1. Your introduction is important in Taiwan but instead of introducing yourself let a third person introduce you.
2. Leave some rice in your bowl when you're finished, it is a sign of appreciation.
3. Keep touching someone's head, especially that of a child, in your 'Not to Do' list.
4. If you want to scoot from a party, choose the time when tea is served after a meal.
5. You can give accolades to your host by tapping your thumb on the table.
6. Avoid winking, pointing your index finger at someone and putting your hand on someone's shoulder. These gestures are rude.
7. Do not feel awkward if you see someone taking a big burp after having a meal, it's a way of appreciating the cook there.
8. Never nod your head while greeting someone, it is an unbefitting gesture.
9. Do not let your feet touch or point at something, as they are considered dirty.
10. Waiters in Taiwan do not expect a tip, so you don't need to add some extra percent in your bill.