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Marine A Alexander Blackman is still jobless and hunting for work more than two years after being freed from War hero's proud brother, 18, follows in his sibling's footsteps to become paratrooper - 12 years after he Germans, French and Italians shared the dry goods sector with Brazilians. Foodstuffs was generally the province of either Portuguese or Brazilians, except for bakery and pastry which was the domain of the French and Germans.
Shoes and tinware were mostly controlled by Italians. However, the larger metallurgical plants were in the hands of the English and the Americans. Of the immigrants who arrived there between and , Between and , The main reported ancestries were: Italian The city once attracted numerous immigrants from all over Brazil and even from foreign countries, due to a strong economy and for being the hub of most Brazilian companies.
This migration grew enormously in the s and remained huge in the next decades. The concentration of land, modernization in rural areas, changes in work relationships and cycles of droughts stimulated migration.
Source: Planet Barsa Ltda. Buddhism and Eastern religions also have relevance among the beliefs most practiced by Paulistanos. It is estimated that there are more than one hundred thousand Buddhist followers and Hindu. Also considerable are Judaism , Mormonism and Afro-Brazilian religions. Others 1, had no religion 9. The archive of the archdiocese, called the Metropolitan Archival Dom Duarte Leopoldo e Silva, located in the Ipiranga neighborhood, holds one of the most important documentary heritage in Brazil.
Source: IBGE According to the Global Homicide Survey released by the United Nations , in the period between and the homicide rate dropped from Crime rates , such as homicide , have been steadily declining for 8 years.
Carandiru's 9th DP is considered one of the five best police stations in the world and the best in Latin America. Among the capitals, it was the fourth less violent, registering, in , homicide rates higher than those of Boa Vista , Palmas and Natal.
During two World Wars and the Great Depression , coffee exports from other regions of the state were critically affected.
The primary language is Portuguese. From on, following orders from Marquess of Pombal , Portuguese language was introduced through immigration and consequently taught to children in schools.
The original Tupi Austral language subsequently lost ground to Portuguese , and eventually became extinct. Italian mingled with Portuguese and as an old influence, was assimilated or disappeared into spoken language. The local accent with Italian influences became notorious through the songs of Adoniran Barbosa , a Brazilian samba singer born to Italian parents who used to sing using the local accent. Although today most Japanese-Brazilians speak only Portuguese, some of them are still fluent in Japanese.
Some people of Chinese and Korean descent are still able to speak their ancestral languages. The Legislative Power is represented by the Municipal Chamber, composed of 55 aldermen elected to four-year posts in compliance with the provisions of Article 29 of the Constitution, which governs a minimum number of 42 and a maximum of 55 for municipalities with more than five million inhabitants.
It is up to the house to draft and vote fundamental laws to the administration and to the Executive, especially the municipal budget well-known like Law of Budgetary Guidelines. The actual performance and representativeness of such councils, however, are sometimes questioned. These zones are identified by colors in the street signs. According to PricewaterhouseCoopers average annual economic growth of the city is 4. The city has 1, bank branches and 70 shopping malls.
The city is unique among Brazilian cities for its large number of foreign corporations. Santiago now ranks second, followed by Rio de Janeiro. Because of the lack of department stores and multi-brand boutiques, shopping malls as well as the Jardins district, which is more or less the Brazilian's Rodeo Drive version, attract most of the world's luxurious brands.
Opened in , JK shopping mall has brought to Brazil brands that were not present in the country before such as Goyard, Tory Burch, Llc. Large hotel chains whose target audience is the corporate traveller are in the city. The annual March For Jesus is a large gathering of Christians from Protestant churches throughout Brazil, with Sao Paulo police reporting participation in the range of , in The city has a nightlife that is considered one of the best in the country.
There are cinemas, theaters, museums and cultural centers. The cuisine of the region is a tourist attraction. The city has 62 cuisines across 12, restaurants.
