Si el mundo fuera una aldea de 100 personas by Ikeda Kayoko - PDF and EPUB eBook
If The World Were a Village of 100 People was a book that i read two years ago, and i remembered it sat proudly alongside other...
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Details of Si el mundo fuera una aldea de 100 personas
- Exact title of the book
- Si el mundo fuera una aldea de 100 personas
- Book author
- Ikeda Kayoko
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 64 pages
- July 7th 2004 by El Aleph
- File size (in PDF)
- 256 kB
Some brief overview of book
If The World Were a Village of 100 People was a book that i read two years ago, and i remembered it sat proudly alongside other best-sellers in the best book list. The book is actually based on a thought-provoking email which was translated from Japanese into Chinese and then English. The writer of the email compresses the world into a village of 100 people, while considering the burning issues of race, religion, welath, housing, literacy, nutrition, birth and death from a global perspective.
These numbers represent the phenomenona of the global village. As the world is becoming smaller and smaller, we are actually closely linked to each other in one single community. The place we are living is no longer a kingdom in isolation, but one larger single community which is ethnically diverse.
Different home cultures has became more international and is transforming into xamples of crossovers. Facing the dilemma of fewer options, preservation of cultural distinctiveness is becoming an important issue. To turn the global village into a truly international community, respect with different races is the answer to achieve peace.
Besides, the book remind us not to overlook the mishaps in places other than our home country. While we are enjoying the benefits brought on by the globalization of OMS economy, the suffering of the less fortunate ones that are brought on by war, imprisonment, and starvation requires our concern. We should cherish what we have so far and are encouraged to do our bit in helping our counterparts.