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One World Two Minds: Eastern and Western Outlooks in a Changing World

by Denis Lane

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While cyberspace and concorde jets have made the world so small that East and West meet regularly, when it comes to understanding one another, the two worlds are as far apart as ever. This book deals in broad strokes with the major differences in the mindsets of the two groups, not to encourage prejudice, but to evaluate these world views.
  OMFAU | Apr 7, 2010 |
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While cyberspace and concorde jets have made the world so small that East and West meet regularly, when it comes to understanding one another, the two worlds are as far apart as ever. This book deals in broad strokes with the major differences in the mindsets of the two groups, not to encourage prejudice, but to evaluate these world views.
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