However in Hong Kong and Macau fewer people speak Mandarin, so they tend to use English to communicate with people from other parts of China or Taiwan. • Each of the major varieties of Chinese has numerous dialects. For example, Mandarin can be divided into northern, southern and south-western dialects, which are more or less mutually intelligible. Then these are some of Chinese traditional language based on several regions, such as: Pŭtōnghuà (Mandarin) pŭtōnghuà / huáyŭ / guóyŭ Mandarin is spoken by possibly more people than any other language: over 1.3 billion. It is the main language of government, the media and education in China and Taiwan, and one of the four official languages in Singapore.
Finally, the assumption that the scheme is hunting the rice industry and the country’s finance is accepted. Besides, the source of capital funds, which farmers would gain, is an important crop so that some theorists that democracy should not be only tangible but have to be responsible. Therefore, it is important to manage resources and opportunities in spite of the people. However, the possibility that it would be the irresponsible polices cannot be denied but there are ways to reduce risks. There seem to be stillroom for a considerable measure of disagreement about resource allocation In the last resort, it’s much difficult to make a fair judgment on the rice policy.
Astonishment FINDING OF CHINATOWN • Singapore Chinatown has its special highlights. Being a multi-racial and multi-social society since its establishing, Singapore Chinatown is not the elite circle of the ethnic Chinese. • From its initial days, Indians and Muslims had lived close by the Chinese. • Indian Temples, Mosques, and holy places can be found close by Chinese Temples and Monasteries. • During major Chinese celebrations, the mosque and Indian Temples put out vast welcome pennants to send their all the best for the celebration.
Quanzhou Port is more than 1,300 years and the world's largest port in the history of the millennia of the world. It is the only one in the world recognized as the starting point of the maritime Silk Road. It located in Quanzhou City, Jinjiang downstream of the southeast coastal harbor, and south to Quanzhou Wai Tau Bay Tongan District Lianhe. It is one of the three major ports in Fujian Province because of the 541 km in length of the coastline. Historically, Quanzhou Port become the world most famous port due to the jurisdiction over the four Bays, 5 Ports, and 16 operating areas.
Malaysia or the Federation of Malaysia consists of thirteen states with nine of which having sultans or rajas. One of among the nine sultans is chosen every five years to be the Yang di-Pertuan Agong of all Malaysia or the constitutional monarch. 50% of the Malaysian population were Malays, 24% were Chinese, 7% were Indians, and the rest were composed of different minority groups such as Eurasians. Islam is the prevailing religion in the country (Beng & Saravanamuttu, 2010). As of July 2014, according to the CIA World Fact Book, the estimated population for Malaysia is 30 million, which in comparison to the Philippines’, is just one-third more or less.
To start, indigenous peoples are defined as “those which, having a historical continuity with pre-invasion and pre-colonial societies that developed on their territories.” (UN.org)) Descendants of the indigenous people suffer in great discrimination and violation of their rights. This is due to the continuation of historical injustice, which leads to neglect from the government on their rights and culture. Tuvalu, as the fourth smallest independent nation in the world, with its population made up of indigenous people, suffer mainly from effects from climate change and limited resources to fulfill the children’s rights. To solve this issue, Tuvalu calls for countries to put in more financial or supply-based aid to enhance children’s freedom
And to build a new nation with integrity, the focus should be on the root causes which lead to a 30 year old conflict. This chapter gives a brief history of the conflict and the root causes for it. Introduction The major reason for the ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka can be traced back to its colonial history. As was seen in India, the British adapted the divide and rule policy in Sri Lanka. The colonial rule had a major impact on
Ancient legends often conceal Singapore’s early history, but historians now know that Singapore contained cities, albeit being extremely small. The most significant of these cities was Temasek, the ‘Sea Town’. It was situated on the edge of Singapore, and when it was at its peak of prosperity, it displayed a glamorous earthen city wall and a moat that kept intruders out. Archeological digs have uncovered jewellry, coins and even pottery which dates back to the 14th century, with the goods originating from multiple societies, like China, India and Sri Lanka. That showed that Temasek was a widely known and accepted trading port and a multi-cultural city.
Manila Bulletin, having a slogan of “The Nation’s Leading Newspaper”, is largest Philippine newspaper in terms of circulation (Manila Bulletin, 2005). The newspaper is considered to be the second-oldest newspaper next to The Manila Times. 1900 was the year Manila Bulletin was founded. The shipping journal was owned by Hanz Menzi (mb.com). Moreover, as a shipping journal, it changed its name over the years.