chinaIf you’re headed to China either for business or pleasure, it’s a good idea to read up on the customs. You especially don’t want to piss off any potential business partners so it’s well worth buying this book—”Etiquette Guide to China“— for $7. From Amazon:

“It’s the best-selling Chinese etiquette guide on the market and it addresses not just the puzzling protocols relating to name cards, bowing or shaking hands, bathrooms and public baths—but also what to do when entertaining Chinese dinner guests, attending a Chinese tea ceremony, taking the subway, and much more…

‘Etiquette Guide to China’ includes everything you need to know to be a successful, courteous traveler:

  • Hand gestures and body language
  • How to address the Chinese
  • Dining and restaurant manners
  • Gift giving and celebration in China
  • Entering into and understanding business relationships
  • How to behave in professional situations
  • Dealing with China’s political culture
  • The Chinese way of negotiating”

 

Grab it: Grab “Etiquette Guide to China” from $7.31 on Amazon here.

Johnny Jet
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1 Comment On "Travel Book of the Week: Etiquette Guide to China"
  1. William Chinn|

    You are in a world where lining up is unheard of and outdoor trash cans are rarely used for trash.

    In Japan lines are everywhere and trash is taken home for disposal if a trash can is not available.

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