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GA Chair Discusses Public Relations, Cultures and Corporate Social Responsibility on his tour of Asia

February 18, 2010

 

In what was his first institutional tour of Asia, John expressed his joy at visiting institutions of higher learning where students bring energy, curiosity and optimism, and the faculty and administration bring wisdom, experience and tradition. 

In his address to the students and delegates, John highlighted how in a democratic society, citizens can disagree on everything, except the way to resolve their differences - and that must be in non-violent mode through dialogue, compromise and the evolution of reciprocal relationships.

"Yes, over time, nations do change. Cultures do evolve. Societies and their political and economic systems do develop. Often, public relations professionals can help..."

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