Christmas; this feast so dear to the hearts of Christians, has become a cultural manifestation in our country.
A boon for Tunisian artisans who are starting out and other professionals with more elaborate products. Pleasant and picturesque places to create an atmosphere that makes people happy.
Yet, what we notice the most is the disconcerting ease of the Tunisian to adapt to this foreign movement.
Indeed, as far as we can remember, the Tunisian has always been able to adapt to the cultures of the world. This adaptation is reflected in our daily life through different clothing behaviors and new lexicographical practices. Tunisian society sees itself accepting the diversity of customs and behaviors, the result is that opinions become numerous and that the conduct of citizens is marked by this same diversity.
To come back to the subject of our national identity, I would like to focus on the behavior of Tunisian lambda. Yes, the Tunisian adapts like a chameleon to other cultures.