Some articles on considered rude, rude, considered:
... It is considered rude and unhygienic for a diner to use his or her own chopsticks to pick up food from communal plates and bowls when such utensils are present ... Other potentially rude behaviors with chopsticks include playing with them, separating them in any way (such as holding one in each hand), piercing food with them, or standing them ... (The latter is especially rude, evoking images of incense or 'joss' sticks used ceremoniously at funerals) ...
... However, to actually sit down and eat upon the invitation is considered offensive ... Declining is considered rude to the host who has taken to offer his own food to the guest ... A diner singing at table is considered rude in some areas ...
... (as eating rice with chopsticks is considered rude) ... bit of food in the communal dish, it is considered rude to refuse the offer ... Likewise, it is considered rude to drink alone ...
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