Sudanese community dating friends
It is best not to touch someone, but do not recoil if they touch you.
One can be firm but it is better to be calm and even-toned.
Sudanese often show their emotions (happiness, anger) easily; but the foreigner should not risk displaying negative emotions.
If using an interpreter, continually ask the interpreter if your question or comment is acceptable before asking for the translation.
Sudanese love to express their political opinions and you might want to reserve that for later friendly debate.
You should know the Sudanese people are very simple, easygoing people and they have good faith in strangers or people they’ve never met before. Usually they blame the government for the low living standards and the problems they are currently facing in the Middle East.
If family is not the topic of interest to either the host or the guest, asking the host general questions about his country might help break the ice.
Avoid talking about controversial issues such as religious beliefs.Remember hand gestures, facial expressions and tone of voice signify a lot when talking to someone.