Etiquette Guide to China: Know the Rules that Make the Difference!
This essential guide to Chinese etiquette will make embarrassing social blunders a thing of the past!
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, whether your stay will be long or short, your visit to China will be more pleasurable and effective if you understand your host culture and how to work within it. Etiquette Guide to China is a vital guide for visitors to the world’s newest financial superpower. Learn the essentials of interacting, such as how to address people you meet, if you should bow or shake hands, and how to behave out on the town, in the boardroom or when attending a wedding. Filled with practical advice on minding your manners in China, Etiquette Guide to China will be the most indispensable item you’ll carry on your trip.
“Before the incoming administration’s trade reps sit down with their counterparts in Beijing – or Washington – they might want to glance at this breezy, 191-page, CliffsNotes-type take on understanding contemporary Chinese culture, mores and manners.”-Robert McCabe, Virginian Pilot. See the article here.
|Dimensions||127 × 191 mm|
Boye Lafayette De Mente
Boye Lafayette De Mente worked for several years as an editor of newspapers and magazines in Tokyo. He has written more than 30 books on Japan's language and culture, including Japan's Cultural Code Words: 233 Key Terms That Explain the Attitudes and Behavior of the Japanese, Japan Unmasked: The Character & Culture of the Japanese, and Business Guide to Japan: A Quick Guide to Opening Doors & Closing Deals.
Patrick Wallace has lived and worked in Asia for more than thirty years as a student, NGO volunteer, teacher, businessman, and finally as an academic editor for Oxford University Press, Shanghai, China. His books include Exploring Xinjiang: An American Family's Journey to the West. He now works as a freelance writer from his home in rural Japan.