Solution:The above statement is true.
The Indus Valley Civilisation engaged in active trade with West Asia as early as 3000 BCE. Southeast Asia saw the spread of Buddhism. Thus due to China and the surrounding area, cowries from the Maldives, which were used as currency, were discovered. Even infectious bacteria have been spreading since the seventh century. These connections caused the emergence of a global society and the subsequent flow of capital. "Spaghetti" is the name given to Chinese noodles brought to the west. The pasta was brought to Sicily, an Italian island in the sea, by Arab traders. India and Japan are also familiar with similar cuisines.