Burping in China and More Foreign Dining Do's and Don'ts

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Burping in China and Other Foreign Dining Do's and Don'ts

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Traveling is fraught with cultural miscommunications, especially at the dinner table. How much are you supposed to tip? Do you eat something with your hands or with a knife and fork? And burping is a universal no-no? Believe it or not, in China, burping is seen as a compliment, going against everything your American mother taught you about manners. To help clear up some confusion (and not embarrass yourself), The Restaurant Choice put together a handy infographic on the most common eating habits in seven countries around the world. Click through for a look at how other cultures get their grub on.

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