Nobody likes a caveman

FRIDAY TIMESNobody likes a cavemanPublished Date: September 24, 2010 By Nisreen Zahreddine, Staff WriterAl-Rujaib defined etiquette as the internationally agreed conventional requirements governing social behavior. Personal etiquette, he explained,…

Lisa Mirza Grotts, Etiquette Expert

Mealtime Common Etiquette Mistakes & Dining What-If'sAt the dining table, get comfortable with common etiquette Do's and Don'ts...• Do wait until everyone is seated and served to begin eating or until your host gives the okay.• Do take small…

MIEN Magazine: The Origins of Etiquette

by Jay Remer“Diplomacy is nothing but a lot of hot air,” said a companion to French Statesman George Clemenceau as they rode to a peace conference. “All etiquette is hot air,” said Clemenceau. “But that is what is in our automobile…

Traditional Chinese etiquette declining

By Huang ShanChina.org.cn, August 19, 2010"Traditional etiquette is essential in daily life. Unfortunately, I have little knowledge of that," said Yang Dan, a postgraduate student of China University of Political Science and Law.Treating her…

The Chinese have always put a high value on etiquette and politeness

By JANINE COUGHLIN | From CIB August 2010In fact one of Confucius' Analects offers up what is often known as The Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. That rule matches pretty closely with Chinese-American Syndi Seid's…