Tell One's Country's Culture


Tell One's Country's Culture

Hello, everyone. I am Tam. I am Japanese. I write about Japanese culture and my thought in my blog of Englishclub. I made this group to know other countrie's cultures and introduce Japanese culture. Please tell one's countrie's culture. 

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Let's introduce your country's culture by video

Started by tam. Last reply by Adam Feb 7. 6 Replies

Let's introduce your country's culture by video.Continue

hello. my name is Mubariz Ibrahimov

Started by Adam Feb 7. 0 Replies

i m from Azerbaijan. as u know we are the young government and got independence only after collapsion of USSR in1991. We have unique culture. The culture of Azerbaijan has developed as a result of…Continue

Oman, Middle East

Started by Caz fawcett. Last reply by Caz fawcett Jan 1. 2 Replies

Hello. I'm from England but have lived in Oman for almost 9 years. It's a great, sunny, friendly place to live. There are long, quiet, unspoilt beaches and it's warm all year round. Actually it gets…Continue

Country's Culture

Started by Anna de Nijs. Last reply by Tree Jan 1. 1 Reply

Hello, I live in Amsterdam, which is the capital of the Netherlands. It is a fantastic, beautiful city to live because of theaters, museums, beautiful buildings and canals. Netherland's nice because…Continue

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Comment by Ovinda Aprilia on Sunday

hello , i'm newbie in here, i come from Indonesia.
have you ever visited indonesia? and then what do you know about indonesia?

Comment by WILLARD MMBANDO on March 17, 2014 at 10:52

this group is marvelous as we get to know each of us in all aspects of life,i really like this and the intellent person who has created it.BIG UP

Comment by TMT on March 1, 2014 at 6:47


I'm a newbie here in Englishclub. And more recently, I've just joined this awesome club. 

I want to say hi to all of you!

It's always been my hobby to exchange cultures. I look to learn alot from you and in return, I'll try my best to provide you with the best of me!

If you have any questions regarding my country, which is Vietnam, please, do not hesitate to ask. However, I can only be here every once in a while, it may take me sometime to answer your questions. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.


Comment by Robert on February 7, 2014 at 21:57
A small part of my culture ...

The country I live in has a new beginning compared to many others ...
My founding fathers came here to have freedom to express freedom to worship the way they wanted to ...
We are made up of many different ways of life .

On July 4, 1776, the Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence drafted by Thomas Jefferson, proclaimed that all men are created equal, and founded a new nation, the United States of America

The United States population on July 4, 2013 was: 316,148,990
From ..

I live In the northern part of the country ..Michigan.
Here we have four distinct seasons . I will try to share the family culture I grew up with , and stress there are different ways of growing up in my country.

Before the new year begins ,( January 1st.) we have Christmas . A season of giving a season most children receive gifts they dream about . Please forgive me but some do not grow up with such fortune.
Welcome to my house , here we have a Christmas tree ,as a child we believe in Santa Claus . As a child we would look through the special Christmas catalogs ..and dream what Saint Nick would bring ...

The Legend of St. Nicholas. ( Santa Claus )
The legend of Santa Claus can be traced back hundreds of years to a monk named St. Nicholas. It is believed that Nicholas was born sometime around 280 A.D. in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Turkey. Much admired for his piety and kindness.....

Our house is far out in the country so we do have the traditional Christmas carolers ,groups of people singing Christmas songs . This tradition is not as common today.

We have the tradition of a decorated Christmas tree in our house . Saint Nick leaves the presents we have dreamed about under its branches .Christmas morning we are not allowed to come downstairs until given the okay.
If there wasn't this rule we would wake up and catch Saint Nick at work ..
We have fruit ,nuts , candy ,and many homemade snacks , our table is full of all kinds if homemade treats ,cookies ,breads, fudge ,peanut brittle ...
The nuts are in the shell so we have grown up cracking the shelled nuts at Christmas time ...
My father decided to make our tradition different than many other households . He would not allow our mother to cook a big Christmas meal ... The children were allowed to eat treats, we were not forced to eat anything but what we chose .
Many other homes would have a big Christmas meal .. While we would have sloppy joes, hamburgers , hot dogs or some meal that was simple for mother to fix.

We were to excited with the toys and multitudes of delicious treats . To be forced to sit down to force our stomachs to eat more food ..
I hope you have enjoyed our Christmas Day ..
I have thought about what I could offer to this club .. All of you add such great stories .. I will try to add more as the seasons change .. I will be without a iPad for a short time so if you make a comment and I do not reply this is the reason.
I will miss my friends durning this time ... And I will attempt to improve on the stories ..
I left out so much ...
I would love to follow in the steps of Saint Nick.. Along with a visit to Myra.
Comment by p!nk on February 2, 2014 at 19:42

Hey, i live in Jordan. it's a wonderful country and there is one of the seven wonders here (Petra). i can't really begin to describe it because as much as i love to, it will never be the same as seeing it :')

Comment by Iuliana on January 26, 2014 at 11:41

Knowing other countries, other places  it is a desire and it can be fulfilled  (even for a small part) this way,too.

Comment by tam on January 26, 2014 at 9:15

To Iuliana, Thipthida, Dimas Prasetyo

Thank you for introducing your country.

Comment by A Little Poet on January 26, 2014 at 3:29

Hi all I am from Indonesia, My country has large of numbers for our culture, but I live in Central Java, Hope someday I can share my cultures. Thank you for the creator, I am really interested in cultures

Comment by thipthida on January 8, 2014 at 15:38

Hi i am from Thailand the land of smile :)

My country is not big and not small as well

divided to 4 regions we have beautiful beaches at the south and nice mountain at the north 

bangkok is capital city and really busy now

all year is almost hot n rain but i like it not too cold :)

thai ppl like to eat spicy lol  most famous food is "Som Tum" or Papaya salad 

Nice to meet you all here :)

Comment by Iuliana on December 29, 2013 at 19:13


I live in Romania, a small but nice country on Eastern Europe.

Now, here  it is the time of carols , a time when everything is magic and special.

I want to bring to you a few carols, Romanian carols as a gift for this Christmas days.

Soon this year will end. I do not know if you have any customs for the last day of the year , but here, children are going to each house, wishing good things for the year that will come soon. They receive apples, nuts, cookies, money.

This custom has the name: Uraturi = wishes. It is a very , very old custom, passed form generation , to generation.

It brings luck to all of them who open their doors to children for receiving their wishes.

I will bring you one - for Good Luck in 2014

A happy New Year to you all!


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