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Address in Chinese Greeting

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Normally,most of western nations accept hugs(拥抱yōngbào) and kisses(吻wěn) as a well-known form of greeting though a handshake(握手wòshǒu) is still the formal way of greeting individuals. In China, a handshake is a common way to address your greeting.
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Normally,most of western nations accept hugs(拥抱yōngbào) and kisses(吻wěn) as a well-known form of greeting though a handshake(握手wòshǒu) is still the formal way of greeting individuals. In China, a handshake is a common way to address your greeting.

Form of Address:

A form of address is somewhat a reflection of social climate. In China, numerous forms of addresses are used based on situations. Deciding on the proper and appropriate form shows your intelligence and high respect to others. Usually, for Chinese individuals it needs to be in accord with convention and care significantly regarding the personal favor of the people becoming addressed. You will find four major categories:

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