Some believe that people today have no interest in maintaining the traditional culture of their country or region. Others believe that it is still important to people that we preserve a traditional way of life. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.


In this day and age, people still have different thoughts about the significance of cultural tradition in each community. There is a school of thought that says that people hardly do people indulge themselves with their local customs, others advocate protecting their unique lifestyles. Nonetheless, I am of the opinion that the latter is of utmost significance.

First, I believe that globalization in developed regions has tremendously affected people’s perspectives towards local customs or beliefs. There is no denying that the advances in technology have driven the fast-paced and busy lives in many communities, which in turn triggered the gradual disappearance of traditions. Furthermore, the emergence of various forms of entertainment including games or virtual experience, facilitate humans’ immersion in their entertaining world without geography barriers. Second, it is generally accepted that there are still negative and detrimental customs which ought to be abolished. For example, some ethnic minorities in Viet Nam still adopt the belief of compulsory child marriage, which is morally unacceptable.

Nonetheless, there are several rationales about why it is vital for cultural traditions to be preserved. It is believed that it is these traditions that play an integral role in a community’s identity. To be more specific, the local people can differentiate themselves from other locals and societies, thereby making the world heterogeneous rather than homogenous. Besides, distinguishable cultures can also lead to increasingly developed tourism. It is thought that if regions and nations were identical, travelers would lose their interest in this form of relaxation.

In conclusion, I believe that although rapid development throughout the world has affected humanity’s lives, cultural traditions are key to the differentiation among countries.

In this day and age, people still have different thoughts about the significance of cultural tradition in each community. There is a school of thought that Some say that people hardly do people indulge themselves are increasingly becoming disconnected with their local customs, whereas others advocate protecting their the unique lifestyles and traditions of individual cultures. Nonetheless, I am of the opinion that tend to agree with the latter position. is of utmost significance.

First, I believe that globalization in developed regions has tremendously affected people’s perspectives towards local customs or beliefs. There is no denying that the advances in technology have driven the fast-paced and busy lives in many communities, which in turn triggered the gradual disappearance erosion of local traditions. [ 1] Furthermore, the emergence of various forms of entertainment including games or virtual experience, facilitate humans’ immersion in their entertaining world without geography barriers. Second, it is generally accepted that there are still negative and detrimental some local customs are detrimental to people’s welfare and are naturally disappearing. which ought to be abolished. For example, some ethnic minorities in Vietnam still adopt the belief of compulsory child marriage, which is morally unacceptable. Thus, there is no harm in the demise of such customs.

Nonetheless, there are several rationales about for why it is vital for cultural traditions to be preserved. It is believed that First, it is these traditions that play an integral role in maintaining a community’s identity. To be more specific, the it is through local traditions that people societies can differentiate themselves from other locals and societies. , thereby making Thus, loss of particular customs and traditions means the world will be heterogeneous rather than homogeneous and diversity will disappear. Besides, distinguishable cultures can also lead to increasingly developed This would be highly detrimental for societies and their economies including the tourism industry. It is thought that If regions and nations were identical, uniform, travelers would have little incentive to go to different places. lose their interest in this form of relaxation.

In conclusion, I believe that although rapid development throughout the world globalization has affected humanity’s lives, cultural traditions, those are still key to maintaining national identity and cultural diversity. the differentiation among countries.

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[ 1]: Give an example about how the internet has impacted local traditions.

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My example:

Because of the widely-used social media, the Internet has made online traveling possible when users can view the traditions through videos or posts.

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My example:

Because of the widely-used wide use of social media, the Internet has made online traveling possible, when whereby users can view the learn about exotic traditions through videos or posts.

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That example doesn’t fit in the first body paragraph. In fact, it argues against it!

What I meant was this:

The structure of a body paragraph should be general to specific. That means you start with a general idea and you zoom onto it by giving more details and even specific examples to support the idea. Therefore, I meant that you should include an example in that first body paragraph of how the internet has negatively impacted local customs and traditions.

hey HongNhatTan, I think you should write like this:" Nowadays, the Internet is bringing out many detrimental or negative trends. For instance, people are arguing whether schoolboys should put on
"ao dai" when there is a clip showing a boy wearing ao dai.
PLEASE CORRECT MY GRAMMAR, MR [email protected]!

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For example,

Because of the internet, young people all over the world are more likely to play the same online games than the traditional games of their country. Similarly, they watch YouTube videos instead of learning their own songs and folklore.

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