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Introduction :Jumbo Seafood restaurant is one of the most outstanding local restaurants in Singapore. It developed their first restaurant from a single outlet at 1987 at East Coast Seafood Centre. The good quality of the seafood with the reasonable prices makes Jumbo Seafood restaurant can last until today. Jumbo Seafood restaurant accentuates to utilize the fresh ingredients particularly for the seafood dishes (Jumbo Group 2018). Jumbo Seafood restaurant has several outlets that located at Singapore such as Changi Airport, The Riverwalk, Riverside Point, Dempsey Point, and NSRCC SAFRA Resort (Chope 2018). There are various of awards that have been achieved by Jumbo Seafood restaurant, therefore it is not strange that Jumbo Seafood restaurant also expanded their business overseas such as China, Vietnam, and Thailand (Jumbo Group 2018).Corporate Vision :Jumbo Seafood restaurant vision is to acquaint Singapore food culture globally and  symbolizes the attempt at spreading overseas and praising the delectable cuisine Singapore (Jumbo Group 2018).Mission Statement :The provision of high standard products and offering satisfactory customer service in a pleasant environment to consumers is the mission of Jumbo Seafood restaurant (Jumbo Group 2018).Corporate Goals :With the combination of mission and vision, Jumbo Seafood restaurant is aiming to bond customer loyalty through the dishes that Jumbo Seafood restaurant served (Jumbo Group 2018).Political Philippines-Singapore RelationsOne main contributor for the steady relationship between the two nations, Singapore and Philippines, is due to being a segment of ASEAN for 50 years. The ties have been continuing to  strengthen as Philippines is willing to partner with Singapore in regional security and lower rates of terrorism along with Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) actions. Since the previous year, along with Philippines and a few other countries, Singapore has aided, in order to implement joint maritime patrols in the Sulu Sea.According to Mr Morales, Singapore has been a dependable nation to Philippines due to evidences such as the Typhoon Haiyan and the security situation in Marawi in Mindanao.In addition, Filipino workers in Singapore have achieved a total of US $1.7 billion of remittance leading them to be the highest source of remittances in the region and the fourth-largest all over the world.From a business perspective, the bilateral trade between the two nations are high, leading Singapore to be the fourth-largest trading partner of Philippines for over an year with an astounding amount of US $9.01 billion or 6.6 percent of overall trade. https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/hub/the-philippines-asean-50/deepening-philippines-spore-tiesIn the year 2016, the fifth country for the inflows of FDI in the Philippines was Singapore, leading to a contribution of 11% included in a total amount of US$7.9b.The country ranked as number one among the ASEAN organization for bilateral trade between Philippines is Singapore, for a trade value of US$3.7b, and a share of 6.6% exports from the Philippines. Furthermore, Philippines being ranked as the number 14th trading partner for Singapore, contributed to a 2% share of Singaporean exports and a total trade of US$6.5b.Additionally, Singapore is a remainder of a crucial source of investment for the vital sectors such as infrastructure, construction and public-private partnership projects, and the tourism industry in the Philippines.Singapore playing a vital function for trading among the ASEAN market, serves as an important trader for the Philippines in terms of exports and providing reinforcement for the industry of aerospace primarily known as Lion City  in the MRO service (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul).Moreover, the love for travel among Singaporeans contributed to visits by a total of 176,057 citizens to the Lion City of Philippines in the year 2016, portraying as the 7th country of origin of visitors internationally and approximately 3% among the 5,967,005 international visitors.https://sbr.com.sg/economy/commentary/singapore-and-philippines-more-just-trading-partners-0Corrupt Practice Indexhttps://www.transparency.ge/sites/default/files/global_report_2017_final_print_new.pdfCultureLanguage spoken It has eight major languages that Filipino speaks which are Tagalo, Cebuano, Bikol, Hiligaynon, Ilocano, Kapampangan, Pangasinan and Waray. However, Tagalog and English is the main language that being taught all over the Philippines. Moreover, The Cebuano dialect originated in Cebu.  The Cebuano language is classified as a member of the Western or Indonesin subgroup of the Austronesian family of languages. Cebuano is only one of the estimated 70 to 75 indigenous languages that can be found throughout the islands of the Philippines. A number of smaller linguistic groups exist in addition to these two. Cebuano is one of the most important languages within the Central (Mesophilippine) category, alongside Tagalog (htps://www.csun.edu/~lan56728/majorlanguages.htm).ReligionPhilippines’ government provides freedom of religions to their citizens. Today, Roman Catholic Christianity is the major and largest religion in this country. The second and third largest religions are Protestant Christianity and Islam respectively. In the Philippines, all religions are protected by the law, and no one religious belief is given priority over any other (https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/religious-beliefs-in-the-philippines.html). Rank Religion Population (percentage) 1 Roman Catholic 70.0 2 Protestants 17.0 3 Other 6.6 4 Muslims 5 to 10 5 Iglesia ni Cristo 2.0 6 Buddhists 2.0 (Religious Beliefs In The Philippines 2018)PopulationFrom the 2015 population census of the Philippine Statistics Authority, Cebu is one of the top five most populous provinces in the country, which is 2.93 million of population. The largest population is Cavite with 3.7 million, followed by Bulacan with 3.3 million. (https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/404931).Hofstede table Hofstede Cultural Dimension Home Country (Singapore)% Host Country (Philippines)% Implications Power Distance 74 94 Based on the diagram on the score of Filipino, Individualism 20 32 Masculinity 48 64 The percentage for Singaporen’s masculinity is lower means that Singaporen are more concern about family time and work life balance. Uncertainty Avoidance 8 44 There is a huge different score of Host Country in uncertainty avoidance. It is reflecting that Filipino has more concerned about the unknown situation in the future. Long Term Orientation 72 27 Filipino is short-term orientated compare to Singaporean, this will mainly effect the amount of their saving. Indulgence 46 42 (Hofstede Insights 2018)FoodThe abundance of fish in the country makes seafood another common food item in most households with tilapia, clams, squid, and catfish being salted, fried, and served with rice and vegetables.Aesthetics