Experimental Welcome Video
This is just some fun I had editing video so that I could try out some tools and see how they worked. Don't take this seriously, but I do hope you laugh a little.
Prostitution is known as the oldest profession in the world. It exists worldwide where different cultures view it and experience it in different ways. Is it morally wrong? If there is a wrongdoer, is it the prostitute or the "John?" A very candid discussion from our international panel!
Chris, Layla, Omar, Esther, & Dave discuss this very stimulating topic with perspectives from France, Japan, Mexico, Korea, & America.Subscribe to EnglishMeeting.com
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When some people hear the work "marijuana" they immediately think of a very bad, illegal drug. Do people die from marijuana overdoses? Are the coffee houses (serving marijuana) in Amsterdam changing their society in a negative way? Medical marijuana is legal in California for patients who have prescriptions from physicians. Will Mexico make small amounts of marijuana, and handful of other "recreational" drugs legal?
A topic that usually remains under wraps is openly discussed in our international forum. Christy, Dayanis, Chris, Esther, Jihyun, & Dave convey ideas with backgrounds from France, Korea, Mexico, & America.
China- it is not a matter of "if" it will become the next superpower, but rather "when." What are the ramifications of this inevitable force throughout the world economically, politically, and socially? Are other countries myopic while neglecting future concerns? Are Americans too complacent today? Tough talk on a cutting-edge issue that may dramatically change the world we know today.
Esther, Arman, Jihyun, Dayanis, Christy, Katrin, & Dave weigh in with perspectives from Mexico, Korea, Iran, & America. Please post comments! :)
Differences in culture can be a learning opportunity or a reason for prejudice. As our world gets smaller, everyone will be forced to deal with cultural variations. How difficult is it to stay open-minded? Is it too much work to adapt or do we remain with what is comfortable?
This international group presents experiences coming from Korea, Mexico, Armenia, and living in America. Dayanis, Artur, Esther, Jihyun, & Dave weigh in with their real-life experiences.
A compelling discussion on a sensitive issue: illegal immigration. Why are certain ethnic groups blamed? If borders were more open, what would happen to the country? If countries didn’t have illegal immigrants working for less pay, would the country be able to survive? Where do we draw the line?
Strong views from an international group representing Iran, Korea, Japan, France, Mexico, & America.
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