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  • Mar 26, 2012
  • 02:44 PM

Sam Sullivan's 'greeting fluency' program aimed at bridging cultures and building community

Denise Ryan / Vancouver Sun
"It's the first words that give you the most benefits," said Sullivan. "You wouldn't believe what happens when you walk into a Thai restaurant and greet someone in their own language." In a city like Vancouver, where more than 100 languages are spoken, the benefits of greeting fluency go beyond charm and politesse.

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