Going Dutch in Beijing: The International Guide to Doing the Right Thing
Author: Mark McCrum Publisher: Profile Books (2008) ISBN-10: 1861971702 ISBN-13: 9781861971708 Condition: Minor wear to the cover. A very good copy. Tight binding Binding: Hardcover Pages: 275 Dimensions: 19.7 x 13 x 1.9 cm
Weight: 0.3 kg
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In China your host will lose face if he does not pick up the tab In Tokyo, 'Chin-Chin' is slang for 'small penis'. In Sardinia a raised thumb means 'sit on this!' - try that in a traffic jam in Cagliari. The world is not, in fact, flat; and as travel becomes ever easier, understanding the way things are done in other societies becomes ever more crucial.
Going Dutch in Beijing aims to help its readers avoid minor international incidents by offering a light-hearted but informative look at everything from first greetings to last rites, covering key minefields of misunderstanding along the way. If you want to know what not to say, what not to wear and what not to do when you are invited round for dinner, all around the world, it's as well to get up to speed before you find yourself in the local police station. As they say in South Korea - ?????!