When you chew some delicious food, and you come across something unchewable (this is not a real word), would you simply spit it on the table? Of course not. But in large parts of the world, including China, spitting bones and other undesired food straight onto the table is quite the norm. Why is it that table manners are so different from culture to culture, and what does it have to do with class warfare and veganism?
By Daniel Isler