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Assignment 4 Business Communication

By agung-praptapa | March 22, 2011

Please collect assignment 4 here. You are required to search some cultural differences that may influence business communication.

Topics: AP Business Communication | 4,962 Comments »

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  1. Muhammad Nasrullah Says:
    March 23rd, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    MUHAMMAD NASRULLAH
    C1L010016

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.

    Answers :

    # About Japanese :

    1. In Japan, the number “4″ and “9″ not liked, so often there is no room number “4″ and “9″. “4″ is pronounced “shi” sound with the same meaning “dead”, while “9″ is pronounced “ku”, the same sound with meaning “kurushii / miserable.

    2. The Japanese like the number “8″. The prices of goods mostly ending in “8″. Milk for example, 198 yen. But because current rules require a listed price of goods must include tax, so maybe this habit will disappear. (Market = Yaoya = inscription reads happyaku kanjinya yes or shop-800).
    any 1 ny jg da gan .. d movie Hachiko hachi tu artiny 8 .. hockey figures bntuk ny krn yg g prnh ptus, jd kyk naek above (who d artikn heaven) tp ttp down to earth ..

    3. If the summer, the drama on TV often show things that are scary (ghosts). TRS ngmpul klo mlm “ordinary ny ad srng who brbau horror games .. any 1 GTU ny horror stories every org msing” SMBIL niupin a candle org dah klo klo a story .. ny myth smua wax sii klo dah dead, ghosts appearing bnran will …

    4. How to read Japanese text there are two styles: the same with books lettered in Roman alphabet letters are read from top to bottom, and the second is from the right-most column to the left. So the front and back of the book opposite the Roman alphabet books (home page located at “the back”).

    5. Signatures in Japan almost never apply for formal purposes, but must wear hanko / Inkan / stamp. Type hanko in Japan there are few, a.l. jitsu-іn, gingko-іn, and mitome-іn.So one person has some kind Inkan sometimes, for various purposes. Іn Inkan-Jitsu is used for very important purposes, like buying a house, buy a car, to be a guarantor, etc..this kind not be registered to shiyakusho. Ginko-іn is the kind of special Inkan used to create an account at the bank. Inkan is registered at the bank. Mitome-іn used for everyday purposes, and not be registered.

    6. If we put signature, sometimes the Japanese will be asked: is read how? If in Japan when needed signature (eg passport, etc..) Usually write their names in Kanji, so that it can be read clearly. While we usually make an abbreviation or a spike so that it can not be copied / read by others.

    7. TV in Japan is dominated by the cook to cook.

    8. A copy of the Japanese self-service, while in Indonesia in-service.

    9. If a taxi ride in Japan, the door opened and closed by the driver. Passengers are allowed to open and close it themselves.

    10. Ever see the way the Japanese do not count “one”, “two”, “three” …. With his finger?If you notice, there are differences with the habits of people of Indonesia. Indonesian people are generally starting from the hands clenched, and when counting “one”, the finger enforced. Counting the “two”, the middle finger enforced, and so on. If the Japanese people, just the opposite. They always start from an open palm, and the way it calculated the opposite of Indonesia. When saying “one”, then the fingers will bend / closed into the palm of the hand.

    11. Bicycles must not be used lift, except that memboncengkannya more than 16 years old and diboncengkan children younger than 1 year and only one who diboncengkan. If violated, the fine up to 20 thousand yen. (Equivalent to USD $ 2,172,494.70)

    12. If ride an escalator in Tokyo, we have to stand on the left, because the right is for people who rush. Never stand on the right if we do not immediately go up.

    13. Dating in Japan really frugal, treat-treat is not Japanese culture dating. So long as man and wife is not so, prepare the money to pay their own.

    14. Pickup boyfriend nor Japanese culture. If you like meeting up, so meeting up at the station.

    15. Never ever say to the Japanese: “I play to the house you yes.” Because it is considered not polite. To his home only if you’ve allowed.

    16. “Aishiteru” which means I love you, rarely used the same people going out, unless they really want to get married. They usually wear “Daisuki desu” for ngungkapin if they care about his girlfriend.

    17. Before traveling, usually Japanese people always check the weather forecast. And 90% weather forecast is accurate. That’s why when people bring umbrellas, surely we would see another person carrying an umbrella as well. And the intersection of Shibuya is the most interesting place when it rains, because of the above we will see a sea of colorful umbrellas.

    18. Cherry blossoms is a special interest in Japan, because the interest grew only 2 weeks for a year. When growing, the flowers meet the entire tree, without leaves. After 2 weeks, none of the cherry blossoms, only green leaves, without interest, and so it is not interesting anymore.

    19. In Indonesia, we would get money if we sell our junk to the store sale. But in Japan, we actually have to pay if you want to put our stuff in the shop buying and selling. That is why the Japanese prefer to leave their former TV once wrote if you want to move apartments.

    20. At the crossroads of Kyoto, small intersection, no cars at all, but there are red lights, pedestrians always stop when the pedestrian signal lights showing red. They relaxed aja, read newspapers, chatting, smoking, and then off again when the lights are green.Though no single passing car. Maybe if they break the rules also would not hurt.

    21. They do not believe in God (the majority of atheists), but they can be disciplined and obey the same rules. Perhaps because it is their country forward.

    # Some Perceptions of Americans

    Europe & especially England. “Americans are stupid and unsubtle. And they are fat and bad dressers.”

    Finland. “Americans always want to say your name: ‘That’s a nice tie, Mikko. Hi Mikko, how are you Mikko’
    Indian. “Americans are always in a hurry. Just watch the way they walk down the street.”

    Kenyan. “Americans are distant. They are not really close to other people — even other Americans.”
    Turkey. “Once we were out in a rural area in the middle of nowhere and saw an American come to a stop sign. Though he could see in both directions for miles, and there was no traffic, he still stopped!”

    Colombia. “In the United States, they think that life is only work.”

    Indonesia. “In the United States everything has to be talked about and analyzed. Even the littlest thing has to be ‘Why, why why?’.”

    Ethiopia. “The American is very explicit. He wants a ‘yes’ or ‘no’. If someone tries to speak figuratively, the American is confused.”

    Iran. “The first time my American professor told me ‘I don’t know, I will have to look it up’, I was shocked. I asked myself ‘Why is he teaching me?’”

    All Americans Are Rich
    That one had me rolling. No. Not even close to the truth. There are a lot of wealthy people in the US, but there are three times as many poor people. But see, this is one of the myths that America puts out there on purpose, trying to lure people over there.

    Americans All Have Big Houses
    To people in Sweden, big means mansion. I think it is fairly safe to say that about 2,000 sq foot is a good dividing mark, realistically. My house in Sweden is slightly bigger than my house was in Richmond, Virginia. They were shocked to find that out. They really thought everyone lived on huge estates complete with maids and butlers. I countered that by showing them pictures of many of America’s inner cities. They had always thought that those were an invention of Hollywood and rappers. Nobody could really live like that, could they?

    Americans Are Fat
    Well. I may be getting a little chunky in my old age, but I am not obese, or even past what is medically considered OK for my height. However, this one is not so much a myth given the fast food tendencies of most Americans… but it isn’t like everyone is grossly obese with a Big Mac in each hand while watching American Idol. It isn’t that bad over there.

  2. Muhammad Nasrullah Says:
    March 23rd, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    MUHAMMAD NASRULLAH
    C1L010016

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.

    Answers :

    #About Death Culture Around The World

    In many cultures in the world, death is something sacred that required a special ceremony to honor or remember those who died. Looks like burial and cremation is a ritual of death is commonly encountered. However, believest you that there are some cultures dispose of the bodies, danced with the corpse to the most terrible is the ritual of eating corpse! … ..
    Please prepare yourself before you read the ritual of unusual deaths below:

    10. Funeral With Nude Dancers

    Attending the funeral ceremonies can be boring, unless there are professional strippers at funerals. In China Donghai area, the funeral was a status symbol. Reputation and honor the dead is considered directly proportional to the number of people who attended his funeral. So the family hired strippers to attract a crowd. The Chinese authorities have begun to crack down on this practice after the incessant media reported.

    9. Dancing With the Dead

    Believe it or not, the Malagasy in Madagascar remove the dead from the grave and do the celebration with them. This ritual called Famadihana believe the spirit of the deceased will be joined by their fathers after his body decomposed. The celebration is accompanied by dances with the dead is held once every seven years and is a joyful family reunion time.

    8. Sky Burial

    Tibet harsh climate and rocky soil make the funeral there was impossible. So, citizens of Buddhism in Tibet often go for a ‘sky burial’ in which the body would be chopped, mixed with flour and set in such a way as to be eaten by birds of prey. They believe that the body is merely a vessel for the soul and must return to nature.

    7. Tana Toraja funeral

    Cemeteries in Tana Toraja region of Indonesia is a great ritual. A funeral is accompanied by music, dance and party to a number of guests. Understandably, death here is an opportunity to hargayang expensive luxury. So, the family of the deceased is given the suspension, they do not need to bury the bodies immediately. They just can wrap it and store it in their homes, while they save money for funeral expenses. Savings can take weeks, months or even years. While that time, the corpse is treated sebagaiorang sick and included in the daily routine. A funeral is actually happening when the family did the ceremony of death and the coffin was placed in a cemetery in the form of cave or hanging on the cliff.

    6. Death fascinates

    People now can ‘wear’ their loved ones on their fingers. An American company that is LifeGem offers opportunity for those who died and loved into a synthetic diamond. This process begins by capturing carbon from the body during cremation of the deceased.Carbon from dead tubuhorang is then converted into graphite subsequently undergo a process with very high temperature and pressure to get a crystal gleaming like diamonds. Prices range from $ 3,500 to $ 20,000 depending on the size of rust.

    5. Fantasy coffins

    If only Elvis died in Teshi (Ghana), then he will be buried in a coffin-shaped guitar.Residents of this suburb Accran in the habit of burying their dead in coffins fantasy. The coffin was a portrait of the deceased profession. replica of a giant bottle of coke, fruit or ‘gadgets’ other will be displayed in the coffin showroom.

    4. Endocannibalisme

    Perhaps this ritual worst death ever. Endocannibalisme is a practice where people eat the dead bodies. The idea behind this terrible habit is the belief that by eating the body of the dead then all at once would ‘suck’ the properties of the deceased for the assimilation of the spirit. Some tribes in South America and Australia are said to have practiced this horrible ritual. But many academics feel endocannibalisme are false accusations thrown by the colonial administration in the early days to get the reason of political domination. According to the anthropologist Napoleon Changon, Yanomamo community of South twentieth-century America was still eating the ashes and remaining bones of the dead after cremation.

    3. Self-mummification

    This makes the near-death ritual sounds like a joke. Some Buddhist monks called Sokushinbutsu in Japan not just commit suicide, they also do so in a way that is believed to cause them to be a mummy. This process begins with a diet of nuts and fruits combined with hard fisikyang activity. Elimination of body fat is achieved with the first step. The second step involves the loss of body fluids and poison their bodies to prevent maggot attack. This is achieved by consuming the skin, roots and poisonous tea for a thousand days.
    At the last stage, the monk was about to enter a tomb stone, sitting in the lotus position and wait for death. He will ring the bell every day to let fellow monks knew that he was still alive. And then when the bell no longer rang, the monks will seal the tomb, to wait 1000 days to go before opening it to verify that mummification.

    2. Fasting To Death

    Vimla Devi, an Indian woman’s fight against cancer, died in 2006. The cause of death was not cancer but fasting for 13 hariyang called santhara. This voluntary death by fasting practiced by the Jains, a community that believes anti-violence towards all beings. Santhara usually begins after a person decides that his life goal has been reached and ready for spiritual purification. Known for a similar ritual, which is often regarded as a form of suicide or euthanasia. However, in the community, santhara this taboo.

    1. Exposure

    Zoroastrians believe that after death the body only makes pollution alone. Cremation or burial ruled out because they assume will pollute the sacred elements like fire and earth.So, they do sebuahritual called the exposure of the dead. The deceased’s body is stored in the tower called the Tower of Silence and allowed to be eaten by vultures. This practice is still carried out in the Indian subcontinent. Reduced Vulture vulture population in India has caused this process to be horrible. Some recent photos, showing the rotting corpses pile on top of Tower in Mumbai (India), and generates controversy in the community.

  3. Sully Kemala Octisari C1L010017 Says:
    March 23rd, 2011 at 11:42 pm

    Sully Kemala Octisari
    C1L010017

    Answer:
    a. Japan
    people in japan like to shopping in supermarket at 19.30, half hour before the shop closed. It has become commonplace that the supermarkets in Japan will cut prices up to half inabout half an hour before closing. As it is known that in Japan Supermarket closes at 20:00.
    This is contary with people in Indonesia that like to shopping in supermarket when the supermarket just open in the morning.

    b. Brazil
    Do not Give Signs “OK” with Your thumb Finger In Brazil. In Brazil, the “OK” to have roughly similar meaning with gesture when you held up your middle finger.
    But, in Indonesia and other country in this world, give a sign with thumb finger is doesnt matter.

    c. Russia,
    flower with even number is given only at funerals. Give flower in an even number means you expect the person receiving the flowers die, So, do not evergive an even number of flowers in the Russian girl who was your crush, except whenthe girl gothic wing satanic cult or a religion

    d. Netherland
    Opening gifts directly in front which gives: if we give a gift to someone, they will directly open it in front of us, and immediately give a compliment or comment on our giving gifts. However, if the concerned already has the goods, or feel does not fit with our choice, they would ask if we still have the receipt receipts of purchase, so that laterthey can exchange or return an item or a gift we had in the place of purchase. It is moreshow their honesty and spontaneity.

    e. Etiophia
    Surma society in Ethiopia has a very unique customs. They looked at the lips of a woman who fitted the plate is an example of a beautiful woman. From childhood, women would put on a plate Ethiopia on hers, that the longer it will be enlarged in size for the bigger the lips.

  4. Bisma Wiratsongko Agung C1L010012 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 12:41 am

    answer :
    1. To Shake or Not to Shake
    Orthodox Jews will not shake hands with someone of the opposite sex, while a strict Muslim woman will not shake hands with a man. To confuse matters, a Muslim man will shake hands with a non-Muslim woman. People in these cultures generally avoid touching people of the opposite sex who are not family members.

    2. Clearing your
    plate
    When dining in China, never force yourself to clear your plate out of politeness — it would be very bad manners for your host not to keep refilling it. Instead, you should leave some food on your plate at each course as an acknowledgment of your host’s generosity.

    3. No Tipping
    In Japan and Korea, a tip is considered an insult, rather than a compliment, and for them, accepting tips is akin to begging. However, this tradition is beginning to change as more Westerners bring their customs with them to these countries.

    4. Mixed Signals
    The “okay” sign (thumb and forefinger touching to make a circle) is very far from okay in much of the world. In Germany and most of South America, it is an insult, similar to giving someone the finger in the United States, while in Turkey it is a derogatory gesture used to imply that someone is homosexual.

    5. The “Peace” Salute
    Similarly, in the U.K., when the two-fingered “V for victory” or “peace” salute is given with the hand turned so that the palm faces inward, it is considered extremely rude, having a meaning similar to raising the middle finger to someone in the United States.

    6. Exposing your Palms
    In Greece, any signal that involves showing your open palm is extremely offensive. Such gestures include waving, as well as making a “stop” sign. If you do wish to wave goodbye to someone in Greece, you need to do so with your palm facing in, like a beauty pageant contestant or a member of the royal family.

    7. Belching
    In China, Taiwan, and much of the Far East, belching is considered a compliment to the chef and a sign that you have eaten well and enjoyed your meal.

  5. Brian Dwi C1L010036 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 2:33 am

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World?

    Answer.
    5 Insane Marriage Rituals From Around the World

    1.
    No shitting
    Practiced in: parts of Malaysia

    There is nothing more beautiful than a wedding. It is after all the couple’s first day as two happily married people, surrounded by friends, flowers and fancy foods. But for the tribes of the Tidong community in northern Borneo, a wedding is the first day of a grueling journey to the deepest levels of Hell and back. It’s the day when the couple must stop pooping for 72 hours.

    The Tidong tradition dictates that a newly married couple be confined to their house and not empty their bowels or urinate under any possible circumstances for the entirety of 3 nights and 3 days. That’s why they are often carefully watched over by family members and given very little food or water. The Tidong people believe that if the couple makes it, they will lead a happy and long life with lots of non-dead children, so the stakes are pretty high here.

    When you think about it, there is a spark of genius in this practice. Nothing binds 2 people for life like going through difficult times together, and there is nothing more difficult than being denied to go to the bathroom for nearly half a week. When the 3 days are up, these people will be closer to each other than ever before, because they will no longer be just husband and wife… They will be poop buddies.

    2.
    Fat Farms
    Practiced in: Mauritania (Africa)

    There are different standards of beauty in every part of the world. For example, despite the majority of Western brides stopping short of having their kidneys removed to lose weight before the big day, some cultures actually find huskier women more attractive…. and are prepared to go to disturbing lengths to put more junk in their women’s trunks. Enter the Mauritanian Fat Farms.
    Fat Farms are sort of the opposite of Fat Camps – a place where brides as young as five are sent to gain weight under the watchful eyes of wrinkled old crones, in order to become more attractive and get married as soon as possible. In the practice known as Leblouh, the girls are force fed a truckload of food—which might include more than 4 pounds of millet and 5 gallons of camel milk a day—and if they vomit, the supervising hags force them to eat it up. Failure to comply is reportedly often met with torture. So OK, maybe those places are not that different from Fat Camps.

    The sad part is, this practice has virtually disappeared until a couple of years ago when a military junta took over the country and reinstated it, probably hoping that fatter women will be easier to catch or something. Not like anyone would sleep with them otherwise, being a bunch of civilian-terrorizing assholes with grenade launchers.

    3.
    Blackening of the bride
    Practiced in: Scotland

    In many ways the Scottish people are just like your typical Europeans but with a few notable quirks: they eat sheep entrails, wear male-skirts and instead of rice, they throw stinking crud like eggs and sauces on their brides.

    This custom is called the “blackening of the bride”, a very old Scottish tradition; some say even older than Sean Connery himself. It’s part of a hazing ritual that actually happens before the wedding. The bride is taken by surprise, by hands down the crummiest friends you could have, and covered from head to toe with all kinds of crap. It can be anything: spoiled milk from the back of your fridge right down to tar and feathers. It serves 2 possible purposes. Either it gets the men in the proper mood, (assuming all Scots have a fetish of homeless chicks who never bathe), or it helps the women deal with the prospect of marriage, because nothing that will happen to them from that point on will be as cruel or humiliating as the blackening.

    It’s sort of like punching your bride right before saying “I do”. No amount of douchebaggery you pull off later in life will ever amount to that, so your lady will at least not be disappointed or, at best, pleasantly surprised. Man, the Scots have this marriage thing figured out.

    4.
    Marrying animals to exorcise ghosts
    Practiced in: some regions of India

    The Western culture is no stranger to superstition, especially during a wedding. Most brides would sooner set fire to the church and postpone the ceremony than to get married without something old, new, borrowed and blue. And don’t even think about trying to catch a glimpse of your wife-to-be before the nuptials or that’s 3 stitches to the temple right there on the spot.

    But the Santhal tribe in India decided to one-up us all and cranked the wedding-crazy dial all the way up to 11. They believe that if a baby girl has a tooth rooted to her upper gum, it’s the obvious sign she will be eaten by a tiger or something in the near future, because ghosts hate her. Therefore, she must marry a dog. Such was the story of Karnamoni Handsa, a 9-year-old Indian girl who “married” the local stray Bacchan amidst the dancing and cheers of her 100 guests getting shitfaced on home-made booze. Huh… Somehow the presence of moonshine in a cross-species wedding is not surprising in the least…

    The good news is, this is nothing but a mock ceremony and the couple don’t have to consummate the wedding. It’s just to ward off the evil spirits so the girl can marry a real boy some time later. Thank God, otherwise this exorcism ritual between a child and a canine would have been really weird.

    5.
    Bride Kidnappings
    Practiced in: The Roma communities (all over the world)

    Most unions can trace their beginnings to that one special night at a frat kegger when the couple first met their gaze in a crowded room and forever cemented their fate by a quicky in the backseat and a broken condom. Some cultures however decided to skip all this romantic crap and go from the “total strangers” phase straight to marriage in one messed-up leap of criminal activity: kidnapping the bride.

    The Romani, also known as Gypsies, for centuries have had this tradition, that if you manage to forcefully kidnap a girl and keep her by your side for 2-3 days, she officially becomes your wife. Long ago this probably made a lot sense, as it helped you avoid buying the bride off the parents or having Thanksgiving dinner with them every year. But even in this day and age it’s not viewed as anything strange in the Roma culture, and many women simply go with the fact that the overweight guy, who cornered them with a bottle of chloroform at a McDonald’s lady’s bathroom, is now the love of their life.

    Some of you are probably wondering, how in the f**k is this legal? Well, it’s a cultural practice of a large ethnic minority and most governments would rather start flossing with razor wire than to commit the PR equivalent of suicide by banning a minority tradition.

  6. Gea Annisa LTB - C1L010027 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 3:16 am

    SWEDEN
    Don’t paint the House without permission from the Government and had to use paint, which became a certified/licensed by the Government.
    SINGAPORE
    1. It’s prohibited to sell chewing gum
    2. Prohibit walks without clothes (naked)
    3. If you are caught spitting three times, you are required to clean the streets on Sunday with carrying an inscription in the chest “I am a Litterer”
    4. Do not flush after urinating in the toilet, may be subject to fines
    UNITED KINGDOM
    1. Don’t sell vegetables on Sunday (except carrot)
    2. Woman doesn’t eat chocolate at public area
    ITALIA
    1. Men who wear mini skirts at public area is punishable by confinement
    2. Hitting people with his fists in danger of criminal abuse. But the people hit with tables and chairs can be considered self-defence.
    CANADA
    1. Don’t take off wound plaster in public area
    2. Don’t shower plant in garden when rains fall
    3. Don’t urinate anywhere in public area in Canada (except in your bathroom)
    4. Don’t climb the tree
    FRANCE
    1. Don’t kissing in the subway
    2. Don’t give a name to your pig “Napoleon”
    USA
    1. ARIZONA
    a. Don’t imitate pastor / reverend
    b. Don’t driving car without wear shoes
    c. The death punishment applies to anyone sprinkled salt on railroad tacks
    2. Alaska
    a. Don’t take a picture bear when bear sleep
    b. Don’t binding pet on roof of the car
    c. Don’t give drink beer to deer
    d. Don’t walk carrying a bow and arrow
    3. FLORIDA
    a. Punishment will give to the woman who sleep when her hair is hair-dryer, except she is owner of the salon
    b. Don’t singing in public area while wearing swim suit
    c. Don’t fart in public area after 6 pm
    d. Don’t raise your glasses and plates more than three pieces a day
    4. Washington
    a. Don’t breastfeeding in public area
    b. Don’t dancing and drinking at the same time
    5. NEW YORK
    a. Don’t greet people while scab on a wound “ngupil”
    b. Don’t wearing sandals after 10 pm
    c. Men don’t get out wearing jacket and trousers not matching
    d. Men don’t get out without wear tops (this is the oldest law in New York since 1900)
    e. Don’t sipping soup
    f. Don’t eating while swimming in sea

  7. RHESA DWI PRABOWO C1L010056 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 5:52 am

    Let us take common ablutions as an example. Australians, like the Americans, prefer a shower every day. The English on the other hand prefer a bath. Why? Has it something to do with the different climates? As in America, a daily shower in Australia must be piping hot or the user feels unclean.

    In Indonesia the traditional bath is called a “˜mandi’. A mandi is a trough about three feet or one metre square and is approximately the same measurement deep. No, the Indonesian does not get in the trough – he/she stands beside the trough and uses what is called in Australia a “˜dipper’. A dipper is a tin not unlike a large preserved fruit tin with a handle on one side. The user takes a dipper full of COLD water and pours it over himself. He then soaps up and continues to wash using the dipper to douse himself with water. Cold water, even in the hottest tropical day, is always extremely cold when left to stand for some time and, as a result, most mandis are very quick and lively affairs.

    Take the ordinary toilet bowl. Ordinary? No, not by any means. The Australian toilet bowl has the water some nine to ten inches down from the top of the bowl. The American toilet bowl has the water no more than three to four inches from the top of the bowl. Very disconcerting for somebody accustomed to the Australian version. How did the Australian toilet bowls come to be designed differently to the American bowl? Could it be that Australia is a nation with a desperate and constant shortage of water – the dry continent? If that is so, it is an illusion and only a perception of saving water for the American cistern holds the same amount of water as its Australian counterpart. The difference is in the design of the outlet bend. In America it is higher than the Australian.

    In Papua New Guinea and other Asian countries the “˜bowl’ is an elongated, porcelain hole set flush with the floor with two foot holds – one on either side. The user squats to use the facility. They do not have a cistern of water and the user is obliged to use a utensil similar to the Australian dipper to flush the unit. Those toilets, for Europeans, are extremely uncomfortable. Yet they do have their advantages. Most Asians have no trouble with their knees and even in old age have no difficulty squatting. Maybe the daily exercise keeps the knees agile? They have the added advantage in that the only part of the anatomy which touches the bowl are the feet thus avoiding unhealthy bodily contact with others.
    Why is electricity so different throughout the world? In Australia and most countries which were former British colonies the system is the 240 volt power system. In the United States the power supply is 110 volts. In some Asian countries you have a choice of either, and even 32 volt systems, making the purchase of electrical goods somewhat hazardous. The 240 volt systems are extremely dangerous making house and industrial wiring a specialist’s job reserved for certified operators
    In Australia the light switch is turned down to switch on the light or utility. In the United States the switch is turned up. The latter makes sense. If the switch becomes worn then, when it fails, the power is turned off. In Australia the power would be turned on when a switch fails.

    In Indonesia it is considered extremely rude to point with the forefinger. It is especially rude if the pointing is towards a person. When pointing the Indonesian uses his thumb.

    It is a common sight in Indonesian to see people with a very long fingernail on one or the other finger of the left hand. The purpose of this is related to the fact that public toilets are extremely rare and often non-existent making it necessary to use whatever facility is available. As a consequence toilet paper is equally rare – thus the long fingernail.

    An Indonesian will never hand you an object with his left hand. For obvious reasons the left hand is considered unclean. An Indonesian passes an object to another person using the right hand palm up with the left hand always supporting the right hand at the wrist. This has a twofold traditional meaning. One is for the reason stated above but it harks back to the times when two enemies met. With the left hand supporting the right wrist it is clear there is no concealed weapon.

    In Thailand it is a grave insult to walk into a person’s house with shoes on. Shoes are discarded at the front door. Not a silly idea really for one leaves all the litter of the streets outside where it belongs.

    Also in Thailand it is considered rude to cross your legs in company and to point your toes at another person. The feet, as the lowest part of the body, are given the lowest esteem and pointing a toe is demeaning to the person at whom the foot is pointed.

    Equally, the head is the most important part of the body and should never be touched by another. Children in most Western countries are familiar with being patted on the head and consider it a compliment. In Thailand it is an insult of the highest order.

    In Thailand and some other Asian countries, when two people meet it is the practice to hold the two hands together in a prayer position. It is called a whai (pro: why) in Thailand and takes the place of the Western handshake. Once again this is a much more hygienic greeting as there is no body contact. How high the hands are raised is an indication of the importance of the person to whom the whai is made. The most common whai between two equals is with the tip of the fingers at nose level. When a person of a lower status meets a person of a higher status the former raises the hands to forehead height and the latter to chest height. A whai is a very convenient way of acknowledging a friend in a crowded room where personal contact is difficult. It seems so much more dignified and sincere to greet with a whai rather than a wave.

    The Royal family of Thailand is held in extreme awe by the Thais and nothing disrespectful is ever heard about them. The film “˜The King and I’ has never been shown in Thailand because it is considered disrespectful to the tradition of the Royal Family. Any person of other than Royal blood must crawl along the floor when in the presence of Royalty. Another person’s head must never be higher than the King’s or any other member of the family.

    A distinctive and personal language is spoken by the Royal family at official functions and only members of the Royal Household and privileged attendants are permitted to use the language. The language dates back into antiquity.

    In Burma, a Buddhist country where temples are common, there is one which is most amusing. It is the custom for men, when attending services at the temples, to sit in the front of the congregation. The women sit at the rear. At one temple where a golden statue of Buddha dominates the building the men, when they look up into the face of the Buddha see a benign look on the face. As one moves back towards the back of the temple the statue’s look gradually changes from the benign and compassionate to a leer with intense sexual connotations. A tribute to the extraordinary skills to the sculptors of that long gone eras and an equal tribute to the memory of Buddha.

    It is those customs which some consider “˜odd’ that make travel worthwhile.

    COLOUR MEANS AROUND THE WORLD

    Colors are an integral part of a brand strategy. The color palette chosen to represent your brand can subconsciously communicate a variety of messages, and it’s been proven through market research that color directly impacts consumers.

    With that in mind, I’ve been looking for a good source to provide some insight into the psychology of color internationally. For example, a color could convey happiness in the United States but mourning in another country. If yours is an international brand, its essential that you consider color meanings throughout the world before you choose the color palette to be used in your logo, marketing materials, etc.

    To illustrate my point, following is a list of colors and their cultural meanings in different countries throughout the world adapted from Foundations of Marketing by Jonathan Groucutt:

    Red
    • Good luck and fortune: China and parts of Africa
    • Danger, warning/alert: Europe, America and Australia/New Zealand
    • Masculinity: Parts of Europe
    • Mourning (dark red): Ivory Coast
    • Death: Turkey

    Blue
    • Immortality: Iran

    Purple
    • Mourning: Brazil
    • Symbol of expense: Asian cultures
    • Organic foods, freshness, environmentally friendly, good health: Many Western nations

    Green
    • High-tech: Japan
    • Luck: Middle East
    • A forbidden color: Indonesia
    • Death: South America and countries with dense jungle areas

    Yellow
    • Feminine: United States and many countries
    • Mourning: Mexico
    • Strength and reliability: Saudi Arabia

    Pink
    • Feminine: United States

    Black
    • Mourning as well as style and elegance: Most Western nations
    • Trust and high quality: China

    White
    • Mourning: Japan and other Far Eastern nations
    • Cleanliness and purity: Western nations

    Brown
    • Disapproval: Nicaragua

    Of course, this list is not all-inclusive, but it provides some good examples of how colors can have different meanings in different parts of the world. For example, if your business operates in Indonesia, you’ll probably want to avoid using the color green to represent your brand since it’s a forbidden color in that country. On the other hand, green is considered to be a lucky color in many other parts of the world.

    Whatever colors you ultimately choose to represent your brand, make sure they accurately convey the message and image of your brand everywhere your company does business.

    THANK YOU.

  8. Candra Kurniawan (C1L009044) Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 6:28 am

    Find the example of Different Culture Around The World!

    1. Do not Give Signs “OK”
    Do not Give Signs “OK” with your Finger On Brazil In Brazil, the “OK” have roughly common sense with gesture when your middle finger you. One of the most famous incident is when the President of the United States, Richard Nixon visited Brazil. When he had just come down from plane, he raised his hands and giving gesture “OK”.

    2. Do not Spend Food Meals
    Do not spend food banquet In China, Thailand and the Philippines. When we guest someone, the most important think is serving delicious food to invited guests. However, in some State, the most important thing is the food provided as adequate for serving the Guest. By spending all banquet food, you expressed disappointment. You told the host that they presented to you too little and not enough to satisfite you.

    3. Do not Thumbs to Top
    Do not Thumbs to Top In the East Middle, this gesture also is an offensive gesture in some Countries in West Africa and South America. If you have your thumbs up to the someone, you want to enter your thumb into the anus that person.

    4. Do not Give Flowers with a number of Even
    In Russia, only an even number of flowers in given at the funeral. Give interest in an even number means that you expect those who receive interest soon died. So, do not ever provide interest in an even number on Russian girl.

    5. Do not Give the Gift of the Hand Left
    Do not Give the Gift with Left Hand In Almost All Countries In some countries, performing a acts with the left hand is act which is considered dirty. This because the left hand is the hand that used to clean the remnants of dirt released when you’re wasting your bottom.

  9. Nadia Erlina Marfianti C1L010014 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 6:29 am

    Nadia Erlina Marfianti
    C1L010014

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.

    Answer :

    INTERNATIONAL

    A. In INDIA
    1.Sati is the practice of funeral culture among some Hindu communities in which a newly widowed woman would voluntarily or by using violence and coercion to sacrifice himself on a pile of wood burnt her husband’s funeral. This practice is now rare and abandoned in modern India.
    2.In the city of Gujarat India, on the occasion of Makar Sankranti, hundreds of Hindu followers stood in long queues to offer crab as an offering to Lord Shiva at the temple of God in mid-January. Offers crab has become the age-old ritual and the people believe that their wishes will be met by offering crab at Shiv temple Ramnath Ghela.
    3.Another Hindu tradition and a very strange is the practice of burying children with disabilities to live up to their necks for six hours when the solar eclipse for about six hours; Hindus say that they do this practice to eliminate adverse effects caused by solar eclipse.

    B. In JAPANESE
    1.Every day Japanese people always bring their pets, like dogs, to walk – the road to the outdoors. Not just to the park to play alone, they even bring their pets to walk – the road into the mall. They also are not afraid of getting dirty to always throw the animal excrement.
    2.One of the unique customs of Japan in September that in fact many of the storms is to install a rag doll called Teru-Teru bozu. This doll was made and then hung in front of the house during the rainy season storms in the hope of a storm or rain soon passed and the weather is sunny again. After a storm or rain to stop is then given a cloth doll eyes and smile. This custom has existed since time immemorial and continues until now.

    C. In USA
    1.Halloween is a tradition of celebration the night of October 31, and particularly celebrated in the United States. This tradition comes from Ireland, and taken by the Irish who emigrated to North America. Children celebrated Halloween with spooky costumes and went from door to door asking neighbors house or a chocolate candy, saying “Trick or treat!”
    2.Valentine. In the United States this holiday and is associated with platonic love common greeting “Happy Valentine’s “, which can be spoken by men to their girlfriends, or, male friends told her male friend and female friend to a lady friend. While some people think Valentine’s Day as the most difficult moment, full of pressure as well as shallow because the longer the period of a loving relationship, the greater the pressure that the couple had experienced because depletion of original ideas.
    3.Every American President is required to have pets. The animal as a symbol, because it will be a companion animal in a variety of events state president.

    D.In KOREAN
    1.Korean people have a familiar greeting in every year a new “Did you eat Thuck-Gook?”. According to the Korean people’s trust, when on New Year’s Eve ate the beef broth with pieces of scrambled eggs and rice crackers or thuck Gook, then they will not grow old in that year.
    2.Before the marriage took place, the prospective groom will give a prize to the prospective mother-in-law in the form of a wild goose that is still alive.

    E.In UNITED KINGDOM
    1.In the United Kingdom the number 13 is considered extremely unlucky.
    2.Cheese Rolling at Cooper’s Hill. The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake is an annual event held on the Spring Bank Holiday at Cooper’s Hill near Gloucester in the Cotswolds region of England It is traditionally by and for the people of Brockworth – the local village, but now people from all over the world take part. The event takes its name from the hill on which it occurs.

    NATIONAL

    A. In BALI
    1. NGABEN TIKUS. Ngaben Tikus agrarian culture in Bali is rooted in a mystical realm where animism, dynamism and culture gave birth to mixed Hindu rituals, art, social order, and values. Rat Ngaben ceremony was held when the plague rats attacking rice fields of farmers. Performed with several stages such as the combustion process and away the “sesembahan” into the sea.
    2.The tradition of mass kiss from bali (omed-omedan). That kiss between the young couple festivals that do not necessarily know each other in Bali. When this tradition was not carried out citizens Banjar Kaja, then local residents are often hit by accident. So finally people were kept to preserve the tradition-omedan omed.

    B. In PAPUA
    1.For the general public and especially the central mountain Wamena expressions of grief of losing a family member not only to cry alone. Usually they will be smearing themselves with mud to a certain period. But what makes them different cultures with many tribal cultures in other areas are cut off their fingers.
    2.Wedding Traditions in Papua. A woman would marry a man with a dowry in the form of pigs. More and more the number of pigs, then assessed the greater amount of dowry. If they divorce, then the pig must be returned to the man.

    C. In BATAK
    1.Secondary Funeral Tradition. A few years after the body was buried, the bones of the buried bodies were taken then cleaned and buried again.
    2.The tradition of drinking palm wine in everyday life. Fortification is the lead taken from the Virgin palm or sugar palm (palm).

    D. In DAYAK
    1.Ceremony Tiwah. Tiwah ceremony is one of the traditional rituals to usher in the bones of dead people into a small house in a special way as they make final resting place of the person.
    2.Red Bowl Tradition. If the state of their tribe in a dangerous condition, then a bowl of red is a symbol of unity will soon be available from one village to another village very quickly.

    E. In MADURA
    1.Tradition Karapan Cow. In this race, sort of an interesting pair of cow train from the timber (where the jockey standing and controlling the cow pairs) are also managed in the race racing against other couples cow. The track races are typically about 100 meters race and the race can take about ten to fifteen seconds.
    2.The tradition of ritual rokat Tase. The fishermen carry a prayer and blessings together. After that they scramble to take water flowers in the basin and hold it in place of small drinking water. Fishermen then rushed to the boat each. Boat the day before had they re-paint and decorate with a variety of accessories. After that each fisherman had brought flowers to spill water into some parts of the boat. Meanwhile in a separate place, devoting a cow’s head and rice and lauknya posted on miniature boats made from banana trunks, was taken to a fishing boat. These offerings are released into the sea as a sea of gratitude to the fishermen who have revived.

    Thank’s ^_^

  10. Azcarlo VR (C1L010034) Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 6:31 am

    Name : Azcarlo Van R (C1L010034)
    NIM : C1L010034

    Celebrating of Christmas Cultures :

    In Armenia
    Because the Church (the Orthodox church) in Armenia still uses the old Julian Calendar, Christmas is celebrated on January 6th. The Christmas holiday season starts on New Year’s Eve (December 31st) and continues until the old Julian calendar’s New Year’s Eve on January 13th.

    In Australia
    In Australia, Christmas comes in the middle of the summer holidays! Children have their summer holidays from early to mid December to early February, so some people might even be camping at Christmas!

    In Brazil
    In Brazil, Santa Claus is called Papai Noel. Many Christmas customs are similar to ones in the U.S.A. or U.K.. Favourite Christmas foods in Brazil include will be chicken, turkey, ham, rice, salad, pork and fresh and dried fruits. Many people start the Christmas celebrations on Christmas Eve with fireworks and a big churrasco (BBQ). Sometimes children leave a sock near a window, if Santa Claus finds you sock, he’ll exchange it for a present!

