Are you traveling to China soon? Are you nervous about the cultural differences? China’s has a rich and long history filled with culture and tradition, and if you’re traveling to China there are a few things every traveler needs to know about Chinese etiquette. Here is China Adventurer’s Dos and Don’ts in China: a Guide to Chinese Etiquette.
First off don’t stress out about Chinese etiquette, Chinese people are open and very friendly to foreigners so there is no need to stress or be embarrassed. If you make a mistake you can always say sorry in Chinese, which is duìbuqǐ （对不起).
These do’s and don’ts will help you to enjoy an easy stress free China Adventure and will also help to dive into the culture and experience something new.
Has lived and traveled in China for the past 5 years which he has become well versed in the Chinese language, history, culture, and much more. When he isn't traveling he is living in Beijing; writing, doing kung fu, studying Chinese, playing guitar, working on his screenplays, having daily adventurers, and much more.
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