developing country

VIDEO: Travel in La Paz Bolivia

April 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

This sure beats sitting in rush hour traffic. In La Paz, the sky rail take commuters where they need to go. This is the ultimate example of humans changing their environment out of necessity. Teachers: Use this to compare/contrast LDC vs MDC cities and what it means to have no city planning. Take the discussion further and ask students why this skirl can exist in a developing country but not in the [...]

NEWS via CNN: New Chinese law: Visit your Parents

July 2, 2013 // 0 Comments

Human Imprint Synopsis: In a country where a one-child policy and an aging population prevail, the traditional family is being turned on its head. China is a rapidly developing country that is improving its economic position by sending more of their children to universities, even abroad.  However, as the money starts to come in, dependents of the “little-prince” generation are wondering if their kid will ever come back home to take care of them. Recently, the “Law of Protection of Rights and Interests of the Aged” was established in an effort to make sure that kids are not turning their back on their parents. A social necessity or infringement of human rights? What do you think? —————————- Story Via: New Chinese law: Visit your parents – CNN.com. New Chinese law: Visit your parents By Meng Meng and Katie Hunt, for CNN updated 6:36 AM EDT, Tue July 2, 2013 In China, visit parents or face jail? [...]

ORIGINAL: Counterculture: I Ain’t No Burger!

June 18, 2013 // 0 Comments

In what appears to be a cultural phenomenon that preaches exactly opposite what the Gangnam Style revolution brought (lavish lifestyle of new money in the South Korean city of Seoul), a COUNTERCULTURE effort is being rapped by young adults in the country of Pakistan. In Pakistan, a DEVELOPING COUNTRY that is finding its footing in a COMMERCIALIZED world, the Mr. Burger fast food chain provides halal burgers to the masses.  A typical WESTERN style food chain, Mr. Burger offers meals to those who can afford it, thus the new title that is given to young urban professionals, “Burgers.” Though the Mr. Burger food chain succeeds in ACCULTURATING the masses into Western tastes, there are some that look to turn their back on the would-be-Burgers by giving “Burgers” a negative connotation. Rapper Talha Anjum from the Young Stunners says, “A Burger is someone who wants to be someone they aren’t, someone who wears skinny jeans and Nikes, uses a smartphone, and [...]
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