This is Liu Xiaoshun's Institute of Travel and Life.
If I ask everyone, where are the stars like Michelle Yeoh, Cao Ge, Liang Jingru, and Guangliang from? Many people may subconsciously say that they are "Chinese", but in fact, they are not Chinese, but are truly "foreigners", because they all come from a Southeast Asian country that is very similar to China. :Malaysia.
Many Chinese tourists who travel to Malaysia for the first time will probably have similar feelings. The country is “deja vu.” Of course, there are three main races living here in Malaysia, namely Malays, Chinese and Indians, but because the Chinese are relatively powerful and the Chinese are good at doing business, you can almost anywhere in Malaysia. I saw Chinese people.
If you go to a living area or city where ChineseThe feeling of intimacy will be even stronger. Malaysian Chinese still maintain a traditional way of life. When they come to these places, they seem to have traveled to China decades ago. All kinds of Chinese buildings full of historical vicissitudes are even now. China is hard to see.
Malaysian Chinese are not using traditional characters as we imagined, but like mainland China, they generally use simplified characters, which makes everyone feel very kind after seeing them. In addition, the Chinese in Malaysia will also follow China’s pop culture in real time. They watch Chinese movies and TV shows, watch Chinese variety shows, and you talk to them.Tian hardly feels that they are "foreigners", like those Malaysian stars.
So, have you ever traveled to Malaysia? What is your impression of Malaysia? Do you think the Chinese in Malaysia really resemble the Chinese? When you travel in Malaysia, will you have a familiar and intimate feeling? If you still have the opportunity to travel abroad in the future, would you choose to visit Malaysia for a walk? Welcome everyone to leave comments!
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