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New Zealand PowerPoint Presentation: (Sample)

This New Zealand PowerPoint will teach you about the country's culture, customs, family life, gender roles, cuisine, etiquettes for dining, social and business interactions, and much more to assist you in your travels. Did you know that New Zealand was the first country to give women the right to vote? Or that New Zealand is the first country in the world to see each new day?

The complete version highlights these facts and much more:
• 16 Points on General Information
• 9 Points on Maori Culture
• 10 Points on Food
• 10 Points on Food Etiquette
• 21 Points on Social Etiquette
• 12 Points on Business Etiquette
• 19 Points on Trivia.

This New Zealand PowerPoint will teach you about the country's culture, customs, family life, gender roles, cuisine, etiquettes for dining, social and business interactions, and much more to assist you in your travels. Did you know that New Zealand was the first country to give women the right to vote? Or that New Zealand is the first country in the world to see each new day?

The complete version highlights these facts and much more:
• 16 Points on General Information
• 9 Points on Maori Culture
• 10 Points on Food
• 10 Points on Food Etiquette
• 21 Points on Social Etiquette
• 12 Points on Business Etiquette
• 19 Points on Trivia.

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New Zealand PowerPoint Presentation: (Sample)

  1. 1. NEW ZEALAND readysetpresent.com
  2. 2. Maori Culture (3 of 3) 10 Length of time is between 30 minutes to 3 hours. Visitors cannot eat until the food has been ‘blessed’ by an elder of the home in Powhiri. “Powhiri” is a formal welcome ceremony that takes place on a “Marae”.
  3. 3. Social Etiquette (5 of 6) 20 Refer to a person by his or her honorific title and surname. Bring a small gift such as flowers, chocolates, or a book if invited to a Kiwi’s (New Zealander’s) house. Gifts are opened when received.
  4. 4. Business Etiquette (2 of 4) 23 Punctuality is very important in New Zealand society. Unpunctual behavior may be interpreted as unreliable. Bargaining is not appropriate. The negotiating process takes time.
  5. 5. Trivia (4 of 5) 29 Sheep out number New Zealanders by 10 – 1. New Zealanders invented: The child-proof pill bottle The crinkle in your hairpins so that they do not fall out! The pop-lid on self sealing paint tins The totalizer machine used for racing and sports betting The tear back Velcro-strip
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