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Episode one logoEpisode One: Journey to the Top: Exploring Mount Fuji

This is an Episodic show. You can listen to it in any order, but episode one is always a great place to start.

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What does it mean if a monk from Tibet sticks their tongue out at you?   What should you do if someone leans in for a kiss on the cheek in France?!  In this podcast episode, we take a journey around the world to explore the diverse and fascinating ways that people greet each other in different cultures and languages. From handshakes and hugs to bows and nods, we’ll discover the many unique ways that people show respect and affection to one another. 

 Special thank you to our friends, Amy, Julian, Priyanka for helping us fact check this episode!
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