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Bangladesh

According to a *paper published for South Asian Antropoligists, about 64.5% of all Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia are younger than 35 years of age, 68.5% of them have basic education. In addition, 98.5% of Bangladeshi workers are able to converse in Bahasa Malaysia. Bangladeshi values hierarchy, placing the right hand over the heart after a handshake is an indication of respect. In same-sex conversation, touching is common and individual may stand or sit very close. The close individuals are in terms of status, the closer their spatial interaction is.
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India

Based on the recruitment terms and conditions of foreign workers imposed by Immigration Department of Malaysia, Indian foreign workers are approved to work in construction, services, agriculture and plantation sectors only. Hierarchy is an important part of Indian culture, starting from their families, they believe in paying respects to those who are older than them. Indian workers hold their job in high regards, most of them consider job as their first priority as they hold high pride with it.
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Myanmar

About 72% of Burmese workers are working in manufacturing industry, 13% in construction, 11% in services, and the rest in plantation and algriculture. Young Burmese males are usually addressed as Maung or Ko, and young females are usually addressed as Ma. These honorifics are crucial as Burmese believe call a person by their name is a rude behavior.
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Pakistan

Family bonds are strong among the Pakistanis. Due to societal values, Pakistan society is not led by individualism but collectivism where family and other relationship stand strong. Pakistan is the third-largest importer of tea in the world, their favorite drink is Chai, a Pakistan version of Teh Tarik. In Malaysia, majority of Pakistanis workers are working in manufacturing, construction, agriculture and plantation sectors.
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Indonesia

Most probably due to the shared language and cultures between Malaysia and Indonesia, Indonesian workers are the largest group of foreign workers in Malaysia. Indonesians make up 40% of Malaysia’s total foreign worker population. Ayam Penyet, Tempeh, Lontong, many of these Malaysian delicacies are actually food influenced by Indonesian food culture. Male workers from Indonesia are allowed to work in all Immigration Department of Malaysia’s approved sectors except Manufacturing, while female workers from Indonesia are allowed to work in all sectors stipulated. Click the link to know more comprehensive details.
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Nepal

The large-scale migrations of Asian groups from Tibet and Indo-Aryan people from northern India, which accompanied the early settlement of Nepal, have produced a diverse linguistic, ethnic, and religious pattern. Those with Indo-Aryan ancestry, especially the Pahāṛī (including the Chhetree, the Brahman-Hill, and others), have enjoyed great prestige in Nepal for centuries, and the ruling families have been of Indo-Aryan and Hindu background. Most of the Tibeto-Nepalese groups—the Tamang, Rai, Limbu, Bhutia (including the Sherpa), and Sunwar—live in the north and east, while the Magar and Gurung inhabit west-central Nepal. The majority of the famous Gurkha contingents in the British army have come from the Magar, Gurung, and Rai groups. A third set of ethnic groups, which includes the Newar and the Tharus, are believed to have settled Nepal before the Tibetan and Indo-Aryan migrations. The Newar, who have largely adopted Indo-Aryan and Hindu customs, retain significant influence in Nepal, especially in the Kathmandu valley.

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