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Spanish Country - Ethan Chen CM 350 Sep. 20, 2011 Colombia...

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Ethan Chen CM 350 Sep. 20, 2011 Colombia Culture Imagine that you are walking through a little alley. All of the sudden, you bump into countless people all dressed up with colorful pigment painted on their faces. These enthusiastic people surround you dancing, singing and laughing alone the outburst of the passionate rhythm. Meanwhile, the smell of hot chocolate mixing with the fragrance of cheeses and bread fills up the whole atmosphere. As you struggle and finally make your way out of the crowd to the main street, you are fascinated by the scene of a giant rainbow flowing in the sky as inhabitants and tourists cheering and spreading confetti upward in the air. The Parade is now launching and a great masquerade is also taking place. You might think you are lost in a dream world; nevertheless, this exciting wonderland is actually called Colombia, also known as the EI Dorado —the Lost City of Gold. The Republic of Colombia, a country locates at the top of South America, is the only unique reign in the world with its border stretches across the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course CM 305 taught by Professor Harmon during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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