Etiquette ingrains deeply in society that reflects one’s culture and the heritage. With the changing times, and fusion of cultures, greeting methods have taken to different forms that vary with customs. Every Continent has different greeting style expressions in times of happiness, grief, and casual. You may meet a Japanese, they do bow with hands closed an inheritance of Buddhist culture.
In the US, rules of etiquette differ; if you meet, they will maintain a formal introduction by taking their names with a firm handshake. In Australia, the manners and etiquette changes, man extends a hand to shake-hand only if a woman offers him a hand and, woman never shakes hand with another woman in company.
Expressing Greeting are Custom Dependent
You can find different customs that engage greeting in different ways. In United Arab Emirates, in a get together, when you start to shake a hand, you can give a lingering shake to the oldest person first and never pull away too soon. In China, it is business etiquette they always grip lightly and bow slightly with you. When you are shaking a hand with the oldest, you should never maintain an eye contact. In the United Kingdom, after you shake a hand, it is customary to maintain some distance and speak up. In France, when two people greet each other, they shake it quickly and lightly. In Switzerland, when people meet each other, they greet by spelling the opponent’s last name and title as miss, or mister, a social etiquette.