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Continent of Asia

In our voluntary efforts as the ambassadors of world peace, unity, and reconciliation; we bring you a summarized coverage of incredible global cultures across regions and continents as our primary task, Vision-2036.

Has anyone ever imagined the cultures of Asia?

The tremendously blessed Asian continent is divided into five physiographic regions: Northern Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, West Asia, and Central Asia; as well as North Asia which is somehow considered to be another region, encompassing Siberia (of Russia).

Today, almost 93% of Asia’s inhabitants are Muslim and are characterized by political Islam; however, there is also a percentage of Christian traditions. However, most Asian cultures are predominantly collective. In collective cultures, individuals are seen as embedded within their group identity, and the notion of a separate, autonomous self is deemphasized. One of the most distinctive cultural features of Asia includes Islamic traditions. Some countries in the region also share language roots (both verbal and written), and their cuisines are somehow similar.

Countries like China, Japan, North Korea, and South Korea, all have their own distinct cultures. But they do have a few things in common: their strong sense of hierarchy, their respect for authority, and conventions about how to behave in public. Asia’s rich history, vast population, and diverse cultures make it a captivating area of study. Its growing economic power and influence also make it an important pathway to employment.

Their cultural traditions such as respect for fellow human beings that is conducive to sustaining democracy, tolerance, broadmindedness that rejects racism and militant extremism, and love of nature that contributes to the protection of the environment. Indeed; there’s a lot of rich history the rest of the world can learn from the people of this region.

Some countries like Russia and other surrounding countries in Northern Asia have a long and rich cultural history, steeped in literature, ballet, painting, and classical music; it has a very visual cultural past, from its colorful folk costumes to its ornate religious symbols. There is a growing population that does not know at all nor has less information on the continent’s history, Cultures, and values which is our task in the cross-cultural voluntary initiatives. We trust that through Cultural Tourism and inter-cultural initiatives of Global Community Transformation, the world has a lot of unique history to learn from each other.

This is a sacrificial voluntary responsibility for everyone anywhere in the world, to contribute towards peace-building and harmony in adapting to the world of Diversity. Should you, therefore, be interested in partnering with Global Community Transformation to further World Vision-2036, or do you want to work with GCT in your country?

Please send us your email using any of our official contacts, and our staff members will get back to you within a few days.

Your participation is highly treasured!