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Fun Facts about Different Cultures

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DREW STESSEL

on 29 September 2013

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Fun Facts About Different Cultures
FUN FACTS
Resources
http://gospain.about.com/od/factsaboutspain/qt/culture_facts.htm
Fun Facts about Brazil's Culture
In Brazil they speak Portuguese and when men greet each other they shake hands and maintain steady eye contact. Also in Brazil it is very common for friends to greet each other with a hug or a slap on the back. Women greet each other with a kiss on the left cheek and then alternate cheeks. If a woman is greeting a man with a handshake the woman is supposed to extend her hand first.
Flamenco is a type of dance in Spain that includes a guitar, singing, and palmas which is sort of like clapping your hands.
Fun Fact about Spain's Culture
Fun Facts about Egypt's Culture
Their most important value in Egypt is their family. Also a man's word is considered his bond and to go back on your word is to bring dishonor to your family in Egypt.
Fun Facts about Sweden's Culture
If you forget to say thank you for something it is thought negatively of in Sweden. Also due to the strong leaning towards political, economic, and social equality in Sweden, competition is not encouraged and children are not raised to believe that they are any more special than any other child.
Fun Fact about Australia's Culture
In Australia they believe that no one should be treated wrong or unfairly based on their country of birth. They also believe that they aren't better than other people and that everyone is equal.
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/australia.html
By: Drew Stessel
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