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A Blast From The Past: Dos And Don'ts of Chinese Etiquette

As previously mentioned, I went to Beijing in July 2009 as part of a school trip at the height of swine flu. It was a massive culture shock to say the least; the very tip of the iceberg being how seriously they treated swine flu while it was the subject of mock and ridicule in my homeland. 418 more words

International Travel

Etiquette: Receiving Gifts this Holiday Season

Christmas is almost here and many of us will be visiting friends and families for the holiday. Hopefully you all have done your shopping by now (you do  804 more words


Koh Chang, Day 7

I took the Thai Fun day cruise today with JW & MC. We spent some time debating the merits of the various offerings and went for what looked like the most comfortable boat. 612 more words


Fruitcake, ‘Seinfeld’ and old electronics: Is regifting OK?


By Russ Van Arsdale, executive director Northeast CONTACT

Posted Dec. 21, 2014, at 9:11 a.m.

You may have been looking for months for that perfect present for your Uncle Dudley, but now you’re thinking seriously about regifting.

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Consumer Forum

14 Holiday Etiquette Tips

It’s the time of year for extra mingling, fancy dinners and snazzy outfits. You might even find yourself in that particular setting, rubbing shoulders with some powerful people. 818 more words

Life & Style

Etiquette in the Student Common Room

Yesterday, at lunch time, instead of strolling around London eating my food and taking in the sights, I venture into the Student Common Room. I don’t know the last time I’ve been in it. 638 more words

My Diary

[00.08.01] 'Interviews: Part I'

Etiquette in the Age of Social Media: Admirable Conduct as a Disconnected Human

by Alyas Whilebitz

Chapter 3

Interviews: Part I

Q: …?

(Person 1) A: I have few fake friends and even fewer real friends. 1,477 more words