My question is inspired by this one: Japanese etiquette: Most common (and offensive) mistakes? Which made me think about my upcoming trip to China.
As a Dutch citizen, I have experienced a lot that what we consider normal behavior, is considered rude or absolutely not-done, in other, even bordering, European countries. I've not been in Asia before, but I am prepared to try to adjust to the local customs as much as possible, and I think there is a lot that can be done wrong.
I've read the linked question with great interest, but I wonder to what degree these answers will actually apply to China?
For example, I recently learned that when toasting, you show respect by keeping your glass lower than the other.