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Author's Foreword
Ⅰ . First Encounters: Greetings in China
1. Happy to Hear "Ni Hao!" (Hello)
2. Shakes, Hugs and Kisses
3. Mrs. Wang's Husband Is Not Mr. Wang
4. Firm or Soft Handshake?
5. Where Are You From?
6. You Are One When You Are Born
Ⅱ . Chinese Modesty
7. Virtue of Modesty
8. Can't Take a Compliment
9. Humility vs. Confidence
10. Don't Show Off, Especially Your Wealth
11. "I Will Do My Best"
12. Thin Face and Thick Skin
Ⅲ . Restaurant Etiquette
1&The Chinese Seating Chart
14. Private Rooms at Restaurants
15. Shouting for Waiters
16. One Menu per Table
17. Where Are My Appetizers?
18. Seat Covers in Restaurants
19. Toasting
20. Slurping Hot Soup
21. Knocking on the Table
22. Fighting for the Check in Restaurants
23. Restaurant Receipt Lottery
24. Lukewarm Recommendations
Ⅳ . Everyday Etiquette and Customs
25. Different Sizes of Personal Space
26. Don't Leave Any Gap When You Stand in Queue!
27. Getting Personal
28. The Meaning of a Gentleman
29. Girls Holding Hands?
30. Gentlemen First
31. Arriving Late, Leaving Early
32. Ring, Ring, Go Ahead, Answer the Phone
33. Keep the Pants On!
34. Sneezing vs. "Honking"
35. Right of Way
36. Hang Your Laundry Out
37. Parks at Night Are for Lovers
38. The Old Ladies Cheered Me On!
39. Singing with Your Friends
40. Bathrobes on the Beach
41.She Can't Hear What She Does Not Understand
Ⅴ . Beliefs
42. Big Ears and Fleshy Noses Are Lucky
43. Colors and Traditions
44. Numbers and Meanings
45. Animals and Symbols
46. Fruity Symbolism
47. Birthday Celebrations
48. Unusual Birthdays
Ⅵ . Food and Drink
49. No Cold Water for Guests
50. How Do I Drink Green Tea?
51. Beer, Red Wine, or Hard Liquor?
52. It's Better If You Cook It
53. Please Take Away the Heads
54. The Ways of Water
55. Rice or Noodle
56. Noodles for Birthdays
57. The Hundred-Year-Old Egg
58. "Stinky but Yummy"
59. Jellyfish, Sea Cucumbers, and Goose Feet
60. A Tofu Meal for the Funeral
Ⅶ . Shopping and Gift-giving
61. The Art of Bargaining
62. How Much Did You Pay for That?
63. Loyalty Matters
64. Lucky Coin
65. Don't Open Gifts in front of Others
66. "Special Treatment" of Foreigners
67. Food, Alcohol, and Cigarettes as Gifts
68. Red Envelopes
69. Never Give a Clock as a Gift
Ⅷ . Understanding the Chinese Family
70. Living with Parents
71. Love through Food
72. "You Gained Weight!"
73. Money and Family
74. Wife Walks behind Husband
75. A Husband's Expectations
76.Strong-headed Shanghai Woman
Ⅸ . What They Say vs. What They Mean
77. 1 Know & I Understand
78. "No Problem" or Big Problem?
79. Hearing What They Didn't Say
80. Little & Old
81. Wife & Mistress
82. What Does Your Hand Say?
Ⅹ . Doing Business in China
83. Business Cards
84. A Chop Makes it Legal
85. The Boss Knows the Answer, Even When He or She Doesn't
86. Sitting Side by Side
87. Eye Contact
88. The Last Two Minutes
89. What Kind of Golf Lessons Do You Want?
90. From Embarrassment to Friendship
Ⅺ . Raising Children in China
91. Clicking and Clapping
92. No Time to Relax
93. No Crying Babies
94. No Baby Showers before Birth
95. Naming a Child
Ⅻ . Health and Medicine
96. Voodoo Medicine or Miracle Drug
97. The Importance of Wearing Socks
98. Don't Sit on the Floor
99. BO Is a Disease
100. Male or Female?
101. New Mother's Confinement
Afterword

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