Tips of business etiquette in Aisa. By-- 周枫 刘天云 龚佳瑛 施蓓蓓 沈蝶. The Etiquette. Etiquette, manners, and cross culture, or intercultural communication have become critical elements required for all International and Global Business executives, managers, and employees.
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By--周枫 刘天云 龚佳瑛 施蓓蓓 沈蝶
Gift giving is very important, and it should be given at the end of a visit.
Do not display money openly. It is rare to see it given from person to person in Japan. It is important to use an envelope to pass money.
It is perfectly acceptable to slurp your noodles. Doing so will exhibit your enjoyment of your food. Doing otherwise may indicates that your meal is not a pleasant one.
If you are invited to a social event, punctuality is not expected. It is the custom to be "fashionably late."About Japan