7 edition of Customs & Etiquette of Vietnam (Simple Guides Customs and Etiquette) found in the catalog.
October 30, 2006 by Bravo .
Written in English
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There are no restrictions on the amount of currency, gold, precious metals and stones; however, you have to declare on the customs forms provided that your luggage includes: Declare if you bring: Foreign currency: in excess of US$ 5, Vietnam Dong: in excess of VND Gold: in excess of gr. Gold and jewellery not for personal use.
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An Introduction to Vietnamese Etiquette - the Dos and Don’ts Updated September Welcome to Vietnam. By the end of this semester, I guarantee you have had many strange experiences and lessons learned the hard way.
When visiting a foreign country, one is bound to make mistakes. Geoffrey Murray is a journalist, author, and teacher who has worked in Asia for more than forty years. He has published fifteen books on a wide range of business and socioeconomic issues.
He has closely followed developments in Vietnam ever since he served as a news Customs & Etiquette of Vietnam book war correspondent with the Australian army in the mids, winning the Australian government’s “Vietnam Logistic and /5(42).
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A Survival Guide to Customs & Etiquette)/5(10). Having background knowledge of Vietnamese customs will ensure that you have the best possible experience on your trip to Vietnam.
Vietnamese Values. When discussing etiquette, it is important to have a general feel for the values and customs of a culture.
It is almost impossible to remember an exhaustive list of etiquette rules. Book Hotels. Vietnam Etiquette in Vietnam Gifts of clothes or medicines might seem helpful but only diminish already-eroding ancient cultures and customs of clothing manufacture -- where, in fact, one's clothing is an integral part of status in the community -- and traditional medicines, erasing ancient traditions passed on from the time of.
Business Etiquette in Vietnam – Customs and Tips July 9, Posted by Vietnam Briefing Written by Dezan Shira & Associates Reading Time: 4 minutes Vietnam has one of the oldest cultures in Southeast Asia.
As a country of rice agriculture culture, Vietnamese custom tightly links to traditions and rules in the villages and communes.
This conventional system is rich and still constantly kept and propagated over generations until today. Home > New Posting > Cultural Etiquette: Vietnam: The People. Customs & Etiquette of Vietnam book long struggle for independence has given the Vietnamese a deep sense of national pride.
Vietnamese value their independence and history and offended by people who ignore or violate either. Most Vietnamese have an interest in. Vietnam food customs. Vietnam food customs is characterized by many cooking techniques, eating habits, manners and foot etiquette.
These features make food culture in Vietnam different from other parts in the world, though being affected by Chinese and other cultures. Vietnam Customs & Social Etiquette. Language Vietnamese is a tonal language that uses a Roman alphabet together with tone markers.
English is the second language taught in the school system and is becoming more commonly spoken in Vietnam. Chinese and French also are to be spoken and understood throughout several cities in the country. Customs & etiquette in Laos. Social conventions and customs vary throughout the countries and regions of Indochina, but in general they are fairly similar, so what is good manners in Vietnam or Cambodia will likely be good manners in Laos - and vice versa.
Vietnamese Dining Etiquette. Learn or review dining etiquette for Vietnam. Topics for include, among others, mealtimes and typical food, national drinks, toasts, table manners, tipping etiquette, business lunch etiquette, host etiquette, guest etiquette, regional differences, dining etiquette in the home, and dining etiquette at a restaurant.
Business etiquette, language & culture Language Although some Vietnamese speak French, English, Chinese or Khmer as a second language, the official language of Vietnam is Vietnamese, and is spoken in business transactions and day-to-day meetings. Mike Aquino is a travel writer covering Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.
He lives in Manila full-time, but is perfectly at home in a Singapore hawker center. Vietnam's culture demands that you observe certain strictures, although the Vietnamese are generally very forgiving of unintentional faux pas.
Petty urban crime and military sensitivity aside. Contrary to the Western diet, breakfasts in Vietnam involves more salt than sugar. Lunch is served from p.m. Most office workers have their lunch at one of the com bui store where they can choose a main dish – fish, beef, pork, chicken or tofu with side vegetables and steamed rice.
Vietnam is increasingly opening up to the West, and society is in flux between tradition and modernity, and capitalism and socialism. Americans have distanced themselves from the Vietnam War now, and Culture and Customs of Vietnam fills a need to learn about the country, which has also evolved.
Readers will find that this is the only general book on Vietnamese culture in English written by. Get this from a library. Culture smart. Vietnam.
[Geoffrey Murray] -- Looks at the social life, customs, and national characteristics of Vietnam, including coverage of such topics as values, attitudes, religion, family, food, language, and social relationships.
Having good prior knowledge of the country you’re planning to visit is always a good idea. Not only does it mitigate any potential offence you might cause, but allows you to develop a deeper understanding of the culture, history, and, most importantly, the people you’ll encounter.
CULTURE AND CUSTOMS OF VIETNAM is an exploration of Vietnamese culture as it developed from pre-colonial times until the present. Our motivation stems from the fact that the general reader, high school student, or undergraduate who wants an introduction to Vietnamese culture must choose between a plethora of works by nonspecialists that are often factually erroneous and works by Vietnam.
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[Ben Engelbach] -- Culture Shock. Vietnam aims to be the definitive account of the country for travellers or those relocating to the country. Based primarily on the author's first-hand experience in Vietnam, the book.
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Instead of addressing the other party as Mr or Mrs so and so, it is always appropriate to address the other party by his designation for example Chairman Triet, Director Dung or Manager So and So.
Finally, here is a guide that covers all of the dos and don’ts of business etiquette in Asia. Asian Business Customs & Manners is organized country-by-country, this comprehensive guide contains information on every situation you’ll encounter, including business practices and attitudes, meetings, negotiations, meals, punctuality, language, gestures, tipping, manners, gifts, and everything.
The main difference is that the business etiquette is more formal, especially at the first meeting where the exchanging of the business card is an essential ritual. After you’ve been introduced and bowed, the business card ceremony begins, and you should be aware of the etiquette.
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