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Spaces and exchanges: what impact do global cities have on people's everyday life

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Introduction :

  • I am going to talk about the notion of Spaces and exchanges. Firstly, I am going to define an exchange that is an act of giving and receiving something else in return.
  • To illustrate this concept I would like to talk about the global cities. Cities can be considered as global if they have a impact on the world.
  • I go to answer reply at the problem : What impact do global cities have on people’s everyday lives ?
  • In a first part we will see the impact of global cities on people’s everyday lives, them in a second part we speak the diversity and exchanges of the global cities.

I – The impact of global cities on people’s everyday lives

  • First of all we will see the impact of global cities on people’s everyday lives. Singapore such as London has positive aspects on inhabitants. There are nice life conditions in this city-state thanks to its high quality schools and the cleanness of its streets.
  • But those perfect cities has drawbacks. In fact, the rich became richest, but the non-rich became poorer, and live in poor conditions. There is a social injustice! The child workers are used to work in inhumane conditions, as well as human trafficking. It is pitiful.

II- Diversity and exchanges

  • The global cities are not a completely new phenomen: London has long  had of international importance; but new cities have emerged, such as singapore.
  • Lot of has been done to help people live together Singapore is a very strict city and that explain its cleanness (you aren’t allowed to chew chewing-gum or to smoke outside, otherwise you could get a one thousand dollars fine).
  • Moreover, Singapore has too many rules and as a consequence, it's a very controlled society, were there are no real individual freedom.

Conclusion

  • To sum up, it’s obvious that global cities, like London or Singapore, have a real impact on people and on exchanges. Whether it be the cultural diversity, life condition or pollution, these impacts are both positive and negative. And I think that to make the world a better place, global cities have to exist. 
  •  But the global cities such as London or Singapore created problems, that we are nowadays trying to solve.

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