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Should I greet my customer at 6pm with “good evening” or “good afternoon”?
+1 to this answer. That's what I would do. If it's still light, then Good afternoon, if dark, then good evening. There really isn't a cut-off time for saying them.
Since “Jap” is a racist/derogatory word, what's an appropriate short form for Japanese/the Japanese language?
This is just in hindsight. From a usability's standpoint, it's actually a lot easier to remember www.learnjapanese.com than let's say learnJA.com. You might wish to take a course in that.