and they have a lot of questions to ask each other. When we mustered up the courage to chat with foreigners, we couldn’t ask these questions. For foreigners who have lived in Taiwan for a while, it can be described as unbearable. its disturbance. Some foreigners said, "I get tired of the same questions." "I'm really tired of dealing with the same questions asked by Taiwanese." In fact, there are better ways to ask these questions. The following is a clever way to address these questions. Asking in a different way can not only make foreigners feel troubled but also keep the topic endless! FAQ 1 Are you American? Are you American ?
This is the first question that Taiwanese people tend to have when they want to express their kindness, but it also reflects our poor imagination of foreigners. Hey! Look at the world map, the world is very vast, not every foreigner is an American! Using this way of questioning is also easy to embarrass the other party and make it difficult to continue the topic. >> To ask without sms services any prejudice, we can say: Where are you from? Where are you from ? In this way, the use of open-ended questioning can make the question more sustainable and show our respect for foreign cultures. FAQ 2 Do you like stinky tofu or pearl milk tea? Do you like stinky tofu or pearl milk tea? Foreigners
who have lived in Taiwan for a while are really bothered by the repetitive questions of Taiwanese. In fact, they don’t ask some very specific questions for foreigners abroad. Taking the UK as an example, they don't ask Asians in the UK if they like to eat fish and chips? Instead, they regard foreigners as part of multiculturalism. Even if they are of different nationalities, it is like meeting new friends. the content of the conversation. >>Let the conversation have a different spark, we changed it to this: How is Taiwanese food different from your home country?