Waved by the tide

 

 

“…the polycentric dispersion of the contemporary world has progressed so far that Americanization cannot be the only carrier of cultural power. The articulation of cultural domination is increasingly site and region- specific…”

The emergence of the Hallyu breakthroughs the imperial empire of US-UK, making the media industry more multicultural and globalized than ever. It first knocks the doors of every South Korea’s neighbor, fast overspread the whole Asia before its coverage could reach cross the continent.

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A continuation of (answers for) my concern in communication

 

Twice but not once I buried all my frustration and disappointment about my communication while studying abroad in these holes . Yet, what remains was still some uncomfortable feelings, until the BCM111’s contents throw me some lights on them. There are some parts in the readings that I strongly agree that I will highlight in this post, due to my experience. However, I also want to mention some shortcomings that I feel they rarely cover, but whatever the shortcomings are, the readings are already powerful guides for international students in Australia.

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Cultural appropriation in a globalized world: from fashion to others

 

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Globalization has promoted the flows of cultures worldwide. Culture exchange aside, cultural appropriation is often taken into spotlights in discussions of globalization’s impacts. There have been numerous debates about it but hardly has been done to solve the problem. This really questions me, if we’re approaching appropriately?

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