Multiculturalism can be defined as cultural diversity or the evolution of it, where people from different ethnicities coexist; it can also refer to an integrative policy adopted by a multicultural nation (Patil, 2015). Just like a two sides of a coin, multiculralism too has its own advantages and disadvantages. Supporters of multiculturalism argues about the many advantages that existence of many culture bring it in the host nation or in host society. One such major advantage is the learning of the different perspective by the people of the host nation. People learn the new culture, language, fashion style, food, etc which enriches the knowledge of the people living in the society or country.
So, the diversity among races are very important things . The Prime Minister Of Malaysia affirm “ Every of Malaysian must unite among each other” he affirm his words because she want to make sure our beloved country can perform well especially in economic platform” as we know that Malaysians have a variety of traditional costumes by each nation . The variety of clothing which shows the uniqueness of Malaysia is a small country which is formed of two islands . as we can see , the Chinese wear cheongsam and samfu , the famous Indian sarree and Punjabi and Malay famous for Baju Kurung , Kebaya and Baju Melayu. We can see today the majority of Malaysians have begun to try to wear clothes other
But nowadays it is seldom used except in the Spring Festival. And shaking hands is more popular and appropriate on some formal occasions. But at present Chinese youngsters tend to simply nod as a greeting. Shaking hands in an affirmative manner is widely accepted and common practice in Chinese business
In addition, the experience of new East Asian values in this East Asian society is just accessible to the urban center and upper-white collar classes who can stand to appreciate these social items. Along these lines, social, political, and financial class still is an obstruction to the spread of this experience of new East Asian innovation. Then, hopefully, the youth won 't obsessed too much with Korean culture and forget about their own
If you get to know them first before talking about business matter will make most of the trips more fruitful as it is much easier to close the deal with great personal relationship. In Singapore it is different from Korea because if you have high authority people will respect you no matter you are old or young, but respecting elders and seniors regardless of their authority still exist in the Chinese and
Introduction The case is a model of US quick casual restaurant company: Levendary Café 's which entered China market. Business environment in which subsidiaries of Levendary in China currently operate differ to a large extent from the business environment in which they operated in US. Although US company were already at that time more oriented towards the concepts, long time building culture and its brand. At the same time it interested in the field of international activities especially in China market. According to the information given in the case study we can argue that the US business environment in which Levendary Café 's operated was relatively stable and its culture "look and feel" was consist.
Malaysia consists of three main races which are Malays, Chinese and Indians who are living together peacefully under the same roof. Have you ever wondered, how can we still live as citizens of Malaysia in unity although our race, religion, culture, food and even language are different from each other? According to the statistics, Malaysia has a population of 23.27 million consisting 61 percent Malays, 30 percent Chinese, 8 percent Indians and 1 percent of other ethnic groups. In Sabah and Sarawak they have numerous different tribes with their own unique culture, language and also clothes. We can see the assimilation of culture that citizens these days showed us.
However, Malaysia is not only magnetizing tourists, but somehow flocked many immigrants to settle in Malaysia for a living and hoping for a better life (Lek 2016). The purpose of this paper is to put on view the various dilemmas of migration faced not only by Malaysian government, non-governmental organization and civil society, but also to unveil the struggles of the foreign immigrant in coping with the policies and responses from the country. The aim of this research study is to improve understanding of migration in Malaysian context and on top of that to reflection upon the matter in relation to poverty, oppression and injustice in the promotion of sustainable development and human dignity. Keywords: Migration, Malaysia, foreign labor, workers BRIEF STATISTICS OF FOREIGN LABOR IN MALAYSIA In the history of Malaysia, as
Globalization has led to free trade across many countries and allows for much lower prices for our market. With this trading of goods, products, and services, there is also information being shared about recent research and allows for the movement and melding of knowledge across the globe. With Globalization it allows the smaller more undeveloped countries to earn money and produce goods for the larger countries at a better price. “Gradually there is a world power that is being created instead of compartmentalized power sectors. Politics is merging and decisions that are being taken are actually beneficial for people all over the world” (Collins).
Globalization can be representing “shrinkage” of the world with an increase in the “thickness” of human interaction, according to Ervin and Smith (2008). It means that human activities in different aspects makes the distance between countries to countries mainly because of the rapid development of the technology and transportation. The impact of globalization has been widely discussed in our society. The impact towards the development of Hong Kong culture can be positive or negative. There are two arguments being discussed in some academic literature: those who argue that globalization mainly causes cultural homogenization, bringing negative effect to the local culture (Barker, 2003; Surlin, 1991), and those who argue that the globalization