Here in Korea, it will be recognized as OK or money sign and sometimes
the Buddhist image has the sign with one hand.
> This is an unusual request on these lists, but I know that some of you
> will have an answer to the following question:
> We are planning an advertisement that would show a person making the OK
> gesture (thumb and index finger in a circle with other 3 fingers
> straight). Could this be misconstrued as a vulgar gesture in some parts
> of the world?
> Is there a listing of what gestures are appropriate?
> Your input is very much appreciated.
> Thanks and regards
> Arnold F. Winkler - Standards Management
> Tel: 610-648-2055, (Unisys NET-385-2055)
> Fax: 610-695-5473
> E-mail : Arnold.Winkler@unisys.com
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