China, Brazil, and Morocco

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Our excursions today include China, Brazil, and Morocco. Although varied and complex, each nation values family and traditions. China has the large population count, with Brazil coming in second, Nevertheless the life expectant of all three countries is approximately the same. Similarly, the literacy rate in Morocco is 52 percent, but the other China contains 20 percent of the earth’s population, and it is the fourth largest countries are at 85 percent. Also Brazil and China both export clothing country after Russia, Canada, and the United States. In addition, Mandarin Chinese is the primarily language spoken (National Geographic, 2014). The landscape is very diverse, and is composed of mountains, high plateaus, plains, deltas, and deserts in the West, and hills. Correspondingly the climate is varied depending upon the location. As a result the geography of this country has an irregular population distribution. More than 94 million people live in the Eastern third of the country, the Shandong province for its mild coastal weather, and Tibet has less than 3 million with the harsh mountain plateau climate. The main ethnic group is the Chinese Han People, and there are 56 ethnic groups. The three religions practiced are Han, Tibetan, and Southern Buddhism. The culture in this country has deep-seated philosophies, traditions, and values. This country prides itself on curtsey, and the Chinese people value familial respect all the time. Education is a quality that is high valued, and the people of China believe that it ensures the future and improvement of one’s character, but also of family and country. (Travel China Guide, 2014). China’s industrial output includes items such as automobiles, footwear, toys, telecommunication equipme... ... middle of paper ... ... Geographic, 2014). Reference Brazil, (2011). Brazil culture. Retrieved from from Geographia, (2014). Morocco. Retrieved form Hey Morocco, (2013). Retrieved from National Geographic, (2014). China facts. Retrieved from National Geographic, (2014). Morocco facts. Retrieved from National Geographic, (2014). Brazil facts. Retrieved from Rough Guides. (2014). Retrieved from Travel China Guide, (2014). Retrieved from

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