The new job vacancies contributed to attract a significant number of immigrants mainly from Italy  and migrants, especially from the Northeastern states. The rapid population growth has brought many problems for the city. The water loss is However, between 11 and Sixty percent of the sewage collected is treated. The fixed telephony network is still precarious, with coverage of The original nuclei of the city are vertical, characterized by the presence of commercial buildings and services; And the peripheries are generally developed with two to four-story buildings — although such generalization certainly meets with exceptions in the fabric of the metropolis.
Its tallest buildings rarely reach forty stories, and the average residential building is twenty. Such tissue heterogeneity, however, is not as predictable as the generic model can make us imagine.
Some central regions of the city began to concentrate indigents, drug trafficking , street vending and prostitution , which encouraged the creation of new socio-economic centralities.
The characterization of each region of the city also underwent several changes throughout the 20th century. With the relocation of industries to other cities or states, several areas that once housed factory sheds have become commercial or even residential areas. These three periods are characterized by the typical constructive processes of their times. However, in general, the city was formed during the 20th century, growing from village to metropolis through a series of informal processes and irregular urban sprawl.
The effectiveness of these plans has been seen by some planners and historians as questionable. Some of these scholars argue that such plans were produced exclusively for the benefit of the wealthier strata of the population while the working classes would be relegated to the traditional informal processes. The Plan of the Avenues was implemented during the s and sought to build large avenues connecting the city center with the outskirts.
This plan included renewing the commercial city center, leading to real estate speculation and gentrification of several downtown neighborhoods.
The plan also led to the expansion of bus services, which would soon replace the trolley as the preliminary transportation system. Peripheral neighborhoods were usually unregulated and consisted mainly of self-built single-family houses. The main result was zoning laws. It lasted until when the Basic Plan was replaced by the current Master Plan. That zoning, adopted in , designated "Z1" areas residential areas designed for elites and "Z3" a "mixed zone" lacking clear definitions about their characteristics.
Zoning encouraged the growth of suburbs with minimal control and major speculation. After the s peripheral lot regulation increased and infrastructure in the periphery improved, driving land prices up. The poorest and the newcomers were now unable to purchase their lot and build their house, and were forced to look for a housing alternative. Favelas went back into the urban perimeter, occupying the small lots that had not yet been occupied by urbanization — alongside polluted rivers, railways, or between bridges.
By , More than nine-tenths of the population are literate and roughly the same proportion of those age 7 to 14 are enrolled in school. The private health care sector is very large and most of Brazil's best hospitals are located in the city.
The municipal government operates public health facilities across the city's territory, with primary health care units UBS , ambulatory and emergency clinics and 17 hospitals. The Municipal Secretary of Health has 59, employees, including 8, physicians and 12, nurses. Automobiles are the main means to get into the city. In March , more than 7 million vehicles were registered.
The west, south and east parts are completed, and the north part, which will close the beltway, is due to Another airport, the Campo de Marte Airport , serves private jets and light aircraft. The three airports together moved more than In the latest upgrade, twelve boarding bridges were installed to provide more comfort to passengers by eliminating the need to walk in the open to their flights.
The terminal area was expanded from Built in the s, it was designed to handle the increasing demand for flights, in the fastest growing city in the world. Every day nearly The airport's cargo terminal is South America's largest.
In , over The airport handles private flights and air shuttles, including air taxi firms. Opened in , Campo de Marte is the base for the largest helicopter fleet in Brazil and the world's, ahead of New York and Tokyo, with a fleet of more than 3.
The underground and railway lines carry some 7 million people on an average weekday together. It is the largest concentration of people in a single transport system in the world, according to the company. The company ViaQuatro, a private concessionaire , operates the Line 4 of the system.
