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Austrian etiquette explained to refugees
Newly arrived asylum seekers in Austria are being given a helping hand to navigate their new home by a pocket book explaining the do's and don'ts of Austrian life.
The book - which was produced by the Red Cross with the support of state broadcaster ORF - explains some of the etiquettes and cultural habits of Austrians.
A section on food and drinks explains that Austrians "eat a lot of pork, and also beef, chicken, turkey and lamb" and that "many people drink beer or wine, particularly in the evenings."
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