Thursday, May 20, 2010

Made in Malaysia

Robert Weber had this published in The New Yorker in May of 2000.  It covers a lot of topics, including globalization, fair trade, manufacturing, education, etc. Actually, I think this would be a fantastic way to teach geography.  Even make it into a contest to see which kid could find the thing manufactured from farthest away, which kid had the most things manufactured the closest, put points on the map showing where all of the things come from, etc. 

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