SCIA developing cross-cultural competencies in future leaders, Phnom Penh Post

31 Jan 2020

Major cities around the world are increasingly cosmopolitan. To thrive in this global age, youths of today must cultivate a broad worldview and the ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds, with different ideas and perspectives.

However, taking pride in their own cultural heritage, staying well-informed about national issues, and contributing actively to their local communities ensure rootedness to the country of birth and appreciation of their heritage.

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