    In Egypt
    In Egypt about 15% of people are Christians. They are the only part of the population who really celebrate Christmas. Most Egyptian Christians belong to the Coptic Orthodox Church and they have some very unique traditions for Christmas. For the 40 days before Christmas Coptic Orthodox Christians fast (don’t eat any meat products except for fish). This is called ‘The Holy Nativity Fast’. The Coptic month leading to Christmas is called Kiahk. People sing special praise songs on Saturday nights before the Sunday Service.

    In France
    In French Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Joyeux Noël’. In France, Father Christmas / Santa Claus / St Nicholas is called Père Noël. In eastern France he is accompianed by Le Pere Fouettard, a man dressed in black. He might be the same person as Zwarte Piet in Holland. The main Christmas meal, called Réveillon, is eaten after everyone has returned from the midnight Church Service on Christmas Eve. A chocolate log (called a bûche de Noël) is eaten for dessert.

    In India
    Many different languages are spoken in India. In Hindi and Urdu Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Bade Din ki Mubarak’; in Sanskrit it’s ‘Krismasasya shubhkaamnaa’; in Bengali ‘Barodiner shubhechha janai’; in Tamil it’s ‘Christhu Jayanthi Nalvaalthukal’ and in Konkani it’s ‘Khushal Borit Natala’. In India, Father Christmas or Santa Claus delivers presents to children from a horse and cart. He’s known as ‘Christmas Baba’ in Hindi and ‘Christmas Thaathaa’ in Tamil.

    In U.S.A
    People in America like to decorate the outsides of their houses with lights and sometimes even statues of Santa Claus, Snowmen and Reindeer. In New England (the American States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine), there are shops called ‘Christmas Shops’ that only sell Christmas decorations and toys all the year round!

    In Holland
    On December 5th children leave clogs or shoes out to be filled with presents. They also believe that if they leave some hay and carrots in their shoes for Sinterklaas’s horse, they will be left some sweets. Children are told that Zwarte Piet keeps a record of all the things they have done in the past year in a book and that good children will get presents from Sinterklaas, but bad children will get chased by Zwarte Piet with a stick!!

    In Greece
    In Greek Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Kala Christougenna’. On Christmas Eve, children, especially boys, often go out Carol singing in the streets. They play drums and triangles as they sing. Sometimes the will also carry model boats decorated with nuts painted gold. Carrying a boat is a very old custom in the Greek Islands. If the children sing well, they might be given money or nuts, sweets and dried figs to eat.

    In Japan
    In Japanese Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Meri Kurisumasu’. In Japan, Christmas in known as more of a time to spread happiness rather than a religious celebration. Christmas eve is often celebrated more than Christmas Day. Christmas eve is thought of as a romantic day, in which couples spend together and exchange presents. In many ways it resembles valentines day celebrations in the U.K. and the USA. Young couples like to go for walks to look at the Christmas lights and have a romantic meal in a restaurant – booking a table on Christmas Eve can be very difficult as it’s so popular!

    In South Korea
    Unlike Japan, Christmas is an official holiday – so people do have the day of work and school! But they go back on the 26th. There’s a longer official winter break in the New Year. Department stores put on big displays of decorations. There’s also an amazing display of lights in the capital city, Seoul. The lights are all over the city centre including the bridges over the Han River.

  11. Amanda Utami P (C1L009029) Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 6:41 am

    1. RUSSIAN
    One of the most prominent Russian traditions is hard drinking. It does not mean they all are alcoholics; Russians are just drinking more alcohol when they are drinking.

    It’s applicable more in particular to men though women also drink much more than it’s accepted on the West. Drinking a bottle of vodka for three, or a bottle of vine for each is normal and is not considered as excessive. Refusing to drink as much as the rest of the company is considered as disrespect. The favorite men’s drink is Russian vodka, the favorite women’s drink is Soviet Champagne – a decent Russian sparkling vine. Russians have poor taste in vines and prefer sweet vines.

    Drinking until one falls is all right. The parties usually take place in private apartments, and majority of the guests stay to sleep overnight occupying all free space on coaches and the floor. The next morning the party may continue. Hangover, named in Russian “pokhmel’ie”, is supposed to be cured by drinking a small amount of alcohol (“opokhmelitsya”). It does provide some relief but thereafter people usually can’t stop. Small shops on the streets (kiosks) selling mostly alcohol and chocolate, work 24 hours 7 days a week, and the party can get extra drinks any time if they think they did not have enough.

    A Russian joke:

    (The diary of a foreigner working in Russia)

    Friday.
    Was drinking with Russians. I think I’d better die.

    Saturday.
    In the morning came Russians, and said we should “opokhmelitsya”. I’d better die yesterday…

    Russian drinking traditions are very much a cultural thing, and the person who drinks and does not become drunk is always respected. It’s called “he can drink”. The more you drink and don’t fall down drunk, the more your friends will respect you. Many business deals are solved while drinking together, it’s probably one more reason why women don’t succeed in making careers.

    Drinking alone is considered as being an alcoholic, drinking in company is encouraged.

    Russians do not drink without a reason. It does not mean that they do not drink just when they want, it means that every time they want to drink they bring up a reason. It can be anything – from buying a new thing (in this case they call it “obmyt” – in literal translation “to wash” the new thing) to celebrating the weekend.

    The process of drinking is specific. The glasses of all company members must be full, then somebody should propose a “toast” – what for the company is going to drink this drink. “Toasts” can vary from trivial “Na zdorovie” or “Budem zdorovy” (“For our health”) to any other wish or somebody’s desire: “Za udachu” (“For good luck”), “Na dorozhku” (before leaving – “For the way”), “Daj Bog ne v poslednij raz” (“Hopefully it’s not the last time when we drink, with God’s help”) etc. After the toast people clink their glasses with each other and drink their drinks. Everybody must finish his drink, otherwise it means that he does not support the toast. The next toast follows in 5-10 minutes.

    2. Jamaican clothing

    Due in part to its strong English influence, Jamaicans are modest and conservative dressers. The display of skin is frowned upon generally. The people in Jamaica wear colorful robes which are draped over soft linen underneath. They wear this typical clothing along with hats which match their robes.

    3. JAMAIKA
    the day of marijuana
    other people in that county can free to consume the marijuana

    4. INDIAN
    Did you know that in Argentina it is considered rude if you yawn? How about that in India if you shake your head slowly from side to side it means “yes” instead of “no.” Check out The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Cultural Etiquette for other gestures and customs that may be different from culture to culture.

    5. GERMANY
    Dress Etiquette

    . Business dress is understated, formal and conservative.
    . Men should wear dark coloured, conservative business suits.
    . Women should wear either business suits or conservative dresses.
    . Do not wear ostentatious jewellery or accessories.

    6. SPANYOL
    THROW TOMATOES
    everybody in that country should throwing tomatoes for entertainment the citizen because of the abundant harvest.

    7. DEUTCH
    in that country we can married with the same sex (homo or lesbian)

    7. Jamaican art

    Jamaican art depicts Jamaican everyday life. This is expressed by sculptures, paintings, collage and craft works. This is a profound shift from the more abstract type of European art and even the African more morbid types of art that focus a lot on history. Jamaican art culture generally does not focus on history.

    8. INDIA
    Folk music and tradition is the rich heritage of modern India. Despite the advent of technology, open communication and developments in all fields, the area of fine arts still gives a proud picture of our India. Dance is a part of celebration and is the intrinsic part of Indian glory. There are folk dances which are distinct and distinguished as per the geography. This also calls for a lot of make up talents and attire which only enhances the beauty of the dance and song.

    9. ITALIAN
    Gift Giving Etiquette

    . Do not give chrysanthemums as they are used at funerals.
    . Do not give red flowers as they indicate secrecy.
    . Do not give yellow flowers as they indicate jealousy
    . If you bring wine, make sure it is a good vintage. Quality, rather than quantity, is important.
    . Do not wrap gifts in black, as is traditionally a mourning colour.
    . Do not wrap gifts in purple, as it is a symbol of bad luck.
    . Gifts are usually opened when received.

    10. PAKISTAN
    Gift Giving Etiquette

    . If invited to a Pakistani’s home, bring the hostess a small gift such as flowers or good quality chocolates.
    . Men should avoid giving flowers to women.
    . Do not give white flowers as they are used at weddings.
    . If a man must give a gift to a woman, he should say that it is from his wife, mother, sister, or some other female relative.
    . Do not give alcohol.
    . Gifts are not opened when received.
    . Gifts are given with two hands.

    11. GERMANY
    Meeting Etiquette

    . Greetings are formal.
    . A quick, firm handshake is the traditional greeting.
    . Titles are very important and denote respect. Use a person’s title and their surname until invited to use their first name. You should say Herr or Frau and the person’s title and their surname.
    . In general, wait for your host or hostess to introduce you to a group.
    . When entering a room, shake hands with everyone individually, including children.

    12. EL-SALVADOR
    Gift Giving Etiquette

    Salvadorians give gifts for birthdays, Christmas or New Year, as well as religious events in a person’s life.
    A young girl’s 15th birthday is considered a special date and is much celebrated.
    If invited to an Ecuadorian home, bring flowers, good quality spirits, pastries, imported sweets for the hosts.
    A bouquet of roses is always well received.
    Do not give lilies or marigolds as they are used at funerals.
    Do not give scissors or knives as they indicate you want to sever the relationship.
    If you know the person well, perfume is an excellent gift.
    Gifts are generally opened when received.

    13. FRANCE
    Meeting Etiquette

    . The handshake is a common form of greeting.
    . Friends may greet each other by lightly kissing on the cheeks, once on the left cheek and once on the right cheek.
    . First names are reserved for family and close friends. Wait until invited before using someone’s first name.
    . You are expected to say ‘bonjour’ or ‘bonsoir’ (good morning and good evening) with the honorific title Monsieur or Madame when entering a shop and ‘au revoir’ (good-bye) when leaving.
    . If you live in an apartment building, it is polite to greet your neighbours with the same appellation.

  12. azzardo VR (C1L010035) Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    Name: azzardo VR
    NIM: C1L010035

    Celebrate the new year in various countries in the world is not always with the sound
    firecrackers and blowing a trumpet in every way protocol, such as in Jakarta. There are several other countries who have unique customs while celebrating the New Year. Let ‘spy’ habits that very unique

    Brazil: Lemanja, is a famous sea god in this country legend. So to appreciate god Lemanja, then at midnight on each of January 1, with clean white clothes, Brazilian people go to the beach. They scatter flowers in the sea, burying mango, papaya and watermelon on the beach sand as a mark of their respect towards the gods.

    Germany: According to trust the Germans, if they eat the remaining food feast of New Year’s Eve on January 1st, it is believed that they will not lack of food for a year. In Berlin, the usual classic food served at this special day is carp. A unique, thorn goldfish will be distributed to the guests to be taken home as a good luck charm in that year.

    Greece: According to the pomegranate fruit is symbolizes fertility and success. On each January 1, they scattering of pomegranate seeds to the door of the house, shop or office.

    Italy: In Naples, one of the cities in Italy have a habit of throwing the goods that is out of date or no longer used right out the window at 24:00 on 31th December. So if you take a walk in Naples on January 1, do not be surprised if a lot of kitchen equipment, refrigerators and other junk items scattered on the streets.

    Spain: When the clock show midnight right on December 31th, the Spaniards usually eat grapes and pray. The amount of wine consumed only 12 seeds, it means 12 expectations in every 12 months in the next years

    Japan: In every new year, Japanese people usually enjoy a diet that consists of three
    preserved foods are fish eggs (as a symbol of prosperity), smoked sardines (known tatsukuri, which means the soil is fertile) and candied sea plants (which is a symbol of celebration).

    Korea: The Korean has a familiar greeting in every new year “Did you eat Thuck-Gook?”. According to the Korean people’s trust, when New Year’s Eve ate the beef broth with pieces of scrambled eggs and rice crackers or thuck Gook, then they will not grow old in that year.

  13. Lay Wie Lie Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 4:37 pm

    Lay Wie Lie_C1L010010

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.
    • About Food Culture in this world

     USA
    Many Americans have their choice of international cuisines when eating out, and ethnic ingredients and produce are easier to find locally for cooking at home. Interest in the foods, food history, and eating culture of other countries has grown exponentially as well. What more accessible way is there to learn about a culture than how its people satisfy and glorify a basic human need? The Food Culture Around the World series offers individual volumes on a country or regional cuisine for which information is most in demand. These are ideal for country studies for student assignments and for enhancing a foodie’s cultural knowledge. All are authored by food historians specializing in the country or region’s cuisine. Each volume is arranged topically or by group, with chapter essays that analyze the role food and food rituals play in the culture and society.

     China
    The cuisine of China is widely considered to be one of the best because it meets the requirements of geographic variety, inclusion of all types of foods, and a long-established and well-developed culinary tradition. The Chinese culture can be labeled a food culture for the interest and honor given to food and its rituals. Food Culture in China is loaded with information on the cuisine’s prominent role in Chinese culture. Students and other readers will learn about Chinese food history through the dynasties and Silk Road migrations up until today, ingredients, cooking implements and techniques, regional differences, table etiquette, cultural emphasis on food, specialty dishes for celebrations, and the role of diet and traditional Chinese medicine, among other topics. Each chapter contains a number of recipes for a meal based on the specific topic.
    Americans typically are familiar with a narrow range of Americanized Chinese restaurants. This one-stop resource helps readers to see this ever-popular ethnic cuisine in a broader context. It is the most in-depth reference of its kind on the market. A timeline, glossary, tables, and illustrations complement the narrative.

     Mexico
    Since ancient times, the most important foods in the Mexican diet have been corn, beans, squash, tomatillos, and chile peppers. The role of these ingredients in Mexican food culture through the centuries is the basis of this volume. In addition, students and general readers will discover the panorama of food traditions in the context of European contact in the sixteenth century—when the Spaniards introduced new foodstuffs, adding variety to the diet—and the profound changes that have occurred in Mexican food culture since the 1950s. Recent improvements in technology, communications, and transportation, changing women’s roles, and migration from country to city and to and from the United States have had a much greater impact.
    Their basic, traditional diet served the Mexican people well, providing them with wholesome nutrition and sufficient energy to live, work, and reproduce, as well as to maintain good health. Chapter 1 traces the origins of the Mexican diet and overviews food history from pre-Hispanic times to recent developments. The principal foods of Mexican cuisine and their origins are explained in the second chapter. Mexican women have always been responsible for everyday cooking, including the intensive preparation of grinding corn, peppers, and spices by hand, and a chapter is devoted to this work and a discussion of how traditional ways are supplemented today with modern conveniences and kitchen aids such as blenders and food processors. Surveys of class and regional differences in typical meals and cuisines present insight into the daily lives of a wide variety of Mexicans. The Mexican way of life is also illuminated in chapters on eating out, whether at the omnipresent street stalls or at fondas, and special occasions, including the main fiestas and rites of passage. A final chapter on diet and health discusses current health concerns, particularly malnutrition, anemia, diabetes, and obesity.

     Germany
    The grown-up Germany of today is able to explore its cultural identity, including its food culture. For some years now, German food has seen a return to regionalism, and beloved traditional dishes have been rediscovered and revived, counteracting to some extent the effects of globalization and industrialization. As well, a host of new culinary traditions brought in with new immigrants makes for an exciting food scene. Food Culture in Germany, written by a native Berliner, is destined to become a classic as the best source in English for a thorough and up-to-date understanding of Germans and their food—the history, foodstuffs, cooking, special occasions, lifestyle eating habits, and diet and health.

     Great Britain
    Students, Anglophiles, and literature hounds will want to delve into this delightful survey of foodways of a culture both ancient and cutting edge. Only in recent years have modern kitchen conveniences become taken for granted all over Britain. British cooking has also made tremendous strides lately, and the changes in shopping and food options, preparation, restaurant-going, and diet are detailed. The cooking traditions and classic dishes for which Britain is known are described as well, as they still help to define the people.
    Commercialization and globalization are shown to characterize British foodways today. For instance, Britain’s regionalism is eroding. Health and environmental issues such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy have come to the fore. Television cook shows are all the rage. Women working outside the home and the increase in single-parent households fuel the demand for quick and pre-prepared meals. The trends are well supported by statistics. A timeline, glossary, and resource guide enhance the narrative.

     Indonesian
    Many foods could be found in nearly every corner of the archipelago in the 1990s. Rice is a national staple, even in areas such as eastern Indonesia, where the main source of most starch was likely to be corn (known as maize in Indonesia), cassava, taro, or sago. On ceremonial occasions–modern weddings, funerals, or state functions–foods such as sate (small pieces of meat roasted on a skewer), krupuk (fried shrimp- or fish-flavored chips made with rice flour), and highly spiced curries of chicken and goat were commonly served. In public events, these foods were often placed on a table, served at room temperature, and guests served themselves buffet style. Rice was placed in the center of the plate, with meats or other condiments around the edges. Food was eaten–usually quite rapidly and without speaking–with the fingertips or with a spoon and fork. Water was generally drunk only after the meal, when men (rarely women) smoked their distinctive clove-scented kretek cigarettes.

     Japan
    Americans are familiarizing themselves with Japanese food, thanks especially sushi’s wild popularity and ready availability. This timely book satisfies the new interest and taste for Japanese food, providing a host of knowledge on the foodstuffs, cooking styles, utensils, aesthetics, meals, etiquette, nutrition, and much more. Students and general readers are offered a holistic framing of the food in historical and cultural contexts. Recipes for both the novice and sophisticated cook complement the narrative.
    Japan’s unique attitude toward food extends from the religious to the seasonal. This book offers a contextual framework for the Japanese food culture and relates Japan’s history and geography to food. An exhaustive description of ingredients, beverages, sweets, and food sources is a boon to anyone exploring Japanese cuisine in the kitchen. The Japanese style of cooking, typical meals, holiday fare, and rituals—so different from Americans’—are engagingly presented and accessible to a wide audience. A timeline, glossary, resource guide, and illustrations make this a one-stop reference for Japanese food culture.

     Italy
    There is keen interest in the exquisite yet simple Italian cuisine and Italian culture. This volume provides an intimate look at how Italians cook, eat, and think about food today. It describes the cornucopia of foodstuffs and classic ingredients. An overview of the typical daily routine of meals and snacks gives a good feel for the everyday life. The changing roles of women are explored with a discussion of the inroads that convenience foods are making. In addition, the current concerns about the food supply, the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, and the slow food movement are tied in to the debates on these issues in the United States.
    Food is one of the main reasons why many Americans travel to Italy. Yet, the fascination with Italian cuisine is not all about health or taste. There is much more to it. Italian food is perceived and portrayed in the media as representing a whole lifestyle: Italians live la dolce vita, leisurely eating and drinking with friends and families, families are still important, and communities are close knit. The reality of Italian society is more complex, and this volume offers a balanced view of Italian culture and identity through its foodways.

     India
    The extreme diversity of Indian food culture—including the dizzying array of ingredients and dishes—is made manageable in this groundbreaking reference. India has no national dish or cuisine; however, certain ingredients, dishes, and cooking styles are typical of much of the subcontinent’s foodways. There are also common ways of thinking about food. The balanced coverage found herein covers many states ignored by previous food writers. Students will find much of cultural interest here to complement country studies and foodies will discover fresh perspectives.
    From prehistoric times there has been considerable mixing of cultures and cuisines within India. Today, the endless variations in cuisine reflect religious, community, regional, and economic differences and histories. Sen, a noted author on Indian cuisine, consummately encapsulates the foodways in historical context, including the influence of the British period (the Raj). Among the topics covered are the restrictions of various religions and castes and the northern wheat-based vs. the southern rice-based cuisine, with an extensive review of each regional cuisine with typical meals. She characterizes the only-recent restaurant culture, with mention of Indian fare offered abroad. In addition, the Indian sweet tooth so apparent in the dishes made for many festivals and celebrations is highlighted. The roles of diet and health are also explained, with an emphasis on Ayruveda, which is gaining support in Western countries. A plethora of recipes for different regions and occasions complements the text.

     France
    French cooking has been seen as the pinnacle of gastronomy. Food Culture in France provides an accessible tour of haute cuisine but also mainly the everyday food culture that sustains the populace. It illuminates the French way of life as well as showing what the popular cooking shows, such as Julia Child’s, were based on. Readers will find the basics discussed in narrative chapters on food history, major foods and ingredients, cooking, typical meals, eating out, and diet and health.

    THANKS…..

  14. anggita sekar naomi C1L009016 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Name: Anggita Sekar Naomi
    NIM : C1L009016

    Question :
    Give some examples of different culture from the other country or local

    1. Japan
    In Japan, I’m forget when but when the day, some sumo athlete will make the babies cry. Japanese believe it will make the baby health and save from devil

    2. Spanyol
    The parents of babies must be to jump their babies and wear devil clothes, they believe it will make their babies is clean and nothing devil follow their babies

    3. Western
    When we have to attended a dinner with someone or other family, we must eat the food without remnant

    4. South africa
    when south africa people celebrate something, they have \special trumpet that have bad sound.

    5. Korea
    before the marriage took place, the prospective groom will give a prize to the prospective mother-in-law in the form of a wild goose that is still alive

    6. India
    If in Indonesia, the boy do the propose to his girlfriend, but in India, the girl do the propose

    Indonesia
    1. Java
    the man and women shouldn’t to meet before marry day

    2. Bali
    Almost every houses and place in Bali have a place for sesajen

    3. Sulawesi
    some ethnic group in Sulawesi make a doll for their family who died. the doll is like the died person

  15. Nanda Sungging Wrahatnala ( C1L010043 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    Question :
    Give some examples of different culture from the other country or local

    1. Culture in Venice

    Venice, one of the most remarkable and extraordinary cities in Europe, has been a first-class cultural centre from time immemorial. The ‘Queen of the Adriatic’ has given birth to such eminent personalities such as Marco polo and Giacomo Casanova, who are famous throughout the world. During the epoch of the Renaissance, Venice was among the most important art and cultural centres, with its own style of musical composition and a host of great painters and artists. Today, Venice is still a city of culture, which can be felt everywhere through its unique atmosphere of romance, art and architecture.
    The charm of Venetian culture is best experienced during the marvelous festivals and carnivals that are the highlight of local cultural life. The most attractive event is undoubtedly the Carnival: a splendid celebration that makes both locals and tourists forget everything else within the eight days in January (or February) each year when this colourful event is carried out. The programme consists of a row of concerts, balls, theatre performances and emblematic processions with masked participants. Namely, the rich decorated masks and costumes with magnificent ornaments represent the major appeal of Carnival. Their mass production has become one of the most profitable branches of tourist industry in the city. The Venetian Carnival is the second most renowned and spectacular event of this kind in Europe after the Fasching in Germany. Carnival first appeared as a typical Catholic custom and its origins can be traced back to the 18th Century, when the glorious winter parties took place on the streets of Venice.
    Venetian architecture and urban planning are also a characteristic feature of local culture. Splendid imposing palaces, cathedrals and churches reveal the high level of development of Venice’s economy and society during different historical periods, particularly the Renaissance. These cultural monuments of extraordinary significance symbolise Venice worldwide, as the countless canals and waterways are widely recognised as one of the most miraculous facilities in urban planning – ever. They give the ‘City of Water’ its unmatchable romantic and glamorous ambience.

    2. Culture in China

    Dress and Apparel:

    Long gone are the days of traditional Chinese dress. This is reserved largely for celebrations, tourists and other special events. While bringing some Chinese guests on a tour of American schools, we could only chuckle when one child asked what people wore in China. One of the visitors dressed in casual attire told the class they were looking at the type of clothes worn every day. He also went on to say that jeans were as common as anywhere else in the world.
    In the typical wedding in China, the bride will wear a white bridal gown the same as is worn in weddings in the western world.
    Business attire is similar to that worn anywhere in the industrialized world for a given trade. Business suits for marketing sales and banking, while dockers and shirts without ties are appropriate for factory professionals all the way to the factory manager. Laborers, however, will usually wear a uniform.
    Color preference: You will notice a difference in colors. The Chinese have a preferences for browns, beige(or tan) and yellows. Black is a very popular color, especially in women’s dress and apparel. Bright red is also a popular color for special events, holidays and ceremonial events. Grays are also common. School children’s uniforms are brightly colored with white, blue and greens being common.
    A tourist may find few people wear shorts, especially the men.
    The ruggedness and dust in many parts of the country should encourage you to select more casual and durable wear. Because of this reason, you may opt to bring some of the older clothing in your wardrobe.

    Face:

    When I think of cultural differences, the most important thing that comes to mind is the Chinese concept of “Face”.
    In the PRC, face has to do with the image or credibility of the person you are dealing with. You should never, insult, embarrass, shame, yell at or otherwise demean a person. If you do, they will lose “Face”. In ancient times, a Chinese warrior chief, after losing a battle, may commit suicide because he has lost face. While this may no longer occur, the concept of “face” remains alive and well in China. Awareness of face and it’s impact is an extremely important cultural issue.
    In the business world, negotiations should be conducted to assure that the person at the other end of the table maintains face even if the deal should not successfully conclude. His “face” may be dependent upon his ability to conclude the deal. If not, he saves “face” if he is the one to bring the negotiations to closure in a manner that he will look best to his superiors, yet not impact you.
    Face shows up in many ways and really begins early in life. Chinese children learn it as they are growing up. Parents will not discipline by saying “bad girl” or “Naughty boy”. They will discipline with “No” or “wrong”.
    As the child grows, face creates a strong pressure for an individual to excel. Failure to gain admittance to college, or even enter the better colleges, results in a higher rate of suicide as the child has lost face and sometimes cannot cope with the perceived shame.
    Face has a significant business impact. For example, it may be difficult to solicit ideas or obtain survey results. This author has tried a few surveys, both written and verbal. You can always get positive responses, but obtaining critique where subject matter or content needs improvement produces blank pieces of paper and blank stares. For example, if you are teaching a course and the material did not answer a questions, the survey respondents will not tell you what you need to know. While you are looking for an improvement opportunity, they are afraid you would lose face.
    Because this is such an important issue, you need to train yourself to recognize where this can become an issue, and to avoid having your contact lose face.

    Other Cultural Differences:

    There are many, many other cultural differences between China and the West. Of course, differences may not be a significant when comparing China to other countries in Asia.
    Here are some interesting cultural differences:
    Not being a Christian country, the Chinese do not recognize the term “Bless you” or “God Bless you” when you sneeze. In China, when someone sneezes, you simply ignore it.
    Say “Thank you” by tapping four fingers down on the table.
    Always refill other’s cups with tea or drink without being asked.

  16. Taufik Margi Widodo Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    Name: Taufik Margi Widodo
    Nim: C1L010001

    -Culture in Saudi arabia
    Islam is practised by all Saudis and governs their personal, political, economic and legal lives. During the holy month of Ramadan all Muslims must fast from dawn to dusk and are only permitted to work six hours per day. Fasting includes no eating, drinking, cigarette smoking, or gum chewing. Expatriates are not required to fast; however, they must not eat, drink, smoke, or chew gum in public.
    Family Values:1) The family and tribe are the basis of the social structure,2) As is seen in their naming conventions, Saudis are cognizant of their heritage, their clan, and their extended family, as well as their nuclear family, 3)Saudis take their responsibilities to their family quite seriously,4) Families tend to be large and the extended family is quite close, 5) The individual derives a social network and assistance in times of need from the family, 6)Nepotism is considered a good thing, since it implies that employing people one knows and trusts is of primary importance

    -symbolism
    Canada is often symbolically connected with three key images—hockey, the beaver, and the dress uniform of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. What gives it its profound symbolic importance is the way in which hockey events, such as the winning goal scored by the Canadian national team during a competition with the Russian national team in the 1970s, are used as special cultural and historical markers in political discourse. Hockey is used, in its symbolic form, to signify national unity and a national sense of purpose and community. That most Canadians do not follow hockey in any serious way does not diminish its role as a key cultural symbol.

    -Culture in bali
    Ngaben or the Cremation Ceremony is the ritual performed to send the dead through the transition to his next life. The village Kul Kul, hanging in the tower of the village temple, will sound a certain beat to announce the departure of the deceased. The body of the deceased will be placed at Bale Delod, as if he were sleeping, and the family will continue to treat him as if he were still alive yet sleeping. No tears are shed, for he is only gone temporarily and he will reincarnate into the family.

    -Chinese Tea Art
    The highest ambit– tea lore : Philosophy, ethics and morality are blended into tea activity. People cultivate their morality and mind, and savor life through tasting tea, thereby attaining joy of spirit.

    -culture in australia
    Outside the work situation, clothing is a personal choice—people dress for comfort, the social situation or the weather. Clubs, movie theatres and other places require people to dress in neat, clean clothes and wear appropriate footwear. Australia does not have an official national dress.

    -Indian Dresses
    Beauty of Indian women lies in the clothes she wears. Very traditional and ethnic yet contemporary Indian Saris are famous worldwide. It is worn with a blouse that covers the upper part of the body. In rural parts a version of sari, called ghagara -choli is very much popular. Choli is like a short blouse that covers the upper part of the body and ghagara is like a long skirt. In order to have a graceful and complete look, women folk carry a duppatta, which is a soft and delicate material of reasonable length thrown over the shoulder.

  17. Istiyanti Nur Fitriana Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:17 pm

    Istiyanti Nur Fitriana
    C1L010015

    Question :
    Give some examples of different culture from the other country or local

    1. India
    a) Way of Greeting
    “Namaste”, for an Indian it’s a way common way of greeting outsiders and elders. Both palms placed together and raised below the face not only show the respect for others but it also makes you feel the affection in the greeting. It is for sure that no ‘hello’ or ‘hi’ can create that magic.
    b) Indian Marriages
    Time has changed but the lavishness has always been an integral and indispensable part of Indian marriages. In India, marriage is still taken as an institution where not two people but two families get united. So, it always calls for boisterous celebrations full of music and dance. Within India, every caste and community has its own way of performing the rituals of marriage. In Hindu marriages, while Punjabis perform the ‘Roka’ ceremony in weddings, Sindhis perform the ‘Berana’. But most common of all is the ritual of Hast Milap ceremony popularly called Paanigrahan Sanskar.

    Muslims also have their own special way of celebrating the marriage ceremony, popularly called Nikaah. During the auspicious occasion, the groom’s family gives mehar (nuptial gift) to the bride. Parsis plant a young mango tree in a pot during the marriage ceremony. This ceremony is famous as ‘Madhavsaro’ ceremony. Every state has its own special way of celebrating the marriage ceremony.
    c) Indian Dresses
    Beauty of Indian women lies in the clothes she wears. Very traditional and ethnic yet contemporary Indian Saris are famous worldwide. It is worn with a blouse that covers the upper part of the body. In rural parts a version of sari, called ghagara -choli is very much popular. Choli is like a short blouse that covers the upper part of the body and ghagara is like a long skirt. In order to have a graceful and complete look, women folk carry a duppatta, which is a soft and delicate material of reasonable length thrown over the shoulder.

    Though with slight variations, Salwar kameez is a dress that is famous in every part of India. This attire contains two pieces-kameez, which is a like a long top covering upper part of the body and salwar is like trousers. Like ghagara choli, salwar kameez is also complemented by dupatta.

    For the men, there is no dearth of variety. From dhoti kurta to shirt pants, an Indian man prefers everything that fits well and looks good. But, traditionally you can see north Indians wearing kurta pajama, dhoti kurta or sherwani on formal celebrations whereas south Indian men prefer lungi with shirt.
    d) Mehndi
    Mehndi or henna is a kind of paste that is designed on the palms on the women on special occasions like engagement, marriage or festive celebrations. The paste is applied for few hours or overnight and washed when it gets dried completely. This gives reddish-brown color to the palms. In Indian marriages, especially in the north, a special night is celebrated before the day of marriage in which mehndi is designed on the palms of bridegroom and it is followed by some colorful dance and music. In certain parts of India, mehndi is a special kind of ancient folk art.

    2. Culture of Japan
    a) Tea Ceremony
    The Japanese tea ceremony, sado, the code of etiquette for taking tea, began in Zen monasteries during the 14th century. It is a traditional ritual in which powdered green tea is ceremonially prepared by a skilled practitioner and served to a small group of guests in a tranquil setting. Of course, a tea practitioner must be familiar with types of tea and its preparation . But the tea ceremony also requires knowledge of the kimono, calligraphy, flower arranging, ceramics, incense and a wide range of other disciplines. There are various schools of thought about the rituals to be used in the tea ceremony. The study of the tea ceremony takes many years, even a lifetime. Even to participate as a guest in a formal tea ceremony requires knowing what gestures and phrases are expected, the proper way to take tea and sweets, and general deportment in the tearoom. The Kimono
    The kimono is a traditional form of clothing worn by Japanese women and men, a long, loose, wraparound gown belted at the waist with an obi. In recent decades, the Japanese have found Western dress more practical than the traditional Japanese kimono. However, the kimono is still worn for the tea ceremony and family weddings in the Shinto tradition. The best of these are collectors items, hand-painted on silk and displayed in the home, the kimono as a wall-hanging, and the obi as a table runner.
    b) Samurai
    The Samurai warrior tradition developed between the 7th and 14th centuries. In pre-industrial Japan, samurai were warrior nobility rather than foot soldiers. Samurai were expected to be cultured and literate, and over time gradually lost their military function. Samurai essentially became civilian bureaucrats for the royalty, with their swords only a ceremonial item. During the reforms of the Meiji period in the late 19th century, the samurai were abolished in favor of a western-style national army. However, the strict code that they followed, called bushido, and aspects of the Samurai way of life still survive in present-day Japan. Tom Cruise in “The Last Samurai” recaptured the way of the Samurai on film.

    3. Culture of China
    a) Dress and Apparel
    Long gone are the days of traditional Chinese dress. This is reserved largely for celebrations, tourists and other special events. While bringing some Chinese guests on a tour of American schools, we could only chuckle when one child asked what people wore in China. One of the visitors dressed in casual attire told the class they were looking at the type of clothes worn every day. He also went on to say that jeans were as common as anywhere else in the world. In the typical wedding in China, the bride will wear a white bridal gown the same as is worn in weddings in the western world. Business attire is similar to that worn anywhere in the industrialized world for a given trade. Business suits for marketing sales and banking, while dockers and shirts without ties are appropriate for factory professionals all the way to the factory manager. Laborers, however, will usually wear a uniform.
    b) Color preference
    You will notice a difference in colors. The Chinese have a preferences for browns, beige(or tan) and yellows. Black is a very popular color, especially in women’s dress and apparel. Bright red is also a popular color for special events, holidays and ceremonial events. Grays are also common. School children’s uniforms are brightly colored with white, blue and greens being common.

    4. Culture of Thailand
    a) Thai Greeting
    The unique Thai gesture of greeting another person, the Wai, is especially one of the greatest aspects of the culture. The Wai is when a person joins both hands to either head or chest level while bending their head slightly towards their hands.
    This way of greeting is especially done when a younger person greets an older person and it indicated a sign of respect to their elders. Employees would also Wai their superior’s even if the supervisor or manager would be younger then themselves as the seniority of the other person would be respected.
    b) Thai Classical Dance
    The inspiring Thai culture includes inspiring local music and wonderful Thai dances. The culture furthermore includes of course its deep rooted Buddhist religion, martial arts, crafts and beautiful clothing.Visitors to Thailand can experience Thai culture by witnessing one of the Thai classical dance performances. These classical dance performances are generally performed by gracious Thai ladies wearing beautiful Thai local costumes.These special Thai dances are fortunately still popular throughout Thailand including with the present younger Thai generations. Most resort areas and many hotels frequently offer these special Thai culture dance shows for foreign visitors.

    5. Culture of korea
    a) SHOES OFF!
    When entering a Korean home, you must remove your shoes. To do any less is a sign of great disrespect. Koreans have a special relationship with their floor, on which they sit and often sleep. A dirty floor is intolerable in a Korean home, and they view Westerners as backward savages for remaining shod in our living rooms.
    b) BEWARE OF ELBOWS!
    Korea is a crowded country. It’s a cluster of stony mountains with only a few valleys and plains on which to build. The result is a lot of people in small spaces, and folks will not think twice about pushing and jostling in order to get onto a bus, into an elevator, or to those perfect onions at the market. Don’t even bother with “excuse me,” and beware of the older women, known as ajumma. They’re deadly.

  18. dwi ayu evilianti Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Dwi ayu evilianti
    Nim : C1L010026

    Question :
    Give some examples of different culture from the other country or local

    Culture of india
    1) Flower Garlands
    Indian people are also famous for welcoming with flower garlands. In the Indian marriages the exchange of garlands between bride and groom is a ritual in itself. People also offer flower garlands to gods and goddesses during their prayers.
    2) Indian Jewelry
    Unique designs, artistic looks and creativity are always a part of Indian jewelry. Made up of gold and silver, the jewelry actually represents the culture and tradition of India. In rural India, a resinous incrustation called lac is used for the personal ornamentation. Specialty of Gujarat and Rajasthan, the lac bangles and bracelets are worn and liked by the women of all states. Without accessories, a car and a woman are always incomplete. From earrings, nose-rings, armlets, necklaces to anklets and bracelets, Indian jewelry give a woman everything that she needs to enhance her beauty.
    3) Marriage
    For centuries, arranged marriages have been the tradition in Indian society. Even today, the vast majority of Indians have their marriages planned by their parents and other respected family-members, with the consent of the bride and groom. They also demand dowry, which has been outlawed by the Indian government, but Indian society and culture still promotes and maintains it. They get around by not letting the authorities know the arrangements of money.Arranged matches are made after taking into account factors such as age, height, personal values and tastes, the backgrounds of their families (wealth, social standing), their castes and the astrological compatibility of the couples’ horoscopes.In India, the marriage is thought to be for life, and the divorce rate is extremely low — 1.1% compared with about 50% in the United States The arranged marriages generally have a much lower divorce rate. The divorce rates have risen significantly in recent years:”Opinion is divided over what the phenomenon means: for traditionalists the rising numbers portend the breakdown of society while, for some modernists, they speak of a healthy new empowerment for women.
    Culture of japan
    1) Flower Arranging
    Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging, dates back to the 14th century and is famous worldwide as one of the traditional arts of Japan. There are many rules to follow. The flowers are chosen to symbolize the earth, water and sky, with a focus on harmony, color, rhythm, and elegantly simple design. Strikingly unique and stylized arrangements include the vase, stones, and water, as well as plant material, in the artistic composition.

