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The video offers a perfect snapshot of Kuaishou’s successful strategy of billing itself as a platform for grassroots users from beyond China’s most cosmopolitan cities, such as Beijing and Shanghai.

From Quartz

You had utilitarians, you had people who are more Rawlsian, you had cosmopolitans who believe national borders are basically ethically irrelevant, and you had people who believe borders are very relevant.

From Vox

The Ohio River city was once a titan of the iron industry, a cosmopolitan town with four newspapers and a pro football team, a key cog in the underground railroad for slaves seeking freedom in the North.

From Ozy

The architecture, culture, cosmopolitanism, and engagement of the local population could hardly fail to impress.

Many argue he ended a long era of cosmopolitanism and liberalism in Egypt.

Still, he cultivated his easy-going cosmopolitanism to pose as a careless adventurer.

But when the day arrived, my internationalism and cosmopolitanism, a gradual and unconscious growth, suddenly disappeared.

He gloried in her innocence, and it was pleasant to dazzle her with impressions of his cosmopolitanism.

Certainly a reaction is setting in, away from the old universality, back, away from cosmopolitanism and internationalism.

Mobility and cosmopolitanism are of the very essence of the Society.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cosmopolitanism, such as: elegance, flair, grace, mode, sophistication, and taste.

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