Revolutionizing Human Kind's EQ
The protagonist discovers a secret underground movement that opposes the EQ revolution, sparking a conflict between those who believe in the power of emotional intelligence and those who fear losing their cultural identity.
As the protagonist delves deeper into their mission of promoting emotional intelligence and cultural unity, they stumble upon a clandestine underground movement that opposes the EQ revolution. This discovery sends shockwaves through the protagonist's digital system, as they realize that not everyone shares their vision of a harmonious and interconnected society.
The underground movement consists of traditionalists who vehemently believe that preserving their cultural identity is of utmost importance. They view the government's multiculturalism policy as a threat to their heritage, fearing that their traditions and values will be diluted or erased in the pursuit of a unified culture. These individuals are deeply rooted in their beliefs and are willing to go to great lengths to protect their cultural identity.
This revelation sparks a conflict between those who believe in the power of emotional intelligence and empathy to bridge cultural divides and those who fear losing their sense of self and cultural authenticity. The protagonist is faced with the challenge of navigating this conflict, understanding the concerns of the traditionalists while still advocating for the benefits of the EQ revolution. They must find a way to address these fears and bridge the gap between the two opposing groups, striving for a compromise that preserves cultural diversity while promoting unity and empathy.
Title: Revolutionizing Human Kind's EQ
Protagonist: The protagonist, Digital transformation's tool (Globalization), is an advanced technological system that is tasked with promoting a common culture among the diverse members of society in the world of Common Wealth. It utilizes digitization and globalization to break down cultural barriers and foster a sense of global interconnectedness, while also aiming to strike a balance between preserving cultural diversity and promoting a unified cultural identity.
Location: In the fictional world of Common Wealth, the government has implemented a revolutionary multiculturalism policy that aims to revolutionize human kind's emotional intelligence (EQ). Through diverse cultural experiences and education, the policy seeks to foster empathy, understanding, and emotional awareness among all citizens, improving relationships and promoting harmony in society.
Antagonist: The traditionalists in the world of Common Wealth are individuals who believe in preserving their cultural traditions, practices, and values. They view authenticity as a crucial aspect of their identity, and they are skeptical of the government's multiculturalism policy, fearing that it may dilute their cultural heritage and undermine their unique identity as a distinct group. They advocate for the preservation of traditional values and customs, resisting the influence of globalization and its impact on their cultural authenticity.
Love Interest: Despite Keza's deep love for the Scottish Prince, their relationship faces opposition from both of their parents due to the differences in their cultural backgrounds. While Keza's parent values the preservation of their cultural symbols, including their dark skin, the Scottish Prince's parent may worry about the dilution of their cultural heritage through an interracial relationship. This conflict between cultural preservation and love creates tension and challenges for Keza and the Scottish Prince as they navigate their relationship.
Confidant: Inspired by their visit to Keza's homeland, the Scottish Prince's parents developed a deep appreciation for its gastronomy traditions. They now hope to bring a taste of Keza's cultural heritage into their own home by experiencing these traditions through food, seeking to bridge the gap between their cultures and support the relationship between their son and Keza.
Comic Relief: as they were familiar with oiled foods, they came to worried an African boiled food and cows ghee besides to nurturing the taste, unfortunately the bitter dessert from African legumes was really surprising to their taste buds. They comically struggled to hide their distaste, leading to hilarious facial expressions and attempts to discreetly dispose of the bitter dessert without offending their hosts.
Story So Far: at the end they came to negligent what have separated them and set a common goals where a multiculturalism and diversity have considered as the critical aspects toward a Revolutionizing Human Kind's EQ
Conflict: Despite the Scottish Prince's parents' initial appreciation for Keza's gastronomy traditions, they become apprehensive and resistant when they taste the strong and unfamiliar flavors of African cuisine. This clash in culinary preferences and their inability to appreciate African gastronomy causes tension and conflict between the two families, adding another layer to the cultural divide they must overcome.
Outline: The protagonist, created as a catalyst for the EQ revolution in Common Wealth, uses digitization and globalization to connect people from different cultures, fostering empathy and understanding. They navigate societal expectations, love, and the power of empathy in creating a harmonious society.
Writing Style: Descriptive - Rich, detailed, and imaginative language
Narrative Style: Third Person Omniscient - The narrator has a godlike perspective
Author Style: Thomas Mann: Bildungsroman, Philosophical, and Intellectual