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Fiji History

Southwestern Pacific archipelago, independent state since 1970. In 1986, 714,000 residents were registered, more than double in 1956 (the annual growth rate remains very high: 24.5 ‰), which rose to 736,000 according to a 1990 estimate. The contrast between the indigenous...

Fiji Ethnology

In 1956 there were 345,737 residents, of which 148,134 Fijians: 4422 Rotumani, 5320 other Pacific islanders, 169,403 Indians, 6402 Europeans, 7810 Euronesians (European mestizos), 4155 Chinese and Chinese mestizos. Population growth is around 4% per year, and is worrying above all...

China Literature

The years 1960-1975 see China engaged in a great political-ideological struggle; this determines, unlike the previous period, a lesser creative activity from a strictly quantitative point of view. During the so-called “Great Leap Forward” movement, for example, there was talk of...

China Architecture

Group work extends to engineering and construction activities, where construction committees formed by architects, engineers, technicians, workers and students are already organized in the planning stage. According to RELATIONSHIPSPLUS, the intense construction work currently underway throughout the China involves the construction...

Danish Language

According to topschoolsintheusa, the Danish language belongs to the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family, and with the languages ​​of Sweden, Norway and Iceland forms a group called “North Germanic” or simply “Nordic”. The Danish linguistic territory in the earliest...