My work focuses on the evolving relationship between indigenous cultural traditions and practices and the spread of globalization throughout the developing world. Rapid expansion of free trade, particularly across Southeast Asia, has brought new prosperity but also new challenges to the people living in these regions. While some have managed to assimilate their own values and practices into the larger flow, others have struggled to find ways to keep their traditions alive in the face of new economic and social realities. My aim is to document this story as a way of revealing what we've gained, what we're losing, and how we can find points of balance between the two.
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