The Lacandon people are an indigenous community residing in the Lacandon Jungle of Chiapas, Mexico, believed to be descendants of the ancient Maya civilization, with their distinct cultural and linguistic heritage. Once a semi-nomadic group, they have settled in recent times. This episode of the Mexico series will feature the Lacandon people and their interaction with the challenges and dynamics of globalization. While many cultures have faced such changes, only a few have been able to retain their heritage. The Lacandon people, having undergone this transformation in the recent past, offer a fascinating study of their culture before and after globalization. The episode aims to examine the ways in which globalization has impacted and altered their customs and traditions over the last few decades.