One aspect of geography is to learn about the many nations that exist around Earth. In fact, some studies suggest that understanding where countries are makes us feel more diplomatic.
From the seven continents to the myriad of cultures comprised on each one, geography links us all together. Our cultures often develop as a response to the physical geography of the world around us, and to the different kinds of people we have access to. Now, with the internet, we can interact with anyone with just the click of a button.
Understanding a country’s culture is a sign of respect. It also helps to foster effective communication, a vital factor in business success. … Values and attributes such as frugality, trust and endurance may be viewed differently in other countries
When students—or executives—get to know and understand different cultures, they realize that there is more than one way of thinking and that no one way is better than another. Cross-cultural learning helps them become better employees, negotiators, leaders, and international citizens. And with this pandemic the best time for learning and no better way to learn than through the power of poems.
Our weather is cold but Our hearts are warm Under one roof; you will hear Hello bonjour hola and salam They care They love and share They are peaceful, passionate and polite They don't hate or harm They have desert, lakes and waterfalls. From the Atlantic to the pacific From the pole to the USA. We’re on united brotherhood. And united will we stay. A beautiful country needed a flag to match. Gorge Stanley thought it best to start from scratch. Inspired by the flag at the military college, Stanley pictured a flag with delicate foliage. He began with a sketch as simple as a line, He knew exactly; what to do for the design. He drew red bars on the left and the right. In the centre, a maple leaf red and bright. Culture Agriculture Natural landscapes Acceptance Diversity Identity Atlantic to pacific Natural Resources.