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The 2nd day of the Congress focused on "Globalization’s Benefits and Challenges for Asia"
by Jose Aranas
Tagaytay City, Philippines—Economy of Communion’s Pan-Asian Congress 2016 welcomed even more participants on its second day themed Globalization’s Benefits and Challenges for Asia. After an incisive recap of the previous day’s thoughts and learnings, Dr. Anette Pelksman-Balaoing of Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands talked about “Globalized Asia: New Opportunities for Solidarity,” stressing mainly that solidarity is key to unlocking the potentials of Asian societies and how rediscovering their ideals and rich heritage can change the face of globalization towards more life-valuing economics.