A Cultural Feast Across Borders: A Unique Experience of Cultural Communication between China & Brazil

Recently, our company was invited to participate in a cultural communication about China and Brazil, which was an unforgettable and memorable experience.

1、Cultural Exchange

During the communication, we deeply felt the profound heritage and unique charm of Brazilian culture. Guest speakers this time: Adalberto De Oueiroz, a writer from Brazil, and his wife Helenir Queiroz,The organisers of the event are a couple who have been working in the Brazilian IT market for many years, and now they have travelled to dozens of countries around the world, and in China, they have visited dozens of big and small cities. They said that China is the mother of Asia, and many Asian cultures can be said to originate from China. As a member of the Chinese culture communicator, Oreton kept on sharing the differences between China and Brazil in terms of history, art, philosophy, cuisine and so on during the communication. In this communication , we not only enjoyed the charm of the two countries’ cultures, but also gained a deeper understanding of the related technologies in the IT field.

2、Technology Exchange

Although cultural exchange was the core of the event, technologies such as SSDs and DDR were also popular topics of discussion. At the same time, we also said that Brazil is our main market. In the past year, 2.5″ SATA III SSD, DDR3 8GB, and DDR4 8/16GB have been popular products in Brazil, and these advanced technologies have brought about rapid technological advancement in Brazil, and have opened up more possibilities for co-operation between the two countries.

3、Shared Expectations

This process of cultural transmission is mutual. Through communicate with Brazilians, we also gained a deeper understanding of Brazilian culture. We shared each other’s stories, experiences and insights. This cross-cultural communication not only enhanced mutual understanding, but also laid a solid foundation for the friendship between the two countries. Looking back on this communication programme, we are deeply impressed by the importance of cultural communication. It not only promotes international understanding and co-operation, but also brings people a broader vision and richer life experience. We look forward to more such communication opportunities in the future so that people from different countries and cultures can be more closely connected.