Even something as simple as a grasshopper can mean different things in different cultures: U.S.—Pest China—Pet Northern Thailand—Appetizer That example, taken from an HSBC global bank ad seen at Heathrow airport in London, was just one of many reasons cross-cultural communications can go awry, said Ulla Buchner-Howard, CMP, DFA, adjunct professor at New York University’s Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management, at the MeetingsNet Beyond ...

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