This book is addressed to a rising millennial generation, for whom an emerging transnational identity has become a reality. The premise of the book is that ... those with mixed identities will find more value in interfaces in between countries and cultures. Having fluency in managing differing and oftentimes opposing sets of everyday customs means being able to extract new value, to bring to the table new expertise for conflict resolution. These cross-cultural skills are increasingly relevant amidst a rising China engaging in business with the rest of the world while simultaneously disengaging from the Western liberal order. In a world where walls persist, bridges continue to be vital interfaces.
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[Jason S. C. Fung],
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-238).