Do's and Don'ts Around the World: A Country Guide to Cultural and Social Taboos and Etiquette : Asia
"Do's and Dont's Around the World-Asia" will guide foreign travelers and spare them mistakes that could embarrass, hurt, cost money, and ruin their trip abroad. With information gleaned from officials and representatives, Nwanna describes hundreds of country-specific cultural and social etiquettes.
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Appendix A International Guide to Tipping
Appendix B International Electricity Requirements
International Telephone Dialing Codes
Banking Business and Shopping Hours
Appendix E International Emergency Codes
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5:PM Mon-Fri ahead in public allowed Is permissible arrangements between sexes Banking Hours beggars/panhandlers Binge Drinking Blowing one's nose Business Hours Chewing gum City code code not required comments on items Complementing someone Crash helmet crime Cross dressing customary Is allowed customary Is disallowed disallowed Is forbidden dreadlock driven with headlights entering a private expired visa face feet in public Females riding forbidden See last form of legal frowned hands in public head means head to indicate headlights always turned helmet is mandatory indicate someone items referenced Legal drinking age legal punishment license is accepted mean OK military camouflage Mon-Sat national anthem opposite sex page for comments Patting/slapping someone permissible bused present gifts radio/cassettes with ear Separate seating arrangements sex holding hands Shopping Hours small radio/cassettes social gatherings someone is crazy someone on his/her Taking off one's Taking photographs Tipping when service visa face mandatory walkie talkies walkman