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    Wondrous Display of Curiosity and Knowledge

    Asia-literacy and Global Competence presents accounts of cross-cultural experiences in a broad spectrum. It is eclectic and charming. It shows Lozeron's wide arrays of interests. Curiosity breeds exploration and knowledge, and it is the key to global competence -- the author's expertise in Asia-literacy provides an advantageous view to global competence. She is living by her own motto "Think Global Live Noble." Highly recommended.
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    Important and Relevant

    Alicia Su Lozeron’s Asia-literacy and Global Competence is important and relevant in the way it inspires interest in cross-cultural observations. Her unique quality as a multi-lingual author/educator puts her in an advantageous position to be able to view the world with an open mind. Although many of the articles in this book involve doing business with the Asian markets in mind, her articles do not pigeonhole, but rather, open up more space for human interactions. As she herself mentions in the book, this collection is the beginning of her journey to global competence. I recommend her work and await more to come!
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    Interesting premise

    The premise of the book is good, but there are some flaws to what I think the author was trying to accomplish. However, it is well written, and gives a lot of details, such as the background of the Asian culture, and different aspects of Asian life. I learned a lot by reading it, but I think some of the book felt a little "too commercial" and seemed like it was an advertisement that was trying to recruit a specific culture. It's a good detailed read, though.
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