The question is not asked about people who are simple and predictable. We ask it only about complex, interesting people whose responses might surprise as well as illuminate. Their very complexity makes it impossible to know what they would say about a situation that they did not face in their lifetimes. That realization leads to two questions.
See Values Dissonancefor when this happens to the audience. There's also Pop-Culture Isolation. Often an element of Fantastic Racism. Suddenly, a female employee creeps up to him and cuts off his tie with a pair of scissors, and then gives him a kiss, in the course of Weiberfastnacht.
Unfortunately, in Buff Clan culture, a white flag means the resolve to fight until death. Played for humour in Sayonara, Zetsubou-SenseiKaere, a returnee is offended by various gestures that "In her country" mean odd things.
Also Maria is a reverse example; seeing negative things in Japanese society as positive things. Her reaction to a pedophile accosting a little girl; "People in Japan are so nice to little kids".
Major part of the background of the Skypiea arc of One Piece. Montblanc Norland comes to an island plagued by disease and worshiping a snake-god. He proceeds to cut down their sacred trees and slay their god dessall in their own best interest.
Though his actions were for the better, his refusal to consult with them or even explain himself demonstrates an arrogance that eventually alienates him, setting up the requisite tragic backstory. Being American, she's never really accepted by her classmates, due to the highly ethno-centric nature of Japanese society, despite having been raised there from a very young age.
Returning to America for high school, she discovers that she is culturally much more Japanese than American, and finds herself an outsider again.
Her overreactions to this result in her clashing with both cultures, and prevents her from making any close personal connections in either Japan or America, until she meets open-minded protagonist Hanabishi Kaoru several years prior to the beginning of the story.
Turns out the restaurant's name uses an old Japanese word for China that many Japanese see as no worse than old-fashioned, but the mainland Chinese consider highly insulting. Good thing Shiro has the connections to set things right. In Kyo Kara Maoh!
Wolfram's brothers beg Yuuri to take it back. Yuuri, who thinks he's just insulted Wolfram back, swears he never will.
Turns out that's how they propose marriage around those parts. The engagement stands for almost three straight seasons, and by the third everyone either considers them married or has forgotten about the proposal altogether. It can sometimes be hard to tell. There is a major culture clash between Ichigo and Byakuya in Bleach 's "saving Rukia" arc.On the Backroad to Heaven is a unique guide to the world of Old Order Anabaptist groups.
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