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Greetings from China to home friends

by Free Methodist World Missions

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Published by Free Methodist Mission in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missions

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26213245M
    OCLC/WorldCa54392973


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Greetings from China to home friends by Free Methodist World Missions Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Nowadays, since China is opening up more and more to foreign countries, people have come to learn and adopt more and more Western culture. It has become quite common to use English greetings, like hi and bye bye, especially among young people, on casual occasions.

Listen to the link below to hear some informal Chinese greetings. Greetings for friends and business partner zhù nǐ cái yuán guǎng jīn, pīng pīng ān ān 祝你财源广进,平平安安。 Wish you an abundance of good fortune and a year filled with serenity.

bù bù gāo shēng 步步高升。 Have promotion every step. mǎ dào chéng gōng 马到成功。. In China, the standard greeting is usually accompanied by a hand shake.

However, unlike the firm, quick American handshake, the Chinese tend to shake hands lightly and for hold the handshake longer: even as long as ten seconds. Although the handshake is more common, some people prefer a bow.

If you are unsure what to do, wait for your Chinese. Chinese Etiquette China is a country that has long been known for its ceremonies and etiquette through the ages.

However, it can be something of a culture shock when it comes to the differences between the social niceties between the country and the western world. China is the world’s most populous nation, home to nearly billion Chinese. In addition, almost 50 million ethnic Chinese people, equivalent to % of the world’s population live beyond China’s borders.

Most of them speak at least one of the Chinese languages. “Ni Chi Le Ma” is a very very traditional greeting between friends in China. This sentence is just like “how are you” in English. No need to have the exact answer, just a way to say hello to neighbours, friends, relatives, or even the vendors who can be seen on every day.