礼节

  • 拜访中国家庭
    It is becoming more and more popular for foreigners to be invited into Chinese homes for dinner. Even business associates may receive an invitation to be entertained at their Chinese counterpart’s home. Learn the proper etiquette for visiting a Chinese home.1. Be sure to either accept or decline th...
  • 筷子礼仪
    Chopsticks should always be held correctly, i.e. between the thumb and first two fingers of the right hand.When not in use, chopsticks must always be placed neatly on the table with two sticks lying tidily next to each other at both ends. Failure to do so is evocative of the way the dead would be pl...
  • 面子和关系
    The concept of "face," i.e., mianzi, is a very difficult one to explain in a few sentences. It is also impossible to discuss "face" without introducing the related concept of guanxi, i.e., "relationship" or social networking. Nevertheless, these two concepts, and how they are expressed in day-to-day...
  • 交换名片
    Chinese people always exchange name cards when they first meet.
  • 在中国的商务会议礼仪
    Appointments are necessary and, if possible, should be made between one-to-two months in advance, preferably in writing.
  • 餐桌礼仪
    The Chinese prefer to entertain in public places rather than in their homes, especially when entertaining foreigners.
  • 送礼礼仪
    gifts are given at Chinese New Year, weddings, births and more recently birthdays.
  • 会面礼仪
    Handshakes are the most common form of greeting with foreigners.
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