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Kiss, Bow, Or Shake Hands: Asia: How to Do Business in 13 Asian Countries (Anglais) Broché – 27 avril 2007

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Europe Offers region specific material for business travelers. This book contains information to lead the business traveler through business meetings, social situations, and understanding local cultures across Europe. It includes: cultural IQ tests; "Know Before You Go" tips; and, alerts on international security issues to prepare travelers for the road. Full description

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Essential read on Asian taboos and customs 29 janvier 2011
Par Hmph - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've heard a story of an American businessman who gave a Chinese man a green baseball cap. The Chinese man became angry at the American and refused to wear it. Little did the American man know, wearing a green hat means your partner is cheating on you!

American cultures and Asian cultures are so different that it's easy for a native of one of these places to make a cultural mistake in the other place. This book is an excellent reference on what kinds of taboos to avoid so that you don't make a fool of yourself.

This book covers do's and don'ts in: China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Phillipines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Each country's chapter contains: cultural trivia and notes; tips on doing business (punctuality, negotiating, how to entertain business partners, etc.); ways to dress and greet; whether or not you should give gifts; the interpretation of certain gestures; value systems; and demographic information and a concise history.

In the back, there's also information about plugs and outlets present in each of the above countries as well as some other Asian countries. They also explain whether it's a good idea to bring a converter, or if you should leave your electronics at home.

Did you know that Malaysians consider the head the "seat of the soul" and one should never touch a Malay person's head? Did you know you should refrain from eating with your left hand in public in India because the left hand is considered unclean by Hindus and Muslims? You will know these facts and more by using this book!

Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands is an essential series for anyone travelling to or living in these countries for whatever reason. It's also a good read for people doing cultural presentations for classes, or even just interested in finding out international taboos and customs.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Kiss Bow or Shake Hands Asia 4 octobre 2007
Par FCJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this for my daughter who does a lot of business travel. She said it is an awesome resource and a must for those doing business abroad.
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Amazingly useful 14 novembre 2009
Par Steven Byrd - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I ordered this book for a two week study abroad in Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam. It covers those said locations and many others. Each country has a brief outline appropriately entitled "Know-Before-You-Go" along with customs and other important cultural aspects.

I strongly recommend it if you are going to traveling to the region or simply have an interest in learning about other cultures.
It saved me 1 avril 2013
Par Peter Missine - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I travelled to Asia on business a few times and this book saved me from a few no-no's. Overall it helped me quite a bit in my deals in South Korea and in China. I highly recommend the book as a reference for any businessman traveling toward Asia.
Good reference 28 avril 2014
Par M. G. Puziak - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an excellent reference; however, it did not cover the subject in exactly the way I was looking for since I was looking for a less scholarly, more populist sort of work.
I found what I wanted in another book
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