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The genius of Ayrton Senna

May 1, 1994

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari

Imola, San Marino

Williams’ Ayrton Senna looks to stamp his authority early over the race, battling Benetton’s young starlet Michael Schumacher for the lead. 2.435 kata lagi

SPORT

Aggression on the Playground

If I correctly interpreted this sign in Salvador in Brazil, it’s asking children to fight with each other.

I also found it troublesome that the boy is kicking the girl, cementing negative gender stereotypes.

(Auf Deutsch.)

Travel

Still getting over it

This is a list of things people in Brazil take for granted.

The Food

I have never even imagined so many different extraterrestrial fruits were edible, but there’s a board on campus with a list of about 30 different fruits from guava to acerola to açaí that you can get juiced for less than a Euro. 345 kata lagi

Travel

Brazilian Week:Reminiscing about food

Hello!

I am excited to share with you that I’ll be doing Brazilian Week starting on May 9th! Japanese MONTH was a little too intense for me with the cooking everyday and blogging… And, although it was a really cool experience I decided to take it down a notch and do a cuisine WEEK instead. 297 kata lagi

Vegan

Hike to Pedra Furada

So one of the most popular images of Jericoacoara is a large rock formation with a hole through it, often with the sun setting through the hole. 419 kata lagi

Travel

Jamaica’s Musical Influence Strong in Brazil

Shereita Grizzle (The Gleaner) writes that reggae music “was birthed in the trenches of Kingston, Jamaica, but today it has evolved into a universal language, a world music, loved and respected across the globe.” She underscores the many artists outside of Jamaica who are now creating reggae music, including artists from Brazil. 7 kata lagi

Jamaica’s Musical Influence Strong in Brazil

Shereita Grizzle (The Gleaner) writes that reggae music “was birthed in the trenches of Kingston, Jamaica, but today it has evolved into a universal language, a world music, loved and respected across the globe.” She underscores the many artists outside of Jamaica who are now creating reggae music, including artists from Brazil. 8 kata lagi