But as a culture thing? Ppl in here touch and hug a lot.
How will that be accept in ur country? Will ppl react the same way or it will make them feel uncomfortable?
Definitely a culture thing. We're not completely averse to hugging here, though. I tend to get hugs from female coworkers on special celebrations. All-male hugs are normally reserved for family. Such a hug would probably be unnatural to many. But an all-female hug would not.
The touching part aside from celebratory hugs and introductional handshakes is very rare. I try to touch a little when occasion arrives, probably because I have plenty experience with non-Nordics, but it's not done by many. Can be interpreted wrong also. Lay a consoling hand on the shoulder of a distressed girl and some will think it's an untimely pass at her. Maybe even sexual harassment if it's an underling.