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English Extension 1 Navigating the Global Creative

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A short story exploring the conflict of globalisation in Vanuatu through the westernisation of its capital city in contrast with the regionalist lifestyle of the local villages.

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Behind the counter, local twenty- four-year-old Olima sat with his legs crossed and perched on his desk, flicking through the latest volume of Forbes; August, 2012. Engrossed in an article about Vanuatu joining the World Trade Organisation, he didn’t so much as even look up at the perusing customer, who dawdled up and down the aisles as though he had never been in a store before, carefully traversing the unfamiliar environment. The shop was like a miniature Walmart, with shelves stacked with everything from packaged foods and cutlery to stationary items and electronics. Like most other stores, they were separated in to sections and had small overhanging signs written in Bislama; the aging man found cooking ingredients and utensils in the kukum aisles, cleaning products under klinim, and movies and ...
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