Modern Brazil is a collection of pictures, writing and short films exploring modern-day Brazil in all its beauty, liveliness and ambition.

The work goes beyond Carnival, beaches and football to look a little closer at how Brazilians really live, and how Brazil is developing into one of the most powerful countries in the world.

The Youtube page is available here, featuring videos of trucks chasing motorbikes through heavy Brazilian traffic, top tips on staying safe in the 2014 World Cup , eating raw sugar-cane, a cool spider eating a dragonfly and a behind-the-scenes tour of a $270-an-hour love motel in Belo Horizonte, featuring naughty-toy room service, private nightclubs and personal swimming pools.

Follow me on Twitter if you want: @Jngla. Or don’t, whichever you prefer.

If you’re looking for advice on visiting Brazilian nightclubs click here.

If you want to read about and see photos of the greatest outdoor art gallery in the world at Inhotim, click here.

The Dr. Seuss-style Paxiuba tree, which looks as if it's dancing on its roots.
The Dr. Seuss-style Paxiuba tree, which looks as if it’s dancing on its roots.

If you want to read about 17-year-old Brazilian favela kids making a million dollars a year on Youtube, click here.

And if you want to know why Brazil is the most dangerous place in the world for environmental activists, click here.

Also, you can add us on Friendster and Bebo here. Just kidding.


4 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hey!
    I loved reading your articles on here.. it’s great to hear about Brazil in someone else’s perspective! How long have you been living here?
    Hope you’re enjoying it!
    Have a great day 🙂

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News articles, videos and images looking at life and living in modern Brazil.

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