Nonverbal communications in the asian culture
Nonverbal Exploring China
Finally, in American culture, theres a big difference between a wry smile and happy smile, just as in many Asian cultures a masking smile, with corners of the mouth turned down, is a polite way of letting you know what you are doing is not appropriate.
Chinese Culture: Styles of Communication - LaowaiCareer
Asian cultures are typically high context cultures in which gesture, body language, eye contact, pitch, intonation, word stress, and the use of silence are as important as
Chinese Nonverbal Communication Lang-8: For learning
Nonverbal Communication: Different Cultures, Typical Differences Nonverbal communication can be divided into several categories. According to The Provider's Guide to Quality and Culture these categories are: facial expressions, head movements, hand and arm gestures, physical space, touching, eye contact, and physical postures.