To know what is important to the people belonging to a certain group, or a nation as a whole, you must inquire about their values, belief system, traditions, etc. Certain behaviours are so rooted in some cultures, that being rigid or non-receptive towards them could give out an impression of being impolite or disrespectful. This holds true especially in a country like China (People’s Republic of China) where collectivism and conformity are the norm, which stem from the Confucius philosophy, practiced by a majority of the Chinese population.
While planning to visit a foreign country regardless of the purpose, it is advisable to gain prior knowledge about its culture, customs, clothing styles, cuisine & dining etiquettes, basic greetings, meanings of gestures, religious preferences and other such aspects of distinguishable significance.
China, a communist nation, situated in South-east Asia, has the world’s largest population and is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, due to which, it has become a focal point for international business and before you visit the country to build a partnership, here are some important do’s and don’ts
to be followed, in order to make a pleasing first impression :-
All in all, the experience can be quite unique, as China is one of the oldest civilizations in the world and is rich in cultural heritage and value system, most of which is exhibited in their business dealings as well.
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