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Th is article examines the collective and individual imageries of the "West" developed by young indigenous people living in the suburbs of the Mexican city of San Cristóbal de Las Casas. Massive rural-urban migration has occurred in Chiapas in the last four decades, creating the infamous "poverty belts" in the suburbs of San Cristóbal. Th e inhabitants of these suburban areas are mostly of indigenous (Tzotzil or Tzeltal) origin and they earn their living by selling craft work to touristsfatcat:v2sptcttkjaxllsy6lykpwk5oa