Wednesday, 20 June 2012
178 words, 25 minutes (after selfcorrections)
The couple of graph below are about the amount of Japanese tourist who travelled out of their country in the decade between 1985 to 1995, and what percentage of them visited Australia.
In the first stage, around 5 million of people from Japan went to journey abroad; however, this number was rising quickly and with few fluctuations. At the end of the period (in1995) almost 16 million of Japanese tourist visited other countries.
Otherwise, in the year 1985 jut 2% of those tourists went to Australia. Nevertheless, it rose greatly the next 3 years, and in 1988 nearly 5% of them visited Australia; it was followed by a small down in 1989, but after that the percentage of Japanese tourist who travelled to Australia increased significantly. In the last stage, around 6% of them went to that country.
Summarizing, in a time of 10 years, the number of Japanese who visited forest countries increased in more than 10 million. On the other hand, the percentage of them who went to Australia was three times bigger at the end.