>Language, music -- both are very expressive of a culture, but I would
>also have to put in a vote for food. A peoples' food speaks volumes
about their tastes (no pun intended), their manners, etc. Try to think
>of the Chinese without thinking of chop-sticks and rice. Or the Mexicans
>without chiles and tortillas. Or the Scottish without Haggis.
>...or the Americans without McDonalds? It fits.
How about visual art? One of the most striking things about the 'Global
Community' is the ability to communicate so many by using simple symbols and