If we take the case of two very different cultures, eastern cultures like prevailing in China, against western like America. There is the difference of the dimensions of culture, which are discussed above (aief-usa.org). Asian cultures are collective in nature, which follow group structures, and strongly believe in hierarchies of the organization. They believe in following group decisions and especially regard the decision of higher ups. Because of their group orientation, they are friendlier in nature and value relationships throughout their lives. They respect their traditional values passed to them by their early generations and have a long-term orientation (JIA, 2006). Believing strongly in associations, respect, peer influence, Asian people like Chinese are not so open to criticisms, any controversial topics and thus avoid direct confrontations. On the contrary, Americans or west people are individualist in nature, believing and focusing more on self-concept (aief-usa.org). They don’t care about society or other people; prefer individual tasks, autonomy, freedom and equality. They are prone towards their own self achievements and are open, direct and bold as compared to eastern people. With such characteristics, they are comfortable in discussing any sort of conflict openly and directly without any hesitation or discomfort (aief-usa.org). Americans usually does not accept power distance and believe more in their authority, ready to speak out even against higher ups if needed. They regard both genders equally in all the affairs, and are low on uncertainty avoidance, speaking out rightly when something seems ambiguous or unfair (aief-usa.org). However, Chinese culture promotes acceptance of decisions by the upper level decision makers and are high on uncertainty avoidance as well as power distance. They value respect for elders, seniors and human relations more than profit and thus do not enter into any agreements at the first meeting, but judges the counter party thoroughly before reaching a decision (Zhu &McKenna, 2007). They believe in fulfilling other’s expectations of them unlike Americans who solely cares about their own selves, equality and justice (aief-usa.org).