from and Argentinian to know what questions are permissible or how they prefer wine to be poured? Why not just educate all of these foreign guests on how to behave like Brits? On second thought, let's not.
Some interesting reading...
London, England (CNN) -- Avoid saying "thank you" to a Chinese compliment, and don't ask a Brazilian personal questions.
Those are among the tips in a new etiquette guide designed to help create a warm welcome for visitors ahead of the 2012 London Olympics.
My step mother is Korean, and had mentioned never blowing one's nose in front of others, and especially not at the dinner table. The sniffles are difficult to avoid though, when she pulls out the extra hot Kimchi.