Brazil is located in the southeastern part of South America. It covers 35 degrees to 74 degrees west longitude, 5 degrees north latitude to 35 degrees south latitude. East to south the Atlantic, north, West and South are bordered by any country in South America (except Chile). North France, Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela and Columbia, west boundary Peru, Bolivia, South Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. The coastline is about 7400 kilometers. The breadth of the territorial sea is 12 nautical miles, with 188 nautical miles of exclusive economic zone overseas.
Brazil's culture is multi-ethnic, and Brazil is a melting pot of immigrants from Europe, Africa and Asia. They are very different in music and dance. No matter in terms of artistic form or popular features, Brazil music has attracted worldwide attention. The nineteenth Century composer Gomez (KarlosGomes), an international prestigious composer, was a Brazilian, with a Italy style, including an opera written according to the "guamani" of Allen Carle. In twentieth Century, Villalobos (HeitorVilla-lobos) also gained international fame. His works were mainly based on local themes and instruments. The revived interest in the folk art of Brazil, which took place at the same time as the modernist movement in 1920s, was advocated by the poet Mario Andrade in music. The most important art museum in Brazil is the St Paul Museum of art.
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Brazil is the largest country in South America with an area of 8 million 514 thousand and 900 square kilometers. It is about 46% of the total area of the South America. It is ranked fifth in the world, second only to Russia, Canada, China and the United States.
Brazil is the largest country in South America, and it is also the central market of South American countries. Its area, population and economic total rank the top in South America. It has strong radiation ability and industrial leadership to the surrounding countries and regions. Brazil lighting industry manufacturers have an average of 20 years of history, 58% in St Paul, in the whole lighting industry, of which 23% produce civilian lighting products, 18% produce commercial lighting products, and 13% produce industrial lighting products.
In order to promote the healthy and sustainable development of the LED lighting industry in Brazil and China, promote the healthy and sustainable development of the lighting industry, promote the healthy and sustainable development of the lighting industry and promote the economic growth, the China Lighting Association (CALI), the Brazil Lighting Association (ABILUX), the Brazil lighting product importer Association (ABILUMI) to co host the "2018 Brazil China LED lighting International Forum and Exhibition" during the Brazil Lighting Exhibition (EXPOLUX 2018) in 2018. The activities also received the energy efficiency Committee of the Brazil Ministry of energy and minerals (MME), the national quality and Technology Inspection Bureau of Brazil (INMETRO), the St Paul state investment promotion agency, The economic development of the city hall of camp, the Economic Development Bureau of the city hall of camp, the representative office of the China Trade Promotion Association in Brazil, the association of Chinese enterprises in Brazil, the Electrical Engineering Institute of the University of the University of camp in Brazil and the Electrical Engineering Institute of the University of Brazil in the University of Brazil.