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This is a very insightful book with lots of information.
While reading this book, I felt that the author was very careful to avoid any experiments or analysis that might undermine cultural relativism.
It is really interesting and will help you understand how to reach each culture using their own ways.
It is a superbly important book to read for all global leaders of every discipline.Published 9 days ago by MFC
This book is very well written and fairly intriguing. Some of the concepts he presents as fact seem somewhat subjective to me, but after all - he is an academic.Published 1 month ago by sally Guza
This is not a good book at all. Almost all empirical data in the book is about comparing US university students with Korean university students at the same US university. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jackal
A must read for anyone wishing to communicate across the "East/West divide"Published 2 months ago by D. V. Arsenijevic
Living as a German since 22 years in Asia (Japan and Thailand) I can assure you the benefits of Richard's research and thoughts. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr. Alexander Paufler
Excellent read. Great for third culture kids (Asian/Western) to understand themselves more clearly, or for any Western expats moving to Asia for the first time.Published 4 months ago by Michael Ling
Westeners and Easterners think different. This is the main topic of this essay that explores the many ways in which people from different cultures differ. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Diego Zlotogora
As a Chinese American who grew up in China and then has lived almost 30 year in the US, I agree with many observations of difference between Eastern and Western thoughts outlined... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Y. Wei