Culture of Tuvalu
People in Tuvalu speak the English, and Tuvaluan languages. The linguistic diversity of Tuvalu is vaguely diverse according to a fractionalization scale which for Tuvalu is 0.1372. The followers of Christianity are the religious majority in the country. 50.6% of Tuvalu's population live in cities. This percentage comprises the urban population of Tuvalu. The rate of urbanization in Tuvalu is considered to be 1.3.
The national anthem of Tuvalu is called 'Tuvalu mo te Atua', which in English means 'Tuvalu for the Almighty'. It was adopted in 1978. Both the music and the lyrics have been composed by Afaese Manoa.
The data on fast food distribution in Tuvalu, as well as associated health risks, is not available for the country.
Each year, the people of Tuvalu consume 0.5 litre of alcohol per capita, and this volume consists of 10% beer, 15.5% wine, 74.5% distilled spirits, 0% other alcohol.
One of the most popular national dishes of Tuvalu is taro. Other national dishes include coconut cream.