Influence Of Czech Culture

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Influence of Czech culture by the Third Culture kids The culture of Czech Republic is influenced by many aspects, most of them are influenced by the history, because of this a most of Czech population believe that the foreigners are laughable. However, there has occurred a lot of foreign companies, foreigners and foreign investments that has made the country to work. These people have arose after the Velvet revolution with the downfall of communism, for example the people from Vietnam have immigrated to Czech Republic during the communist epoch as they were invited to labour here in the factories. Most of the people who have immigrated here became ATCK’s. Vietnamese society has created a lot of new opportunities and occupations in Czech Republic,…show more content…
European countries have a Schengen area, therefore the people from European countries can move freely without working permission. This brings a lot of other people from European countries to our state as they seek more wisdom. Yet, most of the people are watching the ministry of foreign affairs of their home country in order to see the changes in relationship between the countries. Most of the students also have a great opportunity to take a “Erasmus” program, which can take you to another country to support the learning throughout the world, that is how Aggeliki Karsinou, a teacher from 1st International school of Ostrava got here “I decided to come to Czech Republic when I participated in the European programme of "Erasmus" and I decided to stay.”. That is also how most of the foreign teachers came to Czech Republic. This people from European countries have not experienced xenophobia from Czech citizens. “Erasmus” program also brings the customs of other countries to our country and bring the cultural heritage. However, most of the TCKs also believe that they bring their positive thinking to the Czech Republic, “We bring our great culture, our positive way of thinking and our great cuisine”, as Czech Republic is believed to be negative about almost…show more content…
If we consider all the foreigners in Czech Republic, the number has changed significantly by 600% the past 20 years, as we may see on the figure 1, and if we allow them to become our citizens, to gain our culture, we may show the rest of the world our traditions, which will then be preserved. One of the possible solutions may be a dual citizenship. In a different countries, for example Germany, the country supports dual citizenship and therefore even more people learn their
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