Asian forms of nonverbal communication

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Nonverbal communication is an important, learned facet of communication that varies widely by culture. Some gestures that are common friendly gestures in the United States, are seen as offensive in other cultures. For example, in many Asian cultures, it is considered rude to make direct eye contact with other people, especially if they are your superior. While in American culture it is considered to rude to avoid eye contact, people in Asian cultures find it disrespectful to maintain eye contact with someone.
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Nonverbal Communication

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Nonverbal Communication

Non-verbal communication is communication that occurs without words which is continuous. It is body language and environmental context involved in any communication. It is not what is said with words but how it is said and expressed. There are many types of non-verbal communications like eye contact, hand movements, facial expressions, touch, gestures, etc. Non-verbal communication is different from person to person and especially from one culture to another. Cultural background defines their non-verbal communication as many forms of non-verbal communications like signs and signals are learned behavior. As there are differences in meanings of non-verbal communication, miscommunication can occur when inter-cultural people communicate.
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Non-verbal Communication in Different Cultures

Although China is fastly modernizing, there are still vast differences in the ways in which Chinese interact with Western people and the world at large. The key function of Chinese communication strategy boils down to maintaining existing relationships between individuals while emphasizing and adhering to status and role differences, with the ultimate aim being to preserve harmony within the group. China ranks the lowest compared to other Asian countries n the factor of individualism which is greatly attributed to the Communist rule which reiterated on the collective culture. China ranking lowest in the individualism factor is mainly attributed to the high level of a collective society by the communist rule. The low individualism ranking manifests that Chinese value being a member and close to a group, be it a family, extended family, or extended relationships.
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More than half of all information communicated in conversation is done so in nonverbal form, Psychology Today reports. Types of nonverbal communication vary considerably based on culture and country of origin. For individuals working in the realm of international business, understanding how to effectively communicate with peers from across the world is a key competency for their professional wheelhouse.
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