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Learn about Asian travelers’ featured hobbies (Part 3)

In communication, abstain from hugging shoulders or patting the back, abstaining from pointing at the opposite person. Because that is rude. When pouring water, the Chinese people refrain from leaving their mouths facing the tea pots. Because the concept is easy to make guests encounter bad things.

They also abstain from giving towels to each other. Because that is to express paragraph break (in the funeral people use white towels). They abstain from giving each other cutlery for fear of hurting and hurting the opponent.

They do not like topics on cultural revolution, sex or politics

They drink according to the theory of “the Five Elements Yin and Yang” and have many taboos like:

Honey does not eat with raw onions.

Eels, carp do not eat with dog meat The concept of integrity is evident in eating and drinking. For example, when preparing whole fish, cut chicken pieces and put all the parts on the plate. It would be taboo when fish or chicken dishes served without fins, tail, head. Because they thought it was a bad thing, things didn’t go “down.”

They abstain from departing on the 5th of the first lunar month. Because it’s a lunar day, there’s no luck.

Korean travelers’ features

Korean people are eager to learn, active, industrious, respectful of morality and spiritual factors.

The modern lifestyle of Koreans retains the traditional features. They attach great importance to national cultural identity and promote education. Koreans place great importance on their clan.

Korean people are very approachable and open. However, on important occasions, their rituals are quite complicated.

Koreans value the position of the elderly. For example, when the elderly enter the house to stand up to greet. When talking, you must remove sunglasses. While eating and drinking, wait for the elderly to touch their chopsticks first. When queuing, getting into the car must yield to the elderly first.

Learn about Asian travelers’ featured hobbies (Part 2)

In China, some people really believe in generals: usually choose a beautiful day according to the calendar when traveling (abstain from days 4 and 7); wishing to visit Buddha’s gates (temples, shrines, temples) on the 1st and 15th days of the lunar month. They are very aware of respect and discipline in the family life; picky, careful and thoughtful in diplomacy.

Chinese travelers like to stay in 2  3 star hotels, stilt houses, or tents in ecological areas. They like to travel with their family for a short time with a full service and use traditional oriental treatment services such as acupuncture, massage, mud bath, mineral water bath.

They like to travel the sea and visit famous scenic spots with famous cultural and historical relics. They like to explore and explore festivals and cultural identities of ethnic groups and communities. It is especially important to understand how the culture of China has previously influenced the culture of surrounding countries.

They are the calculation and economical in tourism consumption. When traveling, I like to go to many places and use many services.

They are world famous for their rich culinary arts and unique ways of processing. Therefore, when traveling, Chinese people have a high demand for food. They prefer to eat rice (eight rice, mixed roasted rice or glutinous rice) with traditional oriental dishes such as chicken breast, roasted duck, dishes made from turtles, tortoise, snakes and other kinds of food. Taste, dipping sauce.

When they eat, they use bowls and chopsticks. They like to be served by displaying food on low tables (30 -40cm), laying on the floor and sitting in a circle around to enjoy and using alcohol made from rice, corn … so it not only preserves traditional values ​​but also creates a warm and intimate family. This is the tradition for Chinese families.

Chinese people also have a lot of taboos.