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Dear Jane,

Glad to hear from you and you’re welcome to China in July. The following are some Chinese customs.

Firstly, we greet each other by saying “Hello” or asking such questions as “Where are you going?” or “Are you busy?” to express our care. Secondly, when praised, we reply with “Oh, no!” or “I’m over-praised” to show good manners. Next, when receiving a gift, we usually say “It’s unnecessary” besides “Thanks” to show politeness and then put it away. Finally, at dinner parties, we talk loudly and touch glasses when drinking to someone’s health or success to show that we’re warm.

Anyhow, different cultures, different customs. If you “Do as the Romans do when in Rome”, you’ll enjoy more of your

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stay here.

I hope what’s mentioned above might be helpful and wish you a good journey.

Your sincerely,

Li Hua

Sample 2

Dear Jane,

Glad to hear from you and you’re welcome to China in July. At your request, I list a series of different manners between China and foreign countries, which may do some help to you.

First and foremost, when we greet each other, westerners are used to making a hug. But Chinese tend to be more conservative , and shaking hands is all right.

Secondly, westerners usually express their gratitude when appreciated. However, you ’re supposed to be modest in China.

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Then, foreigners open gifts once they receive it, which is impolite in China. The proper way is to show your gratitude and put it away instead of opening.

What you must take into account most is table manners. We talk loudly and touch glasses when drinking to someone’s health or success to show that we’re warm.

Anyhow, different cultures, different customs . If you “Do as the Romans do when in Rome”, you’ll enjoy more of your stay here.

I hope what’s mentioned above might be helpful and wish you a good journey.

Your sincerely,

Li Hua