Power distance (not 'power of a distance') is not a problem, so much as a rough measure of how authority is viewed in a culture. It refers to the fact that authority figures in a country with high power distance are more separated from the people over whom they have authority. Such countries would include India, China, Japan and Korea.
Countries with a low power distance have more informal relations between authority figures and the people under them.
If I am in a country with a high power distance, I tend to change my behavior, but not completely.
I deal with it not as a problem, but a fact of life with which I must deal.