With offices in Chile, China, Denmark, New Zealand, Sweden and Vietnam, TextMinded is becoming increasingly global.
Last week, we revisited Sweden. Today, let’s start off the weekend by revisiting sunny Chile.
1 | Chilean Spanish
The vast majority of the Chilean population speak the variety of the national language known as “Chilean Spanish”, but there are loads of other languages as well: Mapudungun, Chesungun, Aymara, Quechua, Rapa Nui, Kawésqar and Yagán.
2 | The Andean condor
1. The Andean condor, which appears on Chile’s coat of arms, is the largest flying land bird in the Western Hemisphere, and has a wingspan of up to 3.1 m.
3 | Ojos del Salado
Chile boasts the highest volcano on the planet, Ojos del Salado (6,893 m).
4 | Chilean life expectancy
The life expectancy for Chileans was the highest in South America in 2013. In 2009, it was 75.74 for men and 81.19 for women.
5 | Chilean population
In 1895, the population of Chile was 2,695,625. By 2012, the number has more than quintupled with a population of 15,116,435.
Post inspired by This is Chile.