Bachelor’s in History, from the Metropolitan Autonomous University-Iztapalapa (UAM-I); Master’s in Asian and African Studies, with specialization in Southeast Asia, by El Colegio de México (COLMEX); and PhD candidate in Asian and African Studies, with specialization in Southeast Asia (COLMEX). University Professor of International Relations and History specialized in Contemporary World History and topics related to the countries of East and Southeast Asia. He has more than fourteen years of teaching experience, having collaborated in institutions such as UNAM, UAM, Universidad Anáhuac, UDLA, UVM and CESNAV, with several awards for excellence teaching. Speaker, panelist and coordinator in various academic events, as well as translator and "developer" of academic programs. Currently, he is a professor of International Relations at the FES-Aragón of the UNAM and the Universidad Anáhuac.