    2) Wabi Sabi
    Wabi Sabi is the art and practice of honoring the imperfect. It recognizes the beauty that comes to all things with age and wear. Wabi Sabi celebrates the cracked pot, the worn desk, the wrinkled skin. Wabi means “the humble,” and Sabi, “the beauty of the natural progression of time.” Wabi Sabi turns away from the frantic pursuit of perfection in order to appreciate the simple, unaffected beauty of things as they are. It is calming to learn to accept and cherish timeworn things.
    3) Calligraphy
    In Japan, the brush was used as the writing tool, and the rendering of words in flowing brush strokes is a traditional art form. The art can consist of phrases, poems, stories, or even single characters. The act of creating calligraphy is considered as much an art as the pictures themselves, and it can take over one hundred repetitions of a brush stroke to produce the desired effect of a single character.
    Culture of korea
    1) RICE
    Like the Japanese, the Koreans eat rice with almost every meal. It’s so ingrained in their culture that one of their most common greetings is Bap meogeosseoyo?, or ‘Have you eaten rice?”Unlike the Japanese, Koreans usually eat their rice with a spoon, and they never raise the rice bowl off of the table towards their mouths. Also, chopsticks must never be left sticking out of the rice bowl, as this resembles the way rice is offered to the dead.
    2) DO NOT SMILE
    Koreans are a warm and generous people, but you would never know it from the sourpusses they paste on in public.
    Sometimes, the chaotic streets of the peninsula resemble a sea of scowls, with everyone literally putting their most stern faces forward. This is NOT true of the children however, who will invariably grin and laugh while shouting “Hello! Hello!”
    Culture of Thailand
    1) Thai Greeting
    The unique Thai gesture of greeting another person, the Wai, is especially one of the greatest aspects of the culture. The Wai is when a person joins both hands to either head or chest level while bending their head slightly towards their hands.
    This way of greeting is especially done when a younger person greets an older person and it indicated a sign of respect to their elders. Employees would also Wai their superior’s even if the supervisor or manager would be younger then themselves as the seniority of the other person would be respected.
    Culture of mexico
    1) National holidays
    Mexicans celebrate their independence from Spain on September 16, and other holidays with colorful festivals known as “Fiestas”. Many Mexican cities, towns and villages hold a yearly festival to commemorate their local patron saints. During these festivities, the people pray and burn candles to honor their saints in churches decorated with flowers and colorful utensils. They also hold large parades, fireworks, dance competitions, beauty pageant contest, party and buy refreshments in the market places and public squares. In the smaller towns and villages, soccer, and boxing are also celebrated during the festivities.Other festivities include Día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (“Guadalupe Day”), Las Posadas (“The Shelters”, celebrated on December 16 to December 24), Noche Buena (“Holy Night”, celebrated on December 24), Navidad (“Christmas”, celebrated on December 25) and Año Nuevo (“New Years Day”, celebrated on December 31 to January 1). “Guadalupe Day” is regarded by many Mexicans as the most important religious holiday of their country. It honours the Virgin of Guadalupe, the patron saint of Mexico, which is celebrated on December 12. In the last decade, all the celebrations happening from mid December to the beginning of January have been linked together in what has been called the Guadalupe-Reyes Marathon.Piñatas are unique to Mexican celebrations. A pinata is made from papier-mache. It is created to look like popular people, animals, or fictional characters. Once made it is painted with bright colors and filled with candy or small toys. It is then hung from the ceiling. The children are blind folded and take turns hitting the piñata until it breaks open and the candy and small toys fall out. The children then gather the candy and small toys.

  19. Bima Cinintya Pratama C1L010045 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:21 pm

    1. Japan
    Hinakazari hayaku shimawa naito wo, ni yome ikiokureru. The meaning of the sentence above is: “if the ‘Hina’ doll is not immediately saved, the daughter will late to marry.” Every March 3th, Japanese held a celebration of “Hina Matsuri”, as a thank you to the god for giving daughter and ask for blessing for health to the daughter. In celebration of Hina Matsuri every family who has a daughter, since February should display Hina dolls in the middle room, consists of the couple of prince and princess and the bride and the servant. Hina dolls that are display, must be stored or keep if has passed March 3th. If not immediately saved, they believe that the daughter would be late to marry.

    2. Egypt
    Friday is a holiday for the people of Egypt. So Friday night is a time to have fun and hanging out with friends. In Egypt, friday night is the same with Saturday night in Indonesia. The situation of friday night in Egypt is the same with saturday night in Indonesia, the teenagers, the couple, father & mother and children are gathering in the street, tourist resort, and maybe just to chat.

    3. Korea
    Korean people receive gifts with both hands. However the gifts are not opened directly in front of guests. In Korea the best gift for a man is the wine. Do not give away cigarettes to the Korean people. Don’t give wine to the korean woman. Except if you explain that wine is for her husband.

    4. Italy
    When someone sneezes in Italy, then people will say “Saerwei” to the person which means “hopefully in good health.” The main reason is the Europeans are very afraid of the flu. In Europe, the deadly flu that kill many peoples ever happened. So when sneezing or coughing should immediately apologize because it is impolite.

    5. England
    When shopping should not be bargaining prices. Very taboo for the British to bargaining in shopping. They consider this a disgrace. Generally, when the price match they will buy and when to feel overpriced they will walk away and not bargaining.

  20. Fania Anisa Hapsari C1L010049 Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    1. Korea
    One characteristic of Koreans that is if they want to build a house. Houses must be built according to their beliefs they have to build the house contrary to the mountain and facing south to receive much sunlight. This method is still frequently found in modern life today. Korean people believe that some form of topographical or a place have good and bad energy that must be balanced.

    2. China
    do not ever bring “empty hands” if you visit someone’s house. Chinese people usually give gifts to others, not barely consider of special moment. so you have to bring “small gift” wherever you go, because you do not know who you’ll meet.

    3. Italy
    In front of the store there is a custom to put twigs of grape. This is because Italy is a wine producer. Many farmers can make their own wine. The shops put the twigs of grapes in front of the shops so the people that pass the shops know if in the shop the wine is available. When the wine sold out they will release the twigs of wine that attached. This tradition is keep until today.

    4. Egypt
    Perfumes, everybody would love perfumes. But in Egypt, perfume is more prominently used by women. In the city the use of this perfume is more than in the village. The Egyptian women like to use excessive amount of perfume. Winter increase the use of perfumes due to cold weather make reluctant to bathe, perfume used as an alternate of bathing. In the month of Ramadan the use of perfume also dramatically increased.

    5. Brazil
    In Brazil, the purple color states a sadness and the yellow color means hopelessness. They believes people die like the yellow leaves that fall. They believe the color purple will bring sadness. And dark brown will bring badluck. So they really hate this color.

  21. Muhammad Aswanda Alifian Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Name: Muhammad Aswanda Alifian
    Nim: C1L010029

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.

    About culture martial arts in the world.

    Indonesian material arts.
    Pencak silat

    Pencak Silat or Silat (fighting with self defense techniques) is the Asian martial arts are rooted in the Malay culture. This martial art is widely known in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, and Singapore but can also be found in different variations in different countries according to the spread of ethnic Malays, as in the Southern Philippines and Southern Thailand. Thanks to the role of the trainers from Indonesia, Vietnam now also has a formidable fighter-fighter.
    Parent organizations in the Indonesian Pencak Silat is IPSI (Ikatan Pencak Silat Indonesia). Persilat (Partnership Between Nation Pencak Silat), is the name of the organization formed by Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam to host martial arts federations in various countries.

    China material arts.
    Kungfu

    Martial arts Kungfu was originally developed from the needs and the human ability to survive, either to defend themselves from various kinds of wild animal attack, hunt for food, as well as the ability to fight. With the development of the science of medicine and the human body in ancient China – and a prolonged civil war, Kung Fu Martial Arts is growing rapidly and spread widely, thus bringing the many contributions and influence the embryo of the various types of kinds of martial arts in Asia, such as Karate, Kempo, Pencak Silat and others.
    Kungfu has a history and tradition of martial arts are very long, rigorous, proven and effective since 5000 years ago along with the emergence of cult Dao (Taoism), which later will develop into specific religion. In the 2500′s, began to appear many legendary Kungfu flow until now, starting from the Shaolin Temple (Siaw Liem Sie), Wudang (Butong), Omei (Emei-Gobi), Kun Lun, Hua San, San Thian, Khongtong and other -other. In general, there are 100 more flow Kungfu and thousands of moves and various types of unique and weird science, ranging from the most harsh and malignant (external arts) to the knowledge of the most delicate and light as cotton (internal arts).

    Korea material arts.
    hapkido.

    Shin Son Hapkido is a martial sport that originated from Korea in addition to Taekwondo. Hapkido moves based on the principles of a circle that harness the power of the opponent. The techniques of Hapkido include punches, kicks, locks, dings, tactics, and weapons training.

    Hong kong material arts.
    wing chun

    History of Wing Chun more hereditary narrated from teacher to pupil, there is no official record of who and when created. According to the version of Ip Man, Wing Chun was created by Ng Mui in the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722), Qing Dynasty. After the destruction of the Shaolin Temple in Fujian by Qing troops, the head nun Ng Mui fled to Mount Daliang (大 凉山) on the border between Yunnan and Sichuan. One day, he saw the fight between the snake and crane, then Ng Mui took lessons from observing the battle between the two animals and combine it with Shaolin kung fu and then create a new style of kung fu. Ng Mui often buy out of a craftsman knows named Yim Yee (严 二). Yim Yee had a daughter named Yim Wingchun (严咏春) are forced into marriage with the local military General. Ng Mui taught Yim Wingchun new science of kung fu to get rid of the local General for ever and finally succeeded. Yim Wingchun then lowered his knowledge to BokChao Leung (梁 博 俦), her own husband. Use of the name “Wing Chun” begins at the time. Wing Chun is a martial art form that is very unique, specialized in close combat, using quick punches and kicks with tight defense and footwork agility to accelerate progress. Wing Chun can be achieved with effective coordination between the simultaneous attack and defense and counterattack. From this Wing Chun martial arts into a well in terms of self defense.

    Israel material arts.
    krav maga

    Krav Maga (Hebrew: קרב מגע which means “contact combat”) is a military martial art of empty hand, developed in Israel. Techniques of Krav Maga emphasizes maximum threat neutralization in the context of “real life”. This system is recognized for its excellence has been adopted by the Israel Defense Forces as well as enforcement agencies like the FBI’s international law, the Mossad, SWAT, and others. martial was also used for melendungi person would consider important in its influence on governance in Israel.

    France material arts.
    savate

    Savate (French pronunciation: savat), also known as boxe française, French boxing, French kickboxing or French foot fighting, is a French martial art which uses the hands and feet as weapons combining elements of western boxing with graceful kicking techniques. Only foot kicks are allowed unlike some systems such as muay Thai, and silat which allow the use of the knees or shins. “Savate” is a French word for “old shoe”. Savate is perhaps the only style of kickboxing in which the fighters habitually wear shoes. A male practitioner of savate is called a savateur while a female is called savateuse.

    Thaks..

  22. Muhammad Aswanda Alifian Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:55 pm

    Name: Muhammad Aswanda Alifian
    Nim: C1L010029

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.

    About culture martial arts in the world.

    1. Indonesian material arts.
    Pencak silat

    Pencak Silat or Silat (fighting with self defense techniques) is the Asian martial arts are rooted in the Malay culture. This martial art is widely known in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, and Singapore but can also be found in different variations in different countries according to the spread of ethnic Malays, as in the Southern Philippines and Southern Thailand. Thanks to the role of the trainers from Indonesia, Vietnam now also has a formidable fighter-fighter.
    Parent organizations in the Indonesian Pencak Silat is IPSI (Ikatan Pencak Silat Indonesia). Persilat (Partnership Between Nation Pencak Silat), is the name of the organization formed by Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam to host martial arts federations in various countries.

    2. China material arts.
    Kungfu

    Martial arts Kungfu was originally developed from the needs and the human ability to survive, either to defend themselves from various kinds of wild animal attack, hunt for food, as well as the ability to fight. With the development of the science of medicine and the human body in ancient China – and a prolonged civil war, Kung Fu Martial Arts is growing rapidly and spread widely, thus bringing the many contributions and influence the embryo of the various types of kinds of martial arts in Asia, such as Karate, Kempo, Pencak Silat and others.
    Kungfu has a history and tradition of martial arts are very long, rigorous, proven and effective since 5000 years ago along with the emergence of cult Dao (Taoism), which later will develop into specific religion. In the 2500’s, began to appear many legendary Kungfu flow until now, starting from the Shaolin Temple (Siaw Liem Sie), Wudang (Butong), Omei (Emei-Gobi), Kun Lun, Hua San, San Thian, Khongtong and other -other. In general, there are 100 more flow Kungfu and thousands of moves and various types of unique and weird science, ranging from the most harsh and malignant (external arts) to the knowledge of the most delicate and light as cotton (internal arts).

    3. Korea material arts.
    Hapkido.

    Shin Son Hapkido is a martial sport that originated from Korea in addition to Taekwondo. Hapkido moves based on the principles of a circle that harness the power of the opponent. The techniques of Hapkido include punches, kicks, locks, dings, tactics, and weapons training.

    4. Hong kong material arts.
    Wing chun

    History of Wing Chun more hereditary narrated from teacher to pupil, there is no official record of who and when created. According to the version of Ip Man, Wing Chun was created by Ng Mui in the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722), Qing Dynasty. After the destruction of the Shaolin Temple in Fujian by Qing troops, the head nun Ng Mui fled to Mount Daliang (大 凉山) on the border between Yunnan and Sichuan. One day, he saw the fight between the snake and crane, then Ng Mui took lessons from observing the battle between the two animals and combine it with Shaolin kung fu and then create a new style of kung fu. Ng Mui often buy out of a craftsman knows named Yim Yee (严 二). Yim Yee had a daughter named Yim Wingchun (严咏春) are forced into marriage with the local military General. Ng Mui taught Yim Wingchun new science of kung fu to get rid of the local General for ever and finally succeeded. Yim Wingchun then lowered his knowledge to BokChao Leung (梁 博 俦), her own husband. Use of the name “Wing Chun” begins at the time. Wing Chun is a martial art form that is very unique, specialized in close combat, using quick punches and kicks with tight defense and footwork agility to accelerate progress. Wing Chun can be achieved with effective coordination between the simultaneous attack and defense and counterattack. From this Wing Chun martial arts into a well in terms of self defense.

    5. Israel material arts.
    Krav maga

    Krav Maga (Hebrew: קרב מגע which means “contact combat”) is a military martial art of empty hand, developed in Israel. Techniques of Krav Maga emphasizes maximum threat neutralization in the context of “real life”. This system is recognized for its excellence has been adopted by the Israel Defense Forces as well as enforcement agencies like the FBI’s international law, the Mossad, SWAT, and others. martial was also used for melendungi person would consider important in its influence on governance in Israel.

    6. France material arts.
    Savate

    Savate (French pronunciation: savat), also known as boxe française, French boxing, French kickboxing or French foot fighting, is a French martial art which uses the hands and feet as weapons combining elements of western boxing with graceful kicking techniques. Only foot kicks are allowed unlike some systems such as muay Thai, and silat which allow the use of the knees or shins. “Savate” is a French word for “old shoe”. Savate is perhaps the only style of kickboxing in which the fighters habitually wear shoes. A male practitioner of savate is called a savateur while a female is called savateuse.

    Thanks..

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  26. Chajar Matari Fath Mala__C1L010019 Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 3:54 am

    The difference cultures in movies and series:

    1) Indonesian culture movie and series:
    The movies of Indonesian was surely realistic in the edge of 1980 era, there are so many important and precious messeges from the movies. The actors and the actress were having a great talent and it had taken the people’s hearts. The same goes to the series too. We can take an example like: “Si Doel Anak Sekolah”.
    But in the early 2000 era, the movies met its changes. The movies that appeared are the movies whose the genre is horror or romance movie. The plot that appeared are usually the romance among the rich boy and the poor girl (or vice versa) and the complication could be guessed by ourselves. The same goes with the series, the Indonesian Series are having too much episodes (it can reach until 200 episodes). The actors and actress are half-braded and usually we couldn’t find an Indonesian side of them.

    2) Japanese culture movies and series:
    Usually the plot of movies and series are taken by manga (comic), because Japan is a country which is rich of manga. The idea of each other story is very rare and unique, it maybe because the mangaka (manga maker) is competing each other to give a uniquest and best manga ever.
    Even sometimes, the idea is too weird to be made for movies. Take an example like robot theme, “Power Ranger”. But because of the talent of the actors, directors, and all of the aspects… it doesn’t weird at all. The Japanese Series usally aren’t having too much episodes (8 or 11 episodes), the theme was so unique also and sometimes it’s better than the movies’ theme. The making is maximally for the effects as if they don’t care about the profit for making this series.

    3) America culture movies and series:
    The movies are flowing on like a waterfall, of course, because we already know that America has Hollywood, the king of the movie town in the world. The plot usually came from a popular and best-seller novel, and sometimes they buy the plot from Japan or Korea movies, full of credit.
    The series of America are having a quite long episodes, it was separated with ‘Season’ also and we can’t jump to another episode if we don’t watch the previous episode. The plot of the series are also unique, such as Supranatural theme or Mystery and the human life.

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  32. Queen Novita H__C1L010048 Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 8:52 am

    Tea Culture in The World :

    1. BRITISH
    In Britain tea is usually black tea served with milk (never cream; the cream of a “cream tea” is clotted cream, served over fruit, not in the tea) and sometimes with sugar. Strong tea served with lots of milk and often two teaspoons of sugar, usually in a mug, is commonly referred to as builder’s tea. Much of the time in the United Kingdom, tea drinking is not the delicate, refined cultural expression that the rest of the world imagines a cup (or commonly a mug) of tea is something drunk often, with some people drinking six or more cups of tea a day. Employers generally allow breaks for tea and sometimes biscuits to be served.

    2. JAPAN
    The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea.
    Almost any place where implements for the making and serving of the tea can be set out, and where the host can make the tea in the presence of the seated guest,can be used as a venue for tea.
    Seasonality and the changing of the seasons are important in tea ceremony. Traditionally the year is divided by tea practitioners into two main seasons: the sunken hearth season, constituting the colder months (traditionally November to April), and the brazier season, constituting the warmer months (traditionally May to October). For each season, there are variations in the temae performed and utensils and other equipment used.
    A celebrant of the tea ceremony holds a chasen (bamboo brush) used to stir and mix the
    tea.

    3. CHINA
    Tea is the national drink in China.Chinese tea culture refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used to make tea and the occasions in which tea is consumed in China.
    There are several special circumstances in which tea is prepared and consumed.
    • as a sign of respect
    In Chinese society, the younger generation always shows its respect to the older generation by offering a cup of tea. Inviting and paying for their elders to go to restaurants for tea is a traditional activity on holidays. In the past, people of lower rank served tea to higher ranking people.
    • For a family gathering
    When sons and daughters leave home to work and get married, they may seldom visit their parents. As a result, parents may seldom meet their grandchildren. Going to restaurants and drinking tea, therefore, becomes an important activity for family gatherings. Every Sunday, Chinese restaurants are crowded, especially when people celebrate festivals. This phenomenon reflects Chinese family values.
    • To apologize
    • To express thanks to your elders on one’s wedding day
    • To connect large families on wedding days

    4. INDIA
    Indian people drink black tea as much as people in England. Indian people use black tea to make Chai. To make Chai, first extract black tea, and then pour some milk from a distance (lift one hand up to the high position and pour), then add some sugar. In India you will see little Chai shops on streets everywhere. Also they have spiced chai tea which is made by adding ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamon. The taste of Chai (Tea with milk and sugar )goes really well with spicy Indian food.

    5. MAROCCO
    Morocco is a country hooked on tea. Drinking tea is a major part of each day. Unlike the British, Moroccans do not have a set time for drinking tea. Literally, they can drink tea all day. Their tea is very flavorful and distinctive. Since this is a unique part of Moroccan culture. Moroccan mint green tea is truly a cultural tradition. Moroccan mint tea is a black tea with mint leaves. It contains no caffeine.

    6. TURKEY
    While the Turks, like the Moroccans, do enjoy sweet minted tea and also serve an apple tisane, it is the brew made with Keemun, Assam or Russian black tea alone that is the most typical.
    Turkey, in fact, is the fifth largest tea drinking country in the world. But the way tea is brewed and drunk in Turkey is far more similar to the Russian brew than the English or Chinese. Both countries’ brewing methods routinely employ a samovar – essentially a charcoal fueled water boiler, made of brass and use rich black tea. Both cultures brew tea for a long time (15 minutes or so) and then mix it with very hot – but not boiling – water and sweeten it (to taste) with sugar. Both also prefer to drink their tea in small, thin glasses, rather than ceramic or porcelain cups and neither would dream of adding either honey or milk to one’s cup.

    7. TIBET
    To the Tibetans, tea is a beverage just like coffee to the westerners, so it could say that tea is indispensable for the Tibetans’ life. Tibetans are addicted to tea drinking and because of the harsh climate and high altitudes, they have created their own unique way of drinking and preparing tea. The most popular forms of Tibetan tea are Buttered Tea and Milk Tea.
    • Buttered Tea:
    One of the stapes of every Tibetan meal, Buttered Tea has is Tibet’s most popular drinks. According to traditional Tibetan medicine, buttered tea makes Tibetans strong and able to live long lives.
    • Milk Tea:
    Milk Tea, or Sweetened Tea, is another popular tea amongst Tibetans. It is an imitation of English tea and Indian tea.

    8. KOREA
    The Korean tea ceremony or darye is a traditional form of tea ceremony practiced in Korea. Darye literally refers to “etiquette for tea” or “day tea rite” and has been kept among Korean people for a few thousand years.
    Tea ceremonies are now being revived in Korea as a way to find relaxation and harmony in the fast-paced new Korean culture, and continuing in the long tradition of intangible Korean art.

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  33. SITI NUR AZIZAH Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 5:34 pm

    A. Egypt (Mummy)
    Ancient Egyptian believe there was reincarnacition, so there was a culture like “mummy”. Mummy is a preserved corpse. Ancient Egyptian Society believes that as l;ong as his body still intact, then he will stay alive. Therefore, people tried to preserve the corpse for him to live forever.

    B. Japan (Seppuku = Ritual suicide)
    Seppuku is ritual suicide and outside of Japan is more popular with the term Harakiri, although in Japanese it self Harakiri term is considered aa rough term. Ritual Seppuku usually requires the active involvement of at least two people, one who would commit suicide and another one is the best man (Kaishakunin), which served behead people who do Seppuku. Only in that neck of the beheaded beheading not really broken, there must be meat that makes a severed head remains attached to the body. It’s difficult, therefore, the champion must be whizz sword.

    C. Bali (Nyepi)
    Every religion or culture all over the warld has their own way to define and celebrate their new year. The saame thing also occurs in Bali, however the Balinese use many different calender systems. They have adopted the Gregorian calender for business and government purposes. But for the endless procession of holy days, temple anniversaries, celebrations, scared dances, building houses, wedding ceremonies, death and cremation processes and other activities that define Balinese life, they have two calendar systems. One of the most its culture is “Nyepi”.
    Nyepi is a day to make and keep the balance of nature. On nyepi day it self, every street is quiet – there nobody doing their normal daily activities. There is usually Pecalangs (traditional Balinese security man) who controls and checks for street security. Pecalang wear a black uniform and a Udeng or Destar (a ceremony). The Pecalangs main task is not only to control the security of the street but also to stop any activities that disturb Nyepi. No traffict is allowed, not only cars but aalso people, who have to stay in their own haouses. Light is kept to a minimun or not at all, the radio or TV is turned down and of caourse, no one works. Even love making, this ultimate activity of all leisure times, is not sopposed the take place, no even attempted. The nhole ay is simply filled with the barking of a few dogs, the shrill of insect and is a simple long quiet day in the calendar of this otherwise hectic island. On Nyepi the world expected to be clean and everything starts a new, with Man showing his symbolic control over him self and the “force” of the World, hence the mandatory religious control.

    D. Spain (The “Tomatina” Tomato Fight)
    The festival on the last Wesnesday of August is called “the To,matina” and is basically a town-wide tomato fight. It is thought the tradition began in 1945 when a fight erupted a mong two yaoung members of a carnival crowd. A vegetable stall was nearby in the town square and every started throwing tomatoes at each other. Exactly one year later, young people met at the square, but this time with their own tomatoes. Another food-fight started but was broken up by police.
    The festival is started with a ham-on-a-stick contest where competitors raced up a pole to retrieve a smoked leg of ham. When the ham is cut down, people put on eye protection and cry for tomatoes as trucks dump the squishy produceed to pelt each other with them until all have been used up.
    In the following years this practice was banned by the authorities, but due to popular demand was given official recognition in 1959. This was only to occur if participants would respect the start and the end of tomato-throwing being announced with a banger.

    E. Thailand (Poi Sang Long Ceremony)
    The Poi Sang Long ceremony in Mae Hong Son is a Budddhist novice ordination ceremony, but it is unlike any other ceremony of its type in the country. Yaoung boys aged between 7 and 14 are ordained as novices so they can spend time studying Buddhist doctrines. It is believed that by pursuing ordination for their parents, they gain merit.
    The origins of this festival lie in Buddhist legend. It is believed that the tradition follows in the footsteps of Prince Rahula, the Buddha’s own son, who gave up his worldly life to follow his father’s spiritual techings. Princes Rahul;a became the yaoungest ordained monk and the first novice in Buddhism. Subsequently it became a tradition for young boys to be ordained so they can undertake the study of buddisht teachings. with deep reverence for the buddist religion, the local residents in mae hong son privince are of the view that the celebrations should be as grand as possible.

  34. Gianni Farah Paluci Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    1.SOUTH KOREA:
    The police are required to report the amount of bribes they receive from motorists that they were ticketed.
    2. MEXICO:
    a. Women who work in government offices are prohibited from wearing short skirts or clothes that can “provoke” co-workers during working hours.
    3. GREEK:
    Do not wear hats in sports stadiums, because it can interfere with the views of others.
    4. AUSTRALIA:
    a. Only licensed electrical workers who may replace the lamp house.
    b. Prohibited from wearing pants Hot Pink on Sunday.

    5. California:
    a. Pets are allowed to have sex is prohibited in the vicinity of the location of schools, parks, and places of worship.
    b. Women are prohibited from driving a car wearing a negligee.
    c. Forbidden to wear cowboy boots, unless you raise cows at least 2 tail.
    d. Prohibited green and pet odors.

    6. SINGAPORE
    a. If you are caught spitting three times, you are required to clean the streets on Sunday with carrying an inscription in the chest “I am a Litterer”
    b. Do not flush after urinating in the toilet, may be subject to fines.

    7. FRANCE
    a. Don’t kissing in the subway
    b. Don’t give a name to your pig “Napoleon”.

    8. FLORIDA:
    Constitution of the State guarantees free from the threat of jail pregnant sows, for any action they did.
    9. NEW YORK
    a. Men don’t get out without wear tops (this is the oldest law in New York since 1900)
    b. Don’t sipping soup
    c. Don’t eating while swimming in sea.

    10. ARKANSAS:
    a. Prohibited from carrying cattle walking on the main street after spending the morning on Sunday. .
    b. Men and women who tease each other stuck in the middle of the road, will be charged 30 days in jail.

  35. AGHISTA ASYROFA C1L010022 Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    1. the footbinding culture in CHINA

    For over 1,000 years in China , the society in CHINA believe that if the girl have little feet , they are beautiful . so many parents who have daughters always try to make their feet’s daughters still little. this culture name’s “footbinding” .
    when their daughters , in 5th years old ,The child’s feet and legs were washed and massaged. Long strips of linen cloth were used to wrap around the child’s ankles, feet, and toes. and their wrapped very tight.
    but in the future those children very difficult to walk , stand, doing simple thing and take care of themselves.

    Because this foot binding was done for cosmetic reasons, it should be explained why men found it so appealing. It is believed that the woman’s husband never saw her feet unwrapped the entire time they were married. The mystique of the unknown was powerful and served as a fetish. Some men in almost every culture today have “foot fetishes” of some sort. This fetish served as a useful way to keep track of one’s wife as well. If your wife couldn’t leave the house, then she couldn’t have affairs.

    2.ikebana in JAPAN

    ikebana is the japanese art of flower arrangement. it has gained wide spread international fame for its focus on harmony, color use,rhytm and elegantly simple design. in the past , ikebana use for offering flowers to the spirits of the of the dead.

    3.khon in THAILAND
    Amongst the most famous of Thailand’s cultural show is the Khon. Khon masked drama evolved in the royal court of Siam, although its roots lies in folk dances of the countryside. Here, performers don elaborate jeweled costumes; men wear masks and women gilded head-dresses. Music accompanies the dance and the dialog and songs are performed by an off-stage chorus.

    4.traditional clothes in GERMAN

    Dirndl:
    A dirndl is a traditional dress, which was worn in the Southern area of Germany. Originally, the dirndl is a simplified version of the folk costume. The dirndl was actually the uniform of the Austrian servants. This was during the 19th century. In the ancient days, every village even had its own particular style of this dress.

    The dirndl comprises of many garments that makes up the entire outfit. This has a bodice, which is worn with a blouse, a full skirt and even an apron. The ancient days saw many simplistic designs of the dirndl. Today, one can come across many expensive versions of the same. This traditional German outfit was styled into a heavier design for the winter days. In such cases, materials such as thick cotton or even wool were used for the skirts or even the aprons.

    The dirndl is worn today only for traditional events. In the earlier days, the dirndl was often in softer colors as compared to the brightly colored outfits one may see today. The designs available today are also modified to suit the modern trends. A knot on the apron of the dirndl is considered to be a symbol to indicate that the woman is married.

    Lederhosen:
    The lederhosen mean leather trousers in German. These are knee breeches and were worn by the Germanic men of the Alpine areas and the surrounding locales as well. The lederhosen are made of leather. This traditional style of German clothing was also worn by young German boys till the age of 16. As compared to the traditional Bavarian garment, the lederhosen were less decorated in these cases. It always had features such as the suspenders and the front flaps. The lederhosen were worn in the mountains of South Germany and were preferred by riders or hunters.

  36. Fransiska Oki Riang Setyana Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    1. obese person is one of the objects viewed differently by people from countries of East and West. Eastern countries, like Indonesia, many of which still are the poorest countries or the developing world. economic prosperity and health to be one focus of attention from residents. Therefore, most people are overweight seen from the point of view. Because compared to the poverty and malnutrition, people from Eastern countries tend to identify the fat body with considerable economic prosperity and a healthy body.
    Another case with people from Western countries. Most countries are relatively well established economically. Because economic prosperity is no longer a focus of attention, people began to focus on other important matters, one health. So, people from Western countries also tend to see the fat body from the viewpoint of health. As a result, body fat tend to be associated with obesity, which is a disease.
    2. Asmat tribe has a habit of eating meat from his enemy, together woth other – the same can be concluded before knowing the outside world,they are cannibals.

  37. AWALIA UTY PRATAMA (C1L009002) Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 9:09 pm

    find the example of different culture around the world

    1. TIONGKOK
    Procedures drink tea in Tiongkok. for example, in Beijing when host serve a cup of tea, they must be stand up and receives it with two hands, while express thank. in Guangdong and Guangxi province, South Tiongkok, after host serve tea, the guest is soon knocks desk thrice with right finger to express thank. habit knock desk, it is said people say when former emperor or epoch magnifier when doing joueney by incogniting or in inkognito, when drink tea together, and the subordinate replace rowtows to emperor with knocking desk to express thank

    2. ARAB
    - one of habit Arabic people in Pesisir Teluk Persia, when they met each other people, also when they start discussion in telephone or introduction words canonical encounter which they throw after warmness and adorable in harning, not only that, they also throw prayer to opponent to speak it and reciprocated with the same thing.
    - in arab, to determine rich people or not it’s visible from amounts of assistants, baby sitter and also driver.

    3. JAVANESE
    when people has newest something like house, car and also vehicle shall be performed, traditional party before hand (the term : BANCAK). If they can’t executed, usually the house owner, car or vehicle will get a temptation (barrier)

    4. TIONGKOK
    Hairless shave of baby’s hair up to age of 30 days, or called as a period of Man Ye for public Tiong Hoa. in Indonesia also is hereditory tradition. the purpose is same namely to dirty exhaust in the baby’s self to get clarification from God for life of baby loved by it.

    5. EGYPT
    The habits of the elderly in Egypt, precisely those who kiss the hands of their children. Adults also kissed the hand of a child.

  38. Wira Putri Sumbarani (C1L010020) Says:
    March 25th, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Cultural Differences of Western and Eastern (Asian)

    1. Opinion
    Asians tend to kink in the case argued,sometimes they must circling first to say something, but the point is not as complicated. Unlike westerners, straight to the point and they are not used strings attached to further.

    2. Left
    Less well known asian people appreciate the time, if there is a promise. Sometimes not on time, many reasons to explained. Almost Western people do not like it when an appointment at late time or rubber.

    3. Lifestyle
    Westerners tend to be individualists, unlike the asians that asian people, especially Indonesia. The more pleased if still closer same family and there are term about this “ mangan ora mangan sing penting kumpul”.

    4. Supervisor / boss
    It is interesting, asian people generally treat more than any other boss and the boss was happy to be treated like that. In contrast, if in the west, the boss is not too low profile as in power management. Keep abreast with the subordinate, but still have power and are recognized as superiors.

    5. Transportation
    In the past when they were young western people prefer to use the car, now prefer to use bikes instead, possibly because of the importance of different health with asians, that was still wearing a bicycle (inability to buy a bike) now must use a car, if you can no longer use a private driver.

    6. Facing Problems
    If more public-minded asian people how to be able to avoid the problem, unlike westerners, what if I face a problem. So don’t be surprised if the Indonesian people will take shortcuts to success, want business success, playing bribe business partners, want children to be successful public servants. There bribe bribe play here, want to be a candidate, as long as got money to be number 1, not less who came to the wizard to better achieve the ideals of a member of the council.

    7. Sunday
    Asian people prefer to spend holidays on Saturday and Sunday went for a walk, just go to the mall, watching other theaters, kongkow-kongkow, unlike Westerners, spend more time at home than go for a walk.

    8. Relationship
    Because the more individualistic Westerners, in friendship or socializing tend to be limited, unlike in Asia where people socialize or friendship is more complex, hence the networking site Facebook or Friendster more great demand by people in Asia, especially Indonesia. If Westerners are modest.

    9. Eat
    Westerners are generally divided into 3 meals, eat appetizers, main meals, and desserts. Different if Asians the third of maeal is his main meal.

    10. Angry
    If Westerners more angry, really angry. Different if more Asian people hide anger, sometimes there are terms behind the smile there is hatred.

    11. Child
    In the west family, children are educated so that independent small since. After already releasing adult parents, had lived with each different in asia particularly in Indonesia. The treatment of the child’s parents are very protective, so that children are not independent, until the age old enough parents still take care of their children. Hoping their offspring could be more enduring and successful.

    12. Trendy
    If the western people happy something that smells more traditional and natural, the opposite if asian people have not called trendy if not styled into the westerlies. For example more asian people to feel pride when eating at fast food places and country of origin food can be practically normal food

    13. Ideal Body beauty (perhaps these climatic factors as well)
    Westerners feel ideally have a body color brown. So often bask on the shore, unlike asia especially if the Indonesian people, even very long white skin color. So in Indonesia’s best selling artists Indo, not even a lot of the same mating tourist , let me fix descent.

    14. Celebration Party
    If there is a feast or party asians prefer to invite as many people as possible if it’s something a little less, and some even make the show a few times and location are different, for example in the wedding totally wasted unlike westerners, not just weddings invitation via fax. and not all people are invited, just relatives or close friends, more simple and not extravagant cost.

    15. Old Period
    If asian people more senior years take care of grandchildren. If the west is not no name take care of grandchildren. At best, only just missed meeting because his life is of each.

    16. Tourism
    If more tours, most asian people like photos, same different with Westerners. If we go to the resorts would rather watch the beauty of the ambience of the photos.

    17. Eating In Place
    Places to eat, if westerners tend to order if you’re eating not crowded like asians.

  39. Nur Putri S (C1L009053) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 12:50 am

    Question:
    The example of different culture around the world !

    Answer:
    1. African Festivals:
    In addition to the traditional Muslim festivals like Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha and other universal festivals like New Year celebration and Christmas there are several other festivals in Africa. Many of the African festivals are oriented around the farming and harvesting cycles. Some of these popular festivals include Kwanzaa, Yam Festival, Adae Kese festival, Festival of Opet, Homowo, Sed festival and the Osirian festival

    2. American Festivals:
    In addition to the traditional Christmas, Good Friday and New Year celebrations, Americans also celebrate various other festivals like Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Easter, Halloween, St.Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kipper. You can also read more about Native American Culture and American Pop Culture.

    3. Indian Festivals:
    India has a wide variety of festivals and celebrations originating from the numerous religions that co-exist in India. Read more about the Indian festivals and Indian celebrations. Also read about Indian Clothing and famous Indian Embroidery Techniques.

  40. Meidita Pangestika Wulandari ( C1L009007 ) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 12:51 am

    1) VIETNAM

    Despite considerable foreign influence, Vietnamese people have managed to retain many distinct native customs which have always played a vital role in daily Vietnamese life throughout the millennia. While Chinese culture has the largest foreign influence on traditional Vietnamese culture, there is also a much smaller influence from the Cham and later Western cultures (most notably that of France, Russia and the United States).
    Society
    Rural
    About 74% of Vietnamese currently live in rural areas, and although many are being influenced by the process of westernization, traditional rural customs and traditions still play a vital role in shaping the culture of Vietnam.Vietnamese really give consideration to protect and develop these traditions . Travelling to Vietnam means going on a trip to explore a different interesting culture.

    Organization
    In terms of societal levels of organization, the two most important units are làng (village) and nước (country). Vietnamese people usually say that “làng goes hand in hand with nước”. Intermediate organizational units like the huyện (district) and tỉnh (province) are not as important. The culture is like a vast ocean of people.

    Kinship
    In rural Vietnam, kinship plays an important role. If it can be said that Western cultures value individualism, then it can also be said that Eastern cultures value the roles of family and clan. Comparing with Eastern cultures, Chinese culture values family over clan while Vietnamese culture values clan over family. Each clan has a patriarch, clan altar, and death commemorations attended by the whole clan.
    Most inhabitants are related by blood. That fact is still seen in village names such as Đặng Xá (place for the Đặng clan), Châu Xá, Lê Xá, so on so forth. In the Western highlands the tradition of many families in a clan residing in a longhouse is still popular. In the majority of rural Vietnam today one can still see three or four generations living under one roof.
    Because kinship has an important role in society, there is a complex hierarchy of relationships. In Vietnamese society, there are nine distinct generations. Virtually all commemorations and celebrations within a clan follow the principles of these nine generations. Younger persons might have a higher position in the family hierarchy than an older person and still must be respected as an elder.
    This complex system of relationships is conveyed particularly through the Vietnamese language, which has an extensive array of honorifics to signify the status of the speaker in regards to the person they are speaking to.

    Religion and Philosophy

    Historically, the so-called Tam Giáo (“triple religion”), characterizing the East Asian intricate mixture between Mahayana Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism has always had a large impact on Vietnamese society and philosophy. Of the three, Vietnamese Buddhism has always been the most popular with commoners.
    Besides the “triple religion”, Vietnamese life was also profoundly influenced by the practice of ancestor worship as well as native animism. Most Vietnamese people, regardless of religious denomination, practice ancestor worship and have an ancestor altar at their home or business, a testament to the emphasis Vietnamese culture places on filial duty.
    Along with obligations to clan and family, education has always played a vital role in Vietnamese culture. In the old days, scholars were placed at the top of society. Men not born of noble blood could only wish to elevate their status by means of studying for a rigorous Imperial examination which could potentially open doors to a position in the government, granting them power and prestige as Mandarin officials.

