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Japanese Business Etiquette - What to do (and what not to do), by Dr. Emi Murayama, Japanese language instructor, East Asian Languages and Literatures, UH Mānoa
|Title:||Japanese Business Etiquette - What to do (and what not to do), by Dr. Emi Murayama, Japanese language instructor, East Asian Languages and Literatures, UH Mānoa|
|Date Issued:||25 Mar 2021|
|Abstract:||In this workshop for current UHM undergraduate students, participants will be exposed to basic-level
business etiquette - the verbal and non-verbal behavior expected in Japanese business environment. The
instructor will touch upon some important concepts and provide a crash-course in what to do (and what
not to do) when meeting with Japanese people for business purposes. The participants must have at
least one-year of Japanese language background. They must also agree to keep their zoom video on
during the workshop. The workshop is limited to 15 participants.
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