Brazil has some unique customs when it comes to Christmas time. In this article we will explain what “caixinha de Natal”, “cesta de Natal” and “amigo secreto” are.
Publicity contributes to the things Brazilians talk about. In this article we will explain the different usages of three brands’ slogans and expressions - Bombril, Brastemp and NET.
Being a great participant of global trading, the Israeli economy based in exportations caught Brazilian eyes. The country has been interested in the potential and prosperous market that Israeli industry has to offer.
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Slum tourism, once a marginalized business few tourists dared to experience, has seen a rapid rise in popularity in Brazil. Find out more about this phenomenon in this article.
Brazilian children are big fans of television shows and cartoons, but not all of them have access to cable TV. That's why open television channels provide special children programming. This article gives an overview of children's television culture in Brazil.
There are two agencies subjected to the authority of the Ministry of Finance in Brazil: the Federal Revenue and the State Treasury Office. Both of them are important in the country and this article demonstrates their respective roles.
Brazil is officially divided into five regions: North, Northeast, Center-West, Southeast and South. This article gives an overview of each of them, presenting their main aspects.
You never really know someone until you go and live with them. This is true not only for people but for countries; different perspectives are gained from being the outsider looking in on the country and physically being in the country.
Brazil is known worldwide by its diversity, reflected in culture, society and religion. The large range of diversity can be also perceived in music.
Brazil is not on the list of countries drinking the most alcohol, but the consumption between inhabitants is considerably high. In this article, you will learn more about drinking alcohol in Brazil