Located just off the eastern coastline of Saudi Arabia in the Persian Gulf, Bahrain is a small archipelago of 33 islands, with the largest island being Bahrain Island. Modern causeways connect the four main islands, and all are connected to Saudi Arabia by the 16-mile-long King Fahd Causeway.

Bahrain declared their independence on August 15, 1971, and joined the United Nations that same year.

However, it wasn't exactly smooth sailing for the country, as a failed coup attempt materialized in 1981 (following the Islamic revolution in Iran), riots were triggered in 1994 by women's participation in a sporting event, and the mid-1990s saw intermittent violence between the government and the cleric-led opposition.
King Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifa became head of state in 1999, releasing all political prisoners and granting women the right to vote.

Demonstrators took to the streets of Manama, Bahrain on February 14, 2011, calling for more political freedom and an end to discrimination.
Almost daily clashes between protesters and security forces are ongoing. As of March 2014 more than 80 civilians and 13 policemen have been killed.
Most of the modern population is concentrated around Manama, the capital city, and much of that population (about 30%) are non-Bahraini immigrants.
This land (especially Bahrain Island) is primarily barren desert, with a limestone surface. Petroleum processing and refining, as well as international banking are the major industries.

What kind of food do they eat in Bahrain ? Falafel: fried chickpeas (garbanzo beans) balls served with vegetables in bread, Machboos: the national dish is rice topped with meat or fish and sometimes also a tomato sauce, Muhammar: rice served with dates and/or sugar, Qoozi (or ghoozi): grilled lamb stuffed with rice, eggs, onions, and spices.

Bahrain Festivals - Muharram - Islamic New Year. One of the most highly anticipated events of the year, a ban on alcohol is strictly enforced as a measure to promote purity, Ashura. ..., Milad Al Nabi. ..., Independence Day. ..., Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr.






For many thousands of years a long list of regional empires and European traders fought for control of the waterlogged land now called Bangladesh (formerly called East Pakistan).

Bangladesh was ruled by Britain throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. In 1947 the country was partitioned along religious lines after the British retreated. Western territory was relinquished to the newly created India, while the eastern side became a province of Pakistan.

It wasn't long before dissatisfaction of Pakistan's ruling emerged, and throughout the 1950s and 1960s Bangladesh pushed for autonomy.

What kind of food do they eat in Bangladesh ? Different traditional flat breads include Luchi, Porota, Bakhorkhani, Nan, Ruti, Rice Flour Flatbread, Chitai Pitha, and many more. Dishes made from chicken, beef, fish or mutton, as well as dal (a spicy lentil soup) and vegetables commonly accompany rice and flat breads.

Bangladesh Festivals - Eid-Ul-Fitr. The biggest Muslim festival, Eid-ul- Fitr is observed throughout the world. ...Eid-ul-Azha. Eid-ul-Azha is the second biggest festival of the Muslims. ...Muharram. The biggest Muslim festival, Eid-ul- Fitr is observed throughout the world. ...Pahela Baishakh. ...Independence Day. ...21st Feb. : ...Chirstmas. ...Durga Puja.


19世纪和20世纪,英国统治了孟加拉国。 在1947年,英国人撤退后,这个国家在宗教界划分。 西方领土被放弃给新成立的印度,东部成为巴基斯坦省。




The legendary land of Bhutan was first settled in the ninth century by wandering migrants from the Tibet region of China.
Called Druk Yul (Land of the Thunder Dragon) by its people, the strikingly beautiful Kingdom of Bhutan lies in the eastern Himalayas, sandwiched between China and India.

Today Bhutan's major trading partner is India, however many of its people still live in poverty, with widespread illiteracy a major social problem.
Despite these shortcomings, based Bhutan is rated as one of the happiest countries in Asia.

The small, landlocked country is completely bordered by mountains, making it difficult to navigate as there are few roads and no domestic (in-country) airlines or trains. Bhutan welcomes international travelers via (very pricey) Druk-Air, and the only ground entries into the country are through the towns of Phuntsholing and Samdrup Johghar.

The capital city of Thimphu sits at an altitude of 7,000 feet, on the banks of the Wong Chu river, and remains the site of royal government offices, and serves as a powerful magnet for adventure travelers from around the world.

Bhutan Food - Food for Tourists. Bhutanese cuisine is influenced by Chinese, Tibetan and Indian culture. The main dish, which generally includes white or red rice, seasonal vegetables, and meat (pork and chicken), are often cooked with chili or cheese. If you like Chinese food, you should be rather comfortable with Bhutanese food.

Bhutan Festivals - Tshechu, meaning “day 10” are yearly religious Bhutanese festivals held in each district of Bhutan. ...Thimphu Tshechu. ...Paro Tshechu. ...Jambay Lhakhang Drup. ...Punakha Drubchen. ...Haa Summer Festival.

被称为“雷霆之龙”(Druk Yul)(雷霆之王),不朽的美丽王国位于喜马拉雅山东部,夹在中印之间。


小的内陆国家与山脉完全接壤,导致国内(国内)航空公司或火车路数很少。不丹通过(非常昂贵的)Druk-Air欢迎国际旅客,唯一进入该国的地方是通过Phuntsholing和Samdrup Johghar的城镇。



Numerous rounds of peace talks, overseen by leaders in Tanzania, South Africa and Uganda, began to establish power-sharing agreements in an attempt to satisfy the majority.

The future of Burundi is somewhat bleak, as less than half of all children attend school, and basic foods and medicines are in short supply. As a result of the latter, HIV/AIDS is almost out of control.

With a high population density and very limited natural resources, most of the population remains economically suppressed, and resign themselves to subsistence agricultural farming.

Brundi Food - ue to these characteristics, the Burundi cuisine is very representative of the African culinary culture, as it includes beans, which are the staple of Burundi cooking, exotic fruits (mainly bananas) plantains,sweet potatoescassava, peas, maize and cereals, like corn and wheat.

Burundi Holidays and Festivals. Throughout the year, Burundians celebrate different cultural traditions and remember various historical events likeIndependence DayUnity DayAnniversary of Rwagasore's Assassination, as well as theAssassination of the late President Ndadaye.


布隆迪的未来有些暗淡,少于一半的孩子上学,基本食品和药品供不应求。 由于后者,艾滋病毒/艾滋病几乎失去控制。