There are distinctive cultural differences between Mexico and the United States, although they are neighboring countries and parts of the same continent, North America.
Mexico and the United States share a common border of around 3,141 km (1,952 miles), on the northern side of Mexico. However, despite the close physical proximity, a lot of dissimilarities are observed in their cultures, beliefs, traditions, and norms of social conduct.
Despite so many differences in their cultures, some sort of integration binds the Mexicans with the Americans, and in a way, promotes their healthy co-existence. Watch this video and learn from Mr Warren Hardy, an American Expat who’s been living in Mexico for the last 25 years.
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