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Category Archives: Culture
For the first in Brazil, TED Global will take place in Rio October 6-10th 2014. The first day was dedicated to projects of the young proteges “adopted” by the foundation that organizes the event. The so-called TED Fellows – twenty … Continue reading
The less you know Brazil the more you might be susceptible to embracing myths like: it is the country of football, samba, mulatas.. and so on. If any case, I recommend reading CNN’s special article written by King’s College Brazil Institute … Continue reading
Brazilians didn’t have much to do with the Second World War but here in Paris it is hard to forget the date. Celebrations are extensive. Tv and local newspapers have a huge coverage of the event and of course, the odd … Continue reading
Serious economists don’t think exclusively about money and business.. they also use their skills and knowledge to fun stuff as answering the question: what team has more chances to win the FIFA World Cup. Itau’s team of economists created a … Continue reading
Following the example of other universities around the world, the University of São Paulo (USP) launches an unprecedented program of internationalization. The program, called: “USP International” aims to strengthen the University’s presence abroad with offices in London, Boston and Singapore. Thinking about … Continue reading
Our Ricardo Geromel interviewed Brazilian star Bibi Ferreira. She was recently in New York for her first concert at the Lincoln Center. Liza Minelli was at the audience. On top of all her qualities and extraordinary talent, it is great … Continue reading