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Traditional Chinese Etiquette

Traditional Chinese Etiquette

China is known as a state of etiquette and ceremonies. Many proverbs have been passed down from generation to generation such as “civility costs nothing” or “courtesy demands reciprocity” and so on. Just like a unique culture of a country, the traditional Chinese etiquettes can let people to know about the daily life of Chinese in China. Also, it is necessary to behave in a good manner, avoid ban manner and pay attention to the Chinese taboos when you plan to have a visit or even stay in China for a long time.

A symbol of Chinese Culture- Face

A symbol of Chinese Culture- Face

In China, people often use “Lian” or “Mianzi” which refers to the same thing. The word “Lian” could be translated in to English as “face”. Here, we use “face” directly to...

Chinese Etiquette: Gift-Giving

Chinese Etiquette: Gift-Giving

In China, as many countries else, gifts are usually given to show respect, gratitude, friendship, love or hospitality. It is an actual a common courtesy of the world. The etiquette of Gift-giving in China may be a little different...

Chinese Etiquette: Fist and palm salute

Chinese Etiquette: Fist and palm salute

In China, except for handshaking, when meeting friends and relatives, paying visit to someone or in Chinese Spring Festival Celebration, fist and palm salute is also the etiquette for these situations. It is an important etiquette...

Tea Serving Etiquette in China

Tea Serving Etiquette in China

Tea Serving Etiquette is one of the traditional Chinese etiquette which has a history of more than 3000 years. Since Zhou Dynasty, tea had already been a kind of present between friends and relatives and tribute for royalty. H...

Custom of Chinese Wine Drinking

Custom of Chinese Wine Drinking

Chinese wine drinking has been played a quite important role in Chinese people's life from ordinary people to kings for a long time. Our Chinese ancestors either toast wine to forefathers to express reverence as a libation, or to ...