Which country`s culture do you love the most?

A different culture from a different place - Courtesy: National Geographic
India
July 8, 2009 11:23am CST
Have you been out to a foreign country or watched some documentries about them. Is there a country whose culture you really love?
4 responses
@FFFrocks (306)
• Canada
8 Jul 09
I love my country and it's culture (Canada) but I am so facinated by the cultures of so many other countries that have a history. In the grand scheme of things Canada is still a baby as far as countries go, we haven't been around too long. I love to learn about history and cultures of other countries and peoples that eventually combined and keep combining to make Canada what it is.
• India
8 Jul 09
Hi, friend. That`s natural. Most people love their country`s culture.That`s good to have patriotism. But, If you are asked to give a secondary choice i.e. excluding your own country, Do you choose one?
• India
8 Jul 09
Hi, friend. That`s natural. Most people love their country`s culture. That`s good to possess patriotism. But, If you are asked to give a secondary choice i.e. excluding your own country, would you choose one?
@FFFrocks (306)
• Canada
8 Jul 09
Ancient Greece has always facinated me...
@benny128 (3621)
8 Jul 09
from a personal point of view the culture i like the most is my own (english) as that is the culture I was born with and am very proud to be english etc etc. I like to learn about other cultures but purely to understand different ways of life and out of curiousity more than anything else. The world is such a diverse place and we all should immerse ourselves in other cultures but we should never loose track of our own culture.
• India
8 Jul 09
Hi, friend. I love your thoght of immersing in different cultures. That is right because every culture has its ways to teach. But, Is there a secondary choice if you exclude your own country?
@benny128 (3621)
8 Jul 09
to be honest no I was born english (christian) etc etc and that is the culture I love and will always love. Other cultures are fantastic to learn about but each has their good points and some bad points its a case of immersing yourself and mixing with other cultures but never forget your own.
• India
8 Jul 09
Ah, That`s good.So, you are a hard patriotic. You allow thoughts to flow in from all streams, drink from all of them but never take a bath in any one. Thanks for your response. Happy Mylotting!!
@sikhandi (11)
• United States
8 Jul 09
Oh!China, even though I've never been there it is so colorful so enchanting. Whenever I see documentaries on it, I transport myself in time and space.
• India
8 Jul 09
Hi, friend. That`s right. It is never necessary to be in a country to love its culture. Well, I don`t know much about chinese culture but whatever i have learnt from people and from the television, that interests me. Also, I hope to learn more about the grand culture. Thanks for your response. Happy Mylotting!!
@XiaoLin (289)
• Italy
8 Jul 09
I am als fond of China. I started studying Chinese culture and language at the university because I love studying freign languages and I had met a Chinese girl a ew years earlier. At that time I didn'tknow anything about China at all, I was only fascinated about its writing and I was attracted by China itself, I couldn't know why. Studying such an "exotic" language, here in Italy, bounds you to answer a lot of questions about the reason why youhave chosen it. I couldn't find any reasonable answer. I must say that China has chosen me, instead. And I'm glad it had. I went there for the first time seven years ago, after having studied Chinese for one year and half. At first I couldn't understand anything, and it took me more than one week to swich from English to Chinese. But in even a shortest time I had decided I love that country, with its contradictions and all. It wasn't the same for some of my friends. Actually, you can love it or hate it, it's difficult to be indifferent.
@thea09 (18321)
• Greece
8 Jul 09
Hi there THEcreationist, I live in Greece which is a country foreign to my own which is England. I love to look at other countries cultures but came back to Greece time after time as loved many things about it including the culture. The Greeks have a real sense of pride in their country and every school child learns the full history of their country and grow up with a sense of pride. The children are brought up in families which look after each generation and older people are treated with respect. The Greeks have old fashioned values and traditions, are very welcoming to foreigners, very friendly, adopt you into their families. They are passionate about politics and in this area bear a grudge for decades. They are proud of their fascinating history and the beauty of their country. There are negatives of course but the positives outweigh them and the people are what make this country so easy to live in.
• India
9 Jul 09
Hi, thea09. I have also learnt that Greece is a country of ancient culture and self pride. Their pure patriotism is remarkable. But, i didn`t know much about them. Thanks for the useful knowledge you have given to me. Thanks for your response. Happy Mylotting!!