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Q: Is Chinese culture similar to Malaysian culture?

8 years 46 weeks ago in  Culture - Lanzhou

 
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No, it isn't.

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is different 180 degree , maybe 10 year later china will influnce

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I have no idea what you guys are talking about due to bad English and lack of information. If you are going to answer at least back it up with an example. As far as I am aware eating habits are the same in both countries. Why should the rest be different?

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I dont know too much about ancient times but like most asian countries much of the more recent culture is infuenced by religion, so Malaysia being an Islamic country has many differences. Of course they have a huge ethnic Chinese community and so their culture is very similar to their close neighbours in Southern China. They were at the crossroads of Asian trade and so also have a fairly large Indian population. In more recent times again the influence of British colonisation had a huge impact on Malaysia but much less on China. At present the fact that China is communist and Malaysia is a so called Democracy, but is also semi governed by individual states that are still like semi sultanites and some are almost islamic states. So for those who are as shallow in their knowledge of the world that they base their answers on how people eat, or probably also believe that all Asians look the same so there must be little difference. But the answer is that while here are similarities there are great differences between the two cultures.

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No.

Japanese, Korean and Chinese share much similar culture.

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No, not really. I think Malaysian people are more easygoing and fun-loving, more independent as well.. Laughing out loud

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Now or Never!;rn"Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds.''rn ------Frankling D. RooseveltrnIt's My Life=)

 
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Most Chinese are Muslim where I am. I was asking a valid question one that still hasn't been answered. In what way is it different? I do however and as always disagree with Wenna who is one of the many Chinese people that think other Asians are retard Chinese people. I know for a fact that Japanese and Chinese culture are worlds apart. In fact I'm sure China would be a better place if it were more like Japan.

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