ISBN-10:
0762736720
ISBN-13:
9780762736720
Pub. Date:
05/01/2005
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Behave Yourself!: The Essential Guide to International Etiquette / Edition 1

Behave Yourself!: The Essential Guide to International Etiquette / Edition 1

by Michael PowellMichael Powell

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Overview

This book is for travelers heading away from home who are unsure whether to kiss the air, shake hands, or bow; what to wear; and how to eat, speak, or dress. Learn how to walk the walk and talk the talk in foreign climes with this stylish reference book, an essential guide for those traveling abroad. Very easy to use and organized by country, Behave Yourself! is a must for those traveling or doing business away from their natural habitat. Special icons identify helpful information on * Greeting* Eating & Drinking* Physicality * Dress * Gifts & TipsCountries discussed include:* Argentina* Australia* Austria* Belgium* Brazil* Bulgaria* Canada* Chile* China* Croatia* The Czech Republic* Denmark* Egypt* Finland* France* Germany* Greece* Hong Kong* Hungary* Iceland* India* Israel* Italy* Japan* Mexico* Morocco* The Netherlands* New Zealand* Norway* Pakistan0* Poland* Portugal* Romania* Russia* Saudi Arabia* Singapore* South Africa* Spain* Sweden* Switzerland* Taiwan* Thailand* Turkey* United Kingdom* United States

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780762736720
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 05/01/2005
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 7.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Etiquette expert Michael Powell has penned more than forty titles, from instructional guides to gift books to comedy titles for adults and children. He lives a highly mannered life in Somerset, England, with his wife and extremely well-behaved two young children.

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Brazil
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If in doubt, use cutlery! Brazilians generally eat pizza, chicken, fruit, and sandwiches with a knife and/or fork. On the rare occasions that you eat food with the hands, you should wrap a napkin around it.

Eating in public is rude. Don't walk through the streets with a take-away; use the tables provided, or stand nearby to finish your food.

In a restaurant be sure to greet the people who work there as well as those who are waiting at your table.

Meals can take a long time in Brazil.

Table of Contents

* Argentina
* Australia
* Austria
* Belgium
* Brazil
* Bulgaria
* Canada
* Chile
* China
* Croatia
* The Czech Republic
* Denmark
* Egypt
* Finland
* France
* Germany
* Greece
* Hong Kong
* Hungary
* Iceland
* India
* Israel
* Italy
* Japan
* Mexico
* Morocco
* The Netherlands
* New Zealand
* Norway
* Pakistan
* Poland
* Portugal
* Romania
* Russia
* Saudi Arabia
* Singapore
* South Africa
* Spain
* Sweden
* Switzerland
* Taiwan
* Thailand
* Turkey
* United Kingdom
* United States

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