Test your knowledge with our Chinese Culture and Etiquette Quiz. How well do you know Chinese business culture, gift giving etiquette, and customs?
Chinese Culture and Etiquette Quiz
Chinese Etiquette Quiz
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Which of the following gifts can be offensive to a Chinese person?
A green hat
A well made pair of scissors
All of the above
Question 1 Explanation:
A clock and a pair of scissors can imply severing a relationship, and giving a green hat for a man can mean that the man's spouse is not being faithful.
In China, people address each other by their first name in a workplace as is done in North America.
The Chinese write an address the same way as in North America: beginning with a person's name and ending with the name of the country.
At a dinner table in China, which of the following is considered to be rude?
Talking with your mouth full.
Putting elbows on the table
Pouring tea for yourself before pouring tea for others
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