentation later over here.) The talk was live-cast to the other two campuses of the school in Mexico city and Guadalajara. As half the audience did not follow English, the talk was simultaneously interpreted into Spanish. Pictures of Queretaro and ITJ are here. (Note the announcement poster on the first picture? :) )

  • http://pnarula.com Pankaj Narula

    Hi Atanu

    Hope you are doing well in Mexico. Looked at the photos, love the green color of school.

    - Pankaj

  • Buro

    Long time reader of your blog, excellent job, Hope you are having a great time in Mexico. Did you by any chance get to see the wonderful art of the Mexican Muralists like Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco. Very powerful works. Have a good one. Peace

  • Anuj

    Atanu,
    How does the Mexican food there compare to the fare served in California?

  • Jyoti Iyer

    Cool Atanu

    You are famous!!

    Take care

    Jyoti

  • mariana

    hello atanu i´m a student of thomas jefferson´s school i loved reading your blog isreally interesting i hope you soon upload the photos you took here en mexico city !

  • Ricardo

    How are you Atanu.
    I’m Ricardo from Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Mexico City.
    Congratulations you speak really nice when you go to our classroom.
    But Atanu I have a question:
    Have you upload the picture you took at classroom 304, if you had where is it?

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