Mexican straw hats - Mexico is located in the tropics and subtropics, with high temperatures and is suitable for agriculture and animal husbandry. Two of the three great civilizations of the American Indians appear here (the Mayan civilization and the Aztec civilization). Mexicans favor their big straw hats and often show them to the world. In the World Cup, many fans in Mexico have big straw hats on their heads, and some female fans even hang two straw hats on their chests. When Mexico hosted the ninth World Cup in 1970, the organizer determined the mascot "Huan Tower", a little boy wearing a Mexican straw hat and wearing a football shirt. It can be said that the big straw hat is Mexico's "second national emblem" in a certain sense. As an inseparable part of national costumes, it records the history of Mexico from a specific perspective, reflects the social life and customs of the country, and reflects the character of Mexicans.