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Mei-Ling Chen said in April 22nd, 2010 at 1:40 pm    

One of my fondest memories is as a young Taiwanese woman living in New York back in 1990. My neighbor, a Pakistani diplomat, invited me over for dinner one evening. After a few minutes spent in idle conversation with the guests, the host asked us to sit down. I immediately started looking for a chair while everyone else had assumed places on the floor, which is how Pakistanis dine. Every time when I told the story, everybody laughed. So much so, that even after two decades, I still think about this faux pas.

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