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Chinese Workshop New York Message Board › Chinese Workshop: May 8: "Encore Series 4" - Visiting Etiquette

Chinese Workshop: May 8: "Encore Series 4" - Visiting Etiquette

Kat
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May 8: "Encore Series 4" - Visiting Etiquette

We have 8 more Workshops left!!! Kat will miss you all.

Back by popular demand, we are revisiting some of our most popular lessons. If you have missed them the first time around, here's your chance - and maybe the last one - to catch them! Kat is leaving for China in a month, and may be away for up to a year. So ask all your Mandarin questions before she goes!

Visiting a Chinese home? Then there are a few things you may want to do - and another few that you probably should not. What are they and why do or not do them?

You may know about shoes and gifts already, but what do you say if they offer to feed you? How long should you stay? And what do you say before you leave, other than just "thank you"?

Join us and find out all about visiting a Chinese home. Huanying!

When: Thursday, May 8, 7:00 PM
Where: Public Space (Sculpture Garden) at 590 Madison Avenue
Between 56th and 57th Streets (IBM Building), Look for a table with a Meetup sign
Meeting fee: USD10.00 per person (for 2 hours of Mandarin lesson)

*Past and Future "Encore Series" Events:
May 1: "Encore Series 3" - What's Wrong With You?
Apr. 22: "Encore Series 2" - Chinese Drinking Culture
Apr. 15: "Encore Series 1" - For Appearance's Sake
Word Order - Are there really hard and fast rules?

Learn more here:
http://chinese.meetup...­
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