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Cross Culture - Thailand 2014 By Mark Steyn
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A team from Cross Culture visited Thailand & Vietnam on mission during July 2014
Cross-cultural Awareness By Harris Whaley
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This programme enables you to become an effective manager of a cross-cultural team, especially a remote regional team. You will learn the differences between Chinese and Western colleagues (and other... More > cultures around the region) and apply tips and techniques for building synergy.< Less
Crossing Paths...Cultural Surprises in a Global World. By ROSAYE Jean-Yves
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If there are lots of models in business, only a few are useful as they must stretch to core human values. With cultural differences, quality in society for example becomes prodigiously versatile as... More > it embraces many shades of meaning. As an image, if two railroads seem to join on the horizon, this is only but an illusion. However, this is possible to shift from one culture to the other. From many path crossings, surprises arise and this is about a journey in Europe, America, Asia, and above all Japan to unravel truths of a global world.< Less
Crossing Cultural Roads: Stories of the Balkans and the Scythians By Marija Makeska
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Myths and stories told visually through painting and other mediums about the Balkans and the Scythians. All profits will proceed to the Macedonian Arts and Sciences Fund.
Crossing Cultures: in English et en français By Lynne Breakstone, Nicole Jouane
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Fifty years ago, in the early 1960’s, two women set off in opposite directions to cross the Atlantic to spend a year living in a foreign country – France and the United States – and... More > mastering a foreign language – French and English. Crossing Cultures in English et en français tells their story in both languages. Lynne Breakstone was one of the first American Junior-Year-Abroad participants while Nicole Jouane served for a year as a teaching assistant and resident native speaker in a college’s French House. Although their experiences differed greatly, they both shared in the delight as well as the difficulties of having to decipher behaviors and customs that were at times confusing, strange, and mysterious. Anyone who has spent time in a foreign country having to communicate in a foreign language will find pleasure in these two memoirs of such an experience in the pre-Internet era.< Less
Cultural Challenges By JIE ZHANG
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The Chinese culture and German culture all have a certain influence on other countries in the world, when the work is out of a regional restriction, culture will influence on each worker, every... More > culture has positive energy and negative energy, this energy will affect everyone, when you feel it, how to deal with cultural differences and promote culture playing a positive energy which is benefit to more and more people is worth exploring. This book told readers which things must be adhered to and abandoned through the success and failure of cross-cultural project, something will make culture full of vitality, if you know more, you will gain greater development.< Less
Transforming Culture By John Taylor
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Transforming Culture examines the phenomena and process of immigrant integration through the lenses of literature, spatial analysis, networking and creation of transnational identities. Integration... More > has been taking place for centuries as evidenced by cross pollination of ideas and customs. However, most research about immigrant integration focuses solely on the labor market. How immigrants settle, communicate, help each other, view themselves as well as interact with natives of the host society better inform policy choices as we discover that integration works two ways. The cultural friction that occurs when different peoples come into contact change both creating a new kind of society.< Less
A Culture of Play By Brad Fortier
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Improvised Theatre as a form of performance has blanketed the globe. From New York City to Hong Kong to Mumbai, there are performers who share a common philosophy and vocabulary of action that allows... More > them to create stories and relationships that move and entertain people. In this book of essays, Fortier explores this art as a tool for reflection, a means of cross-cultural communication, and a window into a way of being that may be our key to survival as a species. Fortier's interdisciplinary approach to the subject brings together the fields of anthropology, performance, evolutionary biology, and neuroscience to help expand the view of improvised theater beyond trite games into a grass-roots form of social rebooting. These essays are relevant to anyone who is curious about new approaches to personal, professional, and group development. This book may also be the beginning of the conversation on how we can transform away from disparate cultures of fear to a more unified Culture of Play.< Less
The Cross Section By Kelsey Green
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A collaborative magazine collected by the University of Wisconsin-Madison that explores the nordic culture.
FIRE ON A CROSS By Karen D. Paxton
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This Historical Fiction, spans 1941-1971. FIRE ON A CROSS is a suspenseful story of survival. Intrigue and exciting travels propel characters and readers alike. Public opinion, the media and any... More > instrument that disseminates news or gossip is the Fourth Estate. These exciting characters are on a fascinating journey of personal trials with an aim to survive. Everyone is on trial in some frame or fashion, if not in legitimate presses then certainly by public opinion. These are the publishers, throngs of the crowds, iron fisted news reporters, advertisers, publicist, announcers, press operators, journalist, and correspondents. Everyone has an opinion. Each has a voice unheard. Without being on trial these judgments, build independent characters spoken through human nature. Readers are their judges. Anticipation builds and moves. It is a mystery and an adventure. Finest as Historical Fiction, FIRE ON A CROSS is dynamic.< Less