See but no touch: A guide to greeting someone without physical contact

Health concerns are changing social interactions as more and more people are thinking twice about handshakes, cheek or hand kisses, and even hugs. People around the world are reviving traditional gestures and coming up with new ways to greet each other without touching.

Check out this guide to greeting someone without physical contact, including Salam Malaysia and the Vulcan Salute. Follow these cultural etiquettes and inventive gestures that are becoming the new normal and stay safe! Most importantly, practice good hygiene and wash your hands.

Meanwhile, check out our series of #MYStayHome stories across all our TSOL Lifestyle channels to help you through the MCO period.

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