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Japan and Bangladesh: A Comparison

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Japan and Bangladesh: A Comparison
By: Sehrish and Malika
Introduction
Bangladesh is a country that earned its independance on 1971, so it's a relatively new country. However, people have been living there since the Vedic Period, (1750-500 BCE) when Hinduism was founded. Bangladesh was first ruled by tribes until it got to the late Middle Ages where it was ruled by the Turkish. It was also under the rule of India, Britain, and Pakistan. The people in the Bengal Area were not happy with how they were treated especially when the Pakistani Government told them that they could not speak their language. That engaged one of the most famous wars in Bangladeshi history- The Bangladesh Liberation War. Bangladesh won and declared their independance on March 26th, 1971. Some other wars that Bangladesh was involved in were the Indian-Bangladesh Border Conflict, the Gulf War, and World War 1 and 2. Now, Bangladesh is a part of the United Nations, and is one of the world's largest garments producers. It is known for a lot of the sweatshops and disasters it faces every year.
Demographics
JAPAN:
Birth Rate: 1030000 (2013)
Death Rate: 1275000
Crude Birth Rate/1000: 8.1
Crude Death Rate/1000: 10.1
Natural Change/1000: -2.0
Total Fertillity Rate/woman: 1.43 children
Infant Mortality Rate/1000 births: 2.3 (2012)
Life Expectancy (Males): 79.94 years
Life Expectancy (Females): 86.41 years

BANGLADESH:
Birth Rate/1000 people: 21.61 (2014)
Death Rate/1000 people: 5.64 (2014)
Crude Birth Rate/1000 people: 21.5 (2012)
Crude Death Rate/1000 people: 6 (2012)
Natural Change: 1.5%
Total Fertility Rate/woman: 2.45 children
Infant Mortality Rate/1000 births: 45.67 (2014)
Life Expectancy (Males): 68.75 years
Life Expectancy (Females): 72.63 years
Types of Jobs/Industry
Japan:
The most common jobs that are found in Japan is in the Manufacturing industry. A major industry in Japan is manufacturing electronics and motor vehicles. Other popular jobs are teachers, engineers, manga wrriters, anime artists, doctors, and fishermen.
People who have non-regular jobs have 44.3% in retalling, 63.4% in restaurants/hotels, 17.7% in construction, and 21.4% in manufacturing. (2004)

Bangladesh:
The most common jobs that are found in Bangladesh is in the Textiles Industry. Other jobs are fishermen, rickshaw drivers, bus drivers, and professers.
About four million people (mostly females) work in the Textiles Industry. Actually, Bangladesh is the second most exporter of Textiles right after China. Most people are under the poverty line and therefore have to work in sweatshops. They barely earn a dollar a day but they work for more than fifteen hours each day.
GDP/GDP Per Capita
Japan:
GDP: 536,122,300,000,000 ($4.90 trillon)
GDP Per Capita: 36,016 (Int.$)
$1.00= 108.36
Bangladesh:
GDP: TK 11140736086591.21 ($161, 760, 000, 000)
GDP Per Capita: TK71144.78 ($1033)
$1.00= TK 77.38
Popuation Density
Japan
Healthcare
Japan's Healthcare is provided for free by the government. Since 1973 all the seniors earn government provided insurance. Their infant mortality rate has plummeted drastically and Japan is the country in the world that has the highest life expectancy rates. All of its services are universal and patients get access to these things without any worry at all.

Bangladesh's healtcare isn't the best thing in the world. Villages aren't close to medical facilities. Most medical facilities are two hours away from the village. Also, you have to pay to go to the doctors to get a checkup. There is also a lot of people who are malnourished. 2/3 of children under the age of five are malnourished and 1/3 of babies are born underweight. To top it off, there has been an increase in infant mortality.

Being one of the world's densely populated country, Bangladesh is prone to a lot of diseases. It has a lot of infectious diseases like Typhoid Fever, Hepititis A and B, Malaria, Dengue Fever and Leptospirosis.

Culture
Japanese culture is influenced by it's neighboring countries. Japanese music is the largest music market in Asia. There are two distinctive forms of music in Japan, which are Japanese Pop and traditonal. The visual arts of Japan includes painting, sculpting, Ukiyo-e (floating world prints), and Ikebana (japanese fower arrangement). Japanese preformng arts includes wearing masks, dance, and puppet theater. Usually Japanese theater act out important events in history.
Japanese cuisine has become more refind and sophisticated over the recent years. Japanese cuisine includes sushi, teriyaki, and tempura has become popular in the West. The Japanese diet consists of rice, fresh seafood, and pickled or boiled vegetables.
Japanese traditional sports consist of samurai arts, and martial arts (karate, jujitsu, sumo, etc.)
Popular media of Japan currently is anime and manga. Some famous manga and anime are Dragon Ball Z, Naruto, Pokemon, Bleach, Fairy Tail, and One Peice.
Bibliography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladesh
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Bangladesh
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedic_period
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladesh#Modern_Bangladesh
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladesh_textile_industry
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Japan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladeshi_art
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sport_in_Bangladesh#Kabaddi

Japan is a very old country, research shows that people have lived there since the Upper Paleolithic period. For a long time Japan was ruled by Emperors, but from the 12th century to 1868 Japan was ruled by the Feudal Miltary Shoguns (millitary commander/general) by the name of the emporer. During that time Japan was in a form of isoation. However in 1853 the United States pressured Japan to open to the West. Japan was involved in major wars as in the First Sino-Japanese war, Russo-Japanese war, World War I, Second Sino-Japanese war, World War II, and the atomic bomings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Now, Japan is a member of United Nations, is the world's fourth largest importer and exporter. It is the world's third largest economy. Japan is also known for having the world's longest life expectancy.
Bangladesh
Japan
Population Pyramids
Japan
Literacy Rate
Japan l Bangladesh
Male Literacy Rate: 99% 62%
Female Literacy Rate: 99% 53.7%
Overall Literacy Rate: 99% 57.7%
Population Density:1033.5/km
BANGLADESH
POPULATION AND RELIGION
BANGLADESH
Population: 166, 280, 712
Religion:
Islam- 89%
Hinduism- 8%
Buddhism- 1%
Christians- 0.5%
Other- 0.5%
Population Density:336/km
JAPAN
Population: 127, 650, 000
Religion:
Shintoism- 54%
Buddhism- 41%
Christians- 0.7%
Other- 4.3%
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Bangladesh
Bangladesh's culture is influenced by its neighbouring countries. There are many types of musical genres the most known are traditional, classical, and pop. The art in Bangladesh that are mostly paracticed are photography, painting, archetecture, folk art, modern art and sculpting. Bangladesh's performing arts includes play-acting, dancing, and singing. Bengali dancing is usually used to convey a story from the old days and dancers wear heavy make-up and sarees during the performance.
Bangladeshi cuisine is something that is enjoyed a lot in Asia. It is known for the creation of Gulab Jamun. Some food in Bangladeshi cuisine are Biryani, Ilish Fish, Rice, Chai, Bhorte (mashed food) etc.
The traditional sports of Bangladesh are cricket, field hockey, European football, volleyball, Kabaddi (a version of team tag) etc.
In Bangladesh media there is a lot of politics and very low quality cartoons are shown. The most famous cartoon in Bangladesh is called Meena Cartoon, by UNICEF.
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