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Jeanne Sager Photography. Remember during President Barack Obama's inauguration when his daughters Sasha and Malia Obama hammed it up as the elder girl took shots of their goofy faces and hand signals with her cell phone. That's probably when the nation first realized the first daughters officially entered a stage that confuses parents everywhere. Just what are tweens and teens trying to SAY with those hand signals on Facebook and Instagram anyway? Should parents be worried or are all these crazy hand gestures just innocent teen-aged fun? Maybe a little bit a both?
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While many Thais are very Westernized today and understand the international meaning associated with most cues, their pride in their cultural customs means that as a visitor, being proficient in such non-verbal communication can award you a deeper respect and acceptance among the locals with whom you interact. Thais are receptive to the Western practice of handshaking, and will often do so to make Westerners feel more comfortable , but a tradition that has permeated into all aspects of 21 st century culture is the wai. Used when greeting one another, to say goodbye, or show respect, gratitude, or apology, the hands are placed together in prayer and raised upwards towards the face, while the head lowers in a slight bow and the eyes are lowered. Social status is extremely engrained in the exchange of wais , and the height of the hands is typically dependent on the perceived status or respect of the person you are greeting — monks, superiors, and the elderly are greeted with hands raised to the bridge of the nose, while younger people and subordinates may only receive a slight nod. Regardless, Thais are not overly critical of foreigners making accidental faux paus during their exchange of wais , but will appreciate the effort taken to engage in the revered local custom.
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