On a recent trip to India, Mr. Chen, a prominent Chinese executive, dined with his Indian client, Mr. Patel. Mr. Chen commented that the food was spicy, which Mr. Patel interpreted as an opportunity to discuss Indian cuisine. After lengthy explanations, Mr. Chen commented again that the food was spicy. What happened here? What barrier is likely getting in the

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On a recent trip to India, Mr. Chen, a prominent Chinese executive, dined with his Indian client, Mr. Patel. Mr. Chen commented that the food was spicy, which Mr. Patel interpreted as an opportunity to discuss Indian cuisine. After lengthy explanations, Mr. Chen commented again that the food was spicy. What happened here?

What barrier is likely getting in the way of clear communication?

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