Etiquette – East Asia

Range: 1 day – 6 lessons

Course price: 3.500, – CZK / participant

Date and Time: coming soon

Lecturer: Mgr. Hana Zmeková

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The aim of this course is to introduce you to another culture. To teach candidates to precede different faux pas, to interpret other behaviors that are based on traditions, but also from the country’s customs. Etiquette in Foreign Cultures – Asia is a course that offers participants a comprehensive overview of the principles of social intercourse in private and professional life. The social protocol has its own traditions; it is influenced by the religion, traditions, perseverance and tenacity of individuals who create the culture of the state. They vary from country to country. The partial aim of this course is to point out the differences of rules in individual territories, both in private and business.


Chung-kuo. China, Middle Kingdom

General overview:

• Country and population.

• Nationality composition.

• Differences between urban and rural areas.

History of China:

• Contemporary housing.

• Royal palaces.

• Temples and tombs.

• Gardens, public spaces.

History of Japan:

• Contemporary housing.

• Royal palaces.

• Temples and tombs.

• Gardens, public spaces.

Indonesia History:

• Contemporary housing.

• Royal palaces.

• Temples and tombs.

• Gardens, public spaces.


• Hinduism.

• Buddhism.

• Judaism.

• Christianity.

• Shamanism.

• Islam.


• Japanese family characters.

• Japanese calendar.

• Traditional horoscopes.

• New Year Celebration.

• Ceremonies and festivities that accompany the birth of a child.


• Chinese font is not pictorial.

• Korean plans to abandon characters.

• Japanese characters accepted.

• Calligraphy.

Culture & Arts:

• Painting and woodcarving.

• Theater.

• Folk dolls and cakes.

• Ceramics before and now.

• Fans.


• China.

• Korea.

• Japan.

• Tibet and Mongolia.

Everyday Life:

• Personal names.

• Chopsticks.

• Pets.

• Courtesy and etiquette.

• From sorobans to computers.

Business meeting:

• How to negotiate.

• What is acceptable.

• Business cards and other incidentals.

• Dressing up.

• Social Opportunities.

Martial Arts:

• History.

• Tradition.

• Sport.

• Cuba – Japanese sword guard.

• Fans, katanas, swords.

Tea ceremonies (from label to ceramics).

• Fenk-shui and home.

• Fenk-shui and relationships.

Location and date of the course CIPR

Way of completion and proof of completion: Certificate of completion of the course.

Educational programs will be launched continuously after a sufficient number of applicants enrolls (min. – 10 people).