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Analysis of the Dissemination of Chinese New Village Culture Based on “Operation Hammer” – Taking Siburan Village as an Example

  • Yeeman LauEmail author
  • Zongying Tang
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1215)

Abstract

Most of the research objects are based on the new village in the West Malaysia peninsula. In order to understand the new village of East Malaysia, this article takes the village of East Malaysia as an example. It analyzes the dissemination of the village in Siburan in the background of the “Operation Hammer”. This paper examines the problems that exist in the development of new villages in Sarawak, puts forward the countermeasures to solve the problem, and has a robust research significance media form facing challenges in the future development road. It is necessary to reflect and innovate this development constantly.

Keywords

Chinese new village Operation Hammer Siburan The aspect of communication 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Journalism and CommunicationSchool of Jinan UniversityGuangzhouChina

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