Charlie @ Discovering Mandarin
Saturday, 19 September 2009
This proverb relates to following local customs when away from home. It is something I believe strongly in; that when travelling you should really try out the things that the locals do. Try their food, drinks, nights out and language.
走乡随乡 zǒuxiāngsuíxiāng To follow local customs
The popular English variation of this Chinese proverb is: 'When in Rome, do as the Romans do.'