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COLLABORATIVE PROJECT(topic8) Dutch culture１ Annemiekevan Engekenhoven The first important person for the culture of the Netherlands is Aletta Jacobs. She was the first Dutch women who went to college. She studied to become a doctor. She also the most important feminist. First only man could vote for the new government. Aletta Jacobs fought for the same rights for man and women. She wanted that women could vote to. In 1917 she had achieved her goal. Since 1917 women can vote. Now men a women can vote if you are 18 years or older. Dutch culture 2 Sinterklaasand black Piet Every year at the 5th of December we celebrate Sinterklaas. He is the Santa of the Netherlands. This feast is a part of our culture. Sinterklassgives the children presents if they have been good. Black Piet helps Sinterklaasto bring the presents to the homes. Every kid in the Netherlands has grown op with this feast. Sinterklaasand black Piet even visit the schools. It is a feast where families come together to have a great time and open the presents form Sinterklaas. This is a song about Sinterklaasand black Piet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGvdAqOOjWU Japanese culture 1 Kodani Honoka First,Japanese comic books, called “ manga”, are an important part of Japanese culture. Manga isnotonlyfor kids but alsoforallages.Therearemanytypes of manga ,for example, ONE PIECE, Doraemonn,andso on. Second,longtime ago Japanese people wear kimono. Kimono is very beautiful clothes, but now we don’ wear it usually. We wear it when we hold wedding. In Kyoto, there arewomen, called, “maikosan”. They usually wear kimono. Japanese culture 2 Sakamoto Mao First, in Japan we take off our shoes in the house. This is our habit and culture. If we don’t take off our shoes, our parents get angry. Second, we use chopsticks when we have breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is Japanese culture but long time ago, introduced from China. So using chopsticks is general not only Japanese food but also western food. We are taught that how to use chopsticks when we are child. Differences andsimilarities Differences Day of Christmas isdifference between the Japan to the Netherlands. Thehabitisdifference, forexample,takeoff shoes in the house, use chopsticks, and so on. Similarities CelebrateChristmaswithparents, friends and lovers. The comic booksareread aroundtheworld.