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Here’s how you eat food in different countries

Taboos are everywhere, even when it comes to dining. Lucky for you, a dining etiquette infographic by Visual.ly has been made to make sure you never make a faux pas while abroad. This chart features some things you might not be aware of while dining overseas, such as, be ready to share your food while dining in Thailand (that sucks – who wants to share their delicious Thai?) and don’t ask for cheese in Italy unless it’s explicitly offered. Tipping in China can also be seen as rude, while belching is a compliment to the chef. [Infographic created by Restaurant Choice]

Via Foodbeast

This infographic shows what to do and what not do while dining out in China
This infographic shows what to do and what not do while dining out in India
This infographic shows what to do and what not do while dining out in Japan
This infographic shows what to do and what not do while dining out in Portugal
This infographic shows what to do and what not do while dining out in Thailand

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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