'Nowadays many countries have very cosmopolitan cities with people from all over the world. How can the government ensure that all these people can live together harmoniously?'

As a result
of the accelerating process of globalization in various aspects, many countries have very cosmopolitan cities and varied ethnic mix, which invariably result in government’s responsibility that ensure that new arrivals can live together harmoniously. On the one hand, governments should provide free classes about the
culture
of the country they are living in and of course
,
Accept space
,
including language courses. When they are influenced with foreign products or
culture
, they may gradually get used to local traditional values or ways of life, so
this
would have a positive impact on a peaceful and close-knit society in the long run.
On the other hand
,
Accept space
,
government can encourage new arrivals to take the value of their own
culture
and products. Generally speaking, sharing something across the globe can contribute to a deeper mutual understanding between different nations.
For example
, a piece of country music by John Denver may well shed light on the peaceful daily life of Americans while a pop song by Cui Jian may introduce to Westerners a much more familiar China.There is overwhelming evidence of
this
when we consider Japan, or China, or even the US, which tend to incorporate the international elements into the local. To conclude, I am quite optimistic about the prospect of an increasingly amicable and united world. By the means of offering free classes and encouraging new arrivals to take the value of their own
culture
and products. Of course, some minority groups may be put at a disadvantage since they cannot receive equal attention as native groups. So I
also
advocate that governments or other bodies should make efforts to bring these minorities into the international horizon.
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