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  1. "Here, Our Culture Is Hard": Stories ofDomestic Violence from a Mayan Community in Belize (Louann Atkins Temple Women & Culture Series) by Laura McClusky, 2001-08-15
  2. Belize (Cultures of the World) by Leslie Jermyn, Yong Jui Lin, 2011-03
  3. Executive Report on Strategies in Belize, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Belize Research Group, The Belize Research Group, 2000-11-02
  4. Maya Atlas: The Struggle to Preserve Maya Land in Southern Belize
  5. Belize in Focus: A Guide to the People, Politics and Culture (In Focus Guides) by Ian Peedle, 1999-08
  6. Belizean Culture: Belizean Creole, Culture of Belize, Palo de Mayo, Public Holidays in Belize, September Celebrations of Belize
  7. BELIZE: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by JOSEPH O. PALACIO, 2001
  8. Garifuna history, language & culture of Belize, Central America & the Caribbean by Sebastian Cayetano, 1993
  9. East Indian folk culture in Belize: A guide for the study of Belizean ethnic groups in upper primary and lower secondary by Elizabeth Joan Cardenas, 1991
  10. Problems in the maintenance of the Garifuna (Black Carib) culture in Belize by Joseph O Palacio, 1975
  11. Grapefruit culture in the British West Indies and British Honduras, ([Gt. Brit. Empire Marketing Board. Publication) by Harold Clark Powell, 1928
  12. Peopling Belize Chapters in Migration by St. John Robinson, 2006
  13. Archaeological Investigations in the Eastern Maya Lowlands: Papers of the 2003 Belize Archaeology Symposium (Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology)
  14. In Focus Belize a Guide to the People, Politics and Culture by Uknown, 1999

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"If the world had any ends, British Honduras would certainly be one of them," Aldous Huxley said. "It's not on the way from anywhere to anywhere." In 1981 this tiny country on the Caribbean, just south of the Yucatan Peninsula, gained independence as Belize. Unlike other Latin American nations, English is the official language.
The dense rainforests, subtropical pine-covered mountains, grassy savannah, and mangrove swamps are home to a great diversity of both temperate and tropical fauna. Belize also has the world's second largest barrier reef.

2. Belize: Culture - K12 Academics
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Home Study Abroad Belize National holidays include Baron Bliss Day on 9 March; Labor Day on 1 May; Commonwealth Day on the fourth Monday in May; The Battle of St. George's Caye on 10 September; Independence Day on 21 September, Pan American Day on 13 October; Garifuna Settlement Day on 19 November; and Christmas on 25 December. Country Information: Belize Belize Information : Inside
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3. Culture In Belize
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Culture of Belize
Due to the outstanding natural beauty of Belize, it is unsurprising that many people are largely unaware of the cultural and the historical significance which this Central American country has to offer. Archaeological evidence suggests that the Mayan Civilisation first set foot in this country, as far back as 1500 BC; their remains in terms of physical artefacts as well as their cultural heritage are still very evident in Belize today. The modern culture of Belize has largely been driven by Mayan influence, including language, ethnicity and even pace of life. Today, the country of Belize is a democracy and has been fully independent from Britain, since 1981. Despite this, Queen Elizabeth II remains the head of state, but the country, does now have its own prime minister. The national language is English and the laws are largely based on English law, making this a popular destination for English travellers, due to there not being a language barrier to overcome. Although English is the official language, the Creoles, one of the largest ethnic groups, also have their own dialect. In some parts of the north of the country and to the west, Spanish is readily spoken, primarily due to the influences from Mexico. Other popular languages include Chinese, Lebanese, Hindi, Garifuna, Mennonite German and even Arabic.

4. Belize Culture: The Mestizos - International Business - A Wikia Wiki
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Jump to: navigation search The Mestizo Culture “Mestizo” is a word that refers to people being from a mix descent of Spanish and Yucatan Mayan. They settled mainly in Northern Belize after the Guerra de las Castas in the Yucatan in 1848 (Naturalight Productions Ltd., 2007). Mestizo communities can be found in many different locations throughout Belize, such as; the districts of Corozal, Orange Walk, Cayo, and also the northern islands of Caye Caulker and San Pedro Ambergris Caye. The Mestizo culture represents nearly half the total population of Belize. At approximately 48 percent the Mestizos are the largest ethnic group in country. The Mestizos are also very much involved in the economy of Belize. Many of the people farm corn, as well as beans and pepper. In the Mestizo farm fields you will also find one of Belize’s largest exports being grown as well, refined sugar, which is grown in sugar-cane fields. References: - Naturalight Productions Ltd., (2007). Culture: Mestizo. Retrieved October 30, 2007, from Northern Belize Web site:

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In contrast to this open opposition to the radical restructuring of Social Security is the subdued, behind-the-scenes support being provided by lobbyists for the banking and securities industries, which will stand to benefit enormously from what could be described as a $2 trillion jobs program for their member firms. Fearing public backlash if they appear too eager for the overhaul to get underway, bankers and stockbrokers must craft an outward appearance of disinterest while at the same time making it clear to key lawmakers that they are highly interested in passage of the necessary legislation.

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