When Tony interrupted her speaking again and again, she was losing face at that time. Tony just kept asking her to answer his question what the behavior protocols were. So Julie tried to maintain her face through arguing with him, by interrupting him too and repeated her own topic again. She maintained calm and elegant and argued with Tony that it was not the audience’s question and what she talked about was answering his questions. And at last, she got her ideas into shape and concluded the discussion well. It got a good reaction as the audience applauded and approved what she said. She didn’t have any special facial expression, and only when she argued, she had some gesture to show her strong will to convince others. She succeeded at last.
Julie didn’t use special ways to build relationship with the audience. She kept strict during the whole process, so she used a way of regulator and kept eye contact with the audience or the hosts. When other guests spoke, she was looking at them seriously. When arguing with Tony, she also kept her eye on him. It was a way to show the respect and also could get the effect of monitoring. Her withering stare was really effective and it helped her in the argument. It could help her to build a serious talking relationship with others because what they were talking about was also serious.