Market Plan

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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
As Indonesian people we know that Indonesia has many islands. In there have many culture, ras, and religion. Indonesia has many cultures in diversity, because of that, many people from the overseas interested to know and learn about our cultures. Cultures is the identity of nation that we must responsible it. Respect and protect it and then it should be preserved, so that our culture not lost and can be heritage to our children in the future. So, it’s the responsible for young generation and its need support from various parties, because the cultures endurances is the identity of state.
We must proud to be Indonesian people, because we have many diversity in cultures. We must survive or protect our culture, because we already have many cases that our culture has been stolen, because young generation didn’t care about it. And it is the valuable lessons because the culture of Indonesia has a high value in the view of human world. With conserve the local culture, we can protect our culture from the foreign cultures, and we must care about our culture so that the our culture not recognized by other country.
In the era globalization, people change their lifestyle more modern. Because of that, people prefer to choose the new culture that probably has simple values than the local culture. Many factor that make local culture has been forgotten because foreign cultures came to our nation. The influx of foreign culture is proper because the country will needs input like foreign culture with cultural requirements that have one line with our culture.
In the reality, the Indonesian’s young generation prefers to foreign culture that they consider that is more interesting, more unique and more simples. Many local culture has been lost because no one want to heritage it. The need to raise awareness that the culture of Indonesia is the local cultures that…...

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