Cultures, according to Hofstede, are those characteristics which differentiates one group of people from another. These characteristics can be in terms of religion, ethnicity, language, nations, countries, genders, occupations and organizations (Hofstede). A person develops certain characteristics which later are called as his culture by his social environment. His surroundings, his people, knowledge that he gets since his early life time, education, mates, etc, everyone is involved in the formation of this culture (Hofstede). Culture marks out the reason of differences between a person’s values, norms, beliefs, behaviors, motivations, intentions and all his traits. Same way, national culture can be defined as those characteristics or values that distinguish people of one nation from another (Jandt, 2006). These values can be categorized into 5 main categories that are power distance, individualism or collectivism, masculinity or femininity, uncertainty avoidance and Confucianism incorporating face and guanxi. Power distance refers to what extent the less powerful members of society accept the unequal distribution of power (Jandt, 2006). Individualism is being one-sided or autonomous whereas collectivism is the degree of integration into groups. Masculinity or femininity refers to the distribution of roles between genders and uncertainty avoidance looks at the society’s tolerance for any unacceptable condition or any ambiguity (Jandt, 2006). Confucianism emphasizes on the responsibilities between five relationships as being most important. These are between father and son, ruler and subject, husband and wife, brother to brother and friend to friend. Face is basically the concept of self-image. Chinese people want others to consider them of high caliber and profile (Zhu & McKenna, 2007). They want to see them having a strong and good image in front of the other party. Guanxi is a term meaning relationships which are highly valued by Chinese. National cultural values are hard to change and it takes many generations to change them.