Man Wai asked in 社會及文化語言 · 1 decade ago

do u know what i'm talking about~plz point out the worse

Disadvantages of Globalization

1)Greater risk of diseases being transported unintentionally between nations (Health)

-- People’s mobility were so fast under globalization

-- The transportation net is so great that everyone can go other countries by planes, trains & ships

Update:

-- Therefore, human diseases were more easily spread around the world

-- E.g. many countries got involve in the epidemic of hepatitis when sars bursted out in 2003, a lot of people, including different countries, died.

-- America, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China

Update 2:

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I'd correct this as: (Check with your teacher/tutor)

    1) Higher potential disease exposure through human mobility

    -- Human increasingly high mobility [were so fast -- is cantonese translated to english, not english]

    -- Transportation systems are compact, efficient and relatively cheaper than ever before. They place relatively large number of people into a compact (small) space, increasing exposure to disease due to perhaps limited fresh air circulation, especially in trains.

    -- Therefore, human diseases ARE more easily spread around the world (you are giving the statement/thought NOW, so it's present tense)

    -- E.g. SARS quickly spread across globally in 2003, a lot of people, including different countries, died.

    -- America, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China

    (Overall, this is a good idea, just minor mixing up of ideas. Please do not copy word for word here - ask your teacher/tutor and see what they say.)

    Source(s): me
  • ?
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    1 decade ago

    Yes, i can understand what you're trying to say. Yet, i think you can group the points together, to make it more clear and unabridged.

    For example:

    - People's mobility has greaty increased as the transportation network is huge and it's convenient for us to travel to other countries. Therefore, it's easier for disease to spread cross-border.

    - E.g. many countries got involve in the epidemic of hepatitis when sars bursted out in 2003, a lot of people from different countries died.

    But i don't understand about the point: America, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China

    Source(s): me
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