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What is cultural etiquette?
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Meeting and greeting
Ostentatious behavior is to be avoided. Accumulating money is fine, but spending money is considered something of a vice. The Dutch are very proud of their cultural heritage, rich history in art and music Shake hands with everyone present -men, women, and children -- at business and social meetings. Shake hands again when leaving. The Dutch consider it rude not to identify yourself. The Dutch will shake hands and
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say their last name. The Dutch expect eye contact while speaking with someone. Moving your index finger around your ear means you have a telephone call, not "you're crazy." The Dutch take punctuality for business meetings very seriously and expect that you will do likewise; call with an explanation if you are delayed. The Dutch avoid superlatives. Compliments are offered sparingly, and to say that something is "not bad" is to praise it. A foreigner need not worry too much about saying something the will hurt feelings.
The Chinese dislike being touched by strangers. Do not touch, hug, lock arms, back slap or make any body contact. Clicking fingers or whistling is considered very rude. Never put your feet on a desk or a chair. Business cards are exchanged upon meeting. Business cards should be printed in English on one side and Chinese on the other. Make sure the Chinese side uses "simplified" characters and not "classical" characters, which are used in Taiwan and Hong Kong Do not in any way suggest that Taiwan is not part of China. Show respect for older people. Offer a seat or right of way through the door to a colleague or older person as a polite gesture. Return applause when applauded.
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