Dining etiquette from around the world

I rarely cross post material from other writers/food bloggers, but a website called Etiquette Scholar caught my immediate attention when I searched the internet seeking to know more about the dining etiquette in Korea.  What I found was a complete list of dining etiquette and customs from around the world. 
So if you’re curious to know what to do when you hear “Buen Provecho” in Colombia? Or you’re not sure what it means to eat from a communal plate in Ethiopia? I think you better check out Etiquette Scholar to find out. It might save you from being the last person to eat at the dinner table.