禮貌 Manners 

Whilst on holiday in Japan this week the news about UA dragging a passenger off a plane went viral around the world.  I flew with a budget airline but wasn’t worried about this happening on my flight. After all, I’m sure no one in their right mind would do  anything so insane again.  More importantly, Japan is well known for their courteous manners.  Upon departure, as the ground staff on the tarmac signalled to our pilot for our plane to leave they did so followed by a ninety degrees bow.  Then as our aircraft gradually moved away they stood there waving us off until we could no longer see them.  This is what I call manners.

這個星期在日本旅行,正好遇上美國聯合航空公司把乘客強行拖落班機的新聞在網上瘋傳。這次我乘搭廉航,但我從來不擔心同樣的事情會在我乘搭的班機上發生,因為日本是極有禮貌的民族。更何況,我相信聯合航空事件只是個別事件,任何有常識的人也不會再犯同樣的錯誤。我們班機準備離開時,停機坪上的工作人員向機長示意可起行,還作出90度鞠躬禮儀。然後他們站在停機坪上向班機揮手,目送我們離開。何謂禮貌,一目了然。

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