A great post regarding this Holiday season, and holidays in general!
In difference to preceding generations, we live in the age of globalisation. Most of us have gadgets in our homes produced on the other side of the world, we wear clothes made in India or Bangladesh, we eat fruit and vegetable and fish that has been transported from very, very far away. That’s how we can eat tomatoes in winter, avocado all year round and munch our way through a bowl of scampi.
Globalisation also impacts our cultures. I recall the first time I travelled to China on business. The adverts that stared down at me from various billboards promoted stuff I’d never heard of before. (And in Chinese characters, which sort of added to the exoticism) Western food chain eateries were few on the ground and the music blaring from the radio was in Chinese, however modern the beat.
Some years later, and the adverts were for Gillette, McDonald’s…
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And safe in Mother’s arms!
High Bridge Trail, Farmville, Virginia
This second post of today was for your benefit, Carol-Miller Broadwater, 4th cousin to my wife!!! 🙂
Moose Calf North of Pickle Lake, Ontario, Canada
Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada