2. In Japan, Often â€œYesâ€ Means â€œNoâ€, and Silence means â€œYesâ€
because of this, very often their interaction may be uncertain or vague. Plus in fact, this vagueness, or â€œaimaiâ€ in Japanese, is a trait that is well-studied Japanese interaction that will be built to be notably ambiguous to protect the â€œwaâ€ or harmony.
Japanese are especially uncomfortable with actually assertive varieties of interaction and effortlessly feel bullied, therefore will frequently appear to be saying â€œyesâ€ also when they suggest no. (mais…)