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My Own Culture - growing up in Malay culture.
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GSM5550 CROSS CULTURE MANAGEMENT
MY OWN CULTURE
Symbols, Rituals, Role Models, Values and Assumptions.
I was born in the small family. I was the only daughter among four siblings. As children, we were tight by the rules set by my parents. As a child, i must commit with my parents order. Among the things that I remember most so far is the way I dress up. My daily wear is 'baju kurung', this is because my mother did not want me to dressed up just like my brothers. For her 'baju kurung' is a symbol of Malay women and she wants me to look polite. I wear 'baju kurung every day until i finished my secondary school. I change the way I dress accordingly when I go to college. Then I realize that what my parents do is they want me to commit with the religious, until now I never wear something that against our religion. But nowadays, most of parents did not really care how they want their child being dress as long it is still in proper manner and not against their religion. Everything can change; even some rituals, traditions and
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