The idea of being connected in a global village and able to communicate internationally can be a wonderful experience. People around the world can communicate via email and social networking sites with others around the world, or take a flight and land in another country in a matter of hours. Now the opportunity finally is come where now a very lucrative job offer is presented to you in a foreign country for a few years.
1) What would your attitude be like toward traveling living in the global village and sharing a place to stay with a foreign roommate.
2) In your opinion what do you feel might be some of the benefits to living in the global village and learning about someone else's' culture?
3) In your opinion what do feel are some of the disadvantages to traveling and living in the global village as well as sharing a place to stay with a foreign roommate?
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Kindly rate 5/5 for my brainstorming:
Since I lived in a foreign country for 5 years, I applied some of my experiences into the reply as well:
1) What would your attitude be like toward traveling living in the global village and sharing a place to stay with a foreign roommate?
My attitude toward traveling living in the global village and sharing a place to stay with a foreign roommate would be one of excitement and anticipation but also a bit of fear of the unknown. Since each culture has different approaches, customs, values, and beliefs, I would be very anxious to learn from the new ...
Cultural exposure is briefly debated from a personal vantage point.
1. What is your attitude toward living in the global village?
2. For example, if you were offered a good job in a foreign country, how would you feel about packing up and moving there for several years?
3. If you had a foreign roommate there, would you welcome the experience or would you feel a little uncomfortable?
4. Do your answers depend on what country the job is in or where the roommate comes from?
5. Explore this attitude; why do you think you feel the way you do?