This analysis will increase cultural awareness through the understanding of culture norms and values of Kazakhstan and its people. The Central Asian country borders China, and Russia, amongst other poor countries, is filled with grand culture and folklore. Gaining a vast understanding of the countries different dialects, people, religions, food, and traditions; to name a few. First, discovering the true meaning of culture, what does it mean? What are culture differences between two different cultures living in America, and why is tradition important in Culture? Then, we categorize the five characteristics of culture, and why each is so important. Moreover, Kazakhstan’s cultural information, demographics, geographic, and society norms; what’s taboo to us, is socially acceptable to the Kazakhs. Finally, regional affairs that affect Kazakhstan and bordering countries; detrimental to the country’s economy, and allied gri...
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