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Transcript of Fiji
Made up of 330 Islands and 500 reefs.
Capital is Suva.
Speak English, Fijian, and Hindustani.
Viti Levu (Big Fiji), Vanua Levu (Big Land) Background Information The first settlers were the Lapita who arrived in 1500 BCE.
2500 years later, Polynesians invaded Fiji.
In 1643, Abel Tasman became the first European to visit Fiji.
1800's saw an increase in interaction between Fijian society and the westerners. History of Fiji Economy Exports clothing, fish and sugar
Imports food, machinery, cars, and petroleum
Raise cattle and chickens
Grow coconuts and sugar cane
Tourism is a major economic activity and employs many islanders. Fijians By: Alannah Schauer Fiji Population of 870,000 people
Christian, Hindu, Muslim
More than half of Fiji's people are Melanesian descent.
1/3 are imported laborers from India.
Fiji's population group is Chinese, European, Micronesian, and Polynesian.
Life expectancy in 2012 is 71 1/2 years old Sources "Asia and Oceania." Country Profile: Fiji. N.p., 9 Mar. 2012. Web. 30 Nov. 2012.
Kurian, George Thomas, ed. "Fiji: Economy." World Geography and Culture Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 30 Nov. 2012.
Kurian, George Thomas, ed. "Fiji: History Overview." World Geography and Culture Online. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 30 Nov. 2012.
Lal, Brij V. "Fiji." Academic World Book. World Book, 2012. Web. 30 Nov. 2012.
"The World Factbook". 1999. US Central Intelligence Agency. Washington, D.C.: Printing and Photography Group. Prime Minister is head of the Government
President is head of state
President appoints the Prime Minister
Constitution contains a bill of rights and a human rights commission.