Whilehanging out with my learning buddy, I had an opportunity to actually observewhat was going on in a daily basis at a local Starbucks coffee shop. After awhilesitting at the place, we had seen lots of people going in and out for drinks.We noticed that they came from different cultures, classes, and races withdifferent occupations. They came in as couples, groups, or individuals.

However, basically, they went to Starbucks for purposes of communication,business talks, sharing ideas or dating. These activities were shared andassociated by people with diverse cultural backgrounds; indeed this dynamicprocess helped us visualize the idea of globalization, which multi-culturesintersected in such a small community. This observation also described themoral and ethical systems of human beings, which showcased that all cultureswere the equally valid, and no single culture was better than any others.Through the process of exchanging and applying different culturalcharacteristics into different communities, people would be able to not onlyenhance their own cultural identity, but also to expand the positive influenceson other cultures.