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Nippon

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Transcript of Nippon

World's Map
Nippon
Land of the Rising Sun
73%
Agriculture
Industry
Residence
NOT
suitable for
Import
Machinery
&
Equipments
Fossil
Fuels
Food
stuffs

Chemicals
Textiles
Raw materials
108 active Volcanoes
Earthquakes
Tsunami
Japan is the most advanced country
in Asia
3rd
World's
Economy
High Standards of Living
Economic Wealth
Religions in Japan
84%
Buddhism Shintoism
0.7%
Christianity
Cultural Practices
Kabuki
Bonsai
Sumo
Sadou
Kimono
Origami
Japan
Trinh Thi Nhi Hue
Nguyen Quoc Duy
Dang Minh Nhat
Tran Phan Lam Thao
Lam Hoang Phuc
Ngo Thuy Van Anh
University of Pedagogy
Class: 4 TMA
Group members:
JAPAN
Truong Nguyen Cat Phuong
Tran Thi Xuan An
Pham Thi Van Anh
Vu Hoang Anh
Vu Nguyen Yen Vy

Warm-up -----------------------------------------Hue
General Background--------------------Pham Van Anh
Traditional Values-------------------------Duy & Phuc
Gestures-------------------------Pham Van Anh & Duy
Dos and Don'ts ---------------------Phuc & Hoang Anh
Unique Japan---------------------------Phuong & Nhat
Negative Sides-------------------------------------Hue
Conclusion--------------------------------Ngo Van Anh
Games-------------------------------------Ngo Van Anh
Q & A--------------------------------------Ngo Van Anh
Outline

Background
General
Traditional
Values
Politeness
Punctuality
Sense of Community
Diligence
Don'ts
Dos &
Give a bow when you see each other
Dos :
Give business card in the first meeting
Give gift when starting business relationship
Keep silent and knock fingers when showing agreement
Hug and touch each other
Put your partner’s
business card in the pocket
Don't open the gift in front of your partner
Ask private questions
Unique
Japan
Inemuri
Karaoke & Alcohol
Washlet
Vocaloid = Vocal+ Android
Japanese girls & Fashion
It's happened to be Japan!
Yaeba-Double teeth
Ganguro
Harajuku
Lolita
Traditional Values
Don'ts :
Gestures
Washlet
Negative

Sides
Conclusion

Games
Sign contract
Question 1:

What do the characters making up Japan’s name mean?

a. Sun – origin
b. Sun – rising
c. Sun – shining
d. Sun –landing

Question 2
Which of the following is NOT a Japanese traditional value?

a. Politeness
b. Diligence
c. Punctuality
d. Individualism

Question 3
What does this gesture mean?





a. “You are so devilish”
b. “I am angry now”
c. “I want to kill you”
d. “You are cheated”

Question 4
Which of the following should we NOT do when having business meeting in Japan?

a. Giving business card in first meeting
b. Knocking fingers to show agreement
c. Asking personal questions
d. Nodding head when seeing each other

Right answer: B
Right Answer: D
Right Answer: B
Right Answer: C
Question 7
The official religions in Japan are Buddhism and:

a. Shintoism
b. Christianity
c. Protestantism
d. Muslim


Question 6
Right Answer: A
Right Answer: B
Question 5
What is considered as a beauty standard in modern Japan?

a. Straight and even teeth
b. Tanned skin
c. One-lid eyes
d. Double tooth


Right Answer: D
Question 8
How to call the act of sleeping on the job in Japanese?

a. Inimure
b. Enemuri
c. Inemuri
d. Yaeba

Right Answer: C
In Japan, business contracts are often signed:

a. In restaurants
b. In karaoke rooms
c. In bars
d. In coffee shops

Multiple choices
Guessing game
You will have 10 clues including pictures describing Japanese features.

The representatives from 2 teams have to face their backs against the screen and guess the keyword of each clue.

JUST GESTURES NO TALKING

Key: Ninja
Key: Origami
Key: Double tooth
Key: Suicide
Key: Sorry
Key: Bonsai
Key: Sumo
Key: Samurai
Key: Doraemon
Key: Disapproval

Thank you for attention!
/arigatou/
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