This article piece was particularly very interested for me because I had similar experiences with Barbie. It talks about how Barbie in India was consumed and how it affected in the context of transnationalism and economic liberalization. Being grew up in Japan, and I have experienced that other culture, especially from U.S., has widespread in my country and kind of transformed the original culture and recreated a new culture. I think this was the transnationalism that the author is talking about, and similar things happened to consumers in India. In case of Barbie, the general Barbie was marketed in my country, different from the Barbie in India, but still it gave us the sense of "buying of America." As the world is becoming more and more global, we now see lots of transnationalism in every culture. I think that transnationalism through economic liberalization, and through consumer subject is a good thing for each country to represent their culture and exchange it with one another.