Australia is a very tolerant country with people coming from different cultures. Although Australia has a lot of traditions, each member of the community are encouraged to maintain and share cultural values and religion within the framework of the French law as well as respect the rights of others. To adapt to the life in the Australian community, it is important to be aware of this custom.
1.Meet and communication
When meeting someone for the first time, you usually have to shake the right hand with your right hand. They will not kiss or hug when meeting anyone for the first time.
Australians would not feel comfortable if they are asked questions relating to age, marital status and finances. Instead of such a case in Vietnam, with the Australians, you should call them with surname or noun unless you are asked.
When talking to an Australian, you should look at their face because they assume that it’s you are respecting them and it’s a sign of listening.
Australians tend to think that people do not say “please” or “thank you” is the lack of courtesy. Therefore, “Please” and “thank you” are useful words when you come to this country. These words help you build better relationships with Australian in communicating with someone or purchasing anything.
Australia is a multicultural community. The variety of clothing of people here also partly reflects this diversity. There is no specific provision on how to dress. Many people dress according to social situations and weather. For example, when they are at the beach, they can dress cool without worry to be said flirting or prostitutes because in Australia, anyone will be legally protected from physical attack.
In Australia, people never bargain when shopping except you go shopping at the second hand market or buy a whole new wardrobe department in a store. In such cases, you may require a little less.