Monday March 28 • India Greetings: • The Namaste is India's traditional greeting. One presses the palms together (fingers up) below the chin and says Namaste (in the south, Namaskaram). For superiors or to show respect, a slight bow is added.
Tuesday March 29 • Japanese greetings: • The greetings Japanese use depend on the relationship. A worker might greet a superior with Ohayougozaimasu (Good morning), but he or she would greet a customer with Irasshaimase (Welcome).
Wednesday March 30 • CHINESE GREETINGS: Ni hao ma (How do you do?) is somewhat formal. Informally, people might greet with Zao (Morning), Wanan (Evening), or Zenmoyang? (How's it going?).
Thursday March 31 • TAIWAN Greetings: • More common greetings are Ni hau (Hello), Zao (Morning), and Ching tzuo (Please sit); the latter is spoken to visitors in the home
Friday April 1 Vietnam GREETINGS A formal greeting between strangers is Xinchao. The most common greeting among friends is Di dau day? (Where are you going?). Co khoekhong? (How are you doing?), Lam gi day? (What are you doing?), and Chao (Greetings) are also popular.