- Wear appropriate clothing; no need to be beautiful or fancy, but clothing should be
neat, clean, and easy on the eyes.
- When you see an adult, you should approach and respectfully greet them.
- Do not howl, point, or wave at people when you’re at an elevated place looking down.
- Do not smoke, chew food, or sing while walking on the street.
- If you are in a car, get out to respectfully greet an adult. You can also greet a younger
person by nodding to them.
- Go home when it gets dark. If you can’t go home on time, call, or send a text message
to folks at home.
- Do not wave or greet others in the middle of a busy street or big crowd.
- When seeing someone you know on the street, don’t linger, and talk too long.
- Do not stand in the middle of the road. Look both sides of the street before crossing.
Do not fight with other drivers for a space or lane.
- Walk with steady steps, straight posture with mouth closed while looking straight
- Give up your seat or right of way when you see the elderly, women, and children.
- When someone asks for directions, show them clearly and whole-heartedly. If
someone gives you directions, remember to express your appreciation and gratitude before
- Do not enter an old desolate temple alone. When you are with another person, do not
look down a deep well together.
- Get off the horse first when crossing a bridge. When you are on a boat, do not fight for
the right of way when crossing a river.
- Do not arbitrarily put your head, hands out of a car, boat, or airplane and especially,
do not blow your nose or spit outside.