An aerial view of the Brazilian island of Ilha de Queimada Grande, you would agree, looks breathtaking. It's probably a place where you would love to spend an exotic vacation. But this is an excellent example that looks can ...
Tilt shift of the Carnaval party in Rio de Janeiro. Made by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli. Captured during Carnaval of 2011. Music by Jarbas Agnelli. Special thanks to Rede Globo, Liesa and Jodele Larcher.
"Before I ever set foot in Brazil, I knew that is was a country full of colors and cultural influences like the United States. I also thought that Brazil would be just like the picture portrayed in many other Latin American countries, that being the typical brown stereotypical Latin we all know. To my surprise, and delight, I was wrong."
". . . interview with [Oliver] Stuenkel, where he sheds light on Brazil and the prospects and challenges the BRICS face. He also pushes back against those who say that the BRICS countries have failed."
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