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Typical Examples of cultural differences The perception is different and often selective: Expressions are differentiated according their importance: In Arabic countries the odors of condiments, coffee etc.
In Asian countries the perception of time is rather past-oriented ancestors, valuesin Latin American countries as well as southern European countries rather present-oriented, and in western Europe as well as Noth America rather future-oriented.
Behavior and gestures are interpreted differently: Furthermore, the sign of thumb up may signify the number "one" in France and a few other central european countries. In North America as well as in Arabic countries the pauses between words are usually not too long, while in Japan pauses can give a contradictory sense to the spoken words by the meaning of pauses.
Enduring silence is perceived as comfortable in Japan, while in Europe and North America it may cause insecureness and embarrassment.
Scandinavians, by Western standards, are more tolerant of silent breaks during conversations.
Laughing is connoted in most countries with happiness - in Japan it is often a sign of confusion, insecureness and embarrassment. In Mediterranean European countries, Latin America and Sub Saharan Africa, it is normal, or at least widely tolerated, to arrive half an hour late for a dinner invitaiton, whereas in Germany and Switzerland this would be extremely rude.
If invited to dinner, in many Asian countries and Central America it is well-mannered to leave right after the dinner: In Africa, saying to a female friend one has not seen for a while that she has put on weight means she is physically healthier than before or had a nice holiday, whereas this would be considered as an insult in Europe, North America and Australia.room norms, which in turn requires them to re- examine and make changes in their behaviors and attitudes.
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