Global Communication

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Global Communication Nowadays, global communication has promoted globalization in the past ten years. During these ten years, economic, technical and education develop very fast, so it makes global communication more continent and faster. In my view, global communication is type of talk and symbiosis between different countries. Global communication is the process of transmitting and receiving on a world-wide scale, and has promoted the globalization on economic, technical and education. Firstly, I would like to talk about some global communication between my country(China) and America. In recently years, my county is more and more care about our county’s education system; Education scholars were found the limitation of our education system. So the education scholars are creating several plans to meliorate this situation, for example: have cooperation with America or other foreign country schools, to transfer our Chinese students to them, to learn different knowledge from them; School in China invite foreign students to come to China, teachers can share their good experience or skills to each other, foreign students can experience the culture in China and learn different tradition they never learn from books. In ancient century, during the period which was our country is the controlled by Qing Dynasty; our ancestors had a fancy to study abroad. At that time, depends on the special situation, they want to learn other country’s best knowledge and education systems to help their country (Qing Dynasty) against with the foreign enemies. They seek the goals: one day to drive off the invaders out of their country. This time as a Chinese student who is go abroad study, I’m not seek for the same goals as my ancestor. Personally, I think go abroad study helps me a lot. Due to the education system are different from my country, for sure I have to face a lot of…...

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