Some stereotypes about chileans say that they drink cheap wine mixed with powder juice. Chileans have too many good meat dishes. Even a vegetarian has to eat meat there…
Actually, Chileans are quite different from other south american people. Generally speaking, they’re more conservative and traditional, workaholic and less festive. They speak a distinct spanish dialect. They’re usually friendly with foreigners, although they still have issues with people from neighboring countries…
There’s a big contrast between the more fast-paced lifestyle in the urban areas of Santiago, Valparaíso and Concepción, and the lifestyle elsewhere in Chile.
There are blondes & redheads but only 5% or less, but the mayority is white and mestizo. Very few american indian (mapuches) and of course the “rapa nui” at easter island.
Chilean people are
Chile is a multiethnic society,home to people of many different ethnic backgrounds. Studies on the ethnic structure of Chile vary significantly from one another.
As in other Latin American countries, in Chile, from the onset of Spanish colonization and settlement, race mixing or mestizaje was the norm rather than the exception. Today, ethnic and racial self-identities are highly fluid and can differ between persons of the same family, including siblings of the same parentage.