The world's business etiquette and culture

&Nbsp;1, shaking hands: in most countries, most common etiquette when meeting and parting. West is in the introduction and others met only when shaking hands, know each other are women, older, higher ranking person, you should respect their will, shake hand. Between the two sides, the obligations of the host to the guest first hand, whether in an airport or hotel reception for foreign guests, whether they are male or female, the host should first hand. Shake hands properly, too light will make people feel cold, it's too heavy can make a person feel rude. Men and women shake hands gently, not all shaking hands, holding their fingers. When should a man take off gloves, ladies except a high status person, generally do not sell. Handshakes don't stand a foot in the door when the door, kicked the door. Many people shake hands at the same time careful not to cross, but others held out hand.
    2: bow: generally used in Japan, Korea, Korea and other Eastern countries, Europe and the United States used. Needed for bow hat, stood to attention and gestures, eye gaze, upper body leaning 15 degrees, then restitution and greetings.
    3: Namaste: popular from the Buddhist countries in South, South-East Asia. Salute, hand in front of the merger of the two slightly raised and head slightly leaned forward. In foreign relations, when the other party in such a ritual salute, we also should be crossed on your gift giving, but should notice to clasped together without a nod.
    4, hug: Europe, Middle East and South America common acquaintances and friends of an intimate rituals, sometimes concurrently with the kiss of peace. Embraces methods is the right hand to hold each other's left shoulder, his left on the opposite right defensive midfield, with "left – right – left" alternate manner. Courtesy of the embrace between same sex.
    5: other: numerous complex of world, formed has many has strong geographical and the national style of gift custom: has Western National passage of "hat ceremony", has popular Yu Poland and France high social of "Kiss hand ceremony", also has African national of "Kiss feet ceremony", and "snake ring ceremony",, on these custom should has understand, can reduced some occasions in the of misunderstanding.
    6: name: according to international practice, communication sites, generally refer to men as "Sir", referred to a married woman as "Madam", said unmarried women as "young lady", not to judging whether the woman is married, with "Miss" than venture called "the wife" is more secure. In diplomatic situations, in order to show respect for women, women can be referred to as "Lady". These forms can be labeled, such as name, title, title, such as the Mayor, Mrs white, and so on. For Ministers of the senior officials, generally speaking, "your Excellency"; the military rank of General and, know the names of given names; to intellectuals, can call their title prefixed names or titles, but call their places, with the exception of Dr, other degree (Bachelor, master) cannot be used as a title to. Germans pay great attention to etiquette and polite. Meet for the first time, be sure to call the title. Dr if your partner, you can frequently use the "doctor" title. With the United States when people call no need for ceremony. Americans in informal settings, men, women and children, or status, are fond of calling each other names. On formal occasions, first with each other, or use formal titles, know each other or each other's proposals, such as when you call them by their first names to change. Japanese used "Sir" to call lawmakers, teachers, lawyers, doctors, writers and other people with identity, to others with "Mulberry". On formal occasions, except to call "Sir" and "Mulberry", you can call its functions to show grave. On government officials using their positions with "Sir" to call. Arabs call little dispute, commonly known as "Sir" and "Lady". But due to the influence of religious and social customs of, contacts with the Arab women should not take the initiative and say hello, in most cases you can smile or nod, even manners and thoughtful. Call name   name and usage vary all over the world, can be divided into three categories: first, last name first name, mostly in Korea, Viet Nam, and Japan, and Mongolia, and Afghanistan, and Hungary and the passage of China. North Korea, Viet Nam's name used coincides with, Japan is the most common names of four words, the former name for the word, from the second word in the name. Oral address last name, officially known as full name. Second, name surname, mostly in European and American countries. Oral call call name, formal occasions with a full name. Most of Europe's last name is a Word, and is made up of two or more words. French people tend to respect their personalities or someone in the family names into memory in their names, but others call or write will be headed by its real name, such as the former President's full name is Charles de Gaulle? Andre? Joseph? Mary?-Charles de Gaulle, but most people refer to him as the Shire? Charles de Gaulle. Russia's name from "name-the father's name – last name" composed of three sections. They are ordinary verbal called surname or name, as a sign of courtesy and respect, says name plus patronymic. For expressed particular respect for one's elders, also known as parent, such as Lenin's full name is Vladimir? Ilyich? Ulianov? Lenin, people often refer to Lenin as Illich. Arab names usually consists of three or four sections, which I first – father – my grandfather – last names. Formal occasions by their full name, referred to only call my name. Three is the famous first name, Burma, and Indonesia were the most representative. Myanmar famous no name, but usually put a call in front of the name, said the man of all ages, gender and social status. On age larger of names Qian added "Wu", meaning that "Mr" and "Bo tert-"; on peers or youth person "Guo", that "brother" of mean; on young generation or juvenile said "looks", that "brother" of mean; on young of girl, General said "Ma", for "girl, and sisters" of mean; on age larger or has status of women, said "du", meaning for "Gu, and aunt, and neither".