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All people that live in the country, being born or not in Australia.
People wear clothes with Australia flag, having a lot of free and different events all over the country and in the final of the day they sing the country anthem and see the fireworks
The Australia Day is important to the community, because shows the citizens the cultural wealth of the country, showing the diversity of the society, the beauty of the landscapes and the history of the country.
People practice it annually, on 26 of January.
The objective of doing it nowadays, is to celebrate not just the first british fleet that arrived in Australia, but to show cultural wealth to the citizens.
Yes, the country always add new things, like the new outdoor art installation made to remember the aborigines that helped with the event.
This custom was created to celebrate the first british fleet that arrived in Australia
Yes, it suffered influence of the british culture (culture of the country that colonized Australia).
This custom is the national day of Australia.
The Australia Day was officialized in 1994. However, this custom is practice since 1788.
Kapa Haka(News Island)
In Kapa Haka Mixed groups dressed in neo-tradicional Mãori dress.
They sing some traditional songs at the same time that they dance samba tradicional dancing.
It is important because show the story and heritage of this natives and than the younger natives will see and increase their cultural knowledge
People do it in events when they want to express they cultural habits.
They dance Kapa Haka to express they culture and show their heritage.
Yes it changed trought time, as we can see in the dressing of this people.
Past activities of the Maiori influenced the creation of Kapa Haka.
Not suffered influence from other cultures,it just have sufferd influence of they own habits.
Kapa Haka is the term for Mãiori performing arts, that includes dances and musics
Kapa Haka dates back to pre-European times where it developed from all traditional forms of Māori pastimes.
The Boerewors is made from coarsely minced beef and spices(being combined sometimes with minced pork, lamb, or both). Most of the time it is prepared on the grill.
People do this plate in daily life, but is more often to do this plate at braais.
Most part of the citizens of South Africa that eats meat and like braais, eat boerewors.
The importance of doing it, is to show the cultural influence that the South African culture have suffered.
No, it not changed through time, keeping the same recipe.
The objective of doing this custom, is to feed yourself and make the braais(social events with the presence of different meats) more complete.
Yes, it suffered influence of the dutch culture, more specific the old duth sausage named verse worst.
The Boerewors is thought to be based on the verse worst, an older Duth sausage. However, it haves different ingredients.
It not has a specific year for the creation of the Boerewors.However, it has been created before the twentieth century when there were no fridge.
This custom is a South African traditional fresh sausage.