I am assuming that the purpose is to gain perspective on the health beliefs of other cultures? What about -
How do you deal with the issue of whether or not to inform a patient that she/he is terminally ill?
What types of things are family members expected to do for a hospitalized patient?
How often do you change IV tubing & indwelling catheters? (some countries do not have the luxury of 'disposing' of things like we do)
Are there any gender-based restrictions on providing care in your country?
Do a lot of your patients have strong beliefs in folk-medicine? If so, what are they?
Are certain types of foods recommended for different types of illnesses? Pregnant women?
I am sure you can think of more - have you had a chance to read anything by Giger & Davidhizer on multicultural care & health practices? It's very interesting stuff.