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  • Etiquette is big business in China
  • Etiquette is big business in China
    John Ragai, Creative Commons (2014) ©
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Etiquette is big business in China

"A man needs to be polite - not just to me, but to everyone," said Adriana Lima. "How does he treat the waiter? The coat-check girl? The driver?" And in China in particular, this emphasis on etiquette has never been more prevalent – for businesses and patrons alike.

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