In Asia, don't show anger over the region's growing economic clout.
In Europe, don't eat with one hand under the table.
In Muslim countries, don't express admiration for Danish cartoonists.
In the South Pacific, don't tell people they live in paradise.
In Cuba, don't say you hope things never change.
In Australia, don't go into a restroom marked "Sheilas" (if you're a man) or into one marked "Blokes" (if you're a woman).
In Canada, don't pretend to be Canadian.
In Germany, don't accept a beer without a head.
In Paraguay, don't say your least favorite musical instrument is the harp.
In Italy, don't order cappuccino after 11 a.m.
In Japan, don't blow your nose.
In Brazil, don't ask, "What's this sawdust doing on my food?" (It's dried manioc.)
In Spain, don't pick up your paper napkin if you drop it at the bar.
In China, don't go on and on about Taiwan.
In Greece, don't say, "I didn't order this," when your ouzo arrives with a small plate of peanuts or olives or cheese. (It's complimentary.)
In Ecuador, don't spray paint graffiti on the Equator.
In England, don't touch the queen.
In Thailand, don't badmouth the king.