The Importance of

Etiquette

Savoir-faire is the knowledge of just what to do in any situation; tact.  Savoir-vivre is the knowledge of the world and the ways or usages of polite society.

 

 

For Beijing’s Miss Manners, this is not just about telling a shrimp cocktail fork from a chopstick: she wants to launch nothing less than a cultural revolution in decorum. “Institute Sarita is the first step in creating a global etiquette movement,” she says, noting that etiquette really means “showing respect and consideration for others”.
- Financial Times

 

Savoir-faire and savoir-vivre are critical today: knowing how to make introductions, dress tastefully, or which cutlery to use at the dining table. All aspects of daily life are subject to refining if one wants to become a sophisticated gentleman or lady. But it is never too late. Etiquette and good manners can be taught and learned.


Our mission is to help you develop important skills that will support both your private and professional lives, refining you into an elegant lady or confident business executive that will help you achieve your social endeavours, seek overseas investors, or make an impression at a job or university interview. We help China better understand the world, and better express itself to the world.

 

Institute Sarita is China’s leading finishing school and is listed as "The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2014" by Fast Company magazine.

为孩子规划未来

孩子的生活也许有一部分是无法预料的,但有许多其实是可以计划的。作为一名尽责的家长,需要尽早为孩子的将来做规划。瑞雅礼仪创始人何佩嵘女士,可以协助您,为您的孩子筹划未来-帮助计划他的学业,培养兴趣爱好,选择适合的体育项目增强体制,策划假期生活,安排实习,推荐工作等等,让他成为一个多才多艺、全面发展的国际公民。

COURSES

Students may choose an etiquette course to suit their own needs:

PRESS

Institute Sarita has been featured in the Financial Times, New York Times, China Daily, CCTV News, Forbes Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, and more.

 

Founder and Principal Sara Jane Ho is on the Forbes 2013 list “Future Women in the Mix in Asia: 12 to Watch.”