Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

8 Things to Know to Avoid Offending Anyone in Asia

Mind Your Manners with Chopsticks: In countries like Japan, China, and Korea, where chopsticks are commonly used, there are specific etiquettes.

Respect Religious Customs: Asia is home to a wide range of religions. Acts such as entering temples without removing shoes, touching sacred objects

Understand the Concept of "Face": The concept of "saving face" is significant in many Asian cultures.

Personal Space and Touch: In many Asian cultures, personal space is valued, and excessive physical contact, especially between opposite genders, can be frowned upon.

Be Cautious with Language and Gestures: Some words, phrases, or gestures that are considered harmless or even polite in your culture may be offensive in Asia.

Gift-Giving Etiquette: In many Asian cultures, the act of giving and receiving gifts is laden with tradition

Dress Appropriately: When visiting religious sites or traditional communities, dressing conservatively is often required.

Table Manners: Table manners can vary significantly across Asia. In some countries, it is polite to slurp noodles, while in others, it might be seen as rude.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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