In difference to preceding generations, we live in the age of globalisation. Most of us have gadgets in our homes produced on the other side of the world, we wear clothes made in India or Bangladesh, we eat fruit and vegetable and fish that has been transported from very, very far away. That’s how we […]

via Happy Christmas! — ANNA BELFRAGE

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  1. I was ranting about globalisation on another blog recently. The loss of culture, national identity, and the homogenisation of the world. Drives me crazy.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. It’s OK we’ve got blue passports again now so all is well.

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  2. Fantastic Share Fraggle! I think this is a very important issue that we face and I agree with Pete that we have a loss of culture! I think there is beauty in diversity and it would suck if we were all the same! Thanks for sharing!😊

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  3. Thanks for introducing me to Anna Belfrage! Merry Christmas!

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    1. You’re welcome, she writes great books.

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