Fiji Cultural Analysis

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Chapter 1: CULTURAL ANALYSIS The chapter pertains to the cultural environment of Fiji. We try to research and examine everything about the customs, traditions, beliefs, behaviors, and practices of Fijians to find out what will be our product. The introduction, tells us the main points in Fiji’s cultural analysis. I. INTRODUCTION Fiji is an island and tropical country surrounded by 330 islands with two major islands, the Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Fiji is known for being the tourists spot in the South Pacific. Fiji is one of the most developed economies in the part of pacific because of the forest, mineral, and fish resources. Recently, Fiji’s main sources of foreign exchange are the tourist industry and sugar exports. The country has a convincing…show more content…
In fact, Fiji is a collectivist country which means they love to spend their time with their family and friends. That is the reason why Fijians are known for having a great hospitality. Based on our research, Fijians is a traditional country in which people from Fiji and other country are appreciating and respecting the culture of Fiji. So we decided to put up a business wherein Fijians and foreign can easily found the souvenirs that is handmade and museum that will show the history of Fiji. It also has thelargest collection of quality shopping, dining, fun indoor activities, halls for any programs and revolving restaurant. The DelaManaMall – Where everything is here. II. RELEVANT…show more content…
They admire the Tongans and their manufactures, most especially bark cloth and clubs which valued and in demand. Fijians called their home Viti, but Tongans called it as Fiji. Around 3500 to 1000 BC Fijian town shows that Fiji was already settled. In past centuries, a unique Fijian culture has developed. Consistent warfare and cannibalism between tribes is quite uncontrollable and it serves as part of their everyday life. But in year 1970 Fiji became independent after a century as a British colony, when Democratic rule was postponed by the two military coups in 1987 that caused a government perceived as recognized by Indian community. In 1997 a new constitution was made and it is more equitable. That resulted a free and peaceful election in 1999 by an Indo- Fijian. Fiji comprises of approximately 330 islands, about one - third are inhabited. It covers about 1.3 million square kilometers of the South Pacific Ocean. The two major islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.

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