Culture is something that embodies ethnic groups in situations that demand their unification. This unification is primarily to maintain a social structure for interaction, the means of subsistence and gives a new meaning to the regional culture where multiple ethnicities live together. Culture does not, in anyway, transcend the pure ethnic boundaries that are unsullied. It is stronger than the boundaries of culture. Ethnic boundaries have more strength in holding the subjects of a same ethnicity. In fact, culture cannot transcend the solid ethnic boundary, but ethnicity can transcend their own boundaries when demanded by the situation. This is because ethnicity is often demanded to remain connected to different ethnic groups and nationalists groups for their means of subsistence. This character trait of ethnicity of being transcendentally flexible in mixing with other ethnic groups and nationalists groups is the cornerstone of their being wedded to their ethnicity when required. That means that there are counter arguments which represents the dissimilation of groups. Skrentny (2008, pp. 59) argues that rising inequality has given a new meaning to ethnic groups and their assimilation to the dominant culture. Skrentny also asserts that more immigrants are becoming homogenised and Americanized than earlier, before they leave their homelands. This argument presents a view that cultural assimilation is happening silently through globalization, in which many influencing factors continues to give new reasonable means of existence to ethnic groups.