Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Mexico City Quotes from famous persons: Bret Stephens, Jaime Camil, Louis van Gaal, Seth Berkley, Cathy Marie Buchanan. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Mexico City Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
I grew up in Mexico City at a time when the country was a repressive one-party dictatorship almost wholly dependent on oil revenues.
I love theater. That’s what I did in Mexico City. I did a lot of musical theater, and it’s where my heart is.
I’ve lived in other cities – Rome, Dublin, Mexico City – but I was born in New York City, and I always lived in those other places as a New Yorker.
I was stationed in Turkey, Mexico City, South America, Texas, Arizona, so I do know where the Mexican-U.S. border is.
I attended elementary school and high school in Mexico City. I was already fascinated by science before entering high school; I still remember my excitement when I first glanced at paramecia and amoebae through a rather primitive toy microscope.
What Mexico City cannot do and my country cannot do is to allow us to be intimidated, the authorities to be intimidated, by organized crime.
I feel absolutely no threat or fear in Mexico City.
When I was eight, I started what could be considered my first business, performing magic shows in Mexico City.
I’ll tell you what makes me feel worthwhile: organizing and solving other people’s problems. It makes me feel good to go to Mexico City and figure out theories on how you can reorganize and reduce crime. To me, it’s one of the more fulfilling ways to spend a day.
I was born in Mexico, I am from Mexico City.
My parents are from Mexico City.
Mexico City is being used as a laboratory to send the message throughout the rest of Mexico that the Left can govern. That here, it can be different, and it can actually get things under control and provide an alternative to the National Action Party and its conservative views.
The beauty standards had nothing to do with me in Mexico. It was such a bizarre, dire time for my hair. I was living in a small town where there was not any semblance of an African community. I’d have to take the bus to Mexico City to find a woman who could braid my hair. That was two and a half hours away.
Texas has an established trade office in Mexico City, as do other Texan cities. They have a more mature trade relationship with Mexico, and I want to make Arizona a leader in this area also.
I’ve always thought Mexico City was incredibly dynamic.
The most that somebody in Mexico City will get paid for a job in construction is 100 pesos a day.
Really, Mexico City has always been this big, complex monster of a city that has always had real problems and needs, and I’ve always found my way through it in different ways.
If you read the poets of the 19th century in Latin America, you would see that Havana or Mexico City or Buenos Aires are incredibly modern and global cities that they were not. And eventually they became real, and they became real because people read these books and tried to live in a better world.
I would love to fight in Mexico City.