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  1. BodyLanguage - Gestures • Name : Lulu LU (陸怡茹) • Class : BA 2乙 • IDNO. 499382227

  2. High Five • The high five is a gestures which means the celebratory of success . • This gesture is often preceded verbally by the phrase "Give me five" or "High five".

  3. High Five Game – Too Slow • Too slow is a high five game which has a song in rhyme “up high, to the side, to the other side, down low, too slow!” Up high , to the side to the other side down low too slow! (Lose~)

  4. Victory Sigh • The V sign has various meanings, depending on the cultural context and how it is presented. It is most commonly used to represent the letter V as in "victory", as a symbol of peace (usually with palm outward), as an offensive gesture (palm inward ), to represent the number two, and as purely expressive gesture with no intended meaning.

  5. Shrug • Shrug is an indication of an individual either not knowing an answer to a question, or not caring about a result. It can also be used when someone is simply ignoring the person's question. It is very common in Western culture, rather than saying "I don't know“ .

  6. Fist Bump • The fist bump is a gesture similar in meaning to a handshake or high five. A fist bump can also be a symbol of giving respect. It can be followed by various other hand and body gestures and may be part of a dap greeting.

  7. Air Quotes • Air Quotes are are virtual quotation marks formed in the air with one's fingers when speaking. • Air quotes are often used to express satire, sarcasm, irony or euphemism, and are analogous to scare quotes in print.

  8. Pound Hug • Pound Hug is a stylized greeting which symbolically and effectively removes interpersonal barriers and unites the two persons embracing, the male hug—performed by keeping the right hand locked in handshake while the left arm wraps around the other's shoulder—interposes the obstacle of the two right arms to the joining of the two bodies. The origin of this hug is not clear.