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Tag Archives: Culture
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Mediate between people from different cultures speaking different languages is like walking on broken glass. Hence, there is no need to look for other situation for a rush of adrenalin. It is a risky work, no matter how good the … Continue reading
The emerging economy we refer to as “Brazil” is also a country discovering its pride and values. Culture has an important role in this. Culture forging values Evolving from colonial roots, when everything that was good was imported, Brazil has … Continue reading
With an eye in the global market for animation, which exceeds U.S. $ 128 billion annually, Brazilian producers and studios are starting to prepare their internationalization. A success case The animation Rio topped the weekend box office of Pixar classics like Toy Story and A … Continue reading
Brazil holds an exotic and mysterious image for foreigners. Tourism is becoming an important economic activity. In 2008, 5,2 millions of tourist visited Brazil, a record in the subcontinent: http://www.americas-fr.com/tourisme/actualite/le-bresil-seduit-les-touristes-1635.html. Yet for many, the country still remains locked in its stereotype. Images of … Continue reading
Caipirinha going global, with a German accent? Yes, and it is called “Bayão”. Veltins, a traditional German brewery, announced it will invest 500 000 euros to create a bottled beverage with a caipirinha taste. This is Veltins’ first drink containing … Continue reading