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Volunteer Translators Taught Proper Manners

Date Posted: 2000-03-17

Six hundred volunteer translators were last week given a detailed lesson on the intricacies related to the treatment of VIPs. The received lessons on etiquette details such as how to bow properly, how to nod, what kind of expression one should keep when facing VIPs, how to dress and how to talk.

Instructors from the Japan Airlines Academy taught that a person should keep his or her backbone straight when bowing in greeting, stop for a moment and then stand straight again. When handing a name card, it should be handed with both hands keeping the card straight in front at the height between chest and waist. And when receiving the other person’s name card, it should be taken again with both hands touching the edges but not touching the letters.

“This education could be useful to everyone, as there are many details most people don’t know,” one participant, Sayuri Miyagi, commented at the end of the training.

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