Belajar Dari Perspektif yang Berbeda “.... poking your tongue out is the most obvious sign of pukana, facial gestures including raising the eyebrows, showing the whites of the eyes and—for women—traditionally frowning of the mouth, while men poke out the tongue. Simultaneously it is a threat and a warning. Your ancestors stand behind you and battle is imminent. To people and cultures not familiar with it, it must I assume seem very primitive and even funny, but as with Haka it is an artform admired and discussed in detail when perfected.
Haka also is used for the double purpose of preparing yourself physically and mentally for battle by flooding your veins with adrenaline, as well as asking the question of your opponent if they're ready by showing your power, discipline, virility and in part intimidating them.” Budaya dan kebiasaan berbeda di tiap tempat. Untuk sebagian orang hal ini seperti menyindir atau offensive. Namun tidak bagi suku lokal disini.
Jadi ingat, di SG membayar uang di kasir tidak sopan jika uangnya diletakkan di meja, harus langsung ke tangan kasirnya. Mereka biasanya sudah mengulurkan telapak tangannya untuk menerima uang.
See from other perspective is a way to learn and understanding others.
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