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China par Mind Map: China

1. Education

1.1. People in china must have at least 9 yrs of education. Main language is mandarin

2. Customs

2.1. Chinese people loves eating out and orders a lot until they satisfy their customers. Formal dining , people will clean their plate to show genourosity

3. Religious Belief

3.1. People in China mainly believes in Buddhism and taoism. Therefore people in China believes there are eight elements: Right View, Right Intention, Right Action, Right Speech, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, and Right Concentration

4. Business Etiquette

4.1. Attending meetings, make sure don’t be late, and know who’s boss. Secondly , Business in China relies heavily on personal relationships it is crucial to establish and maintain good relationships with key business contacts and relevant government officials.

5. Holidays & Customs

5.1. The Largest Festival in China is The Chinese New Year which is a National Holiday. Moreover, they do also celebrate holidays and festival such as Lantern festival, Qing Ming jie, Mid Autumn festival and much more

6. Gift Giving etiquette

6.1. 1. The Chinese like food and a nice food basket will make a great gift. 2. Do not give scissors, knives or other cutting utensils as they indicate the severing of the relationship. 3. Do not give clocks, handkerchiefs or straw sandals as they are associated with funerals and death. 4. Do not give flowers, as many Chinese associate these with funerals. 5. Do not wrap gifts in white, blue or black paper.

7. Communication & Greetings

7.1. Non Verbal Communication : Chinese strive for harmony and are group dependent, they rely on facial expression, tone of voice and posture to tell them what someone feels.

7.1.1. Verbal Communication : Address the person by a respectful title and their surname. If they want to move to a first name basis, they will advise you which name to use.