You often hear "
Do you all interpret these sorts of statements as having any meaning? If so, aside from personal preference (which is absolutely fine!), can make the history and culture of
For example, I enjoy European history, particularly western and central Europen history, and not just because of the historical world-shaping influence Europe had on the modern world. I also find Japanese history interesting. I'm not as intrigued by South American history (though I do happen to speak Spanish). But I don't think I could make a case to others that they would absolutely find Japanese history more interesting than studying Mexican history. I just happen to prefer it, like I prefer the color blue to orange.
So, back to the question, are blanket statements identifying a country's history/culture as vibrant and interesting meaningless? AND IF NOT, what are the qualifications that distinguish
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