Dia do Caixeiro Viajante
(Salesman). The profession of salesman is very old: already in the Babylonian Era, the famous Codex of Hammurabi tells about strict rules for financiers and salesmen. In Brazil, the sales code came into effect on July 25, 1850: O Código Comercial no Brasil. At presents, representatives of cosmetic products may be considered to this profession, too. Many Brazilian women sell at home or visit clients, assortments from companies as Avon, Natura, Amway, or Herbalife.
CODEX OF HAMMURABI
|Código de Hammurabi – ONA Educare
||Turning Points in History – Hammurabi’s Code of Laws
Dia do Profissional de Educação Física
(Physical Education Professional). Initially, this day was held on June 15. However, with the introduction of the law for physical education professionals, on September 1, 1998. a dilemma was created. Not only schools have such professionals, also many sports schools – increasing in popularity – welcome these professionals, who may advise and attend sportsmen.
|1º de setembro 2011
||Comercial Pelé – 1º de Setembro Dia do Profissional de Educação Física
|Motivacional Professor de Educação Física
||1º de Setembro, Dia do Profissional de Educação Física
||1º de Setembro – Dia do Profissional de Educação Física
First TV broadcast of the Globo news program “Jornal Nacional”.
This news program quickly grew to the most popular news program in Brazil. Many Brazilians adapt their evening program, in order to watch Jornal Nacional, that has its prime time at about eight pm.
The first broadcast was opened with Hilton Gomes: “O Jornal Nacional, da Rede Globo, um serviço de notícias integrando o Brasil novo, inaugura-se neste momento: imagem e som de todo o país“, and ended by Cid Moreira: “É o Brasil ao vivo aí na sua casa. Boa noite“.
1969: Start of Jornal Nacional, with Hilton Gomes, and Cid Moreira.
1972: Duo presentation, with Sérgio Chapelin and Cid Moreira
1977: First live broadcast
1983: Change of the duo: Celso Freitas with Cid Moreira
1989: Return of Sérgio Chapelin, with Cid Moreira
1991: First live broadcast of an ongoing war: the Gulf War
1994: Anchoring the FIFA World Cup in USA
1996: New duo: William Bonner and Lilian Witte
1998: Change of the duo: William Bonner with Fátima Bernardes
2001: Emmy nomination for the coverage of ‘9/11’
2006: Interview with the first Brazilian in space: Marco Pontes
2011: Emmy Award for the coverage of the police action at the Alemão complex in Rio de Janeiro
2011: Change of the duo: William Bonner with Patrícia Poeta.
|Primeiro Jornal Nacional 1969
||Jornal Nacional – Vinhetas (1969-2009)
|Jornal Nacional antigo – 1976
||11 de setembro de 2001 – Jornal Nacional [1º bloco]
|11 de setembro de 2001 – Jornal Nacional [2º bloco]
||11 de setembro de 2001 – Jornal Nacional [Final]
|Jornal Nacional – 2006 (Marco Pontes)
||07/07/17 – Jornal Nacional (Aircraft accident)
Request of impeachment of president Fernando Collor de Mello.
The request was forwarded by the Brazilian Order of Lawyers (Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil; OAB) and the Brazilian Press Association (Associação Brasileira de Imprensa; ABI) to the chairman of the parliament. On 29 September, this request was granted, the impeachment procedure was started. On 29 December, Collor resigned, only a few hours prior to the decision of the Senate, who was about to condemn Collor for corruption. Itimar Franco succeeded Collor as president. Collor was blocked for political activities for a period of eight years. At present, he is senator for the state of Alagoas.
IMPEACHMENT PROCEDURE COLLOR
|Impeachment de Collor – Matéria
||1992 – Pronunciamento de Collor na TV antes do impeachment – completo
Publication of the federal law nº 5770 about the four national symbols of Brazil.
These symbols are: the national flag, the national coat of arms, the national hymn, and the national seal. In this law is described that the national flag needs to be adapted when there are changes in the number of Brazilian states. The most recent change dates back from 1988, when Tocantins was separated from the state of Goiás. The constellation of the national seal is the same as it was observed in Rio de Janeiro, on November 15, 1889, at 8.30 am: the exact time of the proclamation of the Brazilian Republic. Also the exact dimensions of the Brazilian flag are described. Strict rules are also for the national hymn. The national colors are yellow and green, and may be supplemented with blue and white.
BRAZILIAN NATIONAL SYMBOLS
|Hino Nacional Brasileiro (legendaa e Bandeira)
||Brazil National Anthem English lyrics
||Os Símbolos Nacionais
|Símbolos Nacionais: Brasão de Armas
||Símbolos Nacionais: Bandeira Nacional
|Símbolos Nacionais: Selo Nacional
||Símbolos Nacionais: Hino Nacional
Foundation of Sport Club Corinthians Paulista.
Five workmen, inspired upon witnessing an English soccer match, founded Corinthians. Next to soccer, a dozen more sports are associated: among them rowing, basketball, futsal, and chess. The supporters club is considered as one of the most faithful and fanatic in Brazil. With the years, Corinthians (nicknamed ‘Timão’, ‘big team’) has gained some important titles: Five times Brazilian champion (1990, 1998, 1999, 2005, and 2011), the FIFA world cup for club teams in 2000, Brazilian Cup (1995, 2002 and 2009), and 26 times the championship of the state of São Paulo. Only in 2012, Corinthians won the prestigious Libertadores Cup. Famous Corinthians players are Rivellino, Sócrates, Dunga, Vampeta, and Didá.
|HINO DO CORINTHIANS
||Fiel o Filme – Corinthians 100 anos
|Corinthians x Boca –
Final Libertadores 2012 – Completo
|Corinthians x Vasco Final Mundial de Clubes 2000
|Corinthians x São Paulo final Brasileiro 1990 melhores momentos
||Final do Campeonato Brasileiro 1998 – Corinthians 2 x 0 Cruzeiro
|Corinthians x Atletico Mineiro Brasileiro 1999 Final
||CORINTHIANS CAMPEÃO BRASILEIRO 2005 Goiás 3×2 Corinthians – 2005
|Corinthians Penta Campeão de 2011
||Bateria Gavioes da Fiel
By Adriano Antoine Robbesom © 2007, 2015