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ASEAN: Cultural Diversity Hugh Fox III, Ph.D. foxhugh@yahoo.com 1:30-2:30 pm, March 30, 2012, ASEAN Study Camp, Burapha International College http://foxhugh.wordpress.com/2012/03/23/asean-cultural-diverstiy/ ASEAN Cultural Heritage Site Quiz Write Down the Tourist Site Next to the Nations name! 1) Brunei Darussalam 6) Myanmar 2) Cambodia 7) Philippines 3) Indonesia 8) Singapore 4) Laos 9) Thailand 5) Malaysia 10) Vietnam 11) What are the three doors? 12) When was ASEAN founded? 13) How many memb
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  ASEAN: Cultural Diversity Hugh Fox III, Ph.D.foxhugh@yahoo.com1:30-2:30 pm, March 30, 2012, ASEAN Study Camp, Burapha International Collegehttp://foxhugh.wordpress.com/2012/03/23/asean-cultural-diverstiy/ ASEAN Cultural Heritage Site Quiz Write Down the Tourist Site Next to the Nations name!1) Brunei Darussalam -2) Cambodia -3) Indonesia -4) Laos -5) Malaysia -6) Myanmar -7) Philippines -8) Singapore -9) Thailand -10) Vietnam -11) What are the three doors?12) When was ASEAN founded?13) How many member states?14) What can young people do?15) What does the ASEAN logo symbolize? 1.0) ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information (COCI) 1.1) Cultural Industry1.2) Sustain Cultural Heritage1.3) Cultural Tourism1.4) Diffusion of cultural knowledge about ASEAN within ASEAN via media and education 2.0) The Challenge of Ethnic Diversity 2.1) SE Asia has more ethnic groups than any other part of the world2.2) National borders were created during the colonial period without regard to ethnic groups2.3) Thus, many ethnic groups exist in more than one ASEAN nation 3.0) The Challenge of Linguistic Diversity 3.1) There is a huge level of linguistic diversity within all ASEAN nations3.2) Thus, there is an agreed upon need for upgrading English instruction so English can act asa common ASEAN language.3.3) There is a need for language experts that know the languages of other ASEAN countries inaddition to English. 4.0) The Challenge of Religious Diversity 4.1) ASEAN has a tremendous level of religious diversity.4.2) The global rise of radical Islam will pose a challenge to ASEAN security.  5.0)   Cultural Diversity in ASEAN: A Nation by Nation Analysis 5.1) Singapore may be a model for SE Asian multiculturalism.5.2) Myanmar has serious ethnic problems. 6.0) ASEAN Multiculturalism vs. European Union (EU) and the United States 6.1) The European Union rose out of the destruction of WW II in order to prevent another greatEuropean Conflict. Cultural diversity is not as great in the EU as in SE Asia. A commonEuropean cultural identity existed before the creation of the EU. Exclusion of Turkey from theEU is largely on cultural rather than economic grounds. Issues of cultural industry and culturaltourism are important but not as important as in ASEAN.6.2) Multiculturalism in the United States arose out of the Civil Right Movement of the 1960’s.Almost no emphasis on cultural industry and cultural tourism. Minority culture is diffused viaeducation for conflict resolution not economic reasons.6.3) ASEAN puts a greater emphasis on cultural industry and cultural tourism than the EU andthe United States.Quiz Answers1) Brunei Darussalam - Sultan Omar AliSaifuddin Mosque2) Cambodia – Angkor Wat3) Indonesia - Yogyakarta4) Laos – Luang Prabang Temple5) Malaysia - Petronas Twin Towers6) Myanmar - Shwedagon Pagoda7) Philippines – Manila Cathedral8) Singapore - Merlion9) Thailand – Jade Buddha Temple10) Vietnam –    Halong Bay11) What are the three doors? Peace, prosperity, people12) When was ASEAN founded? 196713) How many member states? Ten14) What can young people do? Make ASEAN friends, learn ASEAN language, learn ASEANregional history, and be proud of their identity as an ASEAN citizen.15) The New ASEAN logo represents a stable, peaceful, united and dynamic ASEAN. Thecolors of the emblem -- blue, red, white and yellow -- represent the main colors of the crests of all the ASEAN countries. The blue represents peace and stability. Red depicts courage anddynamism. White shows purity and yellow symbolizes prosperity. The ten rice stalks representthe dream of ASEAN's Founding Fathers for an ASEAN comprising all the ten countries inSoutheast Asia bound together in friendship and solidarity. The circle represents the unity of ASEAN.
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