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Asian Practices that Westerners find Weird
Posted 4/11/08

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Malaysian have shower in the morning and night..


very clean!!!
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ok...why is that the westerners always find asians wierd while asains are open-minded to different culture and to think its always the westerners that people say that are more openminded.
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Posted 4/11/08
the practice of hygiene


Shinjy wrote:


uzuke wrote:

Malaysian have shower in the morning and night..


very clean!!!


sometimes morning, afternoon and night, especially during april and october.
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Posted 4/11/08

Shinjy wrote:


uzuke wrote:

Malaysian have shower in the morning and night..


very clean!!!


my mum is a malaysian..and she force me to take a shower twice a day..XDXD
most malaysian children always play outside in the evening, so i guess that's why they take a shower after that..
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yep! three times a day of cleaning! lol... most of the time... when i wake up.... when i get back from schooll..and depending on the time lapse.... before i go to bed....
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Posted 4/11/08
Well those foods aren't as bad as the Rocky Mountain Oysters ;]
Posted 4/11/08

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sometimes morning, afternoon and night, especially during april and october.


dats too much! why especially those months?
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gold fish porn...
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Posted 4/11/08

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dats too much! why especially those months?


if we didn't, we'd stink. April and October are especially hot, and there'll probably be smog too
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Posted 4/11/08

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I think I read this in my english book...

"Westerners" find it awkward when people bow in front of them. Isn't it that most of us welcome each other with like a handshake or a hug or a smile, but some Asians bow in greeting right?...

yeah... so that's what I understood in the book... well, i never really read that book anyway...wahaha


The bowing is definitely more of a Japanese and Korean thing now.

I personally hate it, even though its a respectable cultural custom and all that, bowing just has a little too much subordination in it. But maybe that's just me.

Its more sanitary than shaking hands though .

And the whole durian thing.. I can't stand that stuff. Its not only for the smell, but the texture.. oh gosh. The rest of my family eats it though, so its probably just an acquired taste.
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Posted 4/11/08
I like durian and would try bugs if I ever see it sold anywhere near me.
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Nadeshiko24 wrote:

I think I read this in my english book...

"Westerners" find it awkward when people bow in front of them. Isn't it that most of us welcome each other with like a handshake or a hug or a smile, but some Asians bow in greeting right?...

yeah... so that's what I understood in the book... well, i never really read that book anyway...wahaha


The bowing is definitely more of a Japanese and Korean thing now.

I personally hate it, even though its a respectable cultural custom and all that, bowing just has a little too much subordination in it. But maybe that's just me.

Its more sanitary than shaking hands though .

And the whole durian thing.. I can't stand that stuff. Its not only for the smell, but the texture.. oh gosh. The rest of my family eats it though, so its probably just an acquired taste.


oh it definitely is!.. the shaking hands vs bowing part!...nyahaha
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Posted 4/11/08

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Nadeshiko24 wrote:

I think I read this in my english book...

"Westerners" find it awkward when people bow in front of them. Isn't it that most of us welcome each other with like a handshake or a hug or a smile, but some Asians bow in greeting right?...

yeah... so that's what I understood in the book... well, i never really read that book anyway...wahaha


Japanese do this stuff. I have lived in Japan for like three months and I got used to it. I find it a nice way to say your gratitude; say goodbye; or even welcoming people. I even do this practice here in the Philippines though.

I haven't eat Durian 'cause it smells bad though my friends do like it. Another thing, some places here in the Philippines eat worms - the one from coconuts I guess, bugs (for that matter), farm rats, snakes (the internal organs even the blood) and many more.


ooh!! i remember eating those intestines that they sell on the street barbecues!... it was weird!
Posted 4/11/08
Durian is kind of smelly but the taste is rather unique.
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Posted 4/11/08
some westerners find it weird when we filipinos eat with our hands... "gi-fingers"! haha!
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