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In 2005, the US government spent on average over $20,000 for each household.
Japan's capital Tokyo means "Eastern Capital".
In China, teachers allow children to sleep in class for around 20 minutes to help improve their learning.
There is a town in Norway called Hell, and it freezes over almost every winter.
Costa Rica Military
In 1948, Costa Rica abolished its military and spends the money on education and culture instead.
Only 51% of South Carolina high school students will graduate, the lowest of any state.
Streets in Japan do not have names.
Until 1796, there was a state in the United States called Franklin. Today it's known as Tennessee!