Under the topic of “Glocalisation“, the February 2012 issue of Emanate (the magazine of the <<Erasmus Mundus>> Students and Alumni Association) presents the interview to Li Zhuming (Sep/2011) previously published here.
Glocalisation <<is the idea that global trends have their most important manifestation at the local level, between individual people. Moreover, the local has an effect on the global. In other words, Glocalisation is the human side of globalisation – it is globalisation seen from the bottom-up.>>
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