Did you Know? Brazil is Eclectic and Diverse
Brazil's people, culture, and cuisine are really global melting pots, since it is mostly made up of immigrants from nations as different as Japan, Italy, Syria, Germany, Korea, Lebanon, and China. Sao Paulo is believed to have the largest Japanese population outside of Japan. Brazilians nowadays are said to be descended from three ethnic groups: Europeans, Africans, and Amerindians. All of this comes together nicely to give Brazil's culture a distinct liveliness.
By sowing this unusual plant, the soil's physio-chemical characteristics are altered, increasing the levels of nitrogen and potassium.
The novel Gadsby, published in 1939, is the longest book ever published that does not include the letter 'e.'