Cultural Impacts Of Globalization In Singapore

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The city-state of Singapore is a small island located at the southern tip of Malay Peninsula. Singapore is a cosmopolitan city, where variety of cultures merges together such as Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Caucasian. It is one of a good example of a country that embraces globalization. These four interwoven cultures have created a genuine blending of traditions, believes, and ideas. A fusion of cultures in which Singapore brought in, has created a multi-disciplinary notions and practices, rooted in many cultural traditions. This has altered and transforms the peoples ' way of life according to the local context
How globalisation impacted the culture
Singapore, after its independence has become a hub open to the flow of people, ideas, capital, goods and services. All these are possible because of globalisation which not only help Singapore in attaining actual economic growth through increased international trade, but also aided Singapore in successfully becoming a multicultural society. Globalization refers to the widening, deepening and speeding up of global interconnectedness, interpenetration and the interchange of worldviews, products, ideas and other aspects of culture. Globalization has impacted Singapore on various aspects but one aspect of ‘Singaporean’ is aiding multiculturalism as they have brought people of different culture and races together and gave them an opportunity to interact with one another and hence created a common identity. It has since
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