    Vietnamese Marriage
    In the past, both men and women were expected to be married at quite young ages (by today’s standards). Marriages were generally arranged by the parents and extended family, with the children having little to no say in the matter. In modern Vietnam, this has changed completely as people choose their own marriage-partners based on love, and in consideration primarily to their own needs and wants.
    The traditional Vietnamese wedding is one of the most important of traditional Vietnamese occasions. Regardless of westernization, many of the age-old customs practiced in a traditional Vietnamese wedding continue to be celebrated by both Vietnamese in Vietnam and overseas, often combining both western and eastern elements.

    2) RUSIA

    Russian culture is non-individualistic. The power of an individual in Russia is much less than in the west and most deals are pushed through family, friends and acquaintances. Russian saying is, “One is not a soldier in the battlefield”. In Russia, one still needs to know people in power to make things work. This is why they maintain more friendships than an average westerner. They often have to rely on their friends to help them out. You know someone who knows someone who is in power; this is the way they have the things done. If you know the right people, you can have the most difficult things done with little effort. The majority of Russians consider themselves as Christians, and belong to Russian Orthodox Church. It’s a great achievement for the country where atheism was the official state religion for more than 70 years. Frankly, most of them are not true believers. They appreciate Christian moral values but do not follow them. Religion is not a real part of their life. Russians are more aware of horoscopes than the Bible. Church service in Russia can be attended any day of the week and performed every day 2 or 3 times (early morning at 3 a.m., then at 8 a.m. and then in the evening at 7 p.m.). People usually attend the church just to “light a candle” and quickly pray.
    Russians are smart. They have so many difficulties and problems in life, that they can easily find a roundabout way for anything. They don’t have a deep respect towards any law, including traffic rules. Russians are of some the most reckless, but at the same time skillful, drivers, and the most careless pedestrians in the world.

    Family life
    The keyword to Russian family life is dependence. The family life is built on dependence, and Russians are attached to their family members.
    The roots of this situation are in the way of being. Russians live in small apartments in large blocks, with 2-3 generations living together. It’s normal when grown single children live with parents, and even when married children with spouses stay with one of the parents.
    Russians get married early, at the age 18-22. Because they don’t really care much about making a career (see Myth 2 for details), they don’t wait until they are independent. Young couples usually stay with wife’s or husband’s parents during the first years of marriage.

    Traditions
    Russians LOVE to celebrate. They adopted the Western holidays such as St. Valentine, Catholic Christmas (they celebrate Christmas twice – Catholic and Orthodox) and Halloween. They also appreciate Chinese New Year, Muslim and Jewish holidays, as Russians are very tolerant to other religions.
    When there is a public holiday, the weekend is shifted towards the holiday: if the holiday is on Thursday, Sunday will be the working day and Friday the day off. The same when the public holiday is on Tuesday: Saturday becomes the working day and Monday the day off. If the holiday is on Wednesday, there will be no long weekend.
    There are quite a few long weekends every year, which many Russians use to travel, locally and abroad, the others spend holidays on their “dachas” (country-side houses).

    3) JERMAN

    Greeting
    Greetings will very often we meet. Although the example we do not know though. The standard is that every shopkeeper or vendor services will deliver friendly greeting. Polite form is usually presented is as Guten Morgen (from morning until 10:00 am), Guten Tag (up to hours of 17:00) and after that Guten Abend. As a form of tribute should be answered with the same greeting.

    Timely
    Timeliness become a common practice everywhere. Also of course in Indonesia, although the factors that impede more. For example, traffic jams or lost. In Germany, a good transportation system we can make on-time comes the appointment. Long ago was able to predict exactly when to leave and about to reach the destination at what time. Except in special circumstances, such as migration paths occur suddenly.

    Tolerance is the usual time given is about 15 minutes. If you have an appointment with the Germans, both professor and friend, try to come 10 or 15 minutes before your appointment time. If indeed you can not come on time, please notify as soon as possible.

    Anti Attitude Alien
    There is a possibility you have to deal with this problem. Treated unfriendly, impolite and unfair by some people. Even be underestimated because they looked at us low. It’s uncomfortable but should not be discouraged. Group of people who behave anti-foreigners are a minority and only a few people. Keep in mind that similar things can happen even in our country who actually countrymen. Remain friendly but firm when we really should point out and retain our self-esteem. People who behave so precisely to be pitied. We also have to take many lessons from the events we experience unpleasant. Learn to better appreciate other people, because we also do not like when someone does not appreciate us.

    4) KENYA
    LANGUAGES

    The Kenyan official national language is English, and it is wide spoken. There also another national language, Kiswahili. Both Languanges are taught throughout the country.
    It’s extremely useful for the traveller to have a working knowledge of Swahili, especially outside the urban areas and in remote parts of the country.
    RELIGION

    A large proportion of the Kenyan population are Christians found mainly outside the coastal and eastern provinces. Muslims make up some 30% of the population found in the coastal areas and in the eastern side of the country – the rest is a combination of other minority religions such as Hindus, Bhuduist and those who follow their ancestral tribal beliefs
    ART & CRAFT

    Most art and craft production is for the lucrative tourist market.
    Items produced for the tourist market include sisal baskets, elephant hair (not real elephant hair) bracelets, Maasai bead jewelry, musical instruments, and silver and gold jewelry, soapstone sculptures, wooden carvings, tribal masks and Maasai figurines. paintings, prints and sculptures, batik cloth, and kangas—women’s wraparound skirts with beautiful patterns, and often Kenyan proverbs printed on them and kikois – type of sarong for men that comes in many different colors and textiles.
    There are arts and craft markets and shops throughout the main tourist centres – each with a great diversity of items offered and quality available

    5) AMERICA
    American Entrepreneurship
    If an Entrepreneur wants to succeed, persistence is the key. Failure along the way is no reason to quit dreams if dreams are to become reality. Failures along the way are a normal result of earnest effort in pursuit of goals. People came to America to be Free and Self-Sufficient. In The United States we are presented with 2 choices: be either the Entrepreneur or the Employee of an Entrepreneur. There is pride in both if they are each done well. The Entrepreneurs are the “risk takers” and therefore earn the most when their business succeeds. Entrepreneurs enjoy the most freedom of choice in any business enterprise.

    American leadership
    Leadership is the key to all Human Effort involving more than one person. We understand we are Leaders of ourselves and everyone with whom we come in contact. Our attitudes and ideas can only make a difference if we are able to influence the actions of another person through Leadership. We must ensure that the ideas and attitudes we project to our Family, Friends and Neighbors are truly the ones we want to be remembered by; for life is short but memories are long. The World has long looked to The United States for Leadership in Politics, Industry and Freedom of the Individual.

    Citizenship
    We are citizens in that we owe allegiance to our Government and in return our Government owes us protection. As good Citizens we contribute our personal time to our American Society, our local Community and our Friends and Neighbors. We vote, pay our taxes, and follow the law. We ensure the security of our Neighborhoods and Work Places. We volunteer our time to good causes, we respect the rights of others and demand the same for ourselves. We contribute to those less fortunate who work hard for themselves. We conduct ourselves in accordance with American Family Values and respect everyone’s right to practice their own religion and live as they please. We know and understand our History and live up to the ideals expressed in The Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.

  41. Nur Putri S (C1L009053) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 1:03 am

    Question:
    The example of different culture around the world !

    Answer:
    1. African Festivals:
    In addition to the traditional Muslim festivals like Ramadan, Eidul-Fitri and Eidul-Adha and other universal festivals like New Year celebration and Christmas there are several other festivals in Africa. Many of the African festivals are oriented around the farming and harvesting cycles. Some of these popular festivals include Kwanzaa, Yam Festival, Adae Kese festival, Festival of Opet, Homowo, Sed festival and the Osirian festival

    2. American Festivals:
    In addition to the traditional Christmas, Good Friday and New Year celebrations, Americans also celebrate various other festivals like Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Easter, Halloween, St.Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kipper. You can also read more about Native American Culture and American Pop Culture.

    3. Indian Festivals:
    India has a wide variety of festivals and celebrations originating from the numerous religions that co-exist in India. Read more about the Indian festivals and Indian celebrations. Also read about Indian Clothing and famous Indian Embroidery Techniques.

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  43. Atik Alawiah / C1L009037 Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 2:01 am

    Japanese Tradition
    Chopsticks can’t separately from Japanese ways to eat. Most of them will be broken their chopsticks after eat. According to their tradition, if they aren’t broken the chopsticks, they will sick because the meal. But, now the tradition just they do only in restaurant. For eat at home, they just save their chopsticks themselves. Exchange the chopsticks is taboo for them, because can make they be unlucky.

    Dutch Tradition
    If we look the house at Holland which at top of their house hang school bag or knapsack side by side with Holland flag and written: ‘Ik ben geslaagd’, it means the family celebrate the member of family that have graduate from school or college.

    Italy Tradition
    If somebody gives red or yellow flowers, there won’t be any acceptance from the Italians either, as they believe red flowers represent secrecy, while yellow ones have the indication of jealousy.

    Don’t ever wrap your gifts in:
    1. Black, it’s traditionally a mourning color
    2. Purple, Italians believe it would bring bad luck.

    France Tradition
    In France, flowers should be given in odd numbers but not 13, which is considered unlucky.
    Some older French retain old-style prohibitions against receiving certain flowers:
    White lilies or chrysanthemums as they are used at funerals;
    red carnations as they symbolize bad will;
    any white flowers as they are used at weddings.
    If you give wine, make sure it is of the highest quality. The French appreciate their wines.
    And the last, the gifts are usually opened when received.

  44. melinda Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 8:57 am

    MELINDA

    C1L008049

    The example of different culture around the world !

    African Culture

    The continent of Africa is a vast one and it contains as many as 53 countries. Although essentially similar these countries in Africa have some subtle differences in their culture.

    African Tribes: There are a number of African tribes in the African continent. The Afar tribes are found in Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia. The Anlo-Ewe tribes were once inhabitants of Notsie, from where they migrated in 1474 and are currently found in the southeastern areas of Republic of Ghana. The Amhara tribes are found in Ethiopia, Ashanti tribes in central Ghana, Bakongo tribes along the Atlantic coast and the Bambara tribes are located in Mali. The Bemba tribes are located in Zambia, the Berber tribes in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. The Bobo tribes are found in western Burkina Faso and Mali. The Bushmen tribes are located in the Kalahari Desert. The Chewa tribes are located in Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe. The Dogon tribes live in southeastern Mali and Burkino Faso. Some other tribes found in Africa are the Fang tribe, Fon, Fulani, Ibos, Kikuyu, Maasai, Mandinka, Pygmies, Samburu, Senufo, Tuareg, Wolof, Yoruba and Zulu.

    African Religions: There are two major religions in Africa and hence most of the Africans adhere to either Christianity or Islam. Many adherents of both Islam and Christianity also follow African traditional religions.

    African Arts: African art has certain themes that are repeated throughout all the art forms, be it painting, pottery or any other handicrafts. Some of the subjects that are commonly portrayed are couples, the depiction of woman and a child, a male with a wild animal or the portrayal of an outsider. According to African culture, the depiction of the couples represents ancestors or even community founders. Often there is also depiction of twins. However the representation of the couple is rarely the kind to show sexual intimacy or loves, more often it depicts strength and honor. The portrayal of the woman and her child represents mother earth and the child represents the people living on the earth. The portrayal of the male with the weapon or with a horse is usually representing the power or status conferred upon that man. Finally the portrayal of the stranger represents a foreigner or an outsider. In ancient African culture, the stranger was not welcome and there always existed a gap between the stranger and the African people in the pictures. In the African culture, the songs are used as a mode of communication. Melodies in African music are organized within a scale of four, five, six or seven tones. Common musical instruments used in African music are drums, slit gongs, double-bells, rattles, harps, musical hows, xylophone, flutes and trumpets. Drums are particularly popular which explains the use of several different types of drums like – tama talking drums, bougarabou, djembe, water drums and the ngoma drums.

    African Languages: There are close to 2000 languages spoken throughout Africa. All these languages can be broadly categorized into four major categories, which are Afro-Asiatic languages, Nilo-Saharan languages, Niger-Congo languages and the Khoisan languages. Some of the Nilo-Saharan languages are Kanuri, Songhay, Nubian, and the Nilotic family languages, which include Luo, Dinka, and Maasai. The Niger-Congo languages include the Bantu and Niger-Kordofanian language families. The Khoisan language family includes around thirty languages categorized into five Khoisan families. In addition to these above-mentioned languages, there are also certain non-African languages as well as a large number of sign languages.

    African Clothing: Vibrant colors have always been a prominent feature of the African clothing. A near eastern influence is evident in countries like Egypt where the Gellabiya is worn. The Dashiki is a very colorful men’s garment that covers the upper half of the body, while the traditional female attire is called a Kaftan, which is a loose-fitting pullover garment, usually with an embroidered V-shaped collar. The Boubou, Tuareg, and Mitumba are some other common traditional costumes found in the African countries.

    African Cuisine: The African cuisine is a beautiful concoction of tropical fruits and vegetables as well as the exotic seafood varieties. There are various regional differences in the African cuisine. For instance the Central African cuisine is influenced by the plants grown in the region which chiefly include plantains, cassava, spinach stew, peppers, chilies, onions, okra, ginger and peanut butter. Meat preparations containing crocodile, monkey, warthog and antelopes are also found at times. The East African cuisine rarely features meat forms and includes maize, rice, saffron, cloves, cinnamon, tomatoes, pineapple, orange, lemon and bananas. The North African cuisine owing to the Turkish influence has inclusion of several popular pastries and other bakery items. The southern Africa, owing to its Malay influence includes spicy chutneys and curries and marinated kebabs and sweets savories in its cuisine. On the other hand typical West African meal includes a large number of starchy items and a relatively less number of meat products.

    African Festivals: In addition to the traditional Muslim festivals like Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha and other universal festivals like New Year celebration and Christmas there are several other festivals in Africa. Many of the African festivals are oriented around the farming and harvesting cycles. Some of these popular festivals include Kwanzaa, Yam Festival, Adae Kese festival, Festival of Opet, Homowo, Sed festival and the Osirian festival.

    Indian Culture

    India is known for its spicy curries and healing techniques of Yoga, however there is much more that Indian culture has to offer. Indian culture has its roots in the Indus valley Civilization from where it witnessed the Vedic Age. India then witnessed the rise and decline of Buddhism, the Muslim invasions and the European colonization. Here is a brief attempt to give you an insight into the Indian culture.

    Indian Religions: India is a secular country, which includes a diverse population, with various religions. Some of the prominent religions followed in India remain to be Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, Islam and Christianity.

    Indian Art: Indian art essentially goes hand in hand with the cultural history, religion and fundamental Indian philosophies. The rock carvings, Chola fresco paintings, Madhubani paintings are some instances of ancient Indian art. Indian Music is also a prominent element of Indian culture which traditionally includes Carnatic and Hindustani music.

    Indian Festivals: India has a wide variety of festivals and celebrations originating from the numerous religions that co-exist in India. Read more about the Indian festivals and Indian celebrations. Also read about Indian Clothing and famous Indian Embroidery Techniques.

    Hong Kong Culture and Beliefs

    People
    Hong Kong has a hybrid culture of the east and west, though most of the people belong to the ethnic Chinese group and naturally lean towards their own culture. There are of course many of them who have adopted western ways. There is a heavy influence derived from Cantonese culture too.

    Language
    The most widely spoken language in Hong Kong is Cantonese. It was after the 1997 handover that the government adopted the biliterate and trilingual policy, according to which Chinese and English both must be acknowledged as official languages. Cantonese has been acknowledged as the de facto official spoken dialect of the Chinese in Hong Kong. Standard Mandarin is also spoken in Hong Kong.

    Food
    The food in Hong Kong is a fusion of eastern and western style cuisine. In Hong Kong you are sure to find an unlimited variety of food. Hong Kong has been given the reputable labels of Gourmet Paradise and World’s fair of Food because of its complex combinations and international gourmet expertise.

    Dress
    Traditional dresses like the pien-fu, the ch’ang-p’ao, and the shen-I are very popular among the women of Hong Kong. The people of Hong Kong, like those in China, associate specific colors with different seasons. According to this, green is the color of spring, red the color of summer, white the color of autumn and black the color of winter. The fashion of Hong Kong as well as the entire country revolves around these colors throughout the year. Western clothes have also entered the Hong Kong culture with jeans, skirts and other forms of dresses.

    The traditional designs for men include embroidered clothes with unique designs like phoenixes, dragons and lightening. The men in Hong Kong also wear the traditional long gown.

    Martial Arts
    In Hong Kong martial arts is accepted as a form of exercise and entertainment with Tai Chi being the most popular. Every park in Hong Kong has people practicing this art at dawn. Most of the martial art forms have been passed down from different generations of Chinese ancestry, with styles like the praying mantis, snake fist and crane being the most recognized.

    Leisure
    People in Hong Kong spend time playing games like Mahjong, which is played in relaxation or with plenty of money at stake. Hong Kong has lots of Mahjong shops and parlors available, which makes this game easily accessible. In Hong Kong, people of all age groups also play video games. Today Hong Kong has some of the most up-to-date arcades games available outside Japan. Middle-aged locals in Hong Kong also spend time on horse racing and gambling.

    Beliefs
    Chinese beliefs form an integral part of the culture of Hong Kong. The people in Hong Kong pray and make offerings at more than 600 old and new temples, shrines and monasteries that are found across the territory. Feng Shui is taken very seriously here with expensive construction projects often hiring consultants that are believed to make or break a business. The Bagua mirror is also regularly used to shield evils. People in Hong Kong also believe in numbers, with the Number 4 being avoided at all costs (since it is similar to the Chinese word for die). The people here believe in avoiding the use of scissors on Chinese New Year too.

    Festivals
    Chinese New Year, Ching Ming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival and the Mid-Autumn Festival are the most celebrated festivals in Hong Kong.
    Chinese New Year
    This is one of the most celebrated festivals in Hong Kong, with most shops and small restaurants being closed for 3 days and some even up to 8 days. During this time new clothes are worn to signify the New Year with the color red being used liberally in all decorations. Married people and elders also give red packets to juniors and children. The festivities may vary from one region to region and from family and family.
    Ching Ming Festival
    The Ching Ming festival is also known as Remembrance of Ancestors Day and is celebrated in April. Since this day is devoted to honoring relatives who have died, thousands of Chinese visit cemeteries to clean the graves of their loved ones. Young Chinese children are taught to pray to ancestors and for, the family spirits. In Chinese culture the symbol of light and enemy of darkness is the willow. Some people carry willow branches or hang it on the front door on Ching Ming.
    Dragon Boat Festival
    This festival is undoubtedly one of Hong Kong’s most popular events. The dragon boat festival draws thousands of spectators and racing teams from around the globe. This event is growing more and more popular around the world, especially in places like the USA, Canada and Europe.
    Mid-Autumn Festival
    This festival is also known as the Moon Festival and takes place on the 15th day of the 8th months of the lunar calendar. This festival is a time for members of a family to get together wherever it is possible. Mooncakes form an important part of this festival and is given to relatives and friends during the festival. According to tradition, children carried lanterns of animal shapes lit by candles. During this festival, the hills of Hong Kong, Victoria Park, the beaches and the Peak are shimmering with the glow of lanterns as darkness approaches.

  45. Dianita Devi C1L010008 Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 12:22 pm

    In Thailand
    Shoes
    Do not wear shoes inside a temple where Buddha images are kept. Take your shoes off before entering someone’s home.
    Greetings
    Thais do not shake hands; they ‘wai’ – a gesture made by placing your hands together in front of your face a bowing a little. Generally, you should not wai to a child and a younger person should wai an older person first. However, these rules are possibly a little more flexible as far as a foreigner is concerned, the Thais you wai will generally very much appreciate you delving into the local custom and practice.
    In England
    Time
    You should arrive:
    * At the exact time specified – for dinner, lunch, or appointments with professors, doctors, and other professionals.
    * Any time during the hours specified for teas, receptions, and cocktail parties.
    * A few minutes early: for public meetings, plays, concerts, movies, sporting events, classes, church services, and weddings.
    How to Greet someone in Britain
    The Handshake
    A handshake is the most common form of greeting among the English and British people and is customary when you are introduced to somebody new.
    The Kiss
    It is only when you meet friends, whom you haven’t seen for a long time, that you would kiss the cheek of the opposite sex. In Britain one kiss is generally enough.
    Formal greetings
    The usual formal greeting is a ‘How do you do?’ and a firm handshake, but with a lighter touch between men and women.
    In China
    Dos
    o Always remove your shoe before entering a Chinese temple or home.
    o Greeting the eldest person in a family first is considered as sign of respect and good values in China.
    Don’ts
    o In China, exam papers are not corrected in red ink since it’s used for letters of protest. However, anything else can be written with red ink.
    o Do not leave your chopsticks in a standing position in your bowl and do not tap your bowl with them.

    South Korea Etiquette
    – South Korea etiquette involves some very strict rules regarding who should sit here at the dinner table and it is best to wait till you are told where to sit. Don’t commit a social blunder by making a dash for the empty seat beside the pretty lady.
    – According to Korean etiquette the eldest person at the table eats first. So don’t pounce on your food as soon as it arrives on the table, however famished you might be.
    – Practice saying no when eating out in South Korea. This is because South Korea etiquette dictates that the first offer of the second helping should always be refused.
    – Don’t give rise to the frowns and the raised eyebrows by pointing your chopsticks.
    – Don’t leave your chopsticks sticking out of the rice bowl. This is a definite no-no, as this is funeral ritual.
    – However comfortable it may seem, don’t use your hands to pick up food.
    – Table manners in South Korea say that you don’t leave anything on your plate. Indicate that you are full by keeping your chopsticks on the chopstick rest or on the table.
    In Papua
    There are a women who will do her higer degree in her education. She come from US, to get her doctor, she go to remote area in papua to do an experiment. When she arrived at there, the headman say that she must marry with him befor she do the experiment. And she agree with headman requirement, she get married with headman. After she finished her experiment, she comeback to US.
    In Pulau Bau Bau, Sulawesi
    There are ethnic that don’t know how to write letter, and then someone from South Korea come to there. They teach hanguk mal ( bahasa Korea) with Hangeul (huruf korea). All people in there use bahasa Indonesia to do their activity every day. But they don’t know how to write it, they can’t write A-B-C letter. Then after the Korean arrive, people in pulau Bau Bau, used Hangeul (huruf korea) to write Bahasa Indonesia.

  46. Dwi Nur Alifah (C1L009047) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    China’s culture:
    Not being a Christian country, the Chinese do not recognize the term “Bless you” or “God Bless you” when you sneeze. In China, when someone sneezes, you simply ignore it.
    Say “Thank you” by tapping four fingers down on the table.
    Always refill other’s cups with tea or drink without being asked.
    THUMBS UP SIGN IN SOME COUNTRIES
    The thumbs-up sign consists of a closed fist held with the thumb extended upward. The most common interpretation of this sign is as a sign of approval, but there are some countries where it may be an insult or where it will not be understood.
    The origin of the sign is unclear, but one theory is that the thumbs up sign was used by the crowds to signal if a defeated gladiator should be spared, whereas the thumbs down would signal that he should be killed.
    Let’s have a look at different countries and what the thumbs-up sign means there:

    Australia – If it is still or downwards, it usually means OK or alright (or agreement). Thumbs-up with a little upward motion can be a grave insult, depending on context.

    Canada – The sign means alright or good. you can use it to signify approval.

    China – OK, good.

    Egypt – Perfect, good

    France – OK.

    Germany – Ok, well done, great.

    Greece – Means great, good job, OK, congratulations.
    India – In India, although the gesture is well accepted, similar gestures have negative connotations:
    • While doing a thumbs up, if the hand is wagged from side to side in a reverse- pendulum like movement, it means “won’t work” or “disagree”.
    • Another rude gesture among kids (now less popular), is to show the thumb to a person and say “thengaa,” sometimes followed making a face, drawing the tongue out and touching the chin with it.It indicates cocking a snook at someone.
    • Showing your thumb to someone and calling him/her “angoothachaap”(thumb-print) implies that you are insulting him/her as an illiterate person.
    Iran – Very obscene gesture.

    Iraq – Very obscene gesture.

    Ireland – OK, good.

    Italy – OK, go or alright or used for hitchhiking.

    Japan – Sometimes means ”good”, not widely practiced by adults.

    New Zealand – Means like all good, or yes or anything positive really (when hitchhiking this gesture is also used but held right out so people in cars can see).

    Russia – Well done, good.

    Spain – All right.

    Sweden – OK, great.

    Thailand – Very obscene gesture.

    Turkey – Not used.

    United Kingdom – OK, good.

    USA – Means ”great” or ”awesome” or whatever. Also used to sign approval, but stronger than an OK sign.

    In Hawai, there is shaka sign. The shaka sign is a common greeting gesture. It is often associated with Hawai’i. It consists of extending the thumb and smallest finger while keeping the three middle fingers curled, and raising the hand as in salutation with the back of the hand facing the person that is being greeted; sometimes the hand is rotated back and forth to emphasize the sign. Hawaiian locals use the shaka to convey what locals in Hawai’i call the “Aloha Spirit,” a gesture of friendship and understanding between the various ethnic cultures that reside within Hawai’i, and thus it does not have a direct semantic to literal translation. Depending on context it can also be used to communicate notions such as “all right,” “cool,” “smooth,” and the like.

    Some of Japan culture :
    • When invited to a Japanese house, it is a tradition to bring a small present. It can be a wine gift basket or fruit gift baskets. If this is a business trip – bring corporate gifts unique to your country.
    • Bowing is a very important custom in Japan culture. It expresses respect, thanking, apologizing, greeting, and so on.
    Don’t assume you can learn how to do it right. A simple inclination of the head or a slight bow at the waist is enough for foreigners.
    The reason is that Bowing is nothing less than an art. The etiquette is very complex. The depth and length of a bow depends on the social status or age of the person you bow to.
    • You are not supposed to turn your back to someone in higher status than you, even if you are saying goodbye. This leads to very amusing situations where people part going backwards, and even enter the Taxi with their backside first.
    • Addressing someone by attaching ‘san’ to their last name is essential. This is not necessary with kids.
    • Remove your shoes when entering Japanese houses and some restaurants. You will be provided with slippers. These slippers are removed before walking on Tatami mats.
    If you are not given slippers, you can wear your socks, so make sure you have nice socks on.
    There are special slippers for the toilet area. You must change back to regular slippers.
    • Sit on the Tatami mats on the floor in the traditional Japanese way.
    Men can sit cross legged, and women can sit on their knees putting both legs to one side.
    Greetings tradition in some country
    • Thailand
    The Thai greeting referred to as the wai (Thai: ไหว้, pronounced ) consists of a slight bow, with the palms pressed together in a prayer-like fashion. It is very similar to the Indian Añjali Mudrā/namasté and the Cambodian sampeah. The higher the hands are held in relation to the face and the lower the bow, the more respect or reverence the giver of the wai is showing. The wai is also common as a way to thank someone or apologise.
    The word often spoken with the wai as a greeting or farewell is sawasdee (สวัสดี, pronounced ).
    • India
    If you fans of Indian cinema, such as Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Mohabbatein, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham or, certainly is not foreign to hear the word ‘Namaste’. When we meet someone, we must do Anjali Mudra and say ‘Namaste’. In sanskrit, Namaste means i bow to you.
    • Alaska
    In alaska, greeting tradition known as ‘Eskimo Kissing’.
    • New Zealand
    Greeting traditon in new zaeland is Hongi. Hongi same as eskimo kissing in Alaska.

    The“A-OK”
    Mainly used by scuba divers to mean “OK” (to prevent ambiguity with the thumbs-up sign, which means “ascend”), this hand gesture is generally called ‘A-OK’, and in America and the UK is often used to tell somebody that they’ve made a great meal, as talking with your mouth would just be impolite. Essentially the meaning comes out as “great”, or “absolutely fine”.
    Not so, however, in a few countries in Europe, where the numerical interpretation gives the signal an insulting overtone – essentially you’re telling them that you think they’re a ‘zero’.
    Far worse, however, is the meaning in Brazil, Germany and a few Mediterranean countries: the circular shape of the gesture gives it the meaning of “anus”, and is therefore used to call somebody an “asshole”, or, by extension, a homosexual.

  47. Wicaksono Adi N (C1L009006) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    The “V Sign”
    • In Argentina, the V sign, besides “victory”, is linked to a political movement, the Peronismo.
    • Villanova University students, alumni, and fans “throw their Vs up” in tradition and as a sign of pride of their university and athletic teams.
    • A similar tradition exists at the University of Southern California. The sign, a “V for Victory,” is often made at sporting events and other USC functions as a mark of school pride.
    • V sign, especially when printed in green, is a sign of the Iranian Green Movement.
    • After the first elections in Iraq after the U.S. Invasion, a well known photo was circulated of a woman showing the V sign with one of her fingers dipped in purple ink. The ink is used to identify individuals who have already voted.
    • In Poland during the Solidarity movement, protesters showed the V sign meaning they would defeat Communism. After partially free elections, when Tadeusz Mazowiecki was chosen as prime minister (August 24, 1989), he went to the MPs with the V sign, which was transmitted on TV. It is sometimes shown during debates about the fall of Communism.
    • In Croatia, the V sign represents the World War II-era Nazi movement called the Ustase. Extending two fingers into the V sign resembles the letter U, for Ustase.
    • During the Yugoslav Wars, Croatian troops and paramilitary militia used the sign as a greeting or an informal salute or menacing gesture. U.S. and NATO peacekeepers stationed in Bosnia were forbidden to use the V-sign (peace symbol) to avoid frightening or upsetting the Bosniak communities they defended or offending Serbs they might encounter.
    • In Vietnam, the V sign means “hello” since the Vietnamese word for the number “2″ sounds like the English pronunciation of the greeting “hi”.
    Shaking Hand Culture in some countries
    • Generally, English people do not shake hands, except when they meet for the first time. On the other hand, in other European countries (France, Italy,…), people shake hands every time they meet.
    • In Arab, handshakes accompanied with the salutation As-Salamu’alaykum (peace be upon you) are an old tradition.
    • In Turkey, outside business situations, shaking hands is not the standard greeting among men. In casual non-business situations, men will less likely shake hands and among women hardly at all. Kissing each other on the cheek twice is a more common practice.
    • South Africa. Some Africans in South Africa have a complicated handshake; step one: interlock pinkies. Step two: clasp fists. Step three: back to the pinkies.
    • Cambodia — here, one would put your hands together like “praying hands” holding them against your chest. The higher you hold your hands, the more respect you show.
    • Benin — young men often snap fingers when shaking hands
    • Botswana — people touch hands, like a handshake that doesn’t include a grip, just lightly grazing palms and fingers.
    In European cultures — aside from bows done by performers on stage, such as at the curtain call — bowing is an exclusively male practice, and females instead perform a related gesture called a “curtsey” or “curtsy.” The depth of the bow is related to the degree of respect or gratitude. In European courtly circles, males were expected to “bow and scrape” (hence the term “bowing and scraping” for what appears to be excessive ceremony). “Scraping” refers to the drawing back of the right leg as one bows, such that the right foot scrapes the floor or earth. Typically, while executing such a bow, the man’s left hand is pressed horizontally across the abdomen while the right is held out from the body.
    Bowing in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan
    Bows are the traditional greeting in East Asia, particularly in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. However, bowing is not reserved only for greetings. Bowing is a gesture of respect. Different bows are used for apologies and gratitude, to express different emotions, humility, sincerity, remorse, or deference, and in various traditional arts and religious ceremonies. Bowing has been a way to show respect to people for a long time in East Asia.
    Basic bows originate at the waist and are performed with the back straight and the hands at the sides (for men) or clasped in front (for women), and with the eyes down. Generally, the longer and deeper the bow, the stronger the emotion or the greater the difference in social standing.
    Bows can be generally divided into three main types: informal, formal, and very formal. Informal bows are made at about a fifteen degree angle and more formal bows at about thirty degrees. Very formal bows are deeper. In extreme cases a kneeling bow is performed, which may be so deep that the forehead touches the floor. There is an extremely complex etiquette surrounding bowing, including the length and depth of bow, and the appropriate response. For example, if the other person maintains his or her bow for longer than expected (generally about two or three seconds), it is polite to bow again, upon which one may receive another bow in return, often leading to an exchange of progressively lighter bows.
     The ILY is a sign from American Sign Language which, as a gesture, has moved into the mainstream. It is used in the United States and other Americanized countries. It originated in American Sign Language as a combination of the letters I, L and Y (I Love You). The sign is a very informal way of expressing a number of positive emotions ranging from general esteem to love for the recipient of the sign.
    Birthday tradition in some country
    Africa
    In many African cultures, the day a child is born is not observed as a special day. Instead, when African children reach a certain age, they are initiated into the community and this is when they learn the laws, beliefs, customs, songs and dances of their tribes. These initiation ceremonies are celebrated for groups of children instead of individual children.
    Egyptian
    Birthday Traditions – Egyptian birthday parties are full of singing and dancing when a child fulfills a year in his/her life. Lots of flowers and fruit are used to decorate the party as symbols of life and growth.
    Chinese
    Birthday Traditions – When a Chinese child turns one year old, it is a very important event. The parents might tell the baby’s fortune by placing the baby in the center of a group of objects (such as coins, a doll, a book, etc.) and they wait to see which object the baby picks up. If the baby picked up a coin, he/she may be rich, if the baby reached for a book he/she may become a teacher, if the baby reached for the doll he/she may have many children, etc. The sixth birthday is also a special birthday for the Chinese. For the party itself, friends and relatives are invited for lunch and extra-long noodles are served to wish the birthday child a long life.
    Japanese
    Birthday Traditions – Certain birthdays in Japan are more important than others (the 3rd, 5th, and 7th). During these special birthdays, Japanese children participate in the upcoming Shichi-go-san Festival (meaning the “Seven-Five-Three” Festival), celebrated annually on November 15. During this festival, children and their families visit a shrine or other place of worship and will give thanks to God for their health and strength, and ask to be blessed with continued well-being in the future and a long life (this is due to the fact that a long time ago children died before their 3rd, 5th or 7th birthdays). For this occasion, girls and boys always dress in their finest clothes, which may be traditional kimonos or also western-style clothing.
    Mexican
    Birthday Traditions – In Mexico, kids love to have pinata’s at their birthday. A pinata is usually made out of paper mache (usually in the form of an animal or object), is filled with goodies and hung from the ceiling or a tree branch. The birthday child is blindfolded and hits the pinata until it is cracked open and all the goodies fall out. All the children then get to share the goodies.
    Also, when a daughter reaches her 15th birthday (which is called a “quinceanera”), the birthday is celebrated with a special mass in her honor. This celebration often includes a religious ceremony at church, in which the young lady recognizes her heritage and her spiritual journey. A party is then given to introduce her to everyone as a young woman, and the father may dance a waltz with her. In some Latin American countries, a young woman changes her shoes from flats to heels during the ceremony (this is symbolic—it shows that she has moved on to a higher level of responsibility).
    In Mexico there are two celebrations you have for your birthday. The first one is for your name or saint’s day, which on this day you attend church and a priest blesses you. Then you go home to have a party that includes relatives and close family friends. The saint’s day party is much quieter and more formal.

  48. Cahyaning Vidyaswati D.H (C1L010058) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    Cahyaning Vidyasati D.H
    C1l010058

    based on my friend in jamaica, he told ,e that:

    1. their national dish is ackee and saltfish, they have a national athem and pillage
    2. if when it comes to their parents, they respect them and their elderly
    3. you have high class ( the government ect. people who has it ), middle class ( people like him who get it when they can ), and low class ( poor people, they live in ghetto area but you have some poor people who try there best and work their heart out to get it and there education while you have the bad ones who turn gunman and thief and having police running after them because of them causing destruction all over jamaica )
    3. if you drew up in a christian home yo would become a christian here and they have 1 god and many religions because of immigrants
    4. most christian prefer to worship differently. anglican church, baptist churches, roman catholic.

  49. Pradita virgiawan ( C1L009022 ) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Batak ethnic group consists of tribes such as:

    a. Karo highlands inhabited, Langkat, Hulu, Hulu Delli, Serdang Hulu and some Dairi.
    b. Simalungun, Simalungun inhabit.
    c. Toba, sekiar inhabit the lake Toba Samosir island, the Asahan, Silundung, the area between the balls-sibolga.
    d. Pak-pak Dairi inhabit.
    e. Angkola, inhabit the area and Sipirok Angkola, some Sobolga and Batang Toru, and the northern part of Padang Lawas.
    f. Mandailing, Mandailing inhabit Ulu, arrangements, and the southern part of Padang Lawas.

    Language: the language used is the Batak language. In everyday interactions known several dialects, namely, as follows:

    a. Slang Karo, Karo people use.
    b. Slang Pak-Pak, used the Pak-Pak
    c. Slang Simalungun, used the Simalungun.
    d. Slang toba, used by the Toba, Humbang, Silindung and Samosir.
    e. Sipiroh dialect, used by people Angkola, and Mandailing Sipiroh.

    Kinship system

    During his kinship system considering Batak communities in patriliniel genealogical relationships, the kinship group which is calculated through the line or the father’s male relatives.

    kinship group is the smallest batih family or rips (Toba), Jabu (Karo). While a large group of relatives of the clan called toba (according to the Karo). the Batak ethnic customs are still quite strong. such as wedding ceremonies, death ceremonies and so on.

    Religion

    Batak society mandailing Angkola and Islamic religious majority, was Batak Karo, Pak-Pal, Simalungun and Toba Protestant Christian majority. besides the two religions Batak people also have faith in supernatural beings, they believed that nature and its contents were created by dibata-Kaci Kaci (Karo) or Debata Mulajadi, Na Balloon (Toba) who resides in the heavens.

    Batak society recognize the concept of the three concepts of soul and spirit:

    a. Tondi, a soul or spirit of a person as well as the power received when in the womb.
    b. Sahala, a soul or spirit power of a person who can determine the next path.
    c. Begu, is the soul or spirit of the dead.

    Banyumas
    Tari lengger
    While the dancers above are performing something most Javanese themselves are clueless about; the Banyumas region’s Like the Solonese, it is an interactive communal dance, during which amateurs (males only) could dance with the professional dancers for a little money. Banyumas is in Central Java, but its dialect, lexicon, dances and music are very different from the Solonese and Yogyanese. They’re livelier, faster in rhythm, and are, by the snob mainstream Javanese, considered as ‘vulgar’. The difference in visual terms as far as it is what shows in the pic above are apparent; the headgear is nothing like the Solonese and Yogyanese dancer’s; the way the scarf is worn around the neck is not the mainstream way, either; and at the Banyumas dancers’ waists you could see dark sunglasses — those, too, are never to be parts of a Solonese or Yogyanese dancing prop.Dancers with fans, from Purwokerto, Central Java. The dance is called ‘trètèk’, a sort of a communal ‘welcome dance’. Ask any Javanese if he or she has ever heard of this dance. They’d say no. And the dress, too, is unfamiliar to most of us; it looks closer to some Sumateranese dance costumes.Mobile dancers of Cilacap, a coastal town of Central Java. They’ve been everywhere in this island scraping a living (that’s eome cash on the tray held by the female dancer at the left), without getting noticed by other Javanese; but one real look at the dresses, the music, the songs and how they speak, a Yogyanese or Solonese would recognize that this isn’t something he or she is familiar with.

