Travelling abroad Essay

1705 Words Oct 19th, 2014 7 Pages
Topic: Travelling abroad
Title: Flying yourself by travelling abroad
Group: Fireflies
Members: Nguyen Ngoc Minh Hang (leader)
Nguyen Thuy Ngan
Tran Phuong Nga
Bui Thi Phuong Dung
Dam Thi Van Trang

(Minh Hang) Good morning teacher, good morning everyone. First of all, let me thank you all for coming here today. For those who may not know me, my name is Nguyen Ngoc Minh Hang and I am the leader of my group, whose name is Fireflies. We find that 5 members of our group are like 5 fireflies that are small and simple but always bright and cheerful.
Now it is the time for you to meet five of us. First is Tran Phuong Nga, who is usually called ‘eating girl’ because all of her
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Travelling abroad will give us the opportunity to meet new friends. Whether with a friend, or with family, traveling is certainly the best way to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.
It helps you get plenty of time to relax and enjoy yourself to the fullest. When you return from vacation, you will have high energy levels to continue an active day. It is an effective stress remover for those with demanding jobs.
To sum up, foreign travel will give you many different benefits. However, it has not only advantages but also disadvantages. Next Ngan will point out its problems.

(Thuy Ngan) Along with many advantages that travelling abroad brings to us in part 1, there are some disadvantages that we should take into consideration before setting off.
As a start, on social level, difference in culture and language can lead to culture shocks, language barrier, misunderstanding and increased tension between different communities. And travellers can encounter racial discrimination and negative reactions such as unfriendliness, hostility. For example, the occidental often greet another person with an embrace and kiss in order to express esteem but the oriental only shake hand because embrace only for lovers so this action may lead to misunderstanding. Moreover, powerful experience in foreign countries can alter the traveller’s way of thinking and they lose their cultural identity. Take an Asian traveller to

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