For example :

I'm French, and I'd like to ask a question on how to avoid having to kiss people on the cheeks every day without being rude.

Would this question be on scope here even if it's set in a specific country?

Proposal: Interpersonal Skills

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    Make this into an example question and you should be able to find your response! – Ken Graham Jun 2 '16 at 4:08

Yes, restricting a question to a specific country/culture/region is OK.

Actually, I would say it is even recommended for most questions.

For instance, rules of interaction with your father will be very different if you live in Tokyo or Napoli or Catatumbo.

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Those questions are okay. I would even advocate a rule that bans questions about etiquette where the person asking the question fails to specify the cultural context.

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