Going Dutch in Beijing: The International Guide to Doing the Right Thing

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Going Dutch in Beijing: The International Guide to Doing the Right Thing - McCrum, Mark

Why shouldn't you offer to pay for your share of the meal in China? Or say 'chin chin' as you raise your glass in Japan? Or use the 'thumbs-up' sign to mean 'that's OK' in Sardinia? In China, your host will lose face if he doesn't pick up the tab. In Tokyo, 'Chin chin' is slang for 'small penis'. In Sardinia a raised thumb means 'Sit on this!' - ... Read More

Going Dutch in Beijing: The International Guide to Doing the Right Thing 2008, Profile Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781861971708

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Going Dutch in Beijing: The International Guide to Doing the Right Thing 2007, Profile Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781861978622

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