Currently, the global perspective concerning the family tree is changing drastically. The half Malaysian-Chinese population befalls challenges for they are unable to establish the ideal culture and worldview perspective. At the age of 23, the challenges surrounding the family emanate from evaluation of people’s view about families and their general critics and the ideal and ethical conduct of people and their family members (Gannon, and Rajnandini 53). The modern society acknowledges individualism thus the practice has led to the emergence of nuclear families. In this case, extended families are continuously fading and the parents in the nuclear families are forcing their children to contribute financially to all incurred costs after attaining a majority age. According to the Malaysian and Chinese cultures, the family determines the future characters that descendants would present to the society hence exposure to poor living conditions serves to propel antisocial practices (Schultz, and Robert 35).