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  • AGENDA
    • Basicinformation
    •RegionsofBrazil
    • RemarkableBrazilians
    • Cultural Behavior
    • Problems
    • Future
  • • Largest country inSouthAmerica
    • Area:8.5 million km2
    • Capital: Brasília
  • • Language: Portuguese. Colonized by Portugal
    • Federal Republic
    • 2010: Dilma Rousseff
    • Population: over 190 million people
    (5.6x the Canadian population)
    • Currency: real (R$)
  • • Positivist theme
    • Each star means a state (27 states)
    • Colors’ meaning: green and yellow colors representing theBraganza-Habsburgdynasty
  • Food: indian influence. Tacaca, açai, pato no tucupi e maniçoba
    Amazon rainforest:biodiversity
    Carimbó: typicaldance
  • Food: carne de sol, farofa, acarajé
    Culture: frevo, maracatu, bumba meu boi
    Salvador was the first Braziliancapital
    Beaches: Costa dos Corais, Abrolhos, Jericoacoara
  • Pantanal mato-grossense: largest swampy plain area in the world
    Brasília: Brazil's national capital
    Culture: Carvalhada e Procissão
    do Fogaréu
    Food: arroz com pequi, sopa paraguaia, arroz carreteiro
  • MG: São Francisco river
    RJ: Christ the Redeemer
    São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil: 11 millionresidents
    Food: feijoada (everyWednesday
    and Sunday in São Paulo)
  • SÃO PAULO
    • Japaneses in São Paulo: 1.4 and 1.5 million people of
    Japanese descent in Brazil
    •São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro: holdthelargestcarnival
    parades in Brazil
  • RIO DE JANEIRO:
    • BossaNova:upscale beachside neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro
    • Samba's origins infavelas of Rio
    • Bossa Nova: love, thebeach, and beautiful women - bohemian life
    • Samba:Brazilians' dailystruggles, amusicgenrepopular among the working class.
    • International popularity: Garota de Ipanema
  • Italian and German immigration
    Food: barbecue
    Snow
  • SANTA CATARINA
    • Oktoberfest:one of the world's largest outside Germany.
    • Celebrate German traditions - music, parade, typical food and...beer!
  • RIO GRANDE DO SUL
    • Gramado Film Festival: is an internationalfilm festival held annually in the city of Gramado
    • Kikito: awards’ name
  • TARSILA DO AMARAL
    • 1922 Modernist Artist: changedthe conservative artistic establishment in Brazil
    • Was part ofGrupo dos Cinco
  • MIGUEL NICOLELIS
    • Brazilian scientist
    • Named by Scientific American Magazine one of the 20 most important scientists in the world today
    • Reading monkey thought: research in which a monkey controlled a robotic arm just thinking about it
  • KAKÁ
    • He plays in Spain – Real Madrid
    RONALDO
    • Playedfor Barcelona (spanish football club), played in Corinthians (brazilian football club). Now he is retired (2011)
    RONALDINHO GAÚCHO
    • Played for the Italian team Milan and nowadays plays in Flamengo (brazilian team)
  • PELÉ
    • One of the greatest football players of
    all time. THE KING PELÉ
    • Began playing for Santos at 15
    • Scored 1281 goals in 1363 games    
  • • Brazilians: optimistic people
    • Like parties, social events. Business meeting usually is a lunch, a coffee or another social event.Offices meetings happen too in some cases     
  • • Like to touch, hug, kiss the cheek
    • Personal space: close     
  • • BIRD report: 53,6 ranking from0to100.In 2008the country raised to 58,5
    • Drug trafficking - big issue. Fights between drug dealers in favelas. Crimes, murders, robberies    
  • • One of the most unequal distributions of income in the world
    •26% (2008)  of people living below the povertyline
  • • Between 2003 and 2008, around 21 million people left their poverty status in Brazil
    • More than 30 million people (equivalent to half of the French population) have risen to classes ABC in five years.
    • 2016: Olympic Games
    • Olympic challenge would be as a relevant incentive in the margin for Brazil and Rio de Janeiro city to focus on the achievement of tangible and more permanentimprovements
  • • 2014:World Cup
    • Won 5 times thiscompetition
    • Contributes to improvethecountry’scondition: investments