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The Difference Between Australia and Japan
Transcript of The Difference Between Australia and Japan
The population in Australia is 23.13 million, Aussies celebrate Australia Day which is on the 26th of January. Australians roughly earn $10 000 a year. Australia's traditional food is Pavlova, Vegemite on toast, Lamingtons and fish 'n' chips at the beach.
Japan has an Emperor his name is Akihito Hirohilo. Akihito is the 125th Emperor of his line according to Japan's traditional order of succession, Japan has a President, which has so many laws. Japan's constitution, which came into force in 1947.
Japan and Australia both have a Prime minister. The Government of Australia and Japan will continue their coopertive partnership.
Australia's current prime minister is Tony Abbott, he got 61 votes and 39 votes against him. Australia does NOT have a president and an Emperor. Also the commonwealth was formed in December 11 1931.
Officially they are Japanese, one of Japan's Festival is The Japanese New Year! Their traditional food sushi, sukiyaki, sashimi and more.
Children who have their 6th Birthday on or before April 1st they start first grade of elementary school. The students start Kindergarten ages (3-6) then they start elementary school (6-12).
In Japan their school starts at 8:30am and usually ends at 3:00pm, at school they have 3 terms.
Both countries have 6 years of Elementry school. Life at school in Australia and Japan, includes the impact of stress the support of bullying and adaption to school.
School education is similar across all of Australia, with only minor variations between states and territories. The education runs for 12 or 14 years from Kindergarten to through out, Pre-schooling starts from 3-4 years depending on the date of birth. Australia's school starts from 9am to 3pm, some schools time may be extended in some high schools, the students have 5 days of school.
Japan and Australia have very close similarities urbanized societies both countries live in first world economies. Both countries have a low birth rate and an ageing population.