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  • Sunday, 26 Feb 2017

Reaching out: Dr Asma hopes G25’s voices of moderation can encompass a larger audience. — Art Chen/The Star

Interculturalist Dr Asma Abdullah calls for more focus from talking about unity to looking for ways to increase interaction among our young people

GRADUATE students at the Putra Business School are asked to play a card game highlighting 16 cultural dimensions, when they take a cross-cultural management course from Dr Asma Abdullah. The real purpose of the colourful game is to help them understand the hidden dimensions of culture which affect them and their worldview.

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