Body-language and nonverbal communication

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Basics in Chinese Body language

“Body language forms a crucial part of everyday communication. Consciously or unconsciously we tend to use different parts of our body to convey certain messages across. It is a fact that body language is not used likely in all the parts of the world. The use and the meaning of certain body languages can vary widely across different cultures. Body language used in one culture could be altogether different from that used in other culture. The body language that maybe considered appropriate in one place might turn out to be offensive in the other. For instance, there are some sharp contrast between the body language used in the West and those used in the East.

We can find exclusive use of body language and hand gestures in China. China…………..

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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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