By on January 11, 2013

This is a short preview of our customary feature where we celebrate the hard working product specialists at major auto shows.

Or rather, where I celebrate the hard working product specialists at major Asian auto shows.

Certain other TTAC editors don’t seem to be interested in product specialists. Or they are keeping the good picture for themselves.

In this feature, we will explain the cultural differences that divide Chinese and Japanese auto shows.

At Chinese auto shows, female presence on press days is subdued. They come out en masse when the general public has access.

Today at the Tokyo Auto Salon, it was totally different: Massive contingents during press time. Less later during public access.

Please check back tomorrow.

 

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