Do we want to enjoy what makes each country and it's culture unique to that space and time? Why?
Will we want to visit Europe or any other country where the country borders are dissolved to provide a soupy mix of characteristics, cuisine, and culture?
Yes I do. Actually I feel happy when I learn about new cultures, taste traditional food for other countries. I hope that one day I would be able to travel the whole world just to discover new cultures.
What about you ThreeKeys?
I would love all countries to honour what makes them who they are. Then it is a paradise for all of us who go there to visit. I hope you get to travel Rola.
by arrowsparrow 7 years ago
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by Sab Oh 8 years ago
Given all of the very justified concern lately about the dangers and related ills of illegal immigration, I thought we should take a moment to recognize the many benefits and historic importance of legal immigration and successful assimilation. I believe it is and has always been an essential...
by Astralrose 5 years ago
What makes a developed country better to live in?India is a developing country and I have many personal complaints when it comes to many things -politics, environmental, social issues among others so I am wondering why not migrate to other countries because it seems like they're better than here....
by Kimberly Vaughn 6 years ago
What is the one thing that makes you different?
by Marwan Asmar 7 years ago
Have you ever felt that western culture is a higher form than eastern culture and why?
by pranav k 8 years ago
wouldn't it be nice to belong to a single country?no boundaries,no restrictions,no discrimination.what would be its name if it was a single country?hmmm.....
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