What do South Asians Like!

Personality traits (habits, likes and dislikes) are influenced by external environment and conditioning. These traits vary from region to region (East & West). For example, South Asians living in the East think, feel and act differently than South Asians living in the West (North America & Europe). I think the difference in their paradigm, likes and dislikes varies from one end of the continuum to another.

It would be interesting to know what South Asians like.

I invite South Asians to list three things that they like most in their personal, social and professional life. Just post (mention) the country where you live and three things in each aspect of your life. You can choose to be anonymous. I will share the findings of this on-line survey.

Hope it would be fun and interesting.

Cheers, 

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About Fazal Siddiqi
Fazal Siddiqi Writes on current marketing, branding, communications, diversity and socio-economic opportunities & challenges. He lives in Canada and works for OPAL Marketing Group.

7 Responses to What do South Asians Like!

  1. IMRAN MAHBOOB says:

    Personal: Family
    Social: Relation
    Professional: Principle

  2. IMRAN MAHBOOB says:

    Personal: Family
    Social: Relation
    Professional: Principle

    Country: Pakistan (but living now in Jeddah-KSA)

  3. Shela Qamer says:

    Personal: Family

    Social: Relationships

    Professional: Professional Development

  4. Personal: Family
    Social: Relation
    Professional: Smart Work

  5. Fazal says:

    Thanks for commenting on the question, what South Asians like. One of your response “Relation” for the social aspect of life confuses me. Could you please elaborate on this. What do you mean by it?

    Fazal

  6. Frederick Forsyth says:

    Personal: Family and Friends
    Social: Getting to know diverse people
    Professional: Knowledge, expertise, contracts

  7. Vaqar says:

    Professional: Learning tons in the shortest amount of time and gaining more expertise; moving up the ladder; 3rd point..stll figuring out

    Social: Helping establish a strong Ummah (muslim community), learning from people of diverse background, sharing experience

    Personal: Family, Friends and Introsepction Time (some time alone) – in order of importance

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