Brazil: a growing and revolutionary country!
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Brazil: a growing and revolutionary country!

by Ami K.
(Suginami, Tokyo, Japan)

Brazil is one of the most famous countries in the world. But we don't know about the details of Brazil. Why?? Maybe because there is a long distance between Japan and Brazil, I think.

It is often said that Brazil is located on the opposite side of Japan. So it seems that Japan and Brazil don't have any bilateral relationship. For example, economics, politics, and so on. Thus, the long distance makes us difficult to think and know about Brazil.

But recently, Brazil is beginning to lead economics as a BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) country. Whereas Japan has depressed and become third in the world in terms of Gross Domestic Product, BRIC countries are developing rapidly.

We Japanese can't disregard these facts. We can't survive this world without considering the existence of BRIC countries! So we should try to know Brazil a lot.

Concerning politics of Brazil, one incident made me surprised!! It was that Dilma Rousseff was appointed as a president! She is the first female president in Brazil. We haven't had any female presidents in Japan so far. So this incident seemed very revolutionary!

Japanese are apt to think of Southern American countries including Brazil as developing counties, maybe. But in my opinion, as I mentioned above, Brazil is a growing and revolutionary country!

There are a lot of points Japanese should follow in Brazil.

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Apr 30, 2015
nice point of view
by: Gabreil Noboru Ishida

Brazil is a teenager country, to say the truth. Mos of people here ar kind and nor responsible just like childs. But our government is like a bad couple of parents who only give very very bad examples.

We surelly may say that we are proud that, in spite of every kind of human bad examples we have, we still insisting in being a kind and just people. Its just its too dificult to most of population, because government has a lack if inteligence and belives that to be rich they must rob and keep the population idiot. They do everything they can to keep this, so, as if your parents throw away every book you have spend years working to buy. But you will try again to effort another.

Some people go crazy and tired about this saga.

But Dilma nowadays is hated by most of population.

Its funny that facebook has unchained a integration of interest by the population alone, and today many people who can think, and there are much more than I use to belive 2 years ago, just hate dilma and know that its just a name to figure all the corruption in the power.

We hope other people in other countries understand our difficulties, and maybe help us, not with bias but with friendship. We surelly could say: the guilty is from my father and mother (administrators). Not to all, but to the root of the problem.

So I can say we are all teenagers, far from picking up guns to shot government. On the other hand, it may seem better, i belive. No violence as happened in India with Mahatma, may be a very beautiful example that we are trying with all efforts, to do the right way.

tnx for readding!!!!

May 30, 2011
Brazil is a growing and revolutionary country!
by: Gary Wolff

Ami, that's a very insightful, mature, and worldly viewpoint about Brazil.

I was also impressed to hear about Dilma Rousseff becoming the first female president in Brazil.

You made some very good points about the growth of Brazil, and I'd like to thank you for sharing your opinion...

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