When fully completed will be the largest and highest capacity monorail system in the Americas and second worldwide, only behind to the Chongqing Monorail. The system carries about 2. Agricultural products were transferred to Luz Station from which they headed to the Atlantic Ocean and overseas. Luz Station was built in Britain and assembled in Brazil. Bus transport government and private is composed of 17, buses including about trolley buses. Routes to 1, cities in five countries Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay are available.
It connects to all regional airports and a ride sharing automobile service to Santos. At least six people were arrested in the protests. The second and third positions are of New York City and Tokyo. With helicopters  in and around 2, flights per day within the central area, the city is, according to The Guardian , turning into a "real life South-American episode of The Jetsons ". Helicopters enable business executives and employees to sharply reduce the time spent commuting.
Some companies own their helicopters, others lease them and still others use helicopter taxi services. His songs drew from the life of urban workers, the unemployed and those who lived on the edge. His first big hit was "Saudosa Maloca" "Shanty of Fond Memories" — , wherein three homeless friends recall with nostalgia their improvised shanty home, which was torn down by the landowner to make room for a building.
Another important musician with a similar style is Paulo Vanzolini. Vanzolini is a PhD in Biology and a part-time professional musician. In the late s, a psychedelic rock band called Os Mutantes became popular.
Their success is related to that of other tropicalia musicians. The group were known as very paulistanos in their behaviour and clothing. Os Mutantes released five albums before lead singer Rita Lee departed in to join another group called Tutti Frutti. Although initially known only in Brazil, Os Mutantes became successful abroad after the s. In , Tecnicolor , an album recorded in the early s in English by the band, was released with artwork designed by Sean Lennon.
In the early s, a band called Ultraje a Rigor Elegant Outrage emerged. They played a simple and irreverent style of rock.
The lyrics depicted the changes in society and culture that Brazilian society was experiencing. A late punk and garage scene became strong in the s, perhaps associated with the gloomy scenario of unemployment during an extended recession. Bands originating from this movement include Ira! Local baritone Paulo Szot has won international acclaim performing for six consecutive seasons at The Metropolitan Opera, La Scala and Opera de Paris, among others; and The Tony Award for best actor in a musical for his performance in a revival of South Pacific.
The city hosts several music halls. The Sambadrome hosts musical presentations as well. Festivals as the Virada Cultural "Cultural Overnight" happen once a year and holds hundreds of attractions spread throughout the city.
They wrote reports to the Portuguese crown about the newly found land, the native peoples and composed poetry and music for the catechism , creating the first written works from the area. They also helped to register the Old Tupi language , lexicon and its grammar. Brazil had gone through the same stages of development as the rest of Latin America, but its political and cultural independence came more gradually. Brazilian elite culture was originally strongly tied to Portugal.
Gradually writers developed a multi-ethnic body of work that was distinctively Brazilian. The presence of large numbers of former slaves added a distinctive African character to the culture.
Subsequent infusions of immigrants of non-Portuguese origin broadened the range of influences. Oswald de Andrade's experimental poetry, avant-garde prose, particularly the novel Serafim Ponte Grande and provocative manifestos exemplify the movement's break with tradition.
The site happened to be a bastion of European culture with opera and classical music presentations from Germany, France, Austria and Italy. They defied the high society that frequented the venue and who insisted on speaking only foreign languages such as French, behaving as if Brazilian culture did not matter. In the second half of the 19th century a cultural, musical and theatrical life emerged. European ethnic groups began holding performances in some of the state's rural cities.
After the military coup of , plays started focusing on Brazilian history Zumbi, Tiradentes. Teatro de Arena and Teatro Oficina supported the democratic resistance during the military dictatorship period, marked by its censorship. The Tropicalist movement began there. The district of Bixiga concentrates the greatest number of theaters , around 40 including the theaters that are closed for refurbishing or for other reasons, and small alternatives companies venues.
