Extraverted Feeling deals with value judgments in social and cultural dynamics. It's one of the most common functions in Western society (probably American), but i'd like to see examples of how it works in all sorts of societies.
Fe can be all about "unspoken social contracts", and Chinese social interactions are overflowing with those.
A lot of phrases and actions are hints at a person behaving inappropriately, nobody ever says anything directly unless men are drunk and talking about politics (women getting drunk is seen as inappropriate), accepting gifts the first time you are offered one is rude, etc.
Situation: A Chinese lady is working in Toronto, Canada. She's made a few friends and one day she says casually to one of them, "Hey, i live right by xxx street, it's a really nice place, you should come over sometime." The friend, who was Caucasian and born in Canada, takes out a notebook and pen, asks her to repeat her address and clarify on which day she'd be free to hang out. The Chinese woman is baffled.
Explanation: In China, suggestions like "come over and hang out sometime" are said with no purpose at all except to be polite. It's just an off-hand comment to show that you're friendly enough to let an acquaintance come to