Compare and contrast business etiquette cultural variations

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AEP3 Alan Gao [在此处键入] Writing Assessment Task Compare and contrast business etiquette cultural variations In all kinds of business activities, business etiquette is an indispensable and important component. In different countries, breeds a different cultural system, and subsequently produced a different business etiquette. In this article, I have compare and contrast the cultural differences between China and the United States. Such as language, way of thinking, diet, clothing. In this part, I have compare and contrast the culture differences between China and the U.S. in business etiquette. The first is the language, the language is not only a communication tool, it is a part of culture. On the one hand, when each other to express greeting, the Chinese people like to ask” Do you eat?” and shake hands. But in the U.S., if you give someone greeting like Chinese, they have think you are invited him to dinner and they only on formal occasions to shake hands. On the other hand, it is very rare to say “thank you” to familiar person, but it should be said in the U.S. at
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  • Republic of China, Han Chinese, Intercultural competence

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