A group of Japanese student-athletes are going viral on Twitter for their impeccable display of respect and courteousness by picking up cigarette butts and trash on the field after a rugby tournament in Malaysia.
The student rugby players, who were from Shizuoka Seiko Academy (SSA), were spotted and filmed cleaning the field during a rugby 7s event in Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK), Perak, according to World of Buzz.
A commercial Japanese high school is amidst a harsh backlash after a picture showing students kneeling and bowing to their teacher during an assembly surfaced online.
Twitter user @barbeejill3 is vocal critic of harsh school rules and teacher misconducts, publicized a photo of students doing the seiza, a Japanese-style kneel and bowing to their teacher.
A French entrepreneur by the name of Guillaume Rué de Bernadac has been teaching Chinese people to enjoy the finer things in life — with class.
Currently based in Shanghai, de Bernadac founded the Académie de Bernadac in 2015, which has since taught China’s elite to become “modern 21st century ladies and gentlemen.”
During “Crazy Rich Asians” we witnessed Rachel Chu nearly drink out of a finger bowl after mistaking it for a bowl of clear soup.
Although food is a universal language, dining etiquette isn’t always the case. It’s something we’re taught at a young age and it might not translate perfectly when we travel to new places with different cultures.
An extensive behavioral guideline for a Japanese school is causing quite a stir due to how difficult the items on the list are; even adults find it a bit hard, let alone the kids.
The guideline was shared on Twitter by mother and manga artist Mandaring as part of the elementary school’s parent orientation package. Included in the list is the kind of behavior that the school expects from the children that will attend the institution, according to SoraNews24.
Indians wobbling their heads rapidly from side to side during a conversation may be perplexing to people who are not familiar with Indian culture; fortunately, understanding how the gesture works is not that complicated.
While it is universally understood that shaking the head from side to side means “no” and moving the head up and down means “yes”, the unique Indian style of nodding is something else entirely.
It’s just natural to feel comfortable inside an establishment like Starbucks, simply because the ambiance sort of allows you to.
There are those, however, who end up being way too comfortable that they seem to forget that such areas are communal and therefore not a place for boorish behavior.