If you are the guest of honor, others around the table may be waiting for you to start!Surprisingly, you usually won't see a communal bowl of white rice on the table. If you want rice, ask your server for it; others will probably do the same.Prevent any potential embarrassment to yourself or your host by closely observing these important bits of etiquette: As with eating, drinking is done communally and follows some loose etiquette.
Below, you will find a guide in the form of a table to interpreting "signs" in how a guy asks a girl out on a date and his actions during and after the date.
A term commonly used among girls to describe men with a knack for courtship is "细心" (translated: careful, attentive, meticulous) and I think this is very much the case. S., I think girls talk about guys who are "sensitive" but it's not quite the same thing. If you find yourself in these circumstances you should gauge the personality of the man.
The chair facing the entrance (or east, if possible) is known as the "command seat"—the Eastern equivalent to "the head of the table." Sitting there without being offered is very cheeky. Don't turn down the seat if it is offered to you.
This spot is usually reserved for the person of the highest status as determined by age, social standing, occupation, etc. In a formal setting, the closer that people are seated to the person of highest status, the higher their rank.
If things go well, he might arrange for other outings, but if he doesn’t like how things are going he’ll leave right after he finishes his cup of coffee. He does have manners, waits until the last moment to express his true desires, it’s much better than a one-night stand.