    Gamelan sekaten
    Sekaten an event which is always held once a year. And of course the place is not far from my house based in the court of the Mosque of Yogyakarta Kauman Malem market … and it is on the North Square of Yogyakarta.

    Sekaten usually held on December 5 to 12 Maulud according to the Javanese calendar Sultan greatness … Nah .. at the ceremony, a typical sekaten tradition they carry “Dalem Kagungan Gangsa Kangjeng Kyai Sekati saka Kagungan Dalem Lor Ward Ponconiti Kamandhungan Keben Kingdom dilenggahake wonten Kagungan Dalem Pagongan Ian Ward Pagongan Lor Kidul Dalem ingkang wonten court Kagungan Gedhe Mosque. “

  50. felantinu arasy Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    Felantinu arasy jonnata
    C1L010055

    Question : Find the example of Different Culture Around The World.

    1.April fool’s day :
    April Fool, known as April Fools’ Day in English, is commemorated every April 1 of each year. On that day, people may be lying or giving a joke to others while not being considered guilty. Today is marked by intrigue cheating and other jokes on family, enemies, friends and even neighbors with the aim to embarrass people who are easily deceived. In some countries such as England and Australia and South Africa, jokes should onlydone until noon or before noon . Someone who plays tricks after noon referred to as “April Fool”. But in other places such as Canada, France, Ireland, Italy, Russia, the Netherlands and the United States free joke is played throughout the day. That day also commemorated on the Internet.
    2.Diferent shake hand
    There is many type shaking hand in the world example:
    - France handshake is quick and crisp
    - Arab handshake is limp and long
    - In south Africa, the stronger the handshake I, the better
    - In Saudi arabia and Thailand , touching a woman even in a hand shake is poor manners.
    - In south America social kiss is acceptable on one cheek or two.
    - In japan appropriate bow depends on our relative age.

    3. Walking corpse in Tanah Toraja

    Toraja land existing in human bodies that can walk on two legs, like a living person who does not lack anything. If you want to find also the difference, there, but not so visible. Perhaps according Tampubolon, the corpse walk stiffly and somewhat jerky.

    In order to do it on the corpse not to be left unknown area (person Toradja respect the spirit of every person who died) and also so he does not mengusahkan other man (to be very unlikely to carry the continuous feeding djenazah Rubin who travel days), then with a single magic, perhaps a kind of hypnotism under the terms of today, the bodies are required to go home on foot and only stopped when he had put his body in his own house.

  51. Dwi Untari Bihandari (C1L010053) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Q : culture around the world?
    A :

    -TRADITION OF BEAUTY IN THE WORLD-
    Beauty is pain. The term that becomes pretty is painful probably not an overstatement. View history, extreme practices have been recorded in the beauty tradition in various parts of the world.

    Here are some extreme practices of the world’s traditional beauty:
    1. FOOD BINDING
    This tradition is practiced a number of middle and upper class women in China before the 20th century. Since the age of 5-8 years, they tied four toes, except the thumb, down soles. Fabric used to bind and then sutured to prevent the growth of these four fingers and let it blend with the soles of the feet.
    In their culture, form a small foot is a symbol of female beauty. In fact, it can improve male sexual arousal. For the sake of the honor in society, they willingly have broken bones and infections during the binding process.

    2. ELONGATE NECK
    Elongate the neck for rural tribes in Paudang, Thailand, has a long neck would look elegant and beautiful. In the name of beauty, they are determined to to do extreme by wearing a metal coil in the neck. As increasing age, the coil added a long neck bone to grow naturally.

    3. STRETCHING LIP
    The symbol of beauty Mursi tribe in Ethiopia is the lip width. The tradition, known by the term ‘Labret’ was done by punching holes in the bottom lip such as piercing wide as 1-2 inches. Then, put a kind of circle disc in it.
    Every two to three weeks, they replace the disc with a larger diameter. This lasted until his lips reached 15-25 centimeters in diameter. This tradition is usually done by women since the age of 13-16 years, or before marriage.

    And there are some other cultures around the world:
    4. GEISHA
    Geisha originated from the word “Gei” means arts or performance in Japanese and “Sha” means people, so Geisha (person of the arts) is a traditional artist entertainer in Japan. In Kyoto itself, the word “Geiko” is used to illustrate the artists like that. The presence of geisha in 18th and 19th centuries are commonplace, and until now they still exist even though their numbers have decreased.

    5. SATI
    The tradition of sati or burn themselves alive, is regarded as a the symbol of piety, as well as showing the ownership of men over women, usually done by high caste women and women only credible option that can do it. Sati tradition is seen as a better alternative when a wife widowed by their husbands, rather than persecute them from brothers-in-law, who would blame women for causing dead husband.

  52. Desiana Budi Puspitasari ( C1L009031 ) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    1. Amerika
    When we walks to Pocatello, Idaho one part country in Amerika we will happy looks the people of there. Because, in Pocatello not smiling in common place as an ilegal action.
    2. Japan
    In Japan when we eat Ramen, we must to make some sound ( Srupuuut ) to show that Ramen really delicious.
    3. Indonesia ( Papua )
    Women in Papua ( i’m forget with the name ), when the woman was married and or any boy of they family died too, they must cut they finger. Like they husband died they must cut one of they finger.
    4. South Korea
    a. Korean people must eat seaweed soup,when birthday come.
    b. Plastic surgery is not a big problem in there. When we graduated from senior high school parents will give present to their child to change nose or eyes with plastic surgery.
    c. We will never see an istant artis or actor in south korea, because management artis doing a training 3 – 7 years before their artis debut in televisi.
    5. North Korea
    People in Norh Korea must be give a salut or to bow the head every through the statue of their President Kim Il Sung.

  53. Guritno Adhi Prabowo Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    Nama : Guritno Adhi Prabowo
    NIM : C1L010004

    Culture in Egypt
    Friday is a holiday for the people of Egypt. So Friday night is the time to have fun and hanging out with friends. In Egypt, Friday night is the same as Saturday night in Indonesia. Friday night at the Egyptian situation is the same as Friday night in Indonesia, teens, couples, father & mother and children gathered in the street, tourist resort, and maybe just to chat. Daily habits in the community is also unique. Impressed their cultural behavior that faith in God Almighty, express mutual affection, the heart that is easy pity, roomy chest and not vindictive. But besides that, there are also some of their behavior that much to say, like anger and reproach, satisfied, proud and revere the existing circumstances, so there is an expression such as, Misr Ummud Dun-yes, Mirs Ahsan Phil ‘Nature, and so forth. Speaking of crime in Egypt, it seems still more minimal when compared to large cities laen country.

    Culture in Saudi Arabia
    Islam is practiced by all Saudis and organize your personal life, politics, economics and law. During the holy month of Ramadan all Muslims must fast from dawn till night and only allowed to work six hours per day. Fasting does not include eating, drinking, smoking, or chewing gum. Expatriates are not required to fast, but they should not eat, drink, smoke, or chew gum in public.
    Family Score: 1) family and the tribe is the basis of social structure, 2) As seen in their naming convention, the Saudis are aware of their heritage, their clan, and their families, and their nuclear families, 3) the Saudis take their responsibility for families they pretty serious, 4) tends to a large family and the family quite close, 5) Individuals are social networks and help when they need from family, 6) Nepotism is considered a good thing, since it implies that employing people who know and trust is the most important , 7) shake hands if same-sex disunnahkan hug, if the opposite sex, just enough to shake hands

    Culture in Japan
    1)Tea
    Japan is famous for its tea. Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activities involving the preparation and presentation ceremony Matcha, green tea powder.
    Almost all the places where the implements for making and serving tea can be determined, and where the host can make tea before guests sit down, can be used as a place to drink tea.
    2)Japanese people when riding the escalator will be on the left, because the right is used for people who rush
    3) Matsuri is a Japanese word which by definition means Shinto rituals dedicated to us, while the meaning of secularism means the festival, celebration or holiday celebrations.Matsuri is held in many places in Japan and are generally held Jinja, or shrine, although there are also Matsuri Matsuri held church and that is not associated with religious institutions. In the Kyushu region, Matsuri, held in the fall called Kunchi.Most of Matsuri was held with the intention to pray for the success of the fish catch and harvest success (rice, wheat, peanuts, millet, maize), success in business, healing and immunity to disease, safety from disaster, and as a thank you after successfully completing a Heavy duty. Matsuri is also held to celebrate the tradition associated with the change of seasons or pray for souls of famous. Meaning ceremony performed and the time of the matsuri varied in accordance with the objectives of the Matsuri. Matsuri which have the same goal and purpose of the ritual may have different meanings depending on the region.On the organizing Matsuri almost always be found procession or parade Mikoshi, Dashi (Danjiri) and Yatai all of which are the names of vehicles or objects containing We worship. At Matsuri also found Chigo (small children in the procession), Miko (executor girls ritual), Tekomai (men dressed in women), Hayashi (typical music Matsuri), dancers, participants and spectators who dress up and dressed, and market shocked many different kinds of food and games.
    Culture in China
    Dress and Clothing
    . In a typical Chinese wedding, the bride will wear a white wedding dress the same as that used in the wedding in the western world. Business clothes similar to those used anywhere in the world to trade a given industry. Businesses suitable for marketing sales and banking, while the Dockers and a shirt without a tie that is suitable for professional factory all the way to the plant manager. Workers, however, will usually wear a uniform.
    What needs to be at an example of china
    1. efficient manner to ensure survival (survival)
    2. a high savings rate that does not even make sense, despite the urgent need
    3. hard work to run out of breath to fight the obstacles that exist in a world that is unpredictable (uunpredictable world)
    4. people who can be trusted is the family environment and
    5. adherence to the head of the family and always be ready any time to have a strong resistance

    Culture in Indonesia
    A. Java
    Java female beauty lies in the clothes she wears. Very traditional Saris java and ethnic yet contemporary famous throughout the world, kebaya and kemben. But now the kebaya outfit began eliminated by modern clothing.
    B. Batak
    1.Secondary Funeral Tradition. A few years after the body was buried, the bones of the corpses were buried taken then cleaned and buried again.
    2.The palm wine drinking tradition in everyday life. Fortification is the lead taken from the Virgin coconut or palm (coconut).
    C. Madura
    1.Tradition Bull Race. In this race, sort of an interesting pair of ox cart of wood (where the jockey standing and controlling the cow pairs) are also managed in the cow racing against other couples. Race tracks typically about 100 meters race and the race can take about ten to fifteen seconds.

    D. Bali
    Ngaben or the Cremation Ceremony is the ritual performed to send the dead through the transition into the next life. Village Kul Kul, hanging in the tower of the village temple, will sound a certain beat to announce the departure of the deceased. Body of the deceased will be placed at Bale Delod, as if he slept, and the family will continue to treat him as if he were still alive yet sleeping. No tears are shed, because he only went a while and he will reincarnate into the family. Nyepi is the Hindu new year, Hindus all over the world will remain silent in the house of one full day

  54. Faiz Amer Abdat C1L010003 Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    Name : Faiz Amer Abdat
    NIM : C1L010003

    Differents Culture Around The World

    1. Afrika:
    According to one unique traditional culture of Africa, the people of Labola follow an interesting custom. The groom has to pay the father of the bride to compensate for the ‘loss’ of his daughter to the man in marriage. Traditionally, the groom had to pay in cattle, but today the father of the bride is compensated in cash. This tradition has deep rooted reasons for bringing families together. It helps build mutual respect between the families and also shows the father, that the boy is capable of providing and supporting his daughter.

    2. Spain:
    One of the funny facts about Spain is that when the Spaniards talk to each other, they stand very close and touch each other every now and then on the shoulder while talking.

    3. Afghanistan :
    Afghans are very proud of their land, religion and ancestry. They value their independence beyond life. These highlanders are known for their loyalty to the clan, and due to clan warfare, they seem always up-in-arms to settle disputes. However, this is wrongly interpreted as a preference for violence. This particular trait is the result of consistent foreign invasion.

    4. India :
    For example, the Western lifestyle is informal, life in India borders on conservatism and rigidity. There is a strict observance of the hierarchical set up in India , unlike the West where roles are not strictly compartmentalized. There is a freedom to question in the West and argue policies which is a rare sight in the Indian culture. Right from the classroom, Indian students are not encouraged to question policies, or speak up on issues that interest them. While this need not translate into the work culture, nevertheless, reluctance on the employee’s part to come up with bold ventures is common

    5. In japan(Meeting Etiquette) :
    . Greetings in Japan are very formal and ritualized.
    It is important to show the correct amount of respect and deference to someone based upon their status relative to your own.
    . If at all possible, wait to be introduced.
    . It can be seen as impolite to introduce yourself, even in a large gathering.
    . While foreigners are expected to shake hands, the traditional form of greeting is the bow. How far you bow depends upon your relationship to the other person as well as the situation. The deeper you bow, the more respect you show.
    . A foreign visitor (‘gaijin’) may bow the head slightly, since no one expects foreigners to generally understand the subtle nuances of bowing.

  55. Wika Wijayanti Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 7:22 pm

    Differentiation culture in the world

    1. African Clothing:
    Vibrant colors have always been a prominent feature of the African clothing. A near eastern influence is evident in countries like Egypt where the Gellabiya is worn. The Dashiki is a very colorful men’s garment that covers the upper half of the body, while the traditional female attire is called a Kaftan, which is a loose-fitting pullover garment, usually with an embroidered V-shaped collar. The Boubou, Tuareg, and Mitumba are some other common traditional costumes found in the African countries.

    2. Chinese Clothing:
    Another important aspect is ancient Chinese clothing. Archaeological evidences have shown the presence of bone sewing machines, ornamental shells and stone beads as early as 18,000 years ago. The three traditional Chinese clothing are the pien-fu (two piece ceremonial costume), the ch’ang-p’ao (long dress), and the shen-i. Embroidered designs were a unique feature of traditional Chinese clothing.

    3. Kimono

    Worn by – both men and women

    Kimono is the most definitive Japanese garment, but what most people don’t know is that there are kimonos for men too. But the kimonos for men are not so very flashy and elaborate, they are just simple loosely-seamed and garments with narrower sleeves than those for women.

    Women have some really dazzling styles of kimonos available to them, and each one of them is quite a prize to possess. Kimonos are made of silk and they are extremely expensive. The designs on kimonos are mostly unique, which means, you will not be able to find two kimonos of the very same kind. There are many different parts that make up a kimono and each of the parts has a name of its own. Even the opening under the sleeve has a name in Japanese, for that matter. That just goes to indicate how detailed and methodical the Japanese are about everything, even the clothes that they wear.

    Kimonos are typically worn with an obi, i.e. the sash that holds it in place. Unique shoes such as geta or zori are worn with the kimono. Women look charming in a kimono, but in today’s times the tragedy is that most women cannot wear their own kimono. In times of yore, there were women who used to hire people especially to help them wear their kimonos. Today, that kind of frivolousness is not rampant, but women still look for assistance to get dressed up in kimonos. The direct result of this is that prominence of the kimonos themselves has effectively reduced in Japanese clothing.

    Junihitoe

    Worn by – mostly women

    The junihitoe is an advanced form of the kimono, if that were actually possible! In Japanese parlance, junihitoe literally translates to ‘robe of twelve layers’ and indeed the junihitoe is made to be such elaborate attire. In traditional times, it was worn only by highborn Japanese ladies. The robe is predominantly made of silk and the innermost layer is of the purest white silk. The other layers all drape one after the other over this innermost layer, and the outermost layer, which is designed like a coat is the one that lends the colorful and artistic appeal to the garment.

    The junihitoe is a very expensive garment, and is rarely available outside Japan. Even within Japan, it is difficult to get a junihitoe nowadays. The garment is designed with the greatest of esthetic styles. When you see scenes of Japanese regal ladies with very detailed fans in their hands, you are probably seeing them dressed in a junihitoe.

    Yukata

    Worn by – women and sometimes men

    Yukata is a thin garment that is worn by Japanese women in the hot summer months. This is a very simple garment worn in the kimono style, but it is not as elaborate as the kimono. Literally, yukata means ‘bath clothes’, but in reality these clothes are worn for several occasions and even some festivals and events like the fireworks displays.

    The basic difference between the kimono and the yukata is that the kimono is necessarily made of silk, but the yukata is made of cotton. The structure of the dress is basically the same, but it is less complex. Today, you can find the yukata in several interesting colors, but the traditional yukatas were always made of indigo dyed cotton.

    The way the women wear a yukata make them quite stylish, just like the manner in which a kimono is worn. The yukata is kept in place with an obi and they are almost always accessorized with a geta, which are traditional wooden sandals.

    The yukata has some traditional and cultural significance too. Normally, the left end of the yukata is meant to be wrapped over the right side. The reverse is worn only for dead people who are leaving in their funerals. Even among the wrestlers, there’s some significance. If a wrestler is wearing a yukata in the cold months, then you must understand this is a junior wrestler. It is mandatory for junior wrestlers to wear yukata all times of the year.

  56. SITI NUR AZIZAH_C1L010007 Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    1. Egypt “mummy”
    ancient Egyptian believe there was reincarnation, so there was a culture like “mummy”. mummy is a preserve corpse. ancient Egyptian Society believes that as long as his body still intact, then he will stay alive. therefore, people tried to preserve the corpse for him to live forever.

    2. Japan “seppuku / ritual suicide”
    seppuku is ritual suicide and outside of Japan is more popular with the term “harakiri”, although in Japanese it self Harakiri term is considered as a rough term. ritual seppuku usually requires the active involvement of at least two peoples. one who would commit suicide and another one is the best man (Kaishakunin), which served behead people who do seppuku. only in that neck of the beheaded beheading not really broken, there must be meat that makes a severed head remains attached to his body. it’s difficult , therefore, the companion must be whiz sword.

    3. Bali “nyepi”
    Every religion or culture all over the word has their own way to define and celebrate their new year. the same thing also occurs in Bali. however the Balinese use many different calendar system. they have adopted the Gregorian calendar for bisiness and goverment purpose. but for the andless procession of holydays, temple anniversaries, celebration, secred dances, building houses, wedding ceremonies, death and cremation processes and other activities that define Balinese life, they have two calendar sytems. one of the most its culture is “nyepi”.
    nyepi is day to make and keep the balance of nature. on nyepi day it self, every street is quiet. there are nobody doing their normal daily activities. there is usually Pecalangs (traditional Balinese security man) who controls and checks for street security. Pecalang wear a black uniform and a Udeng or Destar (a Balinese traditional “hat” that is usually in ceremony). the Pacalang main task is not only to control the security of the street but also to stop any activities that disturb nyepi. no traffic is allowed, not only cars but also people, who have stay in their own houses. light is kept to a minimum or not at all, the radio or TV is turned down and of course no one works. even love making, this ultimate activity of all leisure times, is not supposed to take place, no even attempted. the whole day is simply filled with the barking of a few dogs, the shrill of insect and is a simple long quiet day in the calendar of this otherwise hectic island. on nyepi the world expected to be clean and everything starts a new, with man showing his symbolic control over him self and the “force” of the world, hence the mandtory religious control.

    4. Spain “The ‘Tomatina’ Tomato Fight”
    the festival on the last wednesday of august is called ‘the tomatina’ and is basically a townwide tomato fight. it is thought the tradition began in 1945 when a fight erupted among two yaoung members of carnival crowd. a vegetable stall was nearby in the town square and every starter throwing tomatoes at each other. exactly one year later, young people met at the square, but this time with their own tomatoes. another food-fight started but was broken up by police.
    the festival is with a ham-on-a-stick contest where competitors raced up a pole to retrieve a smoked leg of ham. when the ham is cut down, people put on eye protection and cry for tomatoes as trucks dump the squishy produce on to the village streets. they then proceed to pelt each other with them until all have been used up.
    in the following years this practice was banned by the authorities, but due to popular demand was given official recognition in 1959. this was only to occur if participants would respect the start and the end of tomato-throwing being announced with a banger.

    5. Thailand “Poi Sang Long Ceremony”
    the Poi SAng Long ceremony in Mae Hong Son is a Buddhist novice ordination ceremony, but it is unlike any other ceremony of its type in the country. young boys aged between 7 and 14 are ordained as novices so they can spend time studying Buddhist doctrines. it is believed that by pursuing ordination for their parents, they gain merit.
    the origins of this festival lie in Buddhist legend. it is believed that the tradition follows in the footsteps of Prince Rahula, the Buddha’s own son, who gave up his worldly. Prince Rahula became the youngest ordinatied monk and the first novice in Buddhism. subsequently it became a tradition for yaoung boys to be ordained so they can undertake the study of Buddhist teachings. with deep reverence for the Buddhist religion, the local residents in Mae Hong Son province are of the view that the celebrations should be as grand as possible.
    the Poi Sang Long ceremony is unique to Mae Hong Son province. a colourful spectacle to witness, it is perhaps one of the most delightful festivals in Mae Hong Son, attracting people from far and wide.

  57. Galuh Puspitasari C1L009014 Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    1. British prefer to get married before they do sex. Different with American, most of them do free sex. It is because of British is more religious than American. But, England also has high divorce rates. They only do short marriage.

    2. Thanksgiving Day is a holiday in North America to say thanks and gratitude at the end of harvest season. Thanksgiving Day is an official holiday in the United States that falls on the fourth Thursday in November. In Canada, Thanksgiving falls on the second Monday in October. In that day, they do dinner with their families and friends, and turkey as the main dish. While enjoying the Thanksgiving meal, people usually talk about the good things they had experienced.

    3. Las Vegas, the “Sin City”. It calls Sin City because of the tolerance of place for adult entertainment. There are many casinos and Las Vegas is the right place to do gambling.

    4. Casu marzu is a kind of cheese from Italia. Usually Italian loves it. This cheese is special. How to make cheese is very unique. Cheese will be eaten if it is rotting and there were maggots in it. Some Italian really enjoys to eats it. They said that the maggot is the main pleasure. But I don’t think so that I can eat the cheese.

  58. Ahmad Assidqi_C1L010023 Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 8:27 pm

    1. JAPAN “Japanese Tea Ceremony”

    The Japanese tea ceremony (cha-no-yu, chado, or sado) is a traditional ritual influenced by Zen Buddhism in which powdered green tea, or matcha , is ceremonially prepared by a skilled practitioner and served to a small group of guests in a tranquil setting. Cha-no-yu literally “hot water for tea”), usually refers to a single ceremony or ritual, while sado or chado or “the way of tea” refer to the study or doctrine of tea ceremony.

    2. KOREAN “hanbok”
    According to social status, Koreans used to dress differently, making clothing an important mark of social rank. Impressive, but sometimes cumbersome, costumes were worn by the ruling class and the royal family. These upper classes also used jewelry to distance themselves from the ordinary people. A traditional item of jewelry for women was a pendant in the shape of certain elements of nature which was made of precious gemstones, to which a tassel of silk was connected.

    Common people were often restricted to un-dyed plain clothes. This everyday dress underwent relatively few changes during the Joseon period. The basic everyday dress was shared by everyone, but distinctions were drawn in official and ceremonial clothes.

    During the winter people wore cotton-wadded dresses. Fur was also common. Because ordinary people normally wore pure white undyed materials, the people were sometimes referred to as the white-clad people. Hanbok are classified according to their purposes: everyday dress, ceremonial dress and special dress. Ceremonial dresses are worn on formal occasions, including a child’s first birthday (doljanchi), a wedding or a funeral. Special dresses are made for purposes such as shamans, officials.

    Today the hanbok is still worn during formal occasions. The everyday use of the dress, however, has been lost. However, elderly still dress in hanbok as well as active estates of the remnant of aristocratic families from the Joseon Dynasty.

    3. ENGLAND “Gender Roles and Statuses”
    Although there is no equal rights amendment, in recent decades there has been a more noticeable commitment to equality of opportunity for men and women through bodies such as the Equal Opportunity Commission and laws such as the Abortion Act of 1967 and the 1969 Divorce Act. The rate of women’s (especially married women’s) participation in the workforce increased in the late twentieth century, as did the nature of that participation. In 1971, only 57 percent of women of working age were economically active, but in 1998 that figure was 72 percent, whereas men’s participation declined from 91 percent to 84 percent. Despite their importance in the workforce, women earn only 80 percent of what men do. Women have been confined to lower-status work, are more likely to work part-time, and are under-represented in elite jobs. However, some women have obtained high-status, formerly male-dominated work, and the status of female-dominated work has risen. Women’s increasing participation in political life and their progress in religious roles in society—the rise of women MPs in the 1990s and the Church of England’s agreement to ordain women priests in 1994—may be an indication of this.

    Women have probably made the least progress in the social sphere. They were the victims in 70 percent of cases of domestic violence in 1998, and women still perform most unpaid work, such as running households and raising children. Gender roles among particular subgroups, however, diverge from this picture. Some Muslim and Jewish women are more involved in the domestic sphere, and Afro-Caribbean community women are more likely to be employed and have a higher status than Afro-Caribbean men.

    Read more: Culture of England – traditional, history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, customs

    4. ITALY “design”
    Italy is prominent in the field of design, notably interior design, architectural design, industrial design and urban design. The Italian style is known globally for the quality of its interior design, and has produced some well-known furniture designers, such as Gio Ponti and Ettore Sottsass, and Italian phrases such as “Bel Disegno” and “Linea Italiana” have entered the vocabulary of furniture design. Examples of classic pieces of Italian white goods and pieces of furniture include Zanussi’s rigorous, creative and streamlined washing machines and fridges, the “New Tone” sofas by Atrium, and the innovative post-modern bookcase by Ettore Sottsass, inspired by Bob Dylan’s song Memphis Blues. The particular bookcase became huge a cultural and design icon of the 1980s. Today, Milan and Turin are the nation’s leaders in architectural design and industrial design. The city of Milan hosts the FieraMilano, Europe’s biggest design fair. Milan also hosts major design and architecture-related events and venues, such as the “Fuori Salone” and the “Salone del Mobile”, and has also been home to the designers Bruno Munari, Lucio Fontana, Enrico Castellani and Piero Manzoni.

    5. GERMANY “sport”
    Sport forms an integral part of German life, as demonstrated by the fact that 27 million Germans are members of a sports club and an additional twelve million pursue such an activity individually. Football is by far the most popular sport, and the German Football Federation (Deutscher Fußballbund) with more than 6.3 million members is the largest athletic organisation in the country. It also attracts the greatest audience, with hundreds of thousands of spectators attending Bundesliga matches and millions more watching on television. The other two most popular sports in Germany are marksmanship and tennis represented by the German Marksmen’s Federation and the German Tennis Federation respectively, both including more than a million members. Other popular sports include handball, volleyball, basketball, and ice hockey. Germany has historically been one of the strongest contenders in the Olympic Games. In the 2008 Summer Olympics, Germany finished fifth overall, whereas in the 2006 Winter Olympics Germany finished first.

  59. Famous Divine DP(C1L010041) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    Find Culture Around the World

    World Wedding Culture:

    World Wedding Cultures

    1. Australia
    In Australia, the bride will always wear a white wedding dress and made the holy book as a wedding. The goal for the eternal and the holy book revealed to future generations.

    2. Austria
    In this country, the bridesmaids will be wearing clothes that almost resembles the bride, is intended to confuse evil spirits to determine where the bride.

    3. Belgium
    In this country the bride will carry a special handkerchief as part of her trousseau equipment. The bride will also put his name on this handkerchief. Later this handkerchief will be given to one of his sister as a legacy.

    4. Fiji
    For those of you who live in Fiji, the tradition of marriage in the country is quite unique. The groom is required to award something to the bride’s father. Usually presents in the form of whale teeth that indicate the status and health.

    5. Bermuda Islands
    On the islands of Bermuda, at the top of the cake will be given a miniature small tree. And after the wedding is over, the newlyweds will plant a tree in front of his house. This tree will grow as the growing age of their marriage.

    6. France
    French marriage, not the same as in Indonesia. If Indonesia’s customs and religious ceremonies that long. In Indonesia, rice to eat, in France, the rice thrown at newlyweds ….!!
    If in France, which long was the dinner party ate it, the all night dance events plus fun until the morning. Continue until the next day, the show is finished after lunch.
    7. China
    In ancient Chinese tradition, the bridegroom’s family give up a whole roasted pig to the family of the bride. Seserahan tradition is also partly been made by ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, although perhaps some of the prerequisites commuted.

    If Japan chose the color purple, the Chinese chose the color red as a symbol of luck, love and happiness. On their wedding gown, no rimple or beads of pearls. But the phoenix is a bird, chrysanthemums, and peonies (rose family) which was applied to a golden color on the bride’s dress as a symbol of prosperity and luck. And the groom dress, pinned a black silk jacket embroidered with a dragon that looks dashing along the wedding dress.

    And unique, the Chinese wedding tradition is always colored by the festive sound of firecrackers hanging on a rope length at the door of the house. That said, the tradition was committed to expel evil spirits who want to disrupt their marriage ceremony. The sound of roaring firecrackers make demons of fear and reluctantly approached.

    8. Korea
    Different countries, different traditions as well. In Korea, in its ancient tradition, couples can not marry without passing forecasters future first. So after they were dating, the prospective groom will give seserahan first. Then, came the day they met a kung-hap, an astrologer, who will see the future of both the prospective bride. If after all future visits bad, kung-phase completion will find a way for wedding couples can still run. With notes, a family willing to accept and carry out all the prerequisites. But if the family objected and did not want to continue the marriage, then the engagement will leave it at that.

    Korean people’s trust to luck is big enough, for that they will live happily ever predicted the future will hold large-scale wedding. Even the Korean-style wedding tradition is said to cost approximately U.S. $ 40 thousand, as quoted by the world wedding traditions.

  60. Dirga Aldiputra(C1L010025) Says:
    March 26th, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    Find Culture Around the World

    World Funeral Cultures:

    China
    Funeral With Nude Dancers
    Attending the funeral ceremonies can be boring, unless there are professional strippers at funerals. In China Donghai area, the funeral was a status symbol. Reputation and honor the dead is considered directly proportional to the number of people who attended his funeral. So the family hired strippers to attract a crowd. The Chinese authorities have begun to crack down on this practice after the incessant media reported.

    Madagascar
    Dancing With the Dead
    Believe it or not, the Malagasy in Madagascar remove the dead from the grave and do the celebration with them. This ritual called Famadihana believe the spirit of the deceased will be joined by their fathers after his body decomposed. The celebration is accompanied by dances with the dead is held once every seven years and is a joyful family reunion time.

    Tibet
    Sky Burial
    Tibet harsh climate and rocky soil make the funeral there was impossible. So, citizens of Buddhism in Tibet often go for a ‘sky burial’ in which the body would be chopped, mixed with flour and set in such a way as to be eaten by birds of prey. They believe that the body is merely a vessel for the soul and must return to nature.

    India
    Sati culture
    Sati is the practice of funeral culture among some Hindu communities in which a newly widowed woman would voluntarily or by using violence and coercion to sacrifice himself on a pile of wood burnt her husband’s funeral. This practice is now rare and abandoned in modern India.
    Japan
    Death Ceremony Soushiki …
    This ceremony berlangsun 2 Day Full Consisting of Tsuya and Kokubetsu shiki yore held many grief-stricken at home but now many are done at the building lease grief.
    For those who come are required to Using Clothing dark / black or at least colors that represent the ceremonies of grief .. and another one wearing perhasan strictly forbidden.
    In addition, the mourners are required Wearing JUZU (sort Tasbih / rosary Owned Buddhists)
    And the mourners are required Brings jg o-koden or Money Grief Into The envelope will be included yng ordinary Japanese people call koden bukuroThe amount should depend on the proximity of mourners and family who mourn …
    It is said that at least 10,000 mourners Donate yen / envelopes ..

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  62. Shinta Nurhadiati Says:
    March 27th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

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    Culture around the world

    1. Australia
    A handshake is the most common way to greet a new acquaintance, and a hug, a kiss on the cheek, or a verbal greeting the most common way to greet a friend. The colloquialism, “g’day” (good day), is considered the quintessential greeting. There is an easy friendliness in public places. Personal privacy is respected and staring is discouraged, although eye contact is not avoided. Eye contact during conversation is considered polite among the general population; averting the eyes during conversation is considered a sign of respect among Aboriginal people. When a line is forming, new arrivals must go to the end. In museums and exhibitions voices are hushed. In performance contexts the audience is expected to be silent and attentive. Service attendants consider themselves equal to their guests, and usually are not subservient. Australians also resist being “served.” Food may be eaten in the street, but meals usually are eaten at a table, with each person having his or her own plate and eating utensils. Bodily functions are considered inevitable but are not discussed or performed in public.

    2. Italy
    Italians generally are effusive in their public behavior. There is a great deal of public embracing and kissing upon greeting people. It is also polite to sit close to people and to interact by lightly touching people on the arms. Italian gazes are intense. It is felt that someone who cannot look you in the eyes is trying to hide something. Elders expect and get respect. They enter a room first. Men stand for women and youngsters for adults.

    3. Brunei Darussalam
    The following rules of etiquette are universal: pass items only with the right hand; refuse food by touching the container with the right hand, never verbally; use a thumb, never an index finger, to point; remove shoes whenever entering a home or public building, especially a mosque; shake hands gently and then gently touch the center of one’s chest with the right hand afterward; never address a person by name alone; never consume items until specifically requested to do so; avoid public intersexual bodily contact; and never lose one’s temper.

    4. China
    Chinese people are nonconfrontational. Saving face is of primary importance; appearing to be in the right or attempting to please someone is more important than honesty. It is considered rude to refuse a request even if one is unable to fulfill it. The fear of losing face is a concern that governs social interactions both large and insignificant; failure to perform a duty brings shame not just on the individual, but on the family and community as well. People touch often, and same-sex hand holding is common. However, physical contact between men and women in public is limited. Smiling is not necessarily a sign of happiness; it can be a display of worry or embarrassment.

    5. Iran
    The social lubricant of Iranian life is a system known as ta’arof , literally “meeting together.” This is a ritualized system of linguistic and behavioral interactional strategies allowing individuals to interrelate in a harmonious fashion. The system marks the differences between andaruni and biruni situations, and also marks differences in relative social status. In general, higher status persons are older and have important jobs, or command respect because of their learning, artistic accomplishments, or erudition.

  63. Safrina M Says:
    March 27th, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    1.British
    Meeting and Greeting
    The handshake is the common form of greeting.
    The British might seem a little stiff and formal at first.
    Avoid prolonged eye contact as it makes people feel uncomfortable.
    There is still some protocol to follow when introducing people in a business or more formal social situation. This is often a class distinction, with the ‘upper class’ holding on to the long-standing traditions:
    Introduce a younger person to an older person.
    Introduce a person of lower status to a person of higher status.

    Gift Giving Etiquette
    The British exchange gifts between family members and close friends for birthdays and Christmas.
    The gift need not be expensive, but it should usually demonstrate an attempt to find something that related to the recipient’s interests.
    If invited to someone’s home, it is normal to take along a box of good chocolates, a good bottle of wine or flowers.
    Gifts are opened when received.
    Dining Etiquette
    Unlike many European cultures, the British enjoy entertaining in people their homes.
    Although the British value punctuality, you may arrive 10-15 minutes later than invited to dinner. However, if going to a restaurant be on time.
    Table manners are Continental, i.e. the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
    The fork is held tines down so food is scooped on to the back of the fork. This is a skill that takes time to master.
    Remain standing until invited to sit down. You may be shown to a particular seat.
    Do not rest your elbows on the table.
    If you have not finished eating, cross your knife and fork on your plate with the fork over the knife.
    Indicate you have finished eating by laying your knife and fork parallel across the right side of your plate.
    Toasts are given at formal meals.
    When in a pub, it is common practice to pay for a round of drinks for everyone in your group.
    If invited to a meal at a restaurant, the person extending the invitation usually pays. Do not argue about the check; simply reciprocate at a later time.
    The British Communication Style
    The British have an interesting mix of communication styles encompassing both understatement and direct communication. Many older businesspeople or those from the ‘upper class’ rely heavily upon formal use of established protocol. Most British are masters of understatement and do not use effusive language. If anything, they have a marked tendency to use ‘qualifiers’ such as ‘perhaps’, ‘possibly’ or ‘it could be’.
    When communicating with people they see as equal to themselves in rank or class, the British are direct, but modest. If communicating with someone they know well, their style may be more informal, although they will still be reserved.
    Written communication follows strict rules of protocol. How a letter is closed varies depending upon how well the writer knows the recipient. Written communication is always addressed using the person’s title and their surname. First names are not generally used in written communication, unless you know the person well.
    E-mail is now much more widespread, however the communication style remains more formal, at least initially, than in many other countries. Most British will not use slang or abbreviations and will think negatively if your communication appears overly familiar.
    2.Egypt
    Meeting Etiquette
    . Greetings are based on both class and the religion of the person.
    . It is best to follow the lead of the Egyptian you are meeting.
    . Handshakes are the customary greeting among individuals of the same sex.
    . Handshakes are somewhat limp and prolonged, although they are always given with a hearty smile and direct eye contact.
    . Once a relationship has developed, it is common to kiss on one cheek and then the other while shaking hands, men with men and women with women.
    . In any greeting between men and women, the woman must extend her hand first. If she does not, a man should bow his head in greeting.
    Gift Giving Etiquette
    . If you are invited to an Egyptian’s home for dinner, bring good quality chocolates, sweets or pastries to the hostess.
    . Do not give flowers, which are usually reserved for weddings or the ill, unless you know that the hosts would appreciate them.
    . A small gift for the children shows affection.
    . Always give gifts with the right hand or both hands if the gift is heavy.
    . Gifts are not opened when received
    Dining Etiquette
    If you are invited into an Egyptian’s house:
    . You would normally remove your shoes before entering.
    . Dress well and conservatively. Appearances are important to Egyptians.
    . Compliment the host on the house.

    3.German Communication Styles

    Germans put truth and directness before diplomacy, believing that the fact is the important issue and that personal emotions should not deflect the truth from being spoken. This directness can be interpreted by certain cultures (U.K, Japan, Korea etc.) as rudeness. It should be noted, however, that direct speaking is seen in Germany as a sign of respect and a fundamental in the search for the correct answer to a particular problem.

    This directness in communication style also manifests itself in a lack of self-deprecation and coded language. A charge of arrogance is sometimes levelled at German businessmen and, although there is great pride taken in German achievements, this perceived arrogance is more a misinterpretation of direct speech. Germans will give a factual rendition of their own capabilities, which is not the same as arrogance. You can generally take a German at his word on these matters whereas certain other cultures will be far more vague in their use of language.

