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Chinese Etiquette and Customs

  • Wedding Customs and Traditions in China

    Ever since ancient China, there has been a saying that the three most delightful moments in one's life come with success in the imperial examination, marriage and the birth of a son. A marriage would be decided not by a young couple's love, but by their parent...
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  • Chinese Etiquette

    Etiquette, which is an important part of the country’s culture and the nation’s spirit, is a major attachment of group’s image. At the same time, it also can be regarded as the important software to obtain international fame. Along with the constant deve...
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  • Gift

    The Chinese always pay attention to choose the gifts which have practical values. In the West, it is polite to open gifts as soon as they are given to express appreciation. However, in China, the situation is quite the reverse. Many people send gifts without w...
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  • Home Visit

    In China, when a person wants to visit someone, the first question in his mind is what clothes are most perfect or suitable. He will take a lot of time to choose the clothes they like and even ask others to get some suggestions. The host also is troubled by th...
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  • Greeting People

    Chinese people seldom express their ideas or opions directly but prefer a roundabout way. They will look towards the ground when greeting someone. Neither show their emotions and feelings in public. They greet people with a handshake rather than an embrace or ...
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  • Chinese Table Manner - Best Advice to Dine in China

    China has long been known as a nation of rites. People attach importance to politeness, courtesy and comity on any formal occasion, whether it is a wedding ceremony, a celebration party, or a banquet. Traditional Chinese customs have even spread throughout Eas...
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  • Tips for Attending A Chinese Wedding Party

    Many people’s attitude towards marriage is almost the same: devotional, cautious, enthusiastic yet a bit nervous, so are Chinese. Chinese are also expecting a grand wedding party, with all relatives and friends present to express the blessings and witness th...
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  • Chinese Traditional Wedding: Must-haves for Bride and Groom

    Dreaming of a truly individual, fun yet elegant wedding that you will never forget? Who doesn't? Nowadays more and more young people in China put on the white gown and suite like what the Westerns do on their weddings, and slowly forget about the traditions…...
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