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Trent L.

Location:

New York, NY

Member since:

September 20, 2007

Do you play capoeira, dance samba/pagode/forró/baile funk/etc, or otherwise do Brazil-related activities on a regular basis?

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Have you ever been to Brazil? Where and when?

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What do you want to see the group doing next?

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What Trent L. is saying about this Meetup Group

I have found that social networking is New York City is the best experiences in the world. NYC is really a melting pot where all cultures can share and live. There is no better place to have a home for a Brazilian group. The city never sleeps, the party never ends. You have instant access to food, fashion, and fun. I produce a program named Sights of Brazil (SOB) Television and I can say that joining Meetup groups has helped me pick up language skills and learn more about culture faster than in schools. In summary, I think new comers should take full advantage of this opportunity and join the group, it's worth it!


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