Complete the Case Study: Crossing Boarders 11.4 Culture Changes, Celebrations Spread from the South on pg 343 of your textbook. Examine the Chinese cultural overview and use external research explain: Background Critical Issues Alternatives Solutions Justification Write 3 pages of text with at least 3 references in APA Format. Please review the following case methodology instructions in the course. Case Study Analysis Case study analysis gives students an opportunity to apply theory learned in the classroom to real world situations. Case studies do not have discrete answers. Rather, they challenge students to exercise their own business judgment in a supportive, educational environment. Students test their knowledge by analyzing situations; defining problems or issues; evaluating alternatives and/or forming conclusions to resolve the problem or issue; and making recommendations. Case study analysis steps: Gain familiarity with the case situation. This can be accomplished by reading the case several times. Read the first time to appreciate the general story before you begin to form conclusions or make analysis. Define the issue or problem. To make an analysis or recommendation, one must first determine what the issue or problem is. As in the real world, note there may be more than one problem in a case study analysis. (You can appreciate the importance of this step if you ever took your car in because it was running rough and paid for several repairs because the mechanic didn’t correctly diagnose the problem in the beginning.) Conduct your analysis. What are the possible causes of the problem or issue? What alternatives are possible given the facts presented?