What things in your home country are the local people most proud of?
Haha, mostly food: fries and chocolates. We're basically a gluttonous people.
Their intellect, academic superiority and heritage. I grew up with people who believed they were superior to everyone else but I don't agree with them anymore after having traveled the world and discovering that their country is not the centre of the universe. In fact I find it to be disgusting that they taught me these things.
Respect Of Family Norms & Value , Don't try to be different. Just be good. To be good is different enough
people of pakistan are proud of their culture and desi food.
Being from Guam, I would have to agree with some of the responses about being proud about their culture, heritage, and food.
i think they love their gold cause i always see even in the poorest parts of the country, people are rocking gold chains and rings or at least a gold cap! Lol
German's are ridiculously proud of their soccer team, beer, and traditions. I'm a pretty typical German in those respects.
We are proud of being hospitable and hardworking people. We also have a lot of interesting tourist spots that other citizens love to visit.. PHILIPPINES
This question made me very sad. My country used to be free. You were free to express your ideas and be treated civilly. Now if you don't agree with people they shout and call you names. They tell you to be tolerant, but won't listen to what you have to say. I used to be proud of the religious freedom my country had, but there isn't any freedom anymore. You can go to church, but your ideas aren't valid outside of the church, Christians and Jews are non people now in this country. I went to an anniversary event September 11. There were people there who were civil to people that didn't hold their point of view. They were kind to the people they met regardless of what they looked like. Those are the kind of people who make me proud of my county.
I am in the US, so I don't feel that I can speak for the whole country -- I've never even been to most of it, and am in a very back-water place -- so I will speak for my state. I am in Wyoming in the US, and here they are most proud of rugged individuals, the freedom to bear arms (it occurs to us that most enslaved countries have had an unarmed populace), and good old-fashioned morals and ideals. My husband came here from Alaska, and his theory is that most Wyomingites never go anywhere, so the mindset hasn't changed for a few hundred years .
In US we are proud of our beaches. Many people love to swim during summer time.
For both Malaysia and Singapore, probably racial harmony and food We are foodies at heart!
I am a japanese. We love cherry blossoms. Soon They will bloom. They are realy beatiful.
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