The city has museums and art galleries. In , it became a history museum. Reflecting the architectural influence of the Versailles Palace in France, the Ipiranga's collection, with approximately , pieces, comprises works of art, furniture, clothing and appliances that belonged to those who took part in Brazilian history , such as explorers, rulers and freedom fighters. Its headquarters is a s mansion. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer , Memorial has an exhibition pavilion with permanent exhibition of the continent's craftwork production; a library with books, newspapers, magazines, videos, films and records about the history of Latin America; and a 1,seat auditorium.
Hospedaria do Imigrante Immigrant's Hostel was built in and opened in From to , 2. The hostel hosted approximately 3, people on average, but occasionally reached 8, The hostel received the last immigrants in In the hostel became a museum, where it preserves the immigrants' documentation, memory and objects.
Located in one of the few remaining centenarian buildings, the museum occupies part of the former hostel. Two restored wagons inhabit the museum.
One dates from , while a second class passenger car dates from The museum records the names of all immigrants who were hosted there from to Occupying an area of square metres 7, square feet , the animals shown in the museum are samples of the country's tropical fauna and were prepared embalmed more than 50 years ago.
The animals are grouped according to their classification: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals and some invertebrates such as corals , crustaceans and mollusks.
The library specializes in zoology. It has 73, works, of which 8, are books and 2, are newspapers, in addition to theses and maps. MASP has one of world's most important collections of European art.
The most important collections cover Italian and French painting schools. Its headquarters, opened in , were designed by Lina Bo Bardi. MASP organizes temporary exhibitions in special areas. Brazilian and international exhibitions of contemporary arts , photography , design and architecture take turn during the whole year. It also gathers colonial furniture, leather and silver artefacts and European tapestry. Located next to the Luz metro station, the building was projected by architect Ramos de Azevedo in It was constructed to house an Arts Lyceum.
A major exhibition on the bronze statues of French sculptor Auguste Rodin took place in There is also a permanent exhibition on the "Resistance" movement that took place during military dictatorship in the Republican period, including a reconstructed prison cell where political prisoners were kept.
Modern art, Native Brazilian art, and photographies are some of the topics of past thematic exhibitions. Museu da Imagem e do Som Image and Sound Museum preserves music, cinema, photography and graphical arts. MIS has a collection of more than , images. MIS organizes concerts, cinema and video festivals and photography and graphical arts exhibitions. The museum is run by the Department of Artistic Heritage of the Legislative Assembly and has paintings, sculpture, prints, ceramics and photographs, exploring the Brazilian contemporary art.
The museum shows the history of soccer with a special attention to the memories, emotions and cultural values promoted by the sport during the 20th and 21st centuries in Brazil. The visit also includes fun and interactive activities, 16 rooms from the permanent collection, plus a temporary exposition. Paulo and O Estado de S. In addition, Gazeta is located in Paulista Avenue. As in the rest of Brazil, football is the most popular sport.
The Arena Corinthians was built for the event and hosted six matches, including the opening. It was first held in , when the competitors ran about 8, metres 26, feet. The event was removed from the season calendar.
Volleyball, basketball, skateboard and tennis are other major sports. Formula One is also one of the most popular sports in Brazil. The Grand Prix has been held there from the inaugural in until , — and continuously since From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The group of fast foods comprises all types of sandwiches, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, pizza, French fries and others.
There are specific recommendations from the Brazilian Ministry of Health for the group of fruits and the group of milk and dairy products, included as possible markers of a healthy diet.
Sit-down meals were also considered as a food group, once meals are traditionally based on rice and beans in Brazil and this dietary pattern has been associated with low risk of overweight and obesity. The number of individuals, who reported purchasing at least one type of food consumed out of the home for one week, was divided by the total number of individuals so the frequency of out-of-home eating could be calculated.
