-A word to describe the peoples of Asia 's uncanny negotiating skills that are acquired from birth. (These skills are mostly used to solve algebraic equations). Unfortunately these skills cannot be used in any other instance that doesn't involve mathematics. Asian negotiators were let go for they could not seem to discern which direction they should be facing on account of their terrible eyesight.
-In one case, Chinese negotiator, Dong Soo Kim, who was very skilled in Asian Persuasion, had a record breaking 542 failed negotiations. Due mostly because he could not effectively fight his way out of a wet paper bag.
-Asian Persuasion can be used against one's self as with the case that one convinced themselves that turning into oncoming traffic is a good idea and will benefit both insurance policy holders and the progress of modern arithmetic and rice production.
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