Linking BRISTOL AM.ppt

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Linking BRISTOL AM.ppt

  1. 1. Linking BRISTOL to MUMBAI …
  2. 2. An Obvious Link: Shopping! Although this may not be something that is specifically linked to Bristol, due to Primark having stores all over the country, we still have trade with the country through the clothing we buy. A lot of the clothing that is purchased from Primark, is rumoured to have been made in places such as India. They are thought to be produced in places called “sweatshops” which can sometimes be small, illegally-run factories that produce the products for large companies, commonly found in slum-like areas. The clothes are not made by machinery, but are hand-woven by people in small, crowded buildings in the slums. This is a very brief link from Bristol to Mumbai.
  3. 3. More SHOPPING.. <ul><li>It’s not just about the products coming to us from India, it’s also about UK stores opening up in other countries, such as India. </li></ul><ul><li>Stores including: </li></ul><ul><li>NEXT, </li></ul><ul><li>Marks and Spencers, </li></ul><ul><li>Clarks and </li></ul><ul><li>La Senza… </li></ul>
  4. 4. Linked through the MEDIA… Mumbai is the Bollywood hotspot for India. The idea is a huge hit in India and the films have been sold worldwide. With ethnicity increasing in our own country, sales across the world will be profitable. No doubt the trade of Bollywood films is brought over into our own city.
  5. 5. Linked through the MEDIA… Mumbai is the Bollywood hotspot for India. The idea is a huge hit in India and the films have been sold worldwide. With ethnicity increasing in our own country, sales across the world will be profitable. No doubt the trade of Bollywood films is brought over into our own city.
  6. 6. Mumbai -> FOOD ← Bristol The UK as a whole shows its’ interesting variety of culture when it comes to food and the different sorts that are available. In England, Chinese, Indian, Korean, Italian etc restaurants can all be found in our cities. Indian food (specific spices or ingredients) may be imported into our country from India itself to fully enhance the experience of eating dishes from their country. The food will most likely be transported to another place before being delivered to the restaurants in our city, making the link between the cities rather large. However, the link is still there exists therefore proving that Mumbai and Bristol are thinly connected to one another in different ways.

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