Estimates of frequencies of out-of-home eating are shown according to sex, age, level of education, per capita monthly household income, number of residents in the household, Brazilian regions, situation of household and its location capital or other city. Age was stratified into the following six age groups: ten to 19 years; 20 to 29 years; 30 to 39 years; 40 to 49 years; 50 to 59 years and 60 years or older. Level of education was divided into four groups: without education, elementary school, high-school, and incomplete and complete undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
Income was calculated as the ratio between all monthly household incomes monetary and non-monetary and the total number of individuals in the household. The median of number of residents per household was equal to four. This number was used to stratify this variable into the following two groups: households with fewer than four residents and households with more than four residents.
The same stratification, considered in the HBS as urban or rural household, was used as the "situation of household" variable. Associations between out-of-home eating and the sex, number of residents per household, situation of household urban or rural and location of household capital or other city variables were tested using chi-square test.
Chi-square test used was that with Rao-Scott second order correction, a version with design effect correction for Pearson chi-square statistics. Associations were calculated using logistic regression for the variables with more than two levels of classification age, level of education and income. Age, level of education and income were included in the model as independent variables and out-of-home eating or not was included as dependent variable.
The quadratic relationship found between out-of-home eating and age was calculated with the inclusion of the linear and quadratic terms of age as independent variables in the logistic regression. The frequencies of consumption of food groups were also estimated, according to Brazilian region, age, sex, income and situation of household. Given the complexity of the sampling design, the survey procedure was used, as it incorporates HBS expansion factors into each household and takes into consideration both levels of sample selection.
The prevalence of out-of-home eating was The Southeast region showed the highest frequency of out-of-home eating, followed by the South and Northeast regions The state with the highest frequency was Rio de Janeiro The highest frequency of out-of-home eating occurred in the toyear age group.
In all regions, males showed a higher frequency of out-of-home eating than females. This frequency increased linearly with the increase in level of education and per capita monthly household income. As regards the size of family, families with fewer than four residents median showed higher percentages of out-of-home eating. The urban area, when compared to the rural area, showed a higher frequency of out-of-home eating, as well as capitals, when compared to other cities Table 1.
Table 2 shows the frequency of consumption of food groups in Brazil and in each region. In the South region, the most frequent item was sit-down meals, while, in the Northeast region, it was sweets.
In contrast, the group with the lowest frequency of out-of-home eating in all regions was fruits. Moreover, the influence of per capita family monthly income was observed for the majority of foods.
Individuals with higher income showed frequencies of out-of-home eating five times greater than those with lower income, while, in the North region, this increase was almost ten times greater data not shown.
The food group with the greatest difference between frequencies, according to income strata, was fast foods. The only groups that did not show linear growth with the increase in income were cookies and fruits. In the group of cookies, individuals with lower income up to two minimum wages showed the highest frequencies of consumption. The group of fruits showed frequencies of consumption practically stable among income strata Table 3.
In terms of sex, men showed higher frequency of consumption of the majority of foods, with their consumption of alcoholic beverages being ten times higher than that of women. In contrast, women showed higher prevalences of consumption of cookies, fruits and sweets Table 4. Participation of fruits in out-of-home eating was higher in the rural area than in the urban area. However, the proportion of individuals who eat out in terms of other food groups was higher in the urban area than in the rural one Table 4.
In the urban area, the group of soft drinks showed the highest frequency of consumption, whereas, in the rural area, sit-down meals showed the highest frequency. However, a great number of these meals occur at school While Different patterns of consumption of food groups characterize the five age groups. Frequency of consumption of soft drinks, fruits, milk and dairy products, fast foods and deep-fried and baked snacks increased until the to year age group, subsequently decreasing.
For alcoholic beverages and sit-down meals, this increase extended until the to year age group. A different distribution was found for cookies and sweets, where there was a reduction in the frequencies of consumption with the increase in age Table 5. The characteristics of individuals who reported eating out corroborate findings from other studies.
It was also possible to identify higher frequencies among individuals living in households located in the urban area, in the capital and including fewer than four residents. These aspects, together with the level of education, are important markers of individuals' socioeconomic level, confirming the importance of income as a determinant of food consumption.