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Life long learning to be silent

“It took years to learn to speak and a life long to be silent.”

With these words the famous writer Ernest Hemingway, a master of words, brings it to the point what nonverbal communication is about.

It takes a bit longer than two years for a child to learn to speak, Hemingway’s focus is true.

Mankind belongs to the speaking and reflection species of nature. This is connected with the competence ……………..

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Herbert Rosendorfer – Letters back to ancient China
“The novel Letters back to ancient China (1983) was a bestseller in Germany and translated into many languages. The Chinese mandarin Kao-Tai is transported in a time machine from the Middle Kingdom of around 1000 AD to the Bavarian capital Munich today. He is not quick to recover from the shocks of a historical and cultural trip. In letters to his friend in ancient China he describes the bizarreness of modern life with the bignoses in Min-chen………
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