In this essay, lalita Khosla   who is a writer and filmmaker of Indian descent expressing how dealing with people of other cultures arise differences. Not necessarly in daily life, but she is indicating in business world too where lot of money is involved. Just with the impression one creates, deals can be made or break. Specifically, Lalita incident how the little gesture made by Heltzer from 3M’s to Sumitomo Trading Co, built a trust and became a successful business joint venture. She also points how the rift between American and French engineers almost destroyed the project.
Since I am a student, I do not have much of a business experiences to share; however, I do like to share about my experiences with people in United States (U.S). I am a student from India who came to U.S for pursuing Undergraduate. Here, I meet many people of different backgrounds than us. More than studying, I believe, I am enjoying meeting people of other cultures. I am enjoying just meeting and spending time with people rather than travelling around to see skyscrapers or monuments.
As a student, I have a college experience to share with about a professor. The way we approach professors in my country and here are quite different. We never call professors with their names in my county. If someone does, it will be seen as disrespect. Whenever I meet professors here, I will get introduced with their names. Since I was never used to approach professors with names, still I call professor or Dr whenever I come across with them. I had a professor who kept on repeating his name often when I called him just professor. I didn’t understand at first why he was repeating his name when I called him professor. After thinking for some time, Later, I assumed that he may have thought that I was forgetting his name due to which I was calling him professor.
              Other occurrence which still surprises me in college is the way students sit in class here. At first I got shock of my life when I saw...