    Much is made of the lack of humour in evidence in Germany. It is certainly not true to say that Germans lack a sense of humour. As with all cultures they have a highly developed sense of humour. The differences lie in positioning and style. There is a time and a place for humour in Germany and its place is not so much during the serious business of business. The more serious a situation, the more seriousness is called for. It is also important to remember that humour does not always, or even very often travel successfully. What is funny in one culture can come across as nonsense in another.

    4.Korean Society & Culture
    Korean Family Values
    . The family is the most important part of Korean life.
    . In Confucian tradition, the father is the head of the family and it is his responsibility to provide food, clothing and shelter, and to approve the marriages of family members.
    . The eldest son has special duties: first to his parents, then to his brothers from older to younger, then to his sons, then to his wife, and lastly to his daughters.
    . Family welfare is much more important than the needs of the individual.
    . Members of the family are tied to each other because the actions of one family member reflect on the rest of the family.
    . In many cases the family register can trace a family’s history, through male ancestors, for over 500 years.
    Confucianism
    . The teachings of Confucius describe the position of the individual in Korean society.
    . It is a system of behaviours and ethics that stress the obligations of people towards one another based upon their relationship.
    . The basic tenets are based upon five different relationships: 1) ruler and subject, 2) husband and wife, 3) parents and children, 4)brothers and sisters and 5) friend and friend
    . Confucianism stresses duty, loyalty, honour, filial piety, respect for age and seniority, and sincerity.
     Korean Ancestors
    . Ancestors are based on the male family line.
    . Children are raised to believe they can never repay their debt to their parents, hence the popularity of ancestor worship.
    . They hold ancestral ceremonies for the previous three generations (parents, grandparents, and great grandparents) several times a year, particularly on Chusok and New Year’s Day.
    . On Chusok, people cook and set out food to celebrate their ancestors.
    The Concept of Kibun
    . Kibun is a word with no literal English translation; the closest terms are pride, face, mood, feelings, or state of mind.
    . If you hurt someone’s kibun you hurt their pride, cause them to lose dignity, and lose face. Korean interpersonal relationships operate on the principle of harmony.
    . It is important to maintain a peaceful, comfortable atmosphere at all times, even if it means telling a “white lie”.
    . Kibun enters into every facet of Korean life.
    . It is important to know how to judge the state of someone else’s kibun, how to avoid hurting it, and how to keep your own kibun at the same time.
    . In business, a manager’s kibun is damaged if his subordinates do not show proper respect. A subordinate’s kibun is damaged if his manager criticizes him in public.
    . Nunchi is the ability to determine another person’s kibun by using the eye.
    . Since this is a culture where social harmony is crucial, being able to judge another person’s state of mind is critical to maintain the person’s kibun.
    . Nunchi is accomplished by watching body language and listening to the tone of voice as well as what is said.
    5.Etiquette & Customs in South Korea
    Meeting Etiquette
    . Greetings follow strict rules of protocol.
    . Many South Koreans shake hands with expatriates after the bow, thereby blending both cultural styles.
    . The person of lower status bows to the person of higher status, yet it is the most senior person who initiates the handshake.
    . The person who initiates the bow says, “man-na-suh pan-gop-sumnida”, which means “pleased to meet you.”
    . Information about the other person will be given to the person they are being introduced to in advance of the actual meeting.
    . Wait to be introduced at a social gathering.
    . When you leave a social gathering, say good-bye and bow to each person individually.
    Gift Giving Etiquette
    . Gifts express a great deal about a relationship and are always reciprocated.
    . It is inconsiderate to give someone an expensive gift if you know that they cannot afford to reciprocate accordingly.
    . Bring fruit or good quality chocolates or flowers if invited to a Korean’s home.
    . Gifts should be wrapped nicely.
    . The number 4 is considered unlucky, so gifts should not be given in multiples of 4.
    . Giving 7 of an item is considered lucky.
    . Wrap gifts in red or yellow paper, since these are royal colours. Alternatively, use yellow or pink paper since they denote happiness.
    . Do not wrap gifts in green, white, or black paper.
    . Do not sign a card in red ink.
    . Use both hands when offering a gift.
    . Gifts are not opened when received.
    Dining Etiquette
    If you are invited to a South Korean’s house:
    . It is common for guests to meet at a common spot and travel together.
    . You may arrive up to 30 minutes late without giving offence.
    . Remove your shoes before entering the house.
    . The hosts greet each guest individually.
    . The host pours drinks for the guests in their presence. The hostess does not pour drinks.
    . The hosts usually accompany guests to the gate or to their car because they believe that it is insulting to wish your guests farewell indoors.
    . Send a thank you note the following day after being invited to dinner.
    Table manners
    . Wait to be told where to sit. There is often a strict protocol to be followed.
    . The eldest are served first.
    . The oldest or most senior person is the one who starts the eating process.
    . Never point your chopsticks.
    . Do not pierce your food with chopsticks.
    . Chopsticks should be returned to the table after every few bites and when you drink or stop to speak.
    . Do not cross your chopsticks when putting them on the chopstick rest.
    . Do not pick up food with your hands. Fruit should be speared with a toothpick.
    . Bones and shells should be put on the table or an extra plate.
    . Try a little bit of everything. It is acceptable to ask what something is.
    . Refuse the first offer of second helpings.
    . Finish everything on your plate.
    . Indicate you are finished eating by placing your chopsticks on the chopstick rest or on the table. Never place them parallel across your rice bowl.
    Business Etiquette and Protocol
    Relationships & Communication
    . South Koreans prefer to do business with people with whom they have a personal connection.
    . It is therefore crucial to be introduced by a third-party.
    . Relationships are developed through informal social gatherings that often involve a considerable amount of drinking and eating.
    . Individuals who have established mutual trust and respect will work hard to make each other successful.
    . South Koreans treat legal documents as memorandums of understanding.
    . They view contracts as loosely structured consensus statements that broadly define agreement and leave room for flexibility and adjustment as needed.
    . Under no circumstances insult or to criticize in front of others.
    . Sensitive matters may often be raised indirectly through the intermediary that first made the introductions.
    . South Koreans are extremely direct communicators. They are not averse to asking questions if they do not understand what has been said or need additional clarification.
    . This is a culture where “less is more” when communicating. Respond to questions directly and concisely.
    . Since there is a tendency to say “yes” to questions so that you do not lose face, the way you phrase a question is crucial. It is better to ask, “When can we expect shipment?” than “Can we expect shipment in 3 weeks?”, since this question requires a direct response.
    Business Meeting Etiquette
    . Appointments are required and should be made 3 to 4 weeks in advance.
    . You should arrive on time for meetings as this demonstrates respect for the person you are meeting.
    . The most senior South Korean generally enters the room first.
    . It is a good idea to send both an agenda and back-up material including information about your company and client testimonials prior to the meeting.
    . The main purpose of the first meeting is to get to know each other.
    . Meetings are used to understand a client’s needs and challenges. They lay the foundation for building the relationship.

  64. DEVI APRILIANINGRUM Says:
    March 27th, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    NAMA : DEVI APRILIANINGRUM
    NIM : C1L010052

    1. Culture of america
    American Society admit they do not have a special culture hereditary, but assume that their culture is a culture to “trying to be the best”. Because there are no factors of caste, religion, and culture that hinder this, people in the country to trust, someone who tries to become the best, going to be the best.
    Culture of the United States has grown around the world in various forms of adaptation and has affected the whole world, especially the Western world. Music in the United States much heard all over the world, and show the film and its United States television can be seen anywhere. Now most cities there have classical and folk music; research centers and museums, dance performances, music and drama; open art projects and architectural importance.

    2. Culture of malaysia
    Resam Traditional Malay wedding is among the most important indigenous resam and adhered to by the majority Malay people, both in areas outside the airport or in airports. As people everywhere, it requires a rather large mall, and there are a multitude of shopping exceed revenue and was forced to sell property or borrow, for this purpose.
    Traditional Malay wedding resam require a lot of money for keeping all the ratings and traditions. It consists instead of eight steps that can be classified into three ranks.

    3. Culture of england
    The number of pupils from ethnic immigrants in Britain that came out of school increases their anxiety forced marriage. A report prepared by the parliamentary committee, showed hundreds of children of ethnic immigrants out of the list at his school. They worry that students are forced to fly to her native country and there are forced to marry.
    The committee members asked for answers to their concerns that students are young women who were forced to marry because it was considered too ‘Western’ by his family.
    The school actually has the authority to report to Social Services if there are students who are absent in the long term, let alone then do not go back to school.
    Meanwhile, another report showed an increase in the number of forced marriages in Britain.
    A number of city council denied that the loss of students to school from the list of schools due to forced marriages.
    But a parliamentary committee estimates that the real problem is much greater than expected.
    A young woman of Pakistani origin, told the BBC he was forced out of school at the age of 13 years and taken to Pakistan to be married to a man, who actually tortured him.

    4. Culture of china
    Chinese society has a tradition of abstinence resam or disallow a rather unique. Day life of those affected by natural surrounding and caused them a lot depends on fate. In various cases, a fortune-teller has a major role as a reference expert in matters of birth, and death married. Indigenous resam and abstinence this ban is different.follow-specific families in Chinese society, but what is described as follows admire resam indigenous Chinese society as a whole.

    5. Culture of australia

    See the difference in terms of etiquette, lifestyles and norms. Australian residents are not too formal, so it takes some time until you get used to, especially if you are from a culture that emphasizes ritual and the level of status and authority clearly distinguished and respected with caution.
    For example:
    . Greetings – good morning, good afternoon, good day or how do you do? is the official greeting. greeting is an unofficial hello or hi;
    . G’day – is the traditional greeting unofficial typical of Australia (an abbreviation of “Good day)

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  69. Zulfikri Baiquni Astomi Says:
    March 27th, 2011 at 10:27 pm

    1.Culture Of Indonesia On Batak
    On Batak society known as saurmatua funeral ceremony, and mangokal Holi (dig the bones), bone removed from the primary graves to secondary graves. Part of these ceremonies are usually held the customary showers accompanied by cutting buffalo. Before slaughter, the buffalo was tied to the pole, called borotan, and accompanied by dance tor-tor.Then, after the buffalo are slaughtered meat is distributed to relatives who followed the ceremony, a jambar juhut Similarly the marriage ceremony, horja anesthesia (show respect for ancestors), and the establishment of customs houses. Buffalo also slaughtered; other than as animal sacrifice, as well as the complementary portion in the distribution of indigenous In division division jambarjuhut (animal sacrifice) there are certain rules called ruhut papangan.

    2. Culture Military
    In military people hands up procedures when will enquire or raise opinion by using left hand differ from civilian lifted right hand when bertanya,menjawab and or lay open opinion or idea.

    3.Culture of Brazil

    The culture of Brazil is a wonderful mish mash of religion, ethnicity, colorful heritages, exciting celebrations and much more. People from all over the world with a variety of cultural backgrounds call Brazil their home. This melting pot of people all started thousands of years ago with the Native American Indians and just a few hundred years ago, the first Portuguese settlers. As a matter of fact, Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, even though many indigenous dialects are also spoken.

    Brazilian religion represents a wide variety of faiths. However, a majority of the people in Brazil claim Catholicism their primary religious faith. Most of rather cavalier in their practice and many other religious views have crept in to form a hybridized belief system. Unlike other areas of the world, the Brazilian’s cultural views lend itself to coexisting peacefully with a variety of religions.

    Family time in Brazil is almost sacred. You will find many families dining together, much like the culture in Spain. They also have their own time table for social gatherings and respect traditions from one generation to the next.

    The ethnic backgrounds of the people in Brazil also lend the country a colorful culture. Many Brazilian citizens have mixture of several bloodlines. There are the Native Americans that were supposedly eradicated long ago. The ancestors of the African slaves are still around as well as the Europeans. Brazilians do not see the skin color however. They focus on the social classes.

    Because of the diverse cultural background of its citizens, Brazil boasts many celebrations and festivals. Singing and dancing tend to dominate many of these events, especially the famous Carnival. Their love of food is not far behind however. The Brazilian people use a variety of seasonings in their cooking and have many regional signature dishes.

    Part of the culture of Brazil includes the indigenous populations of people throughout the country, many living in rural, inaccessible areas. They speak a number of languages and dialects, many not heard anywhere else in the world. They subsist on the land and rarely trade with the outside world. In fact, the Brazilian government has registered many of these indigenous lands to protect this heritage.

    The country of Brazil can be liked in a simmering pot, almost ready to boil over. The colorful culture and effervescence of the people create an energy that makes Brazil a popular destination for many tourists each year.
    5.Culturae of India

    Values in India : Tradition in India is about values that transcend down generations automatically. These are genetic traits and simplicity is the main ingredient. Ancient culture believed in a lot of dogmas and rituals that can be termed as false beliefs and Indians are an intelligent lot to traverse these paths and modify the social requirements. Indians are highly flexible in the sense they would like to imbibe the changes dictated by western influence and yet clearly affirm their belief in traditions.

    It is customary to respect elders and touch their feet as to seek their blessings. Occasions or festivals demand a lot of participation in terms of rangoli drawing, diyas and an array of yummy treats made in the authentic variety as per the caste and geography. Hindu rituals are a lot about song and dance and each family has a natural way to adjust to these formats. It is a ritual to pray to the Goddess of learning Ma Saraswathi to achieve success. Similarly business people always insist on drawing the Swastika which marks prosperity and worship the Goddess of wealth.

    With the advent of technology and women emancipation there is a trend to mingle free with the western concepts of dress, belief, work and also get into a secular concept. But one can feel a distinct Indianness and most of our brethren abroad miss their homeland. Indians all over the world are known for their hospitality and high level of tolerance. Their adaptation power is high and hence they are able to scale heights in the international arena. Putting oneself on the global map, Indians are seeking new vistas of communicating their beliefs and tradition. The gift of health and well being through yoga and meditation is a great source of Vedas in the rich Hindu tradition which has actually benefited the world.

    The values in India is about living life with a zest and observing the belief that there is one God prevailing despite so many religions.
    Respecting elders, understanding cross culture traditions, free mingling to accommodate tolerance, staying interested in rural welfare are the values of India. The artifacts, cuisine handicrafts, attire and lifestyle of the rural folks is still followed and preserved by Indians.

  70. Aldi Desandy (C1L010051) Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 2:35 am

    1.Culture of Spanyol

    La Tomatina tomato:

    Fight SpainSurely the worlds’ biggest food-fight: every year around 30,00 people descend on the Spanish town of Bunol (in the Valencia region of Spain) to throw more than 240,000 pounds of tomatoes at each other.

    The festival is started with a ham-on-a-stick contest where competitors raced up a pole to retrieve a smoked leg of ham. When the ham is cut down, people put on eye protection and cry for tomatoes as trucks dump the squishy produce onto the village streets. They then proceed to pelt each other with them until all have been used up.

    The festival on the last Wednesday of August is called ‘the Tomatina’ and is basically a town-wide tomato fight. It is thought the tradition began in 1945 when a fight erupted among two young members of a carnival crowd. A vegetable stall was nearby in the town square and every started throwing tomatoes at each other. Exactly one year later, young people met at the square, but this time with their own tomatoes. Another food-fight started but was broken up by police.
    In the following years this practice was banned by the authorities, but due to popular demand was given official recognition in 1959. This was only to occur if participants would respect the start and the end of tomato-throwing being announced with a banger.

    2.Culture of Saudi Arabia

    The cultural setting of Saudi Arabia is Arab and Muslim. Many proscriptions of behaviour and dress are enforced. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited, for example, and there is no theatre or public exhibition of films. Educated Saudis are well informed on issues of the Arab world, the Muslim world, and the world at large, but public expression of opinion about domestic matters is not encouraged. There are no organizations such as political parties or labour unions to provide public forums.

    -Music and dance

    One of Saudi Arabia’s most compelling folk rituals is the Al Ardha, the country’s national dance. This sword dance is based on ancient Bedouin traditions: drummers beat out a rhythm and a poet chants verses while sword-carrying men dance shoulder to shoulder. Al-sihba folk music, from the Hejaz, has its origins in al-Andalus. In Mecca, Medina and Jeddah, dance and song incorporate the sound of the mizmar, an oboe-like woodwind instrument in the performance of the mizmar dance. The drum is also an important instrument according to traditional and tribal customs. Samri is a popular traditional form of music and dance in which poetry is sung Dabka dance in the north and belly dance for ladies with many styles like khaleeji styile in east and saedi style in hijaz.

    -Dress

    Saudi Arabian dress follows strictly the principles of hijab (the Islamic principle of modesty, especially in dress). The predominantly loose and flowing but covering garments are helpful in Saudi Arabia’s desert climate. Traditionally, men usually wear an ankle-length shirt woven from wool or cotton (known as a thawb), with a keffiyeh (a large checkered square of cotton held in place by a cord coil) or a ghutra (a plain white square made of finer cotton, also held in place by a cord coil) worn on the head. For rare chilly days, Saudi men wear a camel-hair cloak (bisht) over the top. Women’s clothes are decorated with tribal motifs, coins, sequins, metallic thread, and appliques. Women are required to wear an abaya, niqab or burqa when in public. The Saudi niqāb usually leaves a long open slot for the eyes; the slot is held together by a string or narrow strip of cloth. Many also have two or more sheer layers attached to the upper band, which can be worn flipped down to cover the eyes.

    - Food

    Islamic dietary laws forbid the eating of pork and the drinking of alcohol, and this law is enforced strictly throughout Saudi Arabia. The most popular food in Saudi Arabia is kabsa which is rice and meat. Arabic unleavened bread, or khubz, is eaten with almost all meals. Other staples include lamb, grilled chicken, falafel (deep-fried chickpea balls), shawarma (spit-cooked sliced lamb), and Ful medames (a paste of fava beans, garlic and lemon). Traditional coffeehouses used to be ubiquitous, but are now being displaced by food-hall style cafes. Arabic tea is also a famous custom, which is used in both casual and formal meetings between friends, family and even strangers. The tea is black (without milk) and has herbal flavoring that comes in many variations.

    -Film and theatre

    Public theatres and cinemas had been prohibited for over three decades, as Wahhabi tradition deemed those institutions to be incompatible with Islam. However, in June 2009, citizens finally got a chance to go to the movies when Menahi, a film produced by Rotana, owned by Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, began showing in the King Fahd cultural centre in Riyadh.

    However, an IMAX theatre is available, and in private compounds such as Dhahran and Ras Tanura public theaters can be found, but often are more popular for local music, arts, and theatre productions rather than the exhibition of motion pictures. DVD retail sales, including Arabic, English and Indian language movies, are legal and widely available.

    Some Saudi novelists have had their books published in Aden, Yemen, because of censorship in Saudi Arabia. Despite signs of increasing openness, Saudi novelists and artists in film, theatre, and the visual arts face greater restrictions on their freedom of expression than in the West. Contemporary Saudi novelists include:

    * Abdul Rahman Munif (exiled, now deceased)
    * Yousef Al-Mohaimeed
    * Abdu Khal
    * Turki al-Hamad (subject of a fatwā and death threats)
    * Ali al-Domaini (in jail)
    * Ahmed Abodehman (now writes in French)
    * Raja’a Alem
    * Abdullah Al-emi
    * Rajaa Al Sanie, author of best-selling novel Girls of Riyadh

    -Religion

    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is an Islamic theocratic monarchy in which Islam is the official religion; the law requires that all Saudi citizens be Muslims. Religious freedom is non-existent. The Government does not provide legal recognition or protection for freedom of religion, and it is severely restricted in practice. Moreover, the public practice of non-Muslim religions is prohibited. The Saudi Mutaween Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice, enforces the prohibition on the public practice of non-Muslim religions.

    For this reason, Saudi culture lacks the diversity of religious expression, buildings, annual festivals and public events that is seen in countries where religious freedom is permitted.

    3.Culture of Denmark

    The Culture of Denmark has some general characteristics often associated with Danish society and everyday culture. Modesty, punctuality but above all equality are important aspects of the Danish way of life. Indeed, deliberate attempts to distinguish oneself from others may be viewed with hostility in line with Jante’s Law, respected by some as an unofficial code of Scandinavian conduct. In Denmark, culture and the arts thrive as a result of the proportionately high amount of government funding they receive, much of which is administered by local authorities so as to involve citizens directly. Thanks to a system of grants, Danish artists are able to devote themselves to their work just as museums, theatres, and the film institute receive national support.

    -Cycling
    Most Danes are active cyclists, often using their bikes to commute to work or to go off on trips at the weekend. With its well-engineered cycle paths, Copenhagen is especially suited to city cycling. Every day 1.3 million km are cycled in the city. with 36% of all citizens commuting to work, school or university by bicycle Cycling is generally perceived as a healthier, environmentally friendlier, cheaper and often quicker way around town than by public transport or car and it is therefore municipal policy for the number of commuters by bike to go up to 40% by 2012 and 50% by 2015.

    Odense has been named the “bicycle city of the year” because of the great number of bicycle lanes in the city. A complete network of 350 km all-weather serviced lanes exists in the town.
    During the summer months, there are free “City Bikes” stationed at various spots in the downtown area of Copenhagen, Aarhus and Aalborg. The idea is that anyone can take a bike from one of the spots, ride it to one of the other spots and leave it there for the next person. There are lots of national and regional bicycle routes throughout Denmark. They are all marked and include rest areas with benches and other necessities.

  71. TUNGGUL HANANTO(C1L010042) Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 3:07 am

    1. Indonesian culture in Toraja

    Balla mountains, District Baruppu, Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi. Burial of the bodies that were told to walk alone toward his house, after the family left behind to celebrate the death of the body. In the revived corpse to return to his house that is the last resort.

    2. Spain culture

    La Tomatina Festival is held every year on the last Wednesday in August. Participants gathered in the town square and throw tomatoes from each other. Nothing is won or lost in this event. The festival is just making the other participants throw wet exposed tomato.
    In the event throwing tomatoes this year, an estimated 125 thousand kilograms of tomatoes wasted. The event was not only followed by the men, but women also participate in the event.
    According to the story that comes from the community, this festival originated more than 60 years ago. At that time a fight broke out between teenagers and vegetable sellers. They threw tomatoes.

    3. Japan culture

    If Matsuri season arrives, each district (sigake) was ready to hold a festival. In the festival held a variety of traditional arts such as lion dance and also exhibited unique objects. As ever exhibited traditional Japanese footwear (Josi) giant made of wicker and rattan nodes on SKanja-Matsuri. This thing was on display at Sensoji temple, Asakusa, Tokyo. By Sanja-Matsuri, many tourists visiting the Temple of Sensoji which is the largest temple that. Puppet festival also held tradition in Hina-Matsuri Japanese. This doll festival is the oldest festival, has been going on since 100 years ago.

    The festival’s most interesting people from all walks of Tako-matsuri, or festival of kites ornamental From one sigake, at least 50 groups of participants can be registered at the committee table. Long before the kite festival begins, the pesrta who will participate in the festival was prepared with a sketch drawing, designing and forming a kite together their team consisting of 10 to 20 people.

    Difestivalkan kite is usually given the name of the popular Japanese character or name derah respectively. Can a name of interest, such as Sakura or the name of the mountain as Fujiyama. Shapes also varied with pictures and ornaments are different.

    What makes the participants are satisfied, not at present provided by the committee because if expecting a gift, just a consolation prize that is not comparable with the budget-making kites that can reach hundreds of yen. Imagine, among the participants there that make a giant kite that size is about 60 meters square. Participants will feel satisfied if the kite was flown successfully made it smooth and balanced can reach heights of more than 300 meters. For a giant kite flying, group members must be compact because if not, will be able to constraints when the kite “take off”.

    Matsuri is really a site that makes the Japanese society and also the tourists entertained. The festival is always eagerly awaited by parents who are still attached to the tradition of respect for ancestral spirits and awaited by the general public who desire cheerful mood after their work everyday.

    4. Chiness culture

    Dragon Boat Race
    The tradition of dragon boat race has been around since warring states period. The race is still there and now held every year in both the Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the United States. There’s even a race scale which was attended by international participants from various countries, mostly from Europe or North America. This dragon boat usually rowed in teams according to the length of the boat.

    5. Netherland culture

    Tale Kabouter:

    In the forest or the garden behind the family home in the Netherlands are usually present sculpture dolls kabouter (genie dwarf conical hat of fairy tales.) Kabouter meant that if the forest at night or park cleaned, according to a story kabouter the forest clean. So the Dutch family believe that there is kabouter.

  72. Refli Pradhika Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 3:08 am

    name : Refli pradhika
    Nim : C1L010006

    answer:
    1. german culture

    Love Parade (“Parade of Love”) is a public feast in the form of a parade (convoy) a vehicle that plays music “Techno” and held in Germany

    2. iran culture.
    Iranian culture has long influenced other cultures in the Middle East and Central Asia. In fact, the Persian language is the language of intellectuals during the second millennium AD. Most of the Persian writings translated into Arabic during the Islamic kekholifahan. In the early days of Islam in Persia, Persian works written mostly in Arabic. However, when the Umayyad reign, the Persians were oppressed by the Arabs. This causes a lot of Persian intellectuals began to use the Persian language in their writings. One of this work is the result of writing the book of Shahnameh Ferdowsi, a work about the history of the Iranian nation.

    3. Vatican culture
    Vatican City is a very important cultural heritage. Some buildings such as St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums are buildings that are very beautiful.

    4. japanese culture
    Wedding celebrations in Japan are held in the Spring and Autumn, the season is considered a good day to solemnize marriages. Japanese society still believe with Japan Calendars explaining where the good days and bad. There are two ways Japanese wedding celebration, that is by the traditional Shinto ceremony, or how modern Western-style wedding.

    5. Chinese Culture
    most of the Chinese culture is based on responses that unlicensed his form a world of spirits. Analyzes various kaedah has helped answer soalan, and used as an alternative even to ubat. Folk culture has helped fill the void for everything that has no explanation. The link between myth, religion and a strange phenomenon indeed very tightly. Gods and goddesses became sebahagian tradition, among the most important include Guan Yin, Maharaja Jed and Budai. Most of these stories have evolved into a traditional Chinese celebration. Other concepts also extend to the outside of the myth became a symbol of spirituality such as the lion god of doors and guards. In addition to the pure, also believed that evil. Practice-practice such as dispel mogwai and jiang shi with a wooden sword pic in Taoism is the concept that diamalkan hereditary. Ceremony viewing diamalkan nasibCina still today after many years is changing.

  73. RYAN FAHMI HIKMAT C1L009051 Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 3:44 am

    Different Culture:

    1. In Germany, people used to call people by name, even if it is her father. While in Indonesia, we are familiar with the speech, manners, to the behavior of communities where we live.

    2. In countries such as Canada and America, everyone is focused on completing the work and the individualist. Rarely encountered people who are friends in the office as well as outside the office. While on the other hand, Indonesia, for example, we attach great importance to the element of cooperation. Mutual help, neighborhood, and more. We attach great importance to good relations which are long term, both in the office or outside the office.

    3. In America, there is in modern extreme side that always concerned with aspects of change for the better, focus on the present and future, and disregard the old traditions. On the other side stood the Indonesian society is still concerned with the history and tradition. Most easy matter getting married, giving birth, death, we still follow many traditions, whether religious or our tribe.

  74. CHAIRANI TIAZ (C1L010032) Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    FRANCE:
    Society and Culture
    French cinema, music and literature reflect the multicultural France. Contemporary France is a blend of myriad linguistic and religious traditions. Extremely tolerant, highly fashionable, industries and the local cuisine speaks of distinct social, cultural and political prospect of the country. The recognition of lesbianism, homosexuality and gay marriages mirrors the liberalism and progressiveness of the French.

    Religion
    France is a highly secular nation which accommodates Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, Jews and atheists with equal respect and pride.

    Cuisine
    French food is supposedly incomplete without cheese and wine. Other than these croissants, fruit yogurt, Bordeaux, champagne and Bourgogne French wines are an important part of French food culture.

    France and Fashion
    When it comes to fashion Paris is unbeatable. It is regarded as the ‘Fashion Capital of the World’. Paris fashion shows and ‘Elle’ needs know introduction. World renowned fashion designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Christian Lacroix are all French.

    RUSSIAN:

    Language
    Of Russia’s estimated 150m population, it is thought that over 81% speak the official language of Russian as their first and only language. Most speakers of a minority language are also bilingual speakers of Russian. There are over 100 minority languages spoken in Russia today, the most popular of which is Tartar, spoken by more than 3% of the country’s population. Other minority languages include Ukranian, Chuvash, Bashir, Mordvin and Chechen. Although few of these populations make up even 1% of the Russian population, these languages are prominent in key regional areas.

    The Family
    . The Russian family is dependent upon all its members.
    . Most families live in small apartments, often with 2 or 3 generations sharing little space.
    . Most families are small, often with only one child because most women must also work outside of the
    house in addition to bearing sole responsibility for household and childrearing chores.

    Russian Pride
    . Russians are proud of their country.
    . Patriotic songs and poems extol the virtues of their homeland.
    . They accept that their lives are difficult and pride themselves on being able to flourish in conditions that
    the others could not.
    . They take great pride in their cultural heritage and expect the rest of the world to admire it.
    Naming Conventions
    Russian names are comprised of:
    . First name, which is the person’s given name.
    . Middle name, which is a patronymic or a version of the father’s first name formed by adding ‘- vich’ or ovich’ for a male and ‘-avna’ or ‘- ovna’ for a female. The son of Ivan would have a patronymic of Ivanovich while the daughter’s patronymic would be Ivanovna.
    . Last name, which is the family or surname.
    In formal situations, people use all three names. Friends and close acquaintances may refer to each other by their first name and patronymic. Close friends and family members call each other by their first name only.
    Gift Giving Etiquette
    Gift giving using takes place between family and close friends on birthdays, New Year, and Orthodox Christmas.
    . If you are invited to a Russian home for a meal, bring a small gift.
    . Male guests are expected to bring flowers.
    . Do not give yellow flowers.
    . Do not give a baby gift until after the baby is born. It is bad luck to do so sooner.
    . Russians often protest when they are offered a gift. Reply that it is a little something and offer the gift
    again and it will generally be accepted.

    Dining Etiquette
    If you are invited to a Russian’s house:
    . Arrive on time or no more than 15 minutes later than invited.
    . Remove your outdoor shoes. You may be given slippers to wear.
    . Dress in clothes you might wear to the office. Dressing well shows respect for your hosts.
    . Expect to be treated with honour and respect.
    . Offer to help the hostess with the preparation or clearing up after a meal is served. This may be turned
    down out of politeness. Asking ‘are you sure?’ allows the hostess to accept your offer.

    Table manners are generally casual.
    . Table manners are Continental — the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
    . The oldest or most honoured guest is served first.
    . Do not begin eating until the host invites you to start.
    . Do not rest your elbows on the table, although your hands should be visible at all times.
    . You will often be urged to take second helpings.
    . It is polite to use bread to soak up gravy or sauce.
    . Men pour drinks for women seated next to them.
    . Leaving a small amount of food on your plate indicates that your hosts have provided ample hospitality.
    . Do not get up until you are invited to leave the table. At formal dinners, the guest of honor is the first to
    get up from the table

    ITALY

    Language
    Italian is the official language of Italy, and 93% of the populations are native Italian speakers. Around 50% of the population speaks a regional dialect as mother tongue. Many dialects are mutually unintelligible and thus considered by linguists as separate languages, but are not officially recognized. Friulian, one of these dialects, is spoken by 600,000 people in the north east of Italy, which is 1% of the entire population. Other northern minority languages include Ladin, Slovene, German, which enjoys equal recognition with Italian in the province of Alto-Adige, and French, which is legally recognized in the Alpine region of the Val d’Aosta.
    Albanian is spoken by 0.2% of the population, mainly in the southern part of Italy, as too are Croatian and Greek.
    Catalan is spoken in one city, Alghero, on the island of Sardinia, by around 0.07% of the population. On the rest of the island, Sardinian is spoken by over 1m, which comes to 1.7% of the Italian population.

    Italian Family Values
    . The family is the centre of the social structure and provides a stabilizing influence for its members.
    . In the north, generally only the nuclear family lives together; while in the south, the extended family often resides together in one house.
    . The family provides both emotional and financial support to its members.

    Italian Style
    . Appearances matter in Italy.
    . The way you dress can indicate your social status, your family’s background, and your education level.
    . First impressions are lasting impressions in Italy.
    . The concept of ‘bella figura’ or good image is important to Italians.
    . They unconsciously assess another person’s age and social standing in the first few seconds of meeting them, often before any words are exchanged.
    . Clothes are important to Italians.
    . They are extremely fashion conscious and judge people on their appearance.
    . You will be judged on your clothes, shoes, accessories and the way you carry yourself.
    . Bella figura is more than dressing well. It extends to the aura your project too – i.e. confidence, style, demeanour, etc.

    Catholicism
    . The primary religion in Italy is Roman Catholic.
    . There are more Catholic churches per capita in Italy than in any other country.
    . Although church attendance is relatively low, the influence of the church is still high.
    . Many office buildings will have a cross or a religious statue in the lobby.
    . Each day of the year has at least one patron saint associated with it.
    . Children are named for a particular saint and celebrate their saint’s day as if it were their own birthday.
    . Each trade and profession has a patron saint.
    . The church promulgates hierarchy, which can be seen in all Italian relationships.
    . They respect and defer to those who are older, those who have achieved a level of business success, and those who come from well-connected families

    Gift Giving Etiquette
    . Do not give chrysanthemums as they are used at funerals.
    . Do not give red flowers as they indicate secrecy.
    . Do not give yellow flowers as they indicate jealousy
    . If you bring wine, make sure it is a good vintage. Quality, rather than quantity, is important.
    . Do not wrap gifts in black, as is traditionally a mourning colour.
    . Do not wrap gifts in purple, as it is a symbol of bad luck.
    . Gifts are usually opened when received.

    Dining Etiquette
    If invited to an Italian house:
    . If an invitation says the dress is informal, wear stylish clothes that are still rather formal, i.e., jacket and tie for men and an elegant dress for women.
    . Punctuality is not mandatory. You may arrive between 15 minutes late if invited to dinner and up to 30 minutes late if invited to a party.
    . If you are invited to a meal, bring gift-wrapped such as wine or chocolates.
    . If you are invited for dinner and want to send flowers, have them delivered that day.

    Table manners
    . Remain standing until invited to sit down. You may be shown to a particular seat.
    . Table manners are Continental — the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
    . Follow the lead of the hostess – she sits at the table first, starts eating first, and is the first to get up at the end of the meal.
    . The host gives the first toast.
    . An honoured guest should return the toast later in the meal.
    . Women may offer a toast.
    . Always take a small amount at first so you can be cajoled into accepting a second helping.
    . Do not keep your hands in your lap during the meal; however, do not rest your elbows on the table either.
    . It is acceptable to leave a small amount of food on your plate.
    . Pick up cheese with your knife rather than your fingers.
    . If you do not want more wine, leave your wineglass nearly full

  75. Aan Muhyasin S C1L010005 Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    German
    Insular — Despite Germany’s tolerance, it never really accepts outsiders. You can move to Germany, get a job and apartment there, and they will treat you with respect, but you will always be an outsider. Germans are Germans, and non-Germans are not German.

    America
    These American values and deeply rooted beliefs are very different from other country’s values and beliefs. The implicit cultural assumptions of Americans are often opposed to those of other cultures. When individuals from different cultures run into each other’s values and beliefs, cross-cultural misunderstandings take place.
    People constantly interact with people who have similar views and who reinforce their beliefs. To be able to distinguish between the in-group and the out-group is of central importance for individuals because it allows them to find an identity as to who they are and who they are not.

    Japan
    Peolple’s in Japan bowed half or their body for greeting and giving a thanks.

    Russia
    In Russia, Men who give a banana to a woman,it sagnifies that he wants a romantic relationship with her.

    Australia
    The defining feature of today’s Australia is not only the cultural diversity of its people, but the extent to which they are united by an overriding and unifying commitment to Australia.
    Within the framework of Australia’s laws, all Australians have the right to express their culture and beliefs and to participate freely in Australia’s national life.
    At the same time, everyone is expected to uphold the principles and shared values that support Australia’s way of life. These include: respect for equal worth, dignity and freedom of the individual,freedom of speech and association,freedom of religion and a secular government,support for parliamentary democracy and the rule of law,equality under the law,equality of men and women,equality of opportunity,peacefulness,a spirit of egalitarianism that embraces tolerance, mutual respect, and compassion for those in need. Australia also holds firmly to the belief that no one should be disadvantaged on the basis of their country of birth, cultural heritage, language, gender or religious belief.

  76. Akhris Fuadatis Sholikha (C1L010038 ) Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    Akhris Fuadatis Sholikha ( C1L010038 )
    1. In the US,Japan,Brasil,Rusia,UK,Saudi Arabia
    Example ,the hand gesture where the index finger and thumb touch and create a ‘zero’ can mean different things in different places. In the US and UK, it means ok. In Russia it means zero. In Japan it refers to money. While in Brazil, it is viewed as an insult.’’ Time is another communication system. ‘’ In western cultures, people like to get to the point of the matter in business meetings and conversations. However, in other countries like Saudi Arabia and Russia, it is customary to converse first about unrelated matters before starting the business discussions for which the meeting was arranged. Barging straight into the business issue, without informal small talk at the beginning, may make them very uncomfortable and may ruin the negotiations.
    2. In Yunani
    A. Carnival
    Another big Greek celebration is “Apokries” or Carnival. The Carnival is two weeks long, beginning from the Sunday of Meat Fare and ending with the start of Lent, (Clean Monday). People wear carnival costumes and party in the streets and bars, throwing colored confetti to each other. The most famous Carnival parade takes place in the city of Patra. It is believed that this custom has pagan roots, and originates from the old festivities worshiping Dionysus, the God of Wine.
    B. Greek Independence Day
    The Greek Independence Day celebrates Greece’s liberation from the Ottoman domination on March 25, 1821.
    C. October 28: The “NO”
    On October 28, the Greeks celebrate the day when Metaxas (a Greek General, appointed Prime Minister of Greece between April-August 1936 and dictator during the 4th of August Regime, from 1936 until his death in 1941), said no to the Italians who wanted to invade the country. It is the celebration of the heroic OXI (NO) many Greeks put a Greek flag on their windows while marches with students wearing a blue and white uniform and holding Greek flags are organized by schools.
    Superstitions
    In addition to being deeply religious, Greeks are very superstitious people and believe in the supernatural or the paranormal, but superstitions vary from region to region.
    D. Bread
    In Greece, especially in villages, bread is considered a gift of God. Because of that women bless the bread and make the sign of the cross with a knife before slicing it.
    E. Evil Eye
    Some Greeks believe that someone can catch the evil eye, or “matiasma”, from jealous or envious people. Those, who have caught the evil eye, usually feel bad physically and mentally. To avoid the matiasma one must wear a charm: a little blue marble glass with an eye painted on it or a blue bracelet. Blue is believed to be the color that protects against the evil eye but it is also believed that people with blue eyes can give matiasma. Garlic is another way to guard against the evil eye, and people often hang it in their houses.
    F. Knives
    Greeks never hand a knife to someone because they believe it will bring a fight with the person. Therefore they set it down on the table and let the other person take it.
    G. Priests
    Orthodox priests are revered and in villages the custom is to kiss their hand in respect when meeting them. But it is believed that seeing a black cat and a priest during the same day is bad luck.
    H. Spitting
    Some Greeks believe that spitting chases the devil away. That is why when someone talks about bad news (deaths, accidents, etc…) or compliments babies, children and even adults, the others slightly spit three times saying “ftou, ftou, ftou”.
    I. Tuesday the 13th
    Unlike the Western belief, in Greece the unlucky day is Tuesday the 13th and not Friday the 13th. Tuesday is considered to be the unluckiest day of the week because on Tuesday, May 29th, 1453 the city of Constantinople was besieged and taken by the Ottoman Turks. Greeks also consider the number 13 to be good luck and the main theory is the belief that having 12 apostles of Christ made Christ the 13th of the group. However, the combination of Tuesday and 13 as Tuesday the 13th of the month is considered a very unlucky day in Greek culture.
    J. “Piase kokkino” (Touch Red)
    Greeks believe that saying the same thing at the same time is an omen and the two people will get into a fight or an argument. Because of this, when people say the same thing together they must immediately follow by telling one another “piase kokkino” and both have to touch any red item they can find around them.

