Chinese companies face culture shock in countries that aren’t like China - As they venture into foreign democracies, many Chinese companies experience culture shock. Having made their money in a one-party state, where political connections are the key to a successful business and the rule of law is easy to sidestep, they are finding things just aren’t as simple abroad.- The Washington Post
Wacky and Weird Food and Drink Laws Around the World--Do As The Locals Do. In 2011, Dubai's Foreign Office decreed that tourist holidaying in the UAE during Ramadan should be considerate of local laws and customs, which means no eating or drinking during the day. Tourists face the risk of being thrown in jail for eating, drinking, or smoking in public.
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The Most Inexplicable Foreign Laws It’s a strange debate where Sen. Rand Paul comes off as the most sensible contender on the stage. The shockwaves sounded three times during the GOP debate’s testy phase on foreign policy Wednesday night. First, after Carly Fiorina said she wouldn’t so much as meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin...