World of Temasek. Focus on the Docks, the Market and the Forbidden. The description of the religion places in the cities before 1819. World of Temasek/The people. Description of different people and religions in Singapore before 1819. Different races in Singapore. Facts and Statistics Location: Southeastern Asia, islands between Malaysia and Indonesia Capital: Singapore Population: 4,353,893 (July 2004 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Chinese 76.7%, Malay 14%, Indian 7.9%, other 1.4% Religions: Buddhist (Chinese), Muslim (Malays), Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist, Confucianist The Language Singapore has attempted to promote a national identity in its land of immigrants since its independence in 1965.
Singapore Society & Culture The Family . Face & Respect . Hierarchy . Ethnic Diversity . Non-Verbal Communication . Etiquette and Customs in Singapore Meeting and Greeting . Titles/Names Chinese . Malay . Indian . Gift Giving Etiquette Since there are cultural differences in how the three main ethnic groups treat gifts, they are listed separately. Gift giving to ethnic Chinese: . Gift giving to ethnic Malays: . Gift giving to ethnic Indians: . Business Etiquette and Protocol . Building Relationships & Communication . Business Meeting Etiquette . Negotiating . Business Cards .
Description of different races, names and the gifts thet others give. FCPAncientHistoryTrail. Gold armlet found at fort canning park. The description of the gold armlet. Singapore economy | Singapore economic history | Singapore culture. Detail of a glazed ceramic mural at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Singapore. Established just over one hundred years ago, the organization has a membership of 4000 local ethnic Chinese enterprises. An alleyway. A group of Chinese stand outside a store on an impeccably paved street, selling fresh dim sums. On the opposite side, an Indian hotel sports a shiny sign, its name displayed proudly in English and Tamil. Two women dressed in typical Malaysian headscarves walk down the small street and emerge onto the main road, which offers a view of the splendid skyline of modern Singapore.
History Confluence of cultures The island of Singapore was a part of the Javanese Sri Vijaya Empire and originally had the name Temasek or Sea Town. Trading outpost to the British Historical growth: It was only in the 19th century with the coming of the British that Singapore regained its prominence as a trading post. Singapore became the export center for rubber by the end of 19th century.
Culture Economy. Look at the culture and religion before 1819. Description of the religion between Singapore and other countries.