We have been approached by Christopher Richardson, a researcher at the Graduate School of Business, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), who is working on a project exploring the experiences of ‘bicultural expatriates in Malaysia’. The project requires participants who identify as ‘bicultural’ or ‘multicultural’ to take part in interviews on the topic of their experience in Malaysia.
The aim of the project is to be as diverse as possible and to also be a creative, interesting and fun experience for all involved. So even if you are not sure whether you are ‘bicultural/multicultural’, please do not hesitate to get in touch!
What is involved?
During this short interview, you will basically be asked a few questions about your cultural background and how your bi/multiculturalism has influenced your adjustment to Malaysia. Depending on location/preference, the interview may be conducted either by telephone, by Skype, or even in person.
Please note that the data will be reported in a way that will not identify you.
If you’d like to know more about the project or if you are interested in getting involved, please feel free to contact the researcher via email at [email protected].
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