Dos and Don'ts of Chinese Etiquette: Things You Should NEVER Do According to Chinese Tradition!
I grew up with many etiquette rules in my family, and I definitely think these rules helped shape me into a better version of myself.
So today I’m going to share some of these with you, from posture, Chinese table manners, chopstick etiquette, tea serving etiquette to respecting elders.
Maybe not all of them will apply to your family, but it might be useful if you ever visit a Chinese household.
Dos and Don'ts of Chinese Etiquette: Things You Should NEVER Do According to Chinese Tradition!00:07 hour(s)
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