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Unformatted text preview: the guest plate to signify a gesture of hospitality and friendship. When tea was being filled in his cup, he gave the 2-finger 3-tap appreciation to signify the waiter that he has said thank you. He took two fingers of his left hand and lightly tapped three times on the table close to the teacup as a form of appreciating for the refill without breaking the current mode of conversation with other dining associated. This culture is very different from ours because in our dinner culture where we just say thank you when we have been served and can signify through a sign using the hand when we are satisfied. In conclusion, I was educated by the interview and got insights from East Asia dinner culture. Dinner etiquette is something that one needs to learn so that you can fit in a variety of industries....
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- Spring '12
- East Asia dinner, dinner culture, 2-finger 3-tap appreciation