Asian and Western Supper Etiquette – Variances

Jack is obtaining a food with his Japanese girlfriend. What troubles is he possessing? And how a lot of problems does he make?


33 thoughts on “Asian and Western Supper Etiquette – Variances”

  1. Hehehe – very stereotypical look at Japanese manners and 'manner'. I've been to Japan and I seriously doubt there are many who would react in such a harsh way to another's lack of knowledge.
    They might laugh a bit perhaps, but frown so much on the poor man – naaah!
    Great clip though

  2. Every asian has a different table manner. For south east asian you could eating using your hands on local restaurant, of course after washing your hand and we never use chopstick as our main eating tool.

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