No handshakes at meet and greet? Tech show adapts to virus


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Can't we all just get along?

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The namaste is the best replacement for handshake, no issue of soft or strong handshake, equally respectfull to all.

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When SARS was the problem many Chinese readopted the old pre communist folded hands and bow rather than the handshake.

I can understand the reluctance to attend, having been to a lot of similar events they are a perfect venue for the transmission of diseases.

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I have long thought that handshakes are a bad idea for large gatherings. Crazy to shake 100s of hands in a day during flu season and the like.

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Learn from the Japanese: Start bowing politely.

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