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 Culture
Brazil: Abelhas

By Alastair Kinghorn
August 4, 2014

Have you ever been stung by a bee?

Not a big deal eh?... Unless you happen to be allergic to them and more of that later, but
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 Culture
Brazil: A Quick and Dirty Guide to Brazil and Brazilians - Part 1

By Robert Eugene DiPaolo
August 4, 2014

If you've never been to Brazil and are planning to go or if you are living in Brazil and struggling to make sense of your experience, ...
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 Culture
Brazil: The Beautiful Circus - Conjugating the Culture of Brazil

By Robert Eugene DiPaolo
July 15, 2014

Introduction
This column is about my experience living and working in Brazil. First let me begin by telling you that as ...
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 Sports
Brazil: Copo de Vagabundos

By Alastair Kinghorn
July 15, 2014

Long before it started proper, it added to our perception of a country in crisis.

First there were the riots in Sao Paulo about
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 Culture
Brazil: Opera Came to the Favela of Vila Torres

By Duncan Crowley
July 15, 2014

An amazing day happened on Sunday 15th of June 2014 in Vila Torres, Curitiba, the day before the city saw its first of four world cup games. ...
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 Culture
Brazil: 50 Years Past Part 4

By Chip Kishel
July 15, 2014

A story of a young American boy and his family living in Brazil from 1962 to 1964.

The Guido Bloch House
We resided ...
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 Culture
Brazil: An Expat‘s View

By B. Michael Rubin
June 23, 2014

Expatriates, or "expats", are people who choose, for one reason or another, to live in another country other than where they were born.
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 Interview
Brazil Through Foreign Eyes

June 23, 2014

Meet Dave Rooney who moved to Brazil around 6 months ago. Read the following interview in which Dave tells us about some of his most memorable experiences and gives ...
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 Interview
Brazil Through Foreign Eyes

June 3, 2014

Meet Bina who moved to Brazil a year ago. Read the following interview in which Gina tells us about some of her most memorable experiences and gives some useful advice ...
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 Arts
Sao Paulo Companhia de Danca World Premiere of Lock‘s "The Seasons"

By Larry Ludwig
June 3, 2014

[Photo by Ëdouard Lock of dancers in "The Seasons" on São Paulo Companhia de Dança‘s website]

The São Paulo Companhia de Dança continues
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 Interview
Brazil Through Foreign Eyes

May 13, 2014

Meet Mike Jewell who has lived in Brazil over 15 years. Read the following interview in which Mike tells us about some of his most memorable experiences and gives some ...
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 Culture
Brazil: Seguranca

By Alastair Kinghorn
May 13, 2014

One of the bugbears of modern society in Britain was the overly paternalistic attitude towards Health and Safety. To my mind, reared as ...
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 Around Brazil
Brazil: Hidden Pousadas - Villa Inglesa, Salvador, Bahia

By Alison McGowan
May 13, 2014

What a wonderful way to start a trip to Bahia: the Villa Inglesa. This is a brand new 7 room pousada which doesn‘t even have a sign outside
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 Trips
Useful Expressions and Language Knowledge for Brazil - Part 1

By Jon Lemmens
April 22, 2014

The first couple months after I moved to Brazil I could barely understand people when they spoke to me. A conversation would typically involve ...
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 Culture
Brazilian Connections

By Larry Ludwig
April 22, 2014

My connection down here starts with an uncle (American) and two aunts (Brazilian) over in Rio de Janeiro, and a cousin (son of the uncle) ...
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