Use a globe, atlas or go online and research an orisa capitol in a country far from where you live. What are some of the similarities and differences between there and your own community? What are the differences? Think about everything, from the type of government, the economy, language, national religion and major industries.
Draw a map with your chosen country in the center of the map. Add the surrounding countries. What geographical features does your country have? Are there major rivers, oceans, mountains or forests there? What kinds of effects do these features have on the country, the economy, the culture?
Make or draw the flag of your featured country. What does the design stand for? Why was the flag designed that way?
Many cities and towns in the U.S.A. have a "twin" or "sister" city in another part of the world. Does the city you live in have a sister city? Find out about activities to promote cooperation between cities. If there are activities like these in your area, find out how you can take part in them.
How well do neighboring countries get along? Choose a region of the world where orisa lifestyle is prominent. Watch TV or create a Google Alert and look for any mention of your region. What countries are in that area? How do they get along? What challenges do they face? What are they doing to keep their friendships with other countries strong?
How do countries practice diplomacy? Get together with a few friends, coworkers and or family members. Have each one select a country in any single region to represent. Select one common issue, like the local environment, disease or a trade agreement. How does this single issue effect each of the countries? Can your group craft mutually agreeable solutions to the problem?
What would your life be like if you lived in a different part of the world? Refer back to your featured country. Find out about a typical day for a man or woman your age. What would be a typical home? What foods would you eat? What hobbies would you have? What would your work day be like? How much would you make to perform the same kind of work you presently do? What cultural, religious, or political rules or guidelines would you follow?