In Japan, instead of writing your signature on legal documents, adults are expected to use a personal seal, called either a hanko or inkan. Usually stamped with red ink, the seal leaves a round circle with your last name written in its center, showing your acceptance and confirmation of the document or transaction.
Whether visiting South Korea on business, for tourism or even hosting Korean colleagues or clients in your own country, this guide will help you understand your South Korean counterparts, improve communication and get the relationship off to the right start. How do we know all this information? Well, we are experts in cultural awareness training courses on Korean culture!
10 Facts to Help You Understand Chinese Culture China's culture stretches to the corners of the world through the overseas Chinese population and influence, but it can still seem a very different and mysterious culture. Here are 10 fascinating facts that will help you understand Chinese culture. — Lees op www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/chinese-culture-facts.htm
“Largely self-taught, Van Gogh believed that drawing was “the root of everything.”” — Lees op www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/gogh_d/hd_gogh_d.htm
Takashi Amano x Oceanário de Lisboa The Road to the World’s Largest Nature Aquarium Takashi Amano, the aquascaper representing Japan, challenges for truly unprecedented and unexplored front. — Lees op www.adana.co.jp/en/lisbon/
Aquarium Aquaponic Wall: I built an aquaponic wall above my ten gallon fish tank.Aquaponics use shared water between fish and terrestrial plants, allowing the plants to remove fish poop from the water and be fertilized by it. In any fish tank the ammonia in fish waste is ... — Lees op www.instructables.com/id/Aquarium-Aquaponic-Wall/
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With its bold, wide variety of different tastes and textures, it’s no surprise that Korean food has been gaining a lot of popularity in recent years. Now that it’s finally truly autumn, the weather has cooled down enough to enjoy the best of what Korean cuisine has to offer: soup. You read that correctly. Bulgogi … Continue reading Five Hearty Korean Soups to Warm You Up This Autumn — Autumn Abroad
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A book is an adventure! It has been on my bedside table for several years now: "The tale of Genji" by Murasaki Shikibu. A very extensive work written between 1000 and 1008 in Japan and certainly belongs to the big one world classics. I have to be ready for such a job. The mind open, … Continue reading A book is an adventure!