Right around the world people can support each other and leverage strengths. When there is a crisis in one country there is a lot of support, other countries take a stand, become involved and actually say their views. This is also possible because of technology. But Priya Kaul also warns for becoming so homogeneous that we forget our own identity. There is something about being unique that’s equally nice and maintaining that and people are bridging from that.
Cross-cultural communication is happening all the time right now. All people are communicating with accents, all of us are communicating in a global place. We are all collaborating that is the nice part about where we are at, finds Kaul.