Step inside one of the 350 Mexican restaurants in Mexicali on the US-Mexico border, and you've entered into a place with a cuisine like nowhere else, where Cantonese cooking blends with Mexican ingredients for an inimitable experience.
La Chinesca is made up of a series of underground tunnels beneath Mexicali, where Chinese immigrants lived for half a century.
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Today on Daily VICE, our editor-in-chief Helen Hollyman discusses a story about Mexicali, a Mexican border town that has more than 300 Chinese restaurants and a unique style of cuisine combining traditional south-of-the-border fare with Cantonese...
After Evelio Padilla-Zepeda washed up across the boarder near a canal in Southern California, authorities unearthed the 150-foot-long tunnel and 55 pounds of coke.
The five beheading victims coincide with narco-messages hung in public that suggest the Jalisco New Generation cartel is pushing north, challenging the hold of the Sinaloa cartel on the border.
Baja California Celebrates First Same-Sex Marriage, Despite Earlier Claims of 'Insanity' Against Couple
A week ago, local officials in Mexicali said the couple known as "the Victors" were too "crazy" to get married. Now, the doors are open in Baja's other major city, Tijuana, for same-sex couples to wed.
The "Victors," as the Baja couple are known, have the backing of Mexico's Supreme Court to tie the knot, but a city-appointed marriage counselor in Mexicali denied their request, claiming the men suffer from "insanity."