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Brazil crises threaten Olympics   

CNN's Paula Newton explores the overwhelming political and economic drama wreaking havoc in Brazil as it prepares to host the Olympics this summer.


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[Homework]2016-04-13&04-15 巴西陷双重危机 能否为世界带来盛大奥运会?

Take a stroll on the beach and at first it seems nothing has changed, Brazil's cliches endure, its gorgeous beaches, its fun loving attitude, its image as the country of the future.
But you take a closer look and you wonder what happened, well, it's a political and economic drama so devastating, it's shattering many of those cliches.
First up the economy slashed by Brazil's worst recession in a generation, and that could turn it into an all low depression by year's end, unemployment is close to 10%, thousands of businesses have closed. Nasiza W has been running this Rio restaurant and bar for more than a half century, he tells me of course we are living through a crisis, and the scope of it is the worst I've ever seen. Could things get worse? They just did with a crushing political drama, Brazilians are outraged by a scandal so sordid, it already implicates more than half the country's national politicians and a kickback scheme allegedly orchestrated by the state-run national energy conglomerate Petrobas, and that's not all, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff is cornered by a budget scandal that could see her impeached within weeks , her predecessor Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva once revered as a saviour of modern Brazil also under investigation for kickbacks.
Brazilians are devouring news from watergate style wire taps in every corner and crevice of their everyday lives.
Thieves, it's sad but it's... they are thieves.
How can you guys cope? how will you cope?
Embarrassing.
Embarrassing the whole thing.
And to crack confidence still further, Brazil is coping with zika, a mysterious virus stalking the country, one that may cause a devastating neurological disorder in hundreds of newborns, and Brazil's already challenging f*, there is fear.
We are worried about the situation, she tells me, and we are trying to cope with it.
So we have a country shattered by economic despair, demoralized by a political crisis, and plagued by zika, and through all these, in just a few short months Brazil welcomes the world for the Olympics.
So we went to the museum of tomorrow, Olympic legacy project incidentally its construction also implicated in the kickback scheme to find out how Brazilians plan to deal with it all.
You're going to put it on pause?
Yes, pause and no Olympic games, we all...
Start to circus.
Yes, now it's a mess.
A mess and a reminder that even with the Olympics coming, Brazilians are struggling to hold on to those classic cliches that once made them so proud.
Paula Newton, CNN, Rio.




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take a stroll on the beach and first it seems nothing has changed, Brazil's cliches
endure, its gorgeous beachs, its fun loving attitude, its image as the country of the
feature.

but you take a closer look and you wonder what happened, well, it's a political and
economic drama so devastating, it's shattering many of those cliches, first up the
economy slashed by BRazil's worst recession in a generation, and that could turn it
into all low depression by year's end, unemployment is close to 10%, thousands of
business have closed, Seza Hosha has been running this Rio restaurant bar for more
than a half century, he tells me of course we are living through a crisis, and the
scope of it is the worst I've ever seen, could thing get worse? they just did with
a crushing political drama, Brazilians are outraged by scandal so sordid, it already
implicates more than half of the country's national politicians and kickback scheme
allegedly orchestrated by the state-run national energy conglomerate PetroBas,
and that's not all, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff is cornered by a budget scandal
that could see her impeached within weeks, he predecessor Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva
once revealed as a saviour of modern Brazil also under investigation for kickbacks.

Brazilians are devouring news from watergate style wirestaps in every corner in crevice
of their everyday life.

"thieves, it's sad but it's ... they are thieves, how can your guy cope? how will you
cope?, embarrassing, embarrassing? the whole thing? embarrasing"

and to crack the confidence still further, Brazil is coping with ziga, a mysterious
virus stalking the country, one that may cause a devastating neurological disorder
in hundreds of newborns, Brazil's already challenging for virus, there is a fear,

we are worried about this situation, she tells me, and we are trying to cope with it,

so we have a country shattered by economic despair, demoralized by a political crisis,
and plagued by ziga, and through all these, and in just a few short months Brizil
welcomes the world for the olypics.

so we went to the museum of tomorrow, Olympic legacy project incidently is construction
also implicated in kickback scheme, to find how Brazilians plan to deal with it all.

you're goging to put on on pause?

"yes, pause and no olympic games, ..ok, we all.."

start to circus the second..

"yes, now it's a mess"

a mess, and a reminder that even with the olympic game coming, Brazilians is struggling
to hold on those classical cliches that once make them so proud
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Take a stroll on the beach and at first it seems nothing’s changed. Brazil’s clichés endure -- its gorgeous beaches, its fun-loving attitude, its image as the “country of the future”.

“But you take a closer look and you wonder: what happened? Well, it’s a political and economical drama so devastating. It’s shattering many of those clichés.”

First up, the economies slashed by Brazil’s worst recession in a generation, and that could turn into an all-level depression by year’s end. Unemployment is close to 10%. Thousands of businesses have closed. Nacizu Rocha has been running this Rio restaurant and bar for more than a half century. He tells me: “Of course we are living through a crisis and the scope of it is the worst I’ve ever seen.”

Could things get worse? They just did with a crushing political drama. Brazilians are outraged by a scandal so sordid. It already implicates more than half of the country’s national politicians in a kickback scheme allegedly orchestrated by the state run national energy conglomerate Petrobas. And that’s not all. Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff is cornered by a budget scandal that could see her impeached within weeks. Her predecessor Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva once revered as a savior of modern Brazil also under investigation for kickbacks.

Brazilians are devouring news from Watergate style wire taps in every corner and crevice of their everyday lives.

“Thieves. That’s sad, but they are thieves.”

“How can you guys cope? How will you cope?”

“Embarrassing.”

“Embarrassing, the whole thing?”

“Embarrassing.”

And to crack confidence still further, Brazil is coping with Zika, a mysterious virus stalking the country when that may cause a devastating neurological disorder in hundreds of newborns. Brazil’s already challenging fervolas(?), there’s fear.

“We are worried about the situation,” she tells me, “and we are trying to cope with it.”

“So we have a country shattered by economic despair, demoralized by a political crisis and played by Zika. And though all this, in just a few short months Brazil welcomes the world for the Olympics.”

So we went to the Museum of Tomorrow, an Olympic legacy project -- incidentally its construction also implicated in the kickback scheme, to find out how Brazilians plan to deal with it all.

“You are gonna put it on pause?”

“Yes, like… pause and no Olympic Games. And ok, we all…"

“Start the circus again.”

"Yes. Now it's a mess.”

A mess and a reminder that even with the Olympics coming, Brazilians are struggling to hold on those classic clichés that once made them so proud.
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