    3. In the U.S
    we know and believe that a person who is skilled and works hard will get ahead. In other countries, it may be believed that differences in outcome result more from luck.  “Chunking,” the name for China in Chinese, literally means “The Middle Kingdom.”  The belief among ancient Chinese that they were in the center of the universe greatly influenced their thinking.
    Other issues are relevant.  Art, for example, may be reflected in the rather arbitrary practice of wearing ties in some countries and wearing turbans in others.  Morality may be exhibited in the view in the United States that one should not be naked in public. 
    4.In Japan
    A. on the other hand, groups of men and women may take steam baths together without perceived as improper.  On the other extreme, women in some Arab countries are not even allowed to reveal their faces.  Notice, by the way, that what at least some countries view as moral may in fact be highly immoral by the standards of another country. 
    B. polychronic culture.
    The Japanese are often misunderstood and accused by Westerners of not volunteering detailed information. The truth of the matter is that the Japanese do not want to be too direct because by saying things directly they may be perceived as being insensitive and offensive. The Japanese are also not comfortable in getting right down to substantive business without first becoming familiar with the other business party. For them it is premature to discuss business matters seriously without first establishing a personal relationship. Furthermore, American businesspersons consider the failure of the Japanese to make eye contact as a sign of rudeness, whereas the Japanese do not want to look each other in the eye because eye contact is an act of confrontation and aggression.

  77. Muhammad Andy Kusuma (C1L006036) Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    WEDDING CULTURE IN ZIMBABWE
    Celebrate your Weddings in Zimbabwe in style. Zimbabwe is one of the most beautiful countries of Africa that boasts of majestic Victoria Falls, magnificent wildlife preserves and the medieval ruins of the bustling city of Harare.

    Weddings in Zimbabwe will be an experience of a lifetime with planning a wedding at the riverside or along the beaches.

    Thus for would be couples, who want a wedding with a difference, Weddings in Zimbabwe is ideal for them. Celebrate your wedding under an African sky, in a tranquil and romantic ceremony and enjoy your meal in the African Bush. Among the Zimbabwe Wedding Venues, the hide has earned a reputation over the years for its fine cuisine. All the menus are delicious and you can dine in the relaxed atmosphere with your spouse next to you. You can take a ride on an elephant back and enjoy the native drink to make the meal even more memorable.

    Start your day with “bota”. It is a porridge made by mixing the cornmeal with water to produce a thick paste. This is usually flavored with peanut butter, milk, butter, or, sometimes, jam. Serve your guests with rice and chicken along with cabbage salad, after your wedding ceremony gets over. Weddings are usually celebrated with the killing of a goat or a cow that is a part of Weddings in Zimbabwe.

    Among the Zimbabwe Wedding Venues, mention can be made of the Zambezi River that offers the most spectacular sunset for a romantic African wedding. Tie the knot while gently drifting down the river or viewing the amazing Victoria Falls. The Victoria Falls is a popular tourist destination on the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe. If you want to marry in some hotel, then the Meikles Hotel in Harare has the top-most facilities and services for you. The Meikles Hotel is conveniently located in the central business and shopping district of Harare, overlooking Africa Unity Square and the colorful flower market. The hotel is consistently voted as one of the best hotels in Africa and the hotel serves as a great ground for organizing wedding. It offers luxurious accommodation, with lush lawns and highest standards of accommodation and cuisine. The La Fontaine Grill Room has the facility for dining and dancing and the rooftop pool deck features a heated swimming pool and gymnasium.

    Other popular Zimbabwe Wedding Venues include the Musango Safari Camp and the Sanyati Lodge at Harare in Zimbabwe. After your wedding gets completed, you can visit the Matusadona mountain range, Lake Kariba providing a unique African adventure and the Matusadona National Park where lion, elephant, cheetah, hippo, buffalo and many other species of animals can be seen.

    WEDDING CULTURE IN CHINESE
    On the day of the wedding, two families performs “hair dressing” ritual and “capping” ritual for the bride and groom respectively. Then the groom sets out to the bride’s home, and he will inevitably be blocked at her door by her friends, and the bridesmaids will play door game with the groom and his attendants. The bride and groom will then leave her home and proceed to meet the groom’s parents for Tea Ceremony. The wedding date ceremony ends with a feast which features elaborate Chinese wedding food.

    WEDDING CULTURE IN TURKEY
    There are different kinds of wedding ceremonies in Turkey. The forms of ceremonies depend on the social and economic status of couples and their families.

    In the rural areas, they are different from the wedding ceremonies of urban areas. In the villages, the wedding ceremonies continue for two days.

    There are two separate wedding ceremonies—one in the home of the bride’s family and one in the home of the groom’s family.

    The ceremonies start Friday evening and finish Sunday noon when the groom’s relatives take the bride from the home of the bride’s family and bring her to the groom’s home.

    After that, the groom’s relatives and the bride’s relatives have lunch together, and the bride and groom are left alone in their new home.

    When a couple decides to marry, the son’s family makes an appointment with the daughter’s family to get permission for the couple to marry. If the daughter’s family accepts this wedding, the engaged couple decides the date of the wedding ceremony together with their families.

    The bride’s family buys some gifts and furniture for their son-in-law, and the groom’s family buys some gifts and furniture for their daughter-in-law before the wedding ceremony.

    Both the bride’s family and the groom’s family invite their relatives to the wedding ceremony which is held in a hotel ballroom at dinner time. At the beginning of the ceremony, when the couple enters the ceremony hall, the wedding march is played and the ladies of the court accompany them.

    The bride and groom sit together at the table. Their witnesses sit at their right side, and a government officer who does the wedding paperwork sits at the left side of the couple. The government officer talks about the wedding and asks both the couple and their witness about the wedding.

    After the couple is married, their witnesses, and the government officer sign the wedding certificate, and the government officer announces that the couple is officially married.

    And then, the bride and groom kiss each other and dance the first dance. After that, their relatives offer some gifts. At the end of the ceremony, the wedding cake is cut by the bride and groom, and pictures are taken of the relatives as a group. Then, the newly married couple stays in that hotel their first night. The next day, they go on a honeymoon trip.

    If the couple can’t afford to have the wedding ceremony in a hotel ballroom with a dinner, they can have a small ceremony in one of the government wedding ceremony halls without a dinner or something like a party.

  78. Prawesthi Testyaningrum Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    Prawesthi Testyaningrum C1L010009

    RUSSIA

    Meeting Etiquette

    . The typical greeting is a firm, almost bone-crushing handshake while maintaining direct eye contact and giving the appropriate greeting for the time of day.
    . When men shake hands with women, the handshake is less firm.
    . When female friends meet, they kiss on the cheek three times, starting with the left and then alternating.
    . When close male friends meet, they may pat each other on the back and hug.

    Naming Conventions

    Russian names are comprised of:
    . First name, which is the person’s given name.
    . Middle name, which is a patronymic or a version of the father’s first name formed by adding ‘- vich’ or ‘-ovich’ for a male and ‘-avna’ or ‘- ovna’ for a female. The son of Ivan would have a patronymic of Ivanovich while the daughter’s patronymic would be Ivanovna.
    . Last name, which is the family or surname.
    In formal situations, people use all three names. Friends and close acquaintances may refer to each other by their first name and patronymic. Close friends and family members call each other by their first name only.

    Gift Giving Etiquette

    Gift giving using takes place between family and close friends on birthdays, New Year, and Orthodox Christmas.
    . If you are invited to a Russian home for a meal, bring a small gift.
    . Male guests are expected to bring flowers.
    . Do not give yellow flowers.
    . Do not give a baby gift until after the baby is born. It is bad luck to do so sooner.
    . Russians often protest when they are offered a gift. Reply that it is a little something and offer the gift again and it will generally be accepted.

    Dining Etiquette

    If you are invited to a Russian’s house:
    . Arrive on time or no more than 15 minutes later than invited.
    . Remove your outdoor shoes. You may be given slippers to wear.
    . Dress in clothes you might wear to the office. Dressing well shows respect for your hosts.
    . Expect to be treated with honour and respect.
    . Offer to help the hostess with the preparation or clearing up after a meal is served. This may be turned down out of politeness. Asking ‘are you sure?’ allows the hostess to accept your offer.

    Table manners are generally casual.

    . Table manners are Continental — the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
    . The oldest or most honoured guest is served first.
    . Do not begin eating until the host invites you to start.
    . Do not rest your elbows on the table, although your hands should be visible at all times.
    . You will often be urged to take second helpings.
    . It is polite to use bread to soak up gravy or sauce.
    . Men pour drinks for women seated next to them.
    . Leaving a small amount of food on your plate indicates that your hosts have provided ample hospitality.
    . Do not get up until you are invited to leave the table. At formal dinners, the guest of honor is the first to get up from the table.

    Russian Business Etiquette and Protocol

    Relationships & Communication

    . Russians are transactional and do not need to establish long-standing personal relationships before they do business with people.
    . It is still a good idea to develop a network of people who you know and trust. The Russian word “svyasi” means connections and refers to having friends in high places, which is often required to cut through red tape.
    . Patience is essential.
    . It is best to err on the side of formality when you first make contact.
    . Sincerity is crucial as it is required to build trust, and trust is needed to build a relationship.
    . Most Russians do not trust people who are ‘all business’.
    . An indication that you have successfully developed a personal relationship is being asked for a favour by that person.

    Business Meeting Etiquette

    . Appointments are necessary and should be made as far in advance as possible.
    . It often takes roughly 6 weeks to arrange a meeting with a government official.
    . Confirm the meeting when you arrive in the country and again a day or two in advance.
    . The first week of May has several public holidays so it is best avoided.
    . You should arrive punctually for meetings.
    . Typical Russian schedules are constantly changing and everything takes longer than expected, so be prepared to be kept waiting.
    . Meetings can be cancelled on short notice.
    . The first meeting is often a vehicle to determine if you and the company you represent are credible and worthy of consideration for future business dealings.
    . Use the time effectively to demonstrate what differentiates your company from the competition.
    . Expect a long period of socializing and getting-to-know-you conversation before business is discussed.
    . Have all printed material available in both English and Russian.
    . Russians expect long and detailed presentations that include a history of the subject and a review of existing precedents.
    . Meetings are frequently interrupted. It is common for several side conversations that have nothing to do with the topic of the meeting to be carried on during the meeting.
    . At the end of the meeting, expect to sign a ‘protokol’, which is a summary of what was discussed.

    Business Negotiating

    . Meetings and negotiations are slow. Russians do not like being rushed.
    . It is a good idea to include technical experts on your negotiating team.
    . Hierarchy is important to Russians. They respect age, rank and position. The most senior person reaches decisions.
    . Russian executives prefer to meet with people of similar rank and position.
    . Russians see negotiations as win-lose. They do not believe in win-win scenarios.
    . Have written materials available in both English and Russian.
    . Russians view compromise as weakness. They will continue negotiating until you offer concessions.
    . Russians may lose their temper, walk out of the meeting, or threaten to terminate the relationship in an attempt to coerce you to change your position.
    . Russians often use time as a tactic, especially if they know that you have a deadline. Be cautious about letting your business colleagues know that you are under time pressure or they will delay even more.
    . Nothing is final until the contract is signed. Even then, Russians will modify a contract to suit their purposes.
    . Do not use high-pressure sales tactics as they will work against you.

    Dress Etiquette

    . Business dress is formal and conservative.
    . Men should wear business suits.
    . Women should wear subdued coloured business suits with skirts that cover the knees.
    . Shoes should be highly polished.
    Business Cards
    . Business cards are exchanged after the initial introductions without formal ritual.
    . Have one side of your business card translated into Russian using Cyrillic text.
    . Include advanced university degrees on your business card.
    . Hand your business card so the Russian side is readable to the recipient.
    . If someone does not have a business card, note their pertinent information.

    VIETNAM

    Greeting People

    Most of the Vietnamese in urban areas no longer bow when they meet each other. In formal gatherings, at religious place, and sometimes in the country areas, one may see the people clasp their hands together in a prayer-like gesture and bow slightly. This is not practiced to any extent in everyday life in Vietnam as it is in neighboring Thailand.
    The custom of handshaking, formerly considered barbaric to the Vietnamese, is now achieving popularity due to the Western influence in the country. Men will generally shake hands and say the equivalent of “how are you” and tip their hats when greeting people. Women, especially those in the countryside, still shy away from shaking hands, especially with men from their own country. It is best not to offer to shake hands with a woman unless she offers her hand first.
    Introductions
    Whereas Americans often immediately introduce themselves in given situations, the ordinary people of Vietnam think this to be rather bold and like to have a mutual acquaintance make the introduction. They will rarely introduce themselves when going into a home or office until asked to do so. This may be due to their innate shyness and modesty.

    Names carry great importance in Vietnam. Often Vietnamese will have secret names, known only to themselves and their parents. If it is given away, the person believes he is exposed to evil spirits. Except in rare cases, family names are seldom used outside of the family circle. Children are often called names in rank of birth, such as Chi-hai, Chi-ba (daughter two, daughter three).
    One should call Vietnamese people by Mr., Mrs., or Miss until asked to go on a first name basis. They do not do this as quickly as Americans in their relationships with people. Especially important, when in the company of a third person, your friend must be called by his name with a Mr., Miss, or Mrs. proceeding it, as the case may be. If this is not done, it may suggest great intimacy or friendliness, or can also be interpreted as being arrogant treatment of the individual by a superior.
    Most Vietnamese names consist of a family name, middle name and a personal or given name. The order is reverse to the American custom. For instance, John Paul Jones’ name in Vietnamese style would be Jones Paul John. However, we do not call someone by his family name in Vietnam. If we use the names for instance, Miss Hau Dinh Cam. Hau is the family name. We would call her Miss Cam. Jones Paul John would be Mr. John. On very informal occasions, we might at their request call them Cam or John, but would always add a Miss or Mr. to the name in the presence of other people outside of the group.
    An exception to this rule dates back to traditional customs of long ago when beloved leaders were called by their family names.
    It is desirable to call Vietnamese professional and government officials by their title, i.e., Mr. Assemblyman, Mr. Doctor, Mr. Lieutenant, etc.
    Taboos in Personal Relationships
    It is best to call to people in a quiet voice, using their names preceded by Mr. Mrs., or Miss. Waving or beckoning with an upturned finger is considered highly impolite. If you must silently signal for someone to come toward you, do so by using the whole hand with the palm turned down. Not to do so would indicate an air of authority or superiority over the person being called or beckoned.
    Never touch anyone on the head as this would be considered as a personal insult to the individual and perhaps even to his ancestors. Many Vietnamese believe the spirit resides there. Hence, the belief is that if a person is beheaded, his spirit will roam forever without finding a resting place. Also, don’t touch anyone on the shoulder. Some people believe that a genie resides there and it is undesirable to disturb him. If you mistakenly touch one shoulder, you must also touch the other shoulder and this helps offset the bad luck.
    Confusing Personal Traits of Vietnamese
    Vietnamese people have a habit of not looking into your eyes when they talk to you. This is often because of shyness, but one of the main reasons is that traditionally they do not look into the eyes of those they respect or those higher in rank when talking to them. This is to indicate politeness.
    The smile of a Vietnamese can be very confusing in Vietnam to an outsider and cause misunderstandings. In some Oriental countries, a smile can mean sorrow, worry, or embarrassment. In Vietnam, it may indicate a polite, but perhaps skeptical reaction to something, compliance or toleration of a blunder or misunderstanding, or on occasion represents submission to judgment that may be wrong or unfair. This is particularly true if the one making the judgment is at a superior level and perhaps has lost his temper. For instance, a laundress may ruin a favorite shirt and is called in by her employer to be asked about it. She may smile. This does not mean that she thinks it is funny that she burned the shirt, but instead is submission to the fact. If the owner of the shirt loses his temper, she may keep smiling indicating politeness or patience with superiors.
    Because of this, foreigners should be very cautious in voicing their opinions and perhaps be a little more delicate, more tolerant and restrain from being obstinate.
    Loud arguments or heated discussions are frowned upon and are seldom heard among the Vietnamese. Well-bred people are trained in self-discipline. It is best, therefore, for Americans or other foreigners to do their best to keep tempers in check, no matter what the circumstances, lest they be looked upon with disdain.
    Vietnamese seldom use a direct approach in their dealings. To do so indicates a lack of tact or delicacy. Directness is appreciated in the Western world, but not in Vietnam. The Vietnamese do not like to say “no” and will often reply “yes” when the answer should be negative. This problem is further complicated by Americans posing negative questions such as, “It doesn’t look like it will rain today, does it?” The correct answer is often the one given by the Vietnamese–”Yes.” We expect to hear “No.” Think it out and you will see that the Vietnamese is really correct.
    Best advice, don’t ask negative questions.
    Hospitality
    The Vietnamese love to be hospitable and will often invite you to dinner. If gifts are taken for the family, they should be items that they could not easily obtain themselves. To take something that they could buy easily would be a bad reflection on their economic means. They love anything from western countries, and it does not have to be expensive. If you give the children things, each should have a separate gift. It is not polite to take a whole bag of candy and give it to them as a group.
    On short visits, drink the tea that is offered, even if you don’t like it and are afraid of the local water. It shows that you are welcome and well respected.
    Rank is always carefully observed by the Vietnamese in their homes and elsewhere. Servants never sit at the same table with their employers if outsiders are present, and only in rare cases otherwise.
    On some occasions at an informal meal, the whole family except for the person inviting you to dinner, may get up from the table and eat elsewhere. This is not a show of disrespect for you but is simply a way of letting the guest spend time with his special friend.
    At banquets, one should arrive on time and greet elderly persons first. If the dinner is served Chinese style, food should be transferred from the main bowl to your individual bowl before eating. It is impolite to eat anything with your chopsticks directly from the serving bowl. A guest may refrain from taking something he doesn’t like, but if the hostess serves it to you unknowingly, force it down if at all possible. If the guest refuses, the host may doubt his sincerity and coax him even more. Individual bowls are usually changed with each course and are generally removed only when empty, except the last course. Here, a little something should be left to indicate to the host that there was enough food and everyone is satisfied.

    TAIWAN

    REMOVING SHOES

    In practically every Taiwanese home, as in Japan, guests are requested to remove their shoes even though the host may insist that you dont have to (but that is just a false courtesy). The host has slippers lying right at the door after you remove your shoes! Taiwanese pride themselves in maintaining a clean floor at home.

    GIFT GIVING

    Taiwan is a great gift-giving society. When you visit someones house for dinner, it is customary to bring a gift. This may be some fruit, a box of chocolates, some pastries, or a bottle of wine. One shared gift is acceptable, and maybe some small items for the kids will be enough to score some brownie points. While most small gifts can be bought in Taiwan, it may be a good idea to bring a few small gifts with you form home to give special friends you will develop. It must be noted that the Taiwanese are generally big on brand names and ‘designer’ items.

    When you present a gift, tradition dictates that it be presented with two hands and received with two hands (the same is true for name cards and anything else exchanged at a social occasion). The host will usually not open the present in your presence unless you request them to do so. When opening the gift in the host’s presence, it is important to open the package carefully to avoid ripping and crumpling the paper. The wrapping paper should be folded up and put aside, not ripped open and promptly disposed of as is usual in other cultures. For nice presents it is recommended to wrap it carefully as appearance is important. There’s plenty of wrapping paper available in Taiwan. You can find some as well as gifts at Watson’s stores or at a bookstore. When giving a gift, it is often customary to demean it’s value by saying something like, “It’s just a small gift to show my appreciation”.

    BAD OMENS

    Avoid talking about accidents and death;talking about it implies that it might occur. In Chinese, the sound of “four” is similar to death; so hospitals never put patients on the fourth floor and some people do not like to live or have an office on the 4th floor of a building.

    In Chinese, white is associated with death. In giving presents, never use white wrapping paper or white envelopes. Chinese are usually hesitant to leave a will because it indicates the writer is going to die soon. Generally, death is a forbidden topic of discussion.

    GUANXI

    Guanxi can be roughly translated as ‘relationship’ or ‘connections’ built up by doing favours for people and having the favors returned. Although it is pretty common in the west, it has become an integral part of social dealings and a sort of unwritten law.

    FACE

    The concept of ‘face’ or ‘lien’ in Chinese is similar to the western idea of prestige. The opposite being to ‘lose face’ or ‘dio lien’ in Chinese sheds more light on the concept and can be more closely translated to mean ‘shame’.

    Face is very important in Eastern cultures, and is especially so in Chinese society. What may simply seem like an obsession with materialism to the western observer is really an integral part of gaining face.

    The big black Benz, the designer clothing, even the private English Teacher, all add to one’s face in modern Chinese society. Yet, in apparent contradiction to all this, it is part of social protocol to be self deprecating and to flatter others.

    BUSINESS CARDS

    During your stay in Taiwan, you should carry your business cards with you. You will present them to your business acquaintances with both hands. This is a sign of respect. Giving business cards is part of the ‘face’ culture, so dont leave home without them! Print your business cards with English on the one side and Chinese on the other.

    WEDDINGS

    During your stay in Taiwan, you may be invited to a wedding. If you are invited to one, you will be presented with a red envelope, sometimes referred to as ‘red bomb’. You will be expected to bring money when attending the wedding. Place the money in a red envelope and the typical amount should be about NT$600 to NT$1000 in cash. This entitles you to a wonderful 10-course meal during the wedding party and you are not expected to bring any other gifts.

    PORTUGAL

    Meeting & Greeting

    . Initial greetings are reserved, yet polite and gracious.
    . The handshake accompanied by direct eye contact and the appropriate greeting for the time of day.
    . Once a personal relationship has developed, greetings become more personal: men may greet each other with a hug and a handshake and women kiss each other twice on the cheek starting with the right.
    Titles
    . The proper form of address is the honorific title ‘senhor’ and ‘senhora’ with the surname.
    . Anyone with a university degree is referred to with the honorific title, plus ‘doutour’ or ‘doutoura’ (‘doctor’) with or without their surname.
    . Wait until invited before moving to a first-name basis.
    . Use the formal rather than the informal case until your Portuguese friend suggests otherwise.

    Gift Giving Etiquette

    . If you are invited to a Portuguese home for dinner, bring flowers, good quality chocolates or candy to the hostess.
    . Do not bring wine unless you know which wines your hosts prefer.
    . Do not give 13 flowers. The number is considered unlucky.
    . Do not give lilies or chrysanthemums since they are used at funerals.
    . Do not give red flowers since red is the symbol of the revolution.
    . Gifts are usually opened when received.
    Dining Etiquette
    . If invited to a dinner arrive no more than 15 minutes after the stipulated time.
    . You may arrive between 30 minutes and one hour later than the stipulated time when invited to a party or other large social gathering.
    . Dress conservatively. There is little difference between business and social attire.
    . Do not discuss business in social situations.
    . If you did not bring a gift to the hostess, send flowers the next day.
    . Table manners are formal.
    . Remain standing until invited to sit down. You may be shown to a particular seat.
    . Table manners are Continental — the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
    . Do not begin eating until the hostess says “bom appetito”.
    . Do not rest your elbows on the table, although your hands should be visible at all times.
    . Most food is eaten with utensils, including fruit and cheese.
    . Keep your napkin to the left of your plate while eating. Do not place the napkin in your lap. When you have finished eating, move your napkin to the right of your plate.
    . If you have not finished eating, cross your knife and fork on your plate with the fork over the knife.
    . Leave some food on your plate when you have finished eating.
    . Indicate you have finished eating by laying your knife and fork parallel on your plate, tines facing up, with the handles facing to the right.
    Business Etiquette and Protocol
    Building Relationships & Communication
    . The Portuguese prefer to do business with those they feel comfortable with, which means those that they know they can trust.
    . Therefore, it is advisable to have a mutual contact provide the initial introduction.
    . Expect to invest a great deal of time developing the relationship.
    . The Portuguese prefer face-to-face meetings rather than written or telephonic communication, which are seen as too impersonal.
    . Relationships are built with people, not companies.
    . If you change representatives or people on a negotiating team once negotiations have started, the relationship-building process will have to begin again.
    . It is important that you treat business colleagues with respect and not do anything to embarrass them.
    . Communication is formal and relies on strict rules of protocol.
    . If your Portuguese business colleagues have questions or want clarification during a presentation, they will wait until you have finished speaking and not interrupt.
    . Although honest, the Portuguese do not volunteer information unless solicited, especially if remaining silent is in their best interest.
    . Although the Portuguese are not emotive speakers and do not use hand gestures, they may be demonstrative when greeting friends. . If you tend to use hand gestures while speaking, you may wish to moderate your behaviour since it may incorrectly be viewed as overtly demonstrative.
    . Portugal is a hierarchical culture that respects age and position.
    . Defer to those in senior positions and maintain a sense of formality in written communication.
    . Do not be concerned if your Portuguese colleagues fail to follow through on promises.
    . They have a more relaxed attitude towards time and do not see deadlines as crucial as people from many other cultures do.
    . They do not appreciate direct criticism, even if you consider it to be justified
    Business Meeting Etiquette
    . Appointments are mandatory and should be made 1 to 2 weeks in advance.
    . Reconfirm the meeting a few days in advance.
    . Initial correspondence should be written in Portuguese.
    . Since most Portuguese take vacation during August, it is not an ideal time to try to schedule meetings. It is also best not to plan meetings during the week between Christmas and New Year.
    . You should arrive on time for meetings.
    . In many circles, 5 minutes late is considered on time.
    . Punctuality displays respect for the person you are meeting. If you are kept waiting, it is important that you not appear irritated.
    . People from the north are generally more punctual than those in the south.
    . A fair amount of getting-to-know-you conversation may take place before the business conversation begins.
    . Agendas serve as starting points for discussions; they do not serve as schedules.
    . Presentations should be well thought-out, thorough, and backed up with charts and figures.
    . Decisions are not reached at meetings.
    . Maintain eye contact when speaking.
    . Meetings may be interrupted.
    . Do not remove your jacket unless your business associates do so.
    Negotiating
    . Portuguese put great importance on the character of the person with whom they do business, so they will take time to get to know you.
    . Wait for your Portuguese colleagues to bring up business. Never rush the relationship-building process.
    . Portuguese are very thorough and detail-oriented.
    . Portuguese prefer to do business for the long-term although at times they focus on short-term gains.
    . Business is conducted slowly. You must not appear impatient.
    . Have printed material available in both English and Portuguese.
    . Do not use high-pressure sales tactics. Portuguese are offended by aggressive behaviour.
    . Portuguese business is hierarchical. The highest-ranking person makes decisions.
    . Portuguese negotiate with people – not companies. Do not change your negotiating team or you may have to start over from the beginning.
    . Contracts are respected.

    BOLIVIA

    Meeting & Greeting

    . The handshake is the most common form of greeting.
    . Direct eye contact is also usual.
    . When meeting people will use the most appropriate greeting for the time of day – these are “buenos dias” (good morning), “buenas tardes” (good day), or “buenas noches”(good evening).
    . People with an informal relationship will be warmer and embrace or pat each other on the shoulder. Women will kiss on the cheek.
    . Unlike Europeans Bolivians use both their maternal and paternal surnames. The father’s surname is listed first and is the one used in conversation.
    . When a woman gets married she usually adds her husband’s first surname to her first surname with the connector “de”, so if Jennifer Maria Lopez marries Manuel Sebastien Costa, she would be called Jennifer Maria de Costa.
    . If you know of someone’s title always use it.

    Gift Giving Etiquette

    Gifts are usually given at birthdays, Christmas and New Year.
    The general rule is by good quality but price is not too important.
    Some general gift giving tips include:
    . Take flowers, spirits, pastries, sweets/chocolates if invited to a house for Do not give yellow or purple flowers as they have negative connotations.
    . Do not give scissors or knives as they indicate a desire to sever the relationship.
    . Gifts are not generally opened when received.

    Dining Etiquette

    Here are some general dining etiquette tips:
    . Punctuality is not expected – arrive a good 20 to 30 minutes late.
    . It is not good form to discuss business at social functions -concentrate of getting to know people on a personal level.
    . At a table the guest is served first.
    . The host generally says “buen provecho” (“enjoy” or “have a good meal”) to invite guests to eat.
    . Keep elbows off the table.
    . It is considered polite to refuse food the first time it is offered and wait for the hist to insist before accepting.
    . Always use utensils – even fruit is eaten with a knife and fork.
    . Wait for a toast to be made before taking the first sip of your drink.
    . The host makes the first toast.
    . The most common toast is “Salud!”
    . When you lift your glass, look at the person being toasted.
    . Never leave straight after a meal – you should stay for at least half an hour.
    Business Etiquette and Protocol
    Meeting & Greeting
    . Bolivians tend to be formal in their business dealings.
    . It is always best to maintain a level of professionalism.
    . Shake hands when meeting and leaving.
    . Wait for a woman to extend her hand.
    . Eye contact is important.
    . Professional or academic titles with the surname are used in business. Common titles are “Doctor” (medical doctor or Ph.D.), “Ingeniero” (engineer), and “Licenciado” (lawyer or university degree).
    . If someone does not have a title, the honorific titles Señor or Señora are used with the surname.
    Business Cards
    . Business cards are exchanged during the initial introductions.
    . Try and have one side of your business card translated into Spanish.
    . Make sure to include any academic qualifications on your card.

    Meetings

    . Relationship building is important in Bolivia so initial meetings should always be about establishing trust and learning a little about each other.
    . Wait for the other party to move the conversation on to business.
    . Meetings are generally relaxed affairs but there is always a sense of formality that should be adhered to.
    . Meeting schedules are not very structured in Bolivia. There may be an agenda and a starting time, but they serve as guidelines only and may act as a springboard to other related business ideas and further discussion.
    . Time is not considered more important than completing a meeting satisfactorily, therefore meetings will continue until the discussion is completed.
    . Be careful not to be too direct in your communication style – negative responses should be diplomatically put so as not to cause a loss of face or dignity.
    . Most business is conducted in Spanish so try and arrange for your own interpreter.
    . Similarly have any materials translated into Spanish.
    . Do not rush meetings or show impatience.
    . Decisions are not generally reached at meetings – don’t pressure people into making them.
    . Meetings are simply for discussion and to exchange ideas.

  79. Wildan tamtomo aji Says:
    March 28th, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    WILDAN T. A.
    C1L010057

    answer:

    Education
    1. Russian
    Russian education is a lot different from ours. For instance, all children are required go to school for 11 years. At first children go to a nursery school until they are three. Then they go to kindergarten until they are seven years old. Children go to school six days a week. After ninth grade all children are ready to go to secondary school. The teachers at the secondary school train the students to be technicians, workers in farming, and industry. Students who have done well in both schools can take a test to enter a university. All schooling is from first grade to the university.
    2. United State
    Education in the United States is very important to the population. Every state in the United States has a public school system. Kids in the United States are required to go to school until a certain age or grade. Many of the public school systems have facilities from preschool all the way to high school. Many parents encourage their children to continue their education after high school. Schools offer classes in Physical Education, Music, and Computers.
    3. India
    The girls and boys in India go to separate schools. The children in India are in different color schools which is a way of telling different schools apart which are in the same county. They all have the same name except for the different colors.The girls and boys in India have to wear uniforms because kidnappers are avid everywhere in India and it is a way of telling whether a kid in the school is being taken away or if it is just a normal kid. There are at least 60 kids in each class.
    4. Japan
    The elementary schools in Japan are called Shōgakkō. The country boasts of 100% literacy and rightly so, with almost all the established elementary school aged children enrolled. Education in Japan begins at the tender age of six. Much importance is attached to the enrolling and the initial use of the books and stationery. Japan imparts knowledge to its young ones via established public schools. There are private schools too, but they are costly and though prestigious, they help the students to graduate onto the higher-level private schools affiliated, and finally universities and hence, the cost factor ripples on. Nevertheless, just like in any other part of the world today, there is stiff competition to enroll in these schools.

    Expressions and Clothing

    1. United States

    There are a lot of hip expressions and clothing stores in the United States. There are many girls that shop at Limited Too, Old Navy, Abercrombie & Fitch, GAP, and many more hip clothing stores. The boys like to shop at Abercrombie & Fitch, Old Navy, Banana Republic, and many more. WASSS UP, dude, yo, HELLOOO??!! and DUH are what the American kids use most of the time when they are around their friends. Girls wear flares, pleather, toe socks, baggy sweatshirts, and tight T-shirts, and jeans. Boys wear baggy pants, tight and baggy T-shirts, and hats.

    2. India
    Married Women wear saris. Saris are long pieces of cloth which the women ravel around their bodies which come with a blouse. Younger women who are not married wear chudidars which consist of pants and a long matching dress which comes about up to the knees. Men mostly wear pants and a long shirt usually made of cotton called lango. Sometimes they are made of silk but very rarely. The native people of India cover themselves for safety from the scorching sun but the clothing they wear also catches the breezes that are blowing in the day. The Indians never need to wear winter coats or heavy material except in the north near the Himalayas because the tropic of cancer runs through the southern end of India.
    3. Chinesse
    Another important aspect is ancient Chinese clothing. Archaeological evidences have shown the presence of bone sewing machines, ornamental shells and stone beads as early as 18,000 years ago. The three traditional Chinese clothing are the pien-fu (two piece ceremonial costume), the ch’ang-p’ao (long dress), and the shen-i. Embroidered designs were a unique feature of traditional Chinese clothing.
    4. France
    Paris is the ‘Fashion Capital of the World’. The presence of dedicated couturier houses, fashion shows and dedicated media like ‘Elle’ dominate the fashion industry. France’s very own designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Claude Montana, Pierre Cardin, Sonia Rykiel, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Paco Rabanne and Christian Lacroix are world renowned fashion designers.

  80. Vanessa Alexandra_C1L010031 Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 3:18 pm

    Wedding culture in the world :

    1. Indonesian Wedding Ceremonies
    Given the broad diversity of ethnic groups in Indonesia, it stands to reason that wedding customs will reflect this diversity. Each ethnic group has different wedding dress (batik, traditional textiles, kebaya) and different marriage ceremonies and customs. Within ethnic groups, those of different religious backgrounds will have different practices as well.
    • Attendance is Important
    • Invitations : Wedding invitations in Jakarta and other urban centers can be very extravagant. The date on the outside of the envelope is very practical if you receive many wedding invitations. In rural areas, the invitation is done via visits from the family to neighbors and friends.
    • Appropriate Dress
    For women, nice dresses, much as you would wear to a wedding at home. For men, a business suit or a long-sleeved batik shirt with slacks.It would be appropriate to wear a long sleeved dress to a Muslim wedding reception. It is not necessary for an expatriate woman to cover her head, though many of the Indonesian attendees may do so.
    • Gift : This is a nice way of asking for money instead of gifts. At the reception desk there will be a beautifully decorated box with a slit in the top into which you can insert an envelope with money. If you choose to give money and are uncertain of an appropriate amount to give, ask your secretary or Indonesian colleagues for their suggestions. Sometimes the hostesses will number your envelope as well as next to your signature in the guest book, so that the bride and groom know how much money you gave.

    2. wedding culture of African
    Wedding Attire
    An African woven cloth serves the function of reflecting personal, societal, religious and political culture. Kente cloth is the primary woven fabric produced by the people of the old Ashanti Kingdom of Ghana. The traditional red, gold and green repeated in the design are liberation colors recognized by children of African descent all over the world.; (red for the blood shed by millions in captivity), gold for the mineral wealth (prosperity), and green for the vegetation of the land of Africa (home).
    Boxes arranged in an “X” mean all ideas coming together at one point symbolizing leadership, consensus and the voice of the people. The stepped border motif symbolizes defense against the countless assaults and obstacles encountered in the course of an African lifetime.
    Traditional native attire for the female would be a headpiece (a gele’), a loose fitting or grand bou-bou or the wrap skirt (iro), shawl (iborum), and a short loose blouse (buba) made out of the same fabric. The groom wears a pair of slacks (sokoto), shirt (bubba), a long flowing pullover type jacket (agbada) and a rounded box-like hat (fila).
    African American couples who chose a more American flare may chose the traditional white bridal gown for the bride and the groom a tuxedo. The traditional color of African royalty is purple, accented with gold. These may be used as accent colors worn by the bridal party.
    An African American Wedding
    When a bride in the United States desires an “African-style wedding,” she may be referring to the tradition of Yoruba. This very spiritual service reflects the depth of the African family by the sharing of gifts and love. The ceremony process may begin about a month before the wedding with a spiritual reading. Elements of the actual ceremony may include a Libation (a prayer with an offering, usually water or liquor offered by an elder). This ritual calls upon and asks God’s blessing and the blessings of ancestral spirits. The groom verbally seeks permission from the bride’s mother to marry her daughter.

    3. Ethnic Chinese Weddings
    On the surface, ethnic Chinese wedding receptions may seem more similar to western weddings, due to the adaptation of western wedding dress and the wedding cake. But that may be the extent of the similarities.
    About a week before the wedding, the family of the groom will go (without the groom) to the house of the bride bringing various gifts that are arranged in red baskets or red boxes or other red containers. Red symbolizes happiness and prosperity for the Chinese. Each basket should be carried by a member of the immediate family of the groom. The contents of the basket determines who should carry each basket.
    The baskets from the groom should all be carried by males. They contain various items, such as fruit in one basket, clothes in another, gold jewelry for the bride in another. Some are gifts from the groom and others are gifts from the family of the groom. Another basket contains ‘uang susu’ (milk money). Depending on the wealth of the family the gifts will be more or less generous.
    The bride. s family then accepts the baskets and takes them off to another room. Then … this is the good part … they sort through the gifts. Normally half of the gifts are placed back in the baskets and returned to the family of the groom. The basket is then returned to the person that brought it and everybody goes home.
    Three days before the wedding, the bride’s family returns the favor and brings red baskets to the groom’s house.These baskets are carried by females of the bride. s immediate family. The baskets normally contain clothes for the groom, shoes and fruit. Basically, things that he would use everyday.
    Some of the baskets contain makeup and personal things for the bride, such as nightgowns. This symbolizes that the groom’s family is accepting her into their house. On her wedding day when she moves in, all of her personal belongings will already be in the groom’s house. Again the gifts are sorted through and about half are returned.
    Different ethnic Chinese groups will have variations on these proceedings, some more strictly adhered to than others. For example, Hokian, Cantonese or Kai have slight variations on these customs. For some, the groom’s family will be invited into the new couple’s bedroom after the bride’s gifts have been received into the house and they will be invited to have a ‘closet inspection’. It is expected that the bride has placed her things neatly in the closets indicating that she will be a good housekeeper.
    On the morning of the wedding day, the groom is symbolically dressed by his parents (helping him put his jacket on and his flower on his lapel). Then the groom and his parents would go to the house of the bride. The wedding couple would serve tea to both sets of parents while kneeling down in front of them. This symbolizes paying their respects as well as asking permission of their parents.
    The bride and groom would then go to the church, together in the same car, for the service. The church service is not really considered that important and only immediate family normally attend. The more important event to attend is the reception.
    After the church service, the newlyweds proceed to a professional photo studio and have their picture taken in 20 different poses so they have something to show their children 20 years later. After the photo session, the newlyweds go on to the reception that is usually a standing only event.
    The reception is run by an MC, usually someone who is hired to do the job and has perhaps met the couple once on a previous occasion to ask them some very informal questions so as he can pretend to know them. The reception begins with a speech of welcome from the MC.
    The speech is followed by cake cutting ceremony. The wedding cake is usually a monstrous size. Normally it is lapis Surabaya (a layer cake) as the layers symbolize a ladder that you can climb up to success. It is also for this reason that some couples will cut the cake from the bottom layer and work their way upwards rather than starting at the top and working their way to the bottom!
    The cutting of the cake is usually the only event at the reception. The bride and groom cut the cake together and then feed the cake to each other with entwined arms, trying not to destroy the bride’s elaborate makeup in the process. Then a piece of the cake would also be cut for each of the parents and grandparents and they too would be fed by the bride and groom holding the cake together.
    After the cake cutting, and sometimes a toast, the guests are invited to shake hands with the newlyweds and their parents on the stage. In all weddings there is some musical entertainment as the attendees line up to shake hands. This could be as simple as a man with a keyboard up to the Jakarta Symphony or Twilite Orchestra. You would also shake hands again when you are going to leave.

    4. wedding culture in Germany
    Engagement rings are worn on the left hand. After the ceremony, the same rings are placed on the right hand. Engagement rings are commonly plain gold bands; rarely, if ever, ‘the big rock’ of a diamond.
    An early wedding tradition involved driving the bride’s furniture to her future home in a cart, with driver and musicians. At the threshold, the bridegroom greets her with a jug of beer; she gave him a pair of shoes, a shirt she spun and wove, and a key to her bridal chest.
    The wedding eve party, called ‘Polterbend’ (rumbling night), is held in which the couple is teased and dishes broken. Friends and family, and even the couple purchase cheap china (unless they already have some.) Only the couple has the privilege to toss the china down the stairs the night before the ceremony. Each guest might bring a special food. This occasion continues until the early hours of the morning and may be followed by a breakfast at the bride’s parents home.
    A wedding contract called ‘Heiratsvertrag’ (previously ‘Fraktur’) is made, a precursor to prenuptial agreements.
    The church where your wedding takes place may be at a different location from the civil wedding. In Northern Germany, when a bridal pair are going to church, it is the custom, before they leave the house, to throw a firebrand on the threshold over which they must pass.
    ‘Roping the couple’ is a tradition in which red ribbons and garlands of flowers are placed across their exit; the bridegroom must buy their ransom with money or the promise of a party.
    It is bad luck to try on someone else’s crown, or take her own off before midnight, when it is replaced by a bonnet. The bridegroom, best man, and bridesmaids then dance around the blindfolded bride. She must catch a bridesmaid (the next to marry). Married women then tie the bridal bonnet on this maid, who must dance with all the bridegroom’s male relatives around three lit candles on the floor. If they are not extinguished by the end of dancing, the marriage will be smooth.
    At the newlywed home, the couple share a bite of bread, symbolizing they never will be short of food. In some regions, the bride is pushed into the kitchen at once, as a housewife, she must first put salt in the soup. A more common tradition among newlyweds involves the groom carrying the bride across the threshold of their home.

    5. native American traditions
    Many Native Americans desire a wedding which reflects their Indian heritage. You must understand where relatives and ancestors may have originated from to plan the wedding reflecting your heritage.
    We have included certain traditions and customs that reflect specific tribes in the United States. Please feel free to contact us with your comments, and any other traditions which you would like us to include.
    Culture and Spirituality
    Native American culture is composed of many tribes, each with distinct traditions and customs. It is difficult to characterize any aspect of a wedding as being “Native American”. Some traditions are common to many tribes, while others are unique.
    Most Native Americans believe that in the universe there exists the Great Spirit – a spiritual force that is the source of all life. The Great Spirit is not pictured as a man in the sky but it is believed to be formless and to exist throughout the universe. The sun is viewed as a manifestation of the power of the Great Spirit.
    Some Native American wedding ceremonies are informal, while others are quite formal. When they were not small and informal, they were solemnized with feasts and merrymaking. Evening is the traditional time for the ceremony to occur.
    Water is used as a symbol of purification and cleansing. The bride and groom have a ceremonial washing of hands to wash away past evils and memories of past loves.
    Music Expression
    Singing is the dominant form of musical expression, with instrumental music serving primarily as rhythmic accompaniment. Native American love songs are often played by men on flutes. Principal instruments have been drums and rattles, flutes and whistles.
    A very powerful musical presentation may be that of a group of men sitting around a large double-headed drum, singing in unison and drumming with sticks.
    Music styles vary from region to region. For example, music in the Great Plains is tense, pulsating, forceful, with a high range and preferably falsetto; in California, it is produced by a relaxed throat.
    Delaware Traditions
    A Delaware Native American girl who reached puberty may have had her union prearranged by her parents. Often a couple just lived together as man and wife. To mark the occasion, there was a simple exchange of jewelry, blankets or a belt of wampum to the girl’s parents. If the parents accepted the gifts the union was sanctioned.
    The young bride would wear a knee-length skirt of deerskin and a band of wampum beads around her forehead. Except for fine beads or shell necklaces, the body would be bare from the waist up. If it were a winter wedding, she would wear deerskin leggings and moccasins and a robe of turkey feathers. Her face would be painted with white, red and yellow clay.

  81. Nerlita Seprilia Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    Nerlita seprilia
    C1L010050

    In this world there are many different cultures, the culture would have different traditions between the one and the other .. This is some strange and unique tradition:

    1.Thaipusam

    Thaipusam is a Hindu festival (celebrated by the majority of Tamils), held in January / February every year to celebrate the birth of Murugan (son of god Shiva and Parvati). Participants shaved head and perform pilgrimage, in the end they were stabbed with a sharp iron through his tongue or cheeks.the goal is to inflict pain as much as possible – the more you stay, the more “thanks” you receive from the gods. This festival is very popular in India, but it is a celebration that took place in Singapore and Malaysia, on a holiday.

    2.Kanamara Matsuri

    Every year in spring, the festival Kanamara Matsuri (The Steel phallus) was held in Kawasaki, Japan. It is a festival of fertility and Shinto as expected, involves a penis statue big elbow. During the festival, people can buy sweets, vegetables, and gifts in the form of phallus. This festival is very popular among prostitutes who think that by taking part will help prevent them from getting sexually transmitted diseases.

    3.Goose Clubbing Festival

    Recently, the annual festival held in Germany where a goose that has been tied to his legs and then tied up and hanged by men and glide like a flying fox. The festival is getting complaints from animal rights activists, and finally hit the festival-goers are now, geese that used previously had been murdered. A very similar event occurred in Spain (surprise surprise) every year, in which a man depends to a swan. Jg goose killed before the show that has been done for 350 years. in Spain is called Antzar Eguna party.

    4.Fiesta de Santa Marta de Ribarteme

    Each year in Las Nieves, Spain, the people who had near-death experience as the previous year gathered to attend the celebration of Mass in St. Martha de Ribarteme, Patron Saint of the resurrection. their experience is placed in a coffin, and brought in the coffin. After that, all the coffin went on a trip to the top of the hill closest to the statue of saint, the patron saint. Although this activity of ‘dark’, but light fireworks and the streets are filled in by sellers of religious items makes the atmosphere does not become dire.

    5.El Colacho

    Skip this baby is a tradition that became part of El Colacho festival, which has been conducted since 1620, though the incidence is uncertain origin. This annual event is connected with the celebration of Corpus Christi day, a Christian holiday held on Thursday between May and late June.
    The festival is organized by the Brotherhood Santísimo Sacramento de Minerva, whose members have two main roles in relation to the festival: they are El Colacho and el Atabalero. El Colacho, which acts as a devil with a red dress, bright yellow and wearing masks, and El Atabalero entourage are dressed in black accompanied by a great drummer.
    Fun and excitement embodied in the town of Castrillo de Murcia without the need of a bull or liquor, such as carnival, known in Spain. They just need a few mattresses, a number of infants, people who dress up like the devil. The villagers believe that the baby is placed on a mattress that is created middle of the road will be skipped by people who dress up like the devil before (Lucifer jumping) will give her baby the wisdom to avoid the influence of Satan.

    6.Hadaka Matsuri

    Hadaka Matsuri is indeed held annually in Japan during late winter in some places in jepang. In large scale celebration of naked male bercawat This may be followed by men from children to grandfathers grandfather … even a gaijin (foreigner designation) were allowed to participate .. In this festival hadaka-otoko (male nude), each divided into several groups and each group numbering about 30 men carrying a long bamboo .. and create chaos with screaming screaming in the street, holding a long bamboo .. brought to the temple to touching Shin otoko (man) that has been selected tight .. they believe it is successfully touched Shin otoko then prayers and hope they will be answered .. so a Shin otoko really have to be prepared physically and mentally because it will be contested by thousands of naked men .. The unique thing of this event is because of this man naked man in the middle of the cold which is still about 10 Celsius.

    7.Goat Tossing Festival

    Spain does have a lot of bizarre festivals such as goat tossing festival. Every year on the fourth Sunday in January, local people from the small town of Manganeses de la Polvorosa goat tossing festival gathered to honor the St. Vincent de Paul, their patron saint. This festival has been going on for so long and no one knows when this dimulai.festival involves a young man who found the goat in the village, the goat was tied, and then climbed to the top of the belfry of the local Church. He then dropped the goats from a height of more than 50 feet where the goat was (hopefully) caught by villagers who held the tarpaulin sheet. Village officials have been banned but still continues. Various institutions have the right to complain about this animal – even if their complaints have also been ignored.

    8.Bonfires Saint John

    The bonfires of Saint John is a festival held in Spain on June 19 to 24. strange festival involving the lighting of bonfires. Local residents share a hot chocolate while watching the bonfires. But then a strange event. The children in the villages and then take turns walking through fire. During a week filled with festivities including fireworks and displays the eighty-six eighty-six women and young girls, chosen is the “beauty” from them and displayed with the beauty of bonfires. For those who have a “beauty” no.satu will lead the festival as a Queen.

    9.Cheese Rolling Festival

    The Cheese Rolling Festival is held each May at Cooper’s Hill, Gloucestershire in England. This festival involves the hooped cheese down a very steep hill, hundreds of people who started to walk down the hill (risk life and limb) to catch the cheese. For children, there is rising competition. Women and men separately in the main race event.

    10.La Tomatina

    Last Wednesday in August every year in the town of Buñol in Valencia region of Spain, 9000 local people and foreign 20000-40000 down in town to throw tomatoes to show mutual respect of the Virgin Mary and Saint Louis Bertrand. This tradition has been around since the 1940s, although it was stopped when under the rule of Franco. The festival began with people trying to climb the pole that had been smeared with bacon fat and a mature catch. After the ham is taken from under the pile, a blast of water is a sign for the participants, and more than 100 tons of tomatoes are dumped on the streets ready to be thrown. Women are expected to wear white clothes and men do not wear t-shirts. Anyone who is caught wearing clothes will definitely disobekkan – including women and especially tourists who tend to be the main target of the local community.

  82. Ivan setia purwadi Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    Believe it or not, here’s a strange sex culture is arguably unique in many parts of the world. Do not try this at home!

    1. Inland Irian Jaya
    Couples who have sex in bushes and forests will provide a sign with the 2 arrows antecedent plug it into the ground with a cross in the vicinity of where they perform Making Love banned which means close to the area, and if there are desperate people approaching it will be at the arrow .

    2. Tulung Great East Java
    Got its own uniqueness, which is when they perform the Making Love style silent as a statue, once passive huh? But he said his silence behind it * sorry massaged her vagina with great pleasure male pairing.

    3. Venice Italy
    Has become a culture of sex is done with anal sex (anal), supposedly said one the goals is to prevent pregnancy, and other reasons he said because of anal sex by a stronger grip. And as has been generally discussed, anal sex is risky because the anus is stored in a variety of infectious germs and viruses.

    4. Bahrain
    A male doctor is properly licensed to examine the woman’s vital organ (vagina), but strictly forbidden to directly examine during the examination! They are only allowed to see it through the mirror.

    5. Lebanon
    Men are allowed ‘to make love or make out’ with the animals! provided that the animal was female. The death penalty is imposed for a man who caught the animal associated with males.

    6. Thrush
    There fulltimer jobs for men to be virgining the girls or take a virgin a girl! who pay them for sex body girl virgin first time with these! Because according to the law in Guam, the woman who was a virgin or virgin forbidden to marry.

    7. Hongkong
    be fork betrayed wife or husband legally kill an affair. But only by using his bare hands while women may be murdered mistress in any way.

    8. Cali, Colombia
    Women are only allowed to have intercourse with her husband, and on the first night during sex is done the mother of the woman should be in the room to watch the sex scenes.

    9. Tokyo, Japan
    Found a videotape recorded at a college in Tokyo, allowing senior students perform hazing on the new student with the rape and mass rape, naked and told to run around the field campus.

  83. wanodya gusti reni laksmita Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    Wanodya Gusti Reni Laksmita
    C1L010033

    Question : search some cultural differences that may influence business communication.
    Answer :

    1. Business Card Etiquette in Japan

    Exchanging business cards is an important part of most cultures. In most Asian countries, after a person has introduced himself and bowed, the business card ceremony begins. In Japan, this is called meishi. This card is presented to others with the front side facing up to the receiver. Offers card with both hands holding the corner of the card to show respect to others.

    Business cards are much more in Asian culture than it is for us here in America. This is really an extension of the individual and is treated with respect. Such things slipped into the pocket after receiving it, write on it, bent or folded in any way, or even see again after you first receive it and view it not considered polite and can insult your fellow Asian networker
    .

    2. Bowing in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan
    Bows are the traditional greeting in East Asia, particularly in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. However, bowing is not reserved only for greetings. Bowing is a gesture of respect. Different bows are used for apologies and gratitude, to express different emotions, humility, sincerity, remorse, or deference, and in various traditional arts and religious ceremonies. Bowing has been a way to show respect to people for a long time in East Asia.
    Basic bows originate at the waist and are performed with the back straight and the hands at the sides (for men) or clasped in front (for women), and with the eyes down. Generally, the longer and deeper the bow, the stronger the emotion or the greater the difference in social standing.
    Bows can be generally divided into three main types: informal, formal, and very formal. Informal bows are made at about a fifteen degree angle and more formal bows at about thirty degrees. Very formal bows are deeper. In extreme cases a kneeling bow is performed, which may be so deep that the forehead touches the floor. There is an extremely complex etiquette surrounding bowing, including the length and depth of bow, and the appropriate response. For example, if the other person maintains his or her bow for longer than expected (generally about two or three seconds), it is polite to bow again, upon which one may receive another bow in return, often leading to an exchange of progressively lighter bows.

  84. NUR WIDI NINGSIH C1L009032 Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    cultural difference that may influence business communication

    in Korean culture as younger people when visiting the house of a grandmother or parent, should be greeted with a way of prostrating.

    That was but in mosleem Because there is’ can not prohibit or have to to prostrating except prostrating to Allah SWT.

    in the papua when we hit a dead pig by car .so we must compensate all of pig’s cost life even when we kill pig, we can be killed by pig owner. because pig are more worthy than their child.

  85. DHANI SUBIANTORO (C1L010059) Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    In European countries, while celebrating Christmas always includes a traditional dish from turkey. But as the development of the era, the tradition of celebrating Christmas began to change, according to taste and community conditions. Now, not only the turkey is served, but each country has different traditions.

    Australia

    In contrast to Europe that has been described in conjunction with winter Christmas, Christmas in Australia occurred during the summer. No wonder if society has always celebrated Christmas with a variety of outdoor activities. Games cricket and rowing boat race from Sydney to Hobart is the second major sporting event held every Christmas.

    Like most Christmas traditions in other countries, Australian society is also often held a banquet with friends or relatives. They serve barbecue for lunch, with the material in the form of beef, shrimp or chicken. For dessert do not miss there’s always ice cream or sorbet.

    Czech Republic

    While in this country at the height of the Christmas celebration there to provide traditional foods such as fish soup, egg salad and crab. Czech society has a unique tradition, as he sat at the dinner table each adult guest who sat at the round table should bring a partner. If not, then he must be “killed” on the celebration of Christmas. but not necessarily really killed but is a trick so that for the single soon have a partner.

    Venezuela

    In Venezuela the kids get Christmas presents on January 6, namely the celebration of the three Magi. Before bed, the children put straw for the camels of the Magi, and in the morning they will find the gift of the Magi. 

    Finland

    Peak Christmas party in this country is at dinner. Dish that is served is usually a casserole macaroni, rutabaga, carrots and potatoes mixed with ham or turkey and then placed in a large tray. The next day, then the families in Finland pray to the ancestral grave, then visiting relatives house.

    Germany

    Roast duck is the favorite food the Germans at Christmas. Served with potato, cabbage and parsnip leaves (a kind of tuber shaped like a carrot but white radish). 

    Italy

    Lunch during the celebration of Christmas is the most fun party. At the banquet table is available at least seven types of traditional foods, such as antipasto, pasta, grilled meats, two salads, two sweet puddings, some kinds of cheese, various fruit, brandy and chocolate.

    Sweden

    In Sweden celebrate Christmas with always serve various kinds of shellfish dishes, processed pork, herring are served raw or baked, caviar (fish eggs), various cheeses and brown beans.

    Mexico

    Mexican community celebrates Christmas by holding a festival for nine days. In every house will look the dolls out of clay that was hung on a roof. Pinata, as this doll, which includes candy and Christmas gifts that interesting. Every guest who comes to say good-natal right to choose a doll to be solved and the prize in it will be his.

    Portugal

    In this country used to celebrate Christmas with a special serving Codfish (a type of sea fish that contain lots of oil) are boiled together with potatoes and then eat at night rollicking Christmas.

    America

    In a traditional Christmas feast of American society, people would rather serve goose or turkey meat roasted with a variety of boiled vegetables and salads. If a banquet held during the day, squash or drinks made from orange juice never miss. Pumpkin pie was served for dessert.

    Ireland

    On Christmas night in Ireland, the youngest child in the family will light candles and put on the biggest window. Candles will be left on all night to light the way for people looking for shelter, as Mary and Joseph on the first Christmas.

  86. Wildan Mujadid Zuhdi C1L009028 Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 7:40 pm

    Question : search some cultural differences that may influence business communication.

    Answer

    Arab
    In Arabic Arabs write using Arabic script. Arabic script has its own uniqueness. Arabic script has a long and short tones. Each tone had a different meaning. In addition, if we read the Arabic script, we read from right to left.

    Indonesia
    In Indonesia has a lot of writing, one of which is writing “Aksara Jawa”. “Aksara Jawa” is very unique, and has a history. Not all Indonesian people to understand with “Aksara Jawa”, because it has a different writing, and have different meanings as well.

  87. M.NOOR FAHMI. Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    Name : M.Noor Fahmi
    NIM : C1L010013

    Eat Procedures Countries

    This world has so many diverse cultures. Especially if it is an integral part of the continent, even though neighboring countries, ways and traditions they could have departed belakang.Berkaitan with it, how to eat in every state that has the outline of the continents were separated by certainly different and diverse. Here’s his explanation.

    ARAB

    You will not find a spoon and fork at the dining tables of the Arabs, because the pleasure they prefer to eat by hand. Also they like to eat busy-busy in one place, for example rice container placed in a rather large and of this container they eat berjamah. In addition to rice are also in the pile of meat, meat goat and camel can. Arab food is mostly made of meat and a kind of bread that looks bulat.Salah one another habit is to eat while talking, even if the meal is finished, continue. And also each finished eating excessive food. Take foods that are closest to you, if you want to take food which was situated some distance away, so excuse me in advance, because it’s big and long dining table.

    JAPAN

    Japanese cuisine is known by the nickname of the healthies food in the world. Not only that, the type of foods and cooking techniques are very varied. As robatayaki, a very traditional cooking techniques, that is by grilling food over the coals of fire. Also tepanyaki, which in the Indonesian language means an iron grill, is offered in many Japanese restaurants. Raw foods are also cooked by a chef with a direct action in public. Usually in orang2 Japanese eat with chopsticks and bowls. Even foods that are difficult sometimes for the subscription with their sendokpun still use chopsticks. besides, when they eat, they do not dudu k chair or Lesbian but like KNEES and underline bantal.kalau eat soup and other foods must diseruput berkuah, can not continue to pour sauce on rice and using 2 pairs of chopsticks to pick one side dish (usually not 2 people deliberately take the same side dishes)

    EUROPE

    The main MENU European style synonymous with the use of sauce and pasta. In England, the way we eat must be in accordance with table manner. If not, we will be branded as someone who knows less polite. much like orang2 in ameerika, they were also kebanyakanmakan use knives and forks. Start snacks as an opening up to dessert, which can serve six types of menus or even more. Many dishes can be served, starting abalone (shellfish), shrimp, until risotto typical European-style main Italia.Hidangan usually about the same. The average use sauce, beef, or various raw materials from the sea, says chef specialist European menu, Wijaya Gunawan.
    European-style main dishes are usually well adapted to the themes and events to be held.
    European-style main menu of the most popular is the use of sauce, pasta, or materials such as bacon and potatoes. European-style main menu is also served with a glass of champagne or wine.

    INDONESIA

    For some Javanese society that still respects tradition, eating is a daily activity which may tiddak regardless of manners and rules of Javanese culture. Every movement, speech and behavior must take precedence .* When a meal begins, young people have to wait for older people, either to take the rice or to start makan.Bila take rice or side dishes should be taking in a considerable portion, if less bartu added again . not to leave residual makananOrang Indonesia / Javanese living in a tropical climate that many get hot so they are more relaxed in a way that enjoyed eating and slowly so that more enjoy enjoy cooking with their bare hands without tools.

    CHINA

    HISTORY Chinese culinary length was also applies to procedures that have been feeding thousands of years old. The procedure for developing China’s food today comes from the Zhou Dynasty in the 11th century. Tata empire-style way of eating is then developed differently in each region of China. First, differences in feeding procedure depends on the social strata that are divided into groups of nobles, officials, merchants, commoners. Now the procedure is generally eat only 2 kinds, namely host and guest. eating in china ordinances like Japan, there are few other perbedaanantara like:
    - Seats are usually placed at the main entrance facing east.
    Ethnic Chinese, also have a habit of toast. But the toast was not done simultaneously but sequentially starting from the guest of honor, followed by sitting next to him, until the last seat.
    -When the meal begins, one must keep eating to keep it polite manner. Young people have to wait for the older people say, Let’s eat, to start eating.
    -Rule in holding the bowl, your thumb should be on the edge of the bowl near the mouth.

    UNITED STATES

    Post-World War II, the United States as the winner of culture war apply eat new food. Work schedules are made as efficiently as possible by the United namely one hour lunch break system. Their Latin civilization thousands of years old that have been taught that eating is a ritual that Sacré. After a full main meal, it takes time relaxing over a cup of coffee. Here we have called down the rice before you continue working. This takes at least 2 jam.Tahun the 1980s, at the time of outlets McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and others started its expansion from the U.S. to various countries in the world offering fast food. Can not be denied that the U.S. fast food is a gastronomic culture. Burger, hot dog food and even pizza are native Europeans who had also immigrated to America, after the voyage of Christopher Columbus. Now they spread around the world, including the return to Europe with another face, that face the United States fast food style. usually they eat using a knife and fork.

  88. Dicky Wijaya Halim Says:
    March 30th, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    DICKY WIJAYA HALIM
    C1L010040

    INDIA’s marriage:
    For centuries, arranged marriages have been the tradition in Indian society. Even today, the vast majority of Indians have their marriages planned by their parents and other respected family-members, with the consent of the bride and groom. They also demand dowry, which has been outlawed by the Indian government, but Indian society and culture still promotes and maintains it. They get around by not letting the authorities know the arrangements of money. Arranged matches are made after taking into account factors such as age, height, personal values and tastes, the backgrounds of their families (wealth, social standing), their castes and the astrological compatibility of the couples’ horoscopes.
    In India, the marriage is thought to be for life, and the divorce rate is extremely low — 1.1% compared with about 50% in the United States. The arranged marriages generally have a much lower divorce rate. The divorce rates have risen significantly in recent years.

    SINGAPORE’s religion:
    Singapore is a multi-religious country, the roots of which can be traced to its strategic location; after its declaration as a port, a wide variety of nationalities and ethnicities from places as far as Arabia immigrated to Singapore. More than 40% of the Singaporeans adhere to Buddhism, the main faith of the Chinese population of Singapore. Other Chinese are followers of Taoism, Confucianism, and Christianity. Christians constitute about 14% of the population of Singapore. Most Malays are Muslims, who constitute about 15% of the population, while most Indians are Hindus, constituting 7%. There is also a sizable number of Muslims and Sikhs in the Indian population. As a result of this diversity, there are a large number of religious buildings including Hindu temples, churches and mosques, some of which have great historical significance. There are also some Sikh temples and Jewish synagogues. These interesting buildings often became prominent architectural landmarks in cosmopolitan Singapore. In addition, about 14% of Singaporeans do not belong to any religion and consider themselves as free-thinkers.

    THAILAND’s marriage:
    Thai marriage ceremonies between Buddhists are generally divided into two parts: a Buddhist component, which includes the recitation of prayers and the offering of food and other gifts to monks and images of the Buddha, and a non-Buddhist component rooted in folk traditions, which centers on the couple’s family.
    In former times, it was unknown for Buddhist monks to be present at any stage of the marriage ceremony itself. As monks were required to attend to the dead during funerals, their presence at a marriage (which was associated with fertility, and intended to produce children) was considered a bad omen. A couple would seek a blessing from their local temple before or after being married, and might consult a monk for astrological advice in setting an auspicious date for the wedding. The non-Buddhist portions of the wedding would take place away from the temple, and would often take place on a separate day.
    In modern times, these prohibitions have been significantly relaxed. It is not uncommon for a visit to a temple to be made on the same day as the non-Buddhist portions of a wedding, or even for the wedding to take place within the temple. While a division is still commonly observed between the “religious” and “secular” portions of a wedding service, it may be as simple as the monks present for the Buddhist ceremony departing to take lunch once their role is complete.
    During the Buddhist component of the wedding service, the couple first bow before the image of the Buddha. They then recite certain basic Buddhist prayers or chants (typically including taking the Three Refuges and the Five Precepts), and light incense and candles before the image. The parents of the couple may then be called upon to ‘connect’ them, by placing upon the heads of the bride and groom twin loops of string or thread that link the couple together. The couple may then make offerings of food, flowers, and medicine to the monks present. Cash gifts (usually placed in an envelope) may also be presented to the temple at this time.
    The monks may then unwind a small length of thread that is held between the hands of the assembled monks. They begin a series of recitations of Pali scriptures intended to bring merit and blessings to the new couple. The string terminates with the lead monk, who may connect it to a container of water that will be ‘sanctified’ for the ceremony. Merit is said to travel through the string and be conveyed to the water; a similar arrangement is used to transfer merit to the dead at a funeral, further evidence of the weakening of the taboo on mixing funerary imagery and trappings with marriage ceremonies. Blessed water may be mixed with wax drippings from a candle lit before the Buddha image and other unguents and herbs to create a ‘paste’ that is then applied to the foreheads of the bride and groom to create a small ‘dot’, similar to the marking sometimes made with red ochre on Hindu devotees. The bride’s mark is created with the butt end of the candle rather than the monk’s thumb, in keeping with the Vinaya prohibition against touching women.
    The highest-ranking monk present may elect to say a few words to the couple, offering advice or encouragement. The couple may then make offerings of food to the monks, at which point the Buddhist portion of the ceremony is concluded.
    The Thai dowry system is known as the ‘Sin Sodt’. Traditionally, the groom will be expected to pay a sum of money to the family, to compensate them and to demonstrate that the groom is financially capable of taking care of their daughter. Sometimes, this sum is purely symbolic, and will be returned to the bride and groom after the wedding has taken place.
    The religious component of marriage ceremonies between Thai Muslims are markedly different from that described above. The Imam of the local mosque, the groom, the father of the bride, men in the immediate family and important men in the community sit in a circle during the ceremony, conducted by the Imam. All the women, including the bride, sit in a separate room and do not have any direct participation in the ceremony. The secular component of the ceremony, however, is often nearly identical to the secular part of Thai Buddhist wedding ceremonies. The only notable difference here is the type of meat served to guests (goat and/or beef instead of pork). Thai Muslims frequently, though not always, also follow the conventions of the Thai dowry system.

    BURMA’s marriage:
    Traditional Burmese folklore considers love to be destiny, as the Hindu god Brahma writes one’s destiny in love on a child’s brow when he or she is six days old, called na hpuza (“destiny on the forehead”). A Burmese wedding can be religious or secular and extravagant or simple. Traditionally, a marriage is recognized with or without a ceremony when the man’s longyi (sarong) is seen hanging from a rail of the house or if the couple eats from the same plate. Dowries are typically unheard of, and arranged marriage is not a custom of the Burmese.
    However, many Burmese couples opt for more extravagant affairs. Generally speaking, Buddhist monks are not present to conduct the wedding and solemnize the marriage, as they are forbidden to officiate a marriage. However, they may be invited to bless the newly wed couple. A more extravagant wedding requires months of preparation, including consultation with an astrologer in choosing the most auspicious time and setting of the event. Also, a master of ceremonies, typically a brahmin, is hired to preside over the ceremony. The bride and groom sit on cushions next to each other. At the beginning of the wedding, the Brahmin blows a conch shell to commence the ceremony and joins the palms of the couple, wraps them in white cloth, and dips the joined palms in a silver bowl. The Burmese word “to marry” is let htat, which literally means “to join palms together”. After chanting a few Sanskrit mantras, the brahmin takes the couple’s joined palms out of the bowl and blows the conch shell to end the ceremony. Afterward, entertainers perform, and the wedding is ended with a speech by a guest of higher social standing. Wedding receptions at a hotel, serving tea and ice cream, are common in urban areas. mohinga is also served with stuff that is crunchy like biscuits, sometimes Chinese bread (long stick) and fish meat. Corriander is also included to add a nicer smell.

    VIETNAM’s marriage:
    In the past, both men and women were expected to be married at young ages. Marriages were generally arranged by the parents and extended family, with the children having limited say in the matter.
    In modern Vietnam, this has changed as people choose their own marriage partners based on love and in consideration primarily to their own needs and wants.
    The traditional Vietnamese wedding is one of the most important of traditional Vietnamese occasions. Regardless of Westernization, many of the age-old customs practiced in a traditional Vietnamese wedding continue to be celebrated by both Vietnamese in Vietnam and overseas, often combining both Western and Eastern elements.
    Depending on the tradition of specific ethnic groups, marriage includes various steps and related procedures, but generally there are two main ceremonies:
    Lễ Ǎn Hỏi (betrothal ceremony): Some time before the wedding, the groom and his family visit the bride and her family with round lacquered boxes known as betrothal presents. The quantity of boxes must be an odd number. The presents include areca nuts, betel leaves, tea, cake, fruits, wine, other various delicacies and money. The presents are covered with red paper or cloth, and they are carried by unmarried girls or boys. Both families agree to pick a good date for the wedding.
    Lễ Cưới (wedding ceremony): On the wedding day, the groom’s family and relatives go to the bride’s house to ask permission to for the groom to marry and take his bride to his house. Guests would be invited to come and celebrate the couple’s marriage. The couple pray before the altar asking their ancestors for permission for their marriage, then to express their gratitude to both groom’s and bride’s parents for raising and protecting them.

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    SPAIN
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    Spain is a very equalitarian society, the birth rate is the one of the lowest in Europe, and women are present at university and work.

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    Dress cultural differences in Asian countries

    The fascinating culture and exotic location of Asia has captured hearts and enthralled people to visit and for most, live in Asia. As interesting and mysterious as their lifestyle, nation and culture, the people in Asia are represented by various types of costume which represent their each uniqueness and individuality, with a distinct touch of their respective country and inheritance. The Asian dress, a symbol of eastern culture of traditionalism, distinctiveness and eastern knowledge and mystery, it is devoid of any commercialism and exudes and aura of strength and power. It belies the essence of human triumph in a continent full of conflict and drama.

    The Asian dress is characterized by its simplicity but designed with subtle elegance and unique patterns, minus the chaotic grandiose of layers of lace and fluffiness associated with the European royal courts and traditional costumed. Its lines are sleek and are made with fabrics of silk or cotton for daily practicability and use. It is usually floor-length and has long sleeves which impart the culture of conservatism and traditionalism. Influenced mainly by the Chinese fashions, similarities can be found with each Asian dress with their design and form even with the distinct design from each nation.

    Chinese Dress (Cheongsam) and Vietnamese Dress (Ao Dai)

    For instance, the cheongsam of China and the ao dai of Vietnam have similarities with the Long-sleeved, high-collared necklines and side-slits worn over long skirts or trousers or cotton pants whether loosely worn or tied at the ankles. Each may have different distinctions in their design, style, material and colors but both types of costumes clearly show that one way it is influenced by another country which is close in region or through conquests of their nation in ancient times.

    Japanese Dress (Kimono) and Korean Dress (Hanbok)

    The hanbok of Korea and kimono of Japan are differentiated by the structure and design of their costumes. The hanbok is composed of a loose, long-sleeved jacket-like blouse tied just below the breast-line while the kimono is a loose, long-sleeved dress tied at the waist with a long, wide sash called the Obi. The Hanbok may be full-skirted or not, while the kimono is more of like a straight dress, with only the obi tied at the waist which emphasized the curves of the Japanese woman’s body. But both are v-necked in design, belted at the waist-line and are created with colorful designs with matching head dresses or long pins for their hair. Layered with silk or cotton for comfort and protection from the weather, but both are elegant yet simple in nature, fit for the fair-skinned, gentle and powerful people of the northern part of Asia.

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    Cultural differences that may influence business communication.

    1.In westerns every couple can have intercourse before marriage and had no problem but if in Indonesia where there are people who have intercourse before marriage is a disgraceful act and will get a social sanction.

    2.Maybe in Indonesia patted the buttocks of a man is not nothing but reply in Arabic it is considered as an insult

    3.if in bali the people should not eat beef, while Nyepi day there should be no flame
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    4.Di raising your legs on the table are common, at the age of 17 years of a child is dependent not independent of his parents.

    5.di Japanese culture to eat raw meat there

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    1. Japan
    in Japan are Japanese tea ceremony, called the Way of Tea
    Almost all the places where the implements for making and serving tea can be determined, and where the host can make tea before guests sit down, can be used as a place to drink tea.
    A celebrant of the tea ceremony held chasen (bamboo brush) that is used to stir and mix the tea.
    2. Korea
    Koera when people get a prize will be received with pleasure. But gifts are not opened directly in front of guests. In Korea the best gift for men is the wine. Do not give cigarettes to Korean society. Do not give wine to Korean women. Unless you explain that wine is for her husband.
    3. England
    when there is no bargain shop because it was so bad for British citizens
    4. China
    Chinese people usually give gifts to others, not nearly did not consider the special moment. so you have to take “small gift” wherever you go, because you do not know who you’ll meet.
    5. Russia
    Russia has some traditions, such as drinking liquor. But that does not mean that all citizens are addicted to alcohol. The Russians just drink when celebrating.

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    1. in Japan: junk food scraps are saved into a pants pocket or put in a bag, and then discarded after nemu trash.
    Indo: with a face without sin, junk food scraps thrown away under the bench / thrown out the window

    2.saudi arabia: passengers are seated in the shaft leading to scramble.
    Indo: look for a place of pilgrims scramble PW (Wuenak position) on the back near the wall can let the fans leaning on the heat & let not sleep soundly.

    3.USA:When damaged goods electronic. Direct trashed or recycled.
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    1. In U.S.A
    People in America like to decorate the outsides of their houses with lights and sometimes even statues of Santa Claus, Snowmen and Reindeer. In New England (the American States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine), there are shops called ‘Christmas Shops’ that only sell Christmas decorations and toys all the year round!
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    . Business dress is understated, formal and conservative.
    . Men should wear dark coloured, conservative business suits.
    . Women should wear either business suits or conservative dresses.
    . Do not wear ostentatious jewellery or accessories.
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    1.Sati is the practice of funeral culture among some Hindu communities in which a newly widowed woman would voluntarily or by using violence and coercion to sacrifice himself on a pile of wood burnt her husband’s funeral. This practice is now rare and abandoned in modern India.
    2.In the city of Gujarat India, on the occasion of Makar Sankranti, hundreds of Hindu followers stood in long queues to offer crab as an offering to Lord Shiva at the temple of God in mid-January. Offers crab has become the age-old ritual and the people believe that their wishes will be met by offering crab at Shiv temple Ramnath Ghela.
    3.Another Hindu tradition and a very strange is the practice of burying children with disabilities to live up to their necks for six hours when the solar eclipse for about six hours; Hindus say that they do this practice to eliminate adverse effects caused by solar eclipse.
    4. Egypt
    Friday is a holiday for the people of Egypt. So Friday night is a time to have fun and hanging out with friends. In Egypt, friday night is the same with Saturday night in Indonesia. The situation of friday night in Egypt is the same with saturday night in Indonesia, the teenagers, the couple, father & mother and children are gathering in the street, tourist resort, and maybe just to chat.
    5. Italy
    When someone sneezes in Italy, then people will say “Saerwei” to the person which means “hopefully in good health.” The main reason is the Europeans are very afraid of the flu. In Europe, the deadly flu that kill many peoples ever happened. So when sneezing or coughing should immediately apologize because it is impolite.

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  1434. events in lansing Says:
    April 24th, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    I’m not confident exactly wher