Body-language and nonverbal communication

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Cultural etiquette in China – balancing between being society-bound and independent

The People

Deeply rooted in Chinese society is the need to belong and conform to a unit, whether the family, a political party or an organization. The family is the focus of life for most Chinese. Age and rank are highly respected. However, to the dismay of older people, today’s young people are rapidly modernizing, wearing blue jeans and sunglasses, drinking Coke and driving motorbikes.

Meeting and Greeting

  • Shake hands upon meeting. Chinese may nod ……………
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Cultural Etiquette in Germany –

a balancing act between guide and stereotype

well, people here in Germany aren`t like this in everyday life. 😉

Though this etiquette mirrors some German principles, we nowadays have defined th things down. Fortunately. 😉

The People

Germans value order, privacy and punctuality. They are thrifty, hard working and industrious. Germans respect …………..

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