INTRODUCTION Researchers have never been able to agree on the definition of culture. Culture is something intangible, something abstract that is difficult to understand and identify just what it includes. The ethnical definitions that are targets two measurements: culture systems of shared ideas, values, beliefs and meanings, that is, culture as cognitive systems, or culture as things and situations in a group, that is, culture as transmitted behaviour patterns (Bang, 1999). Culture is a collective sensation since it is shared by all people residing in the same public environment. It's the collective mental programming which distinguishes the members of a group or category of folks in one another. Furthermore, you can separate the ethnicities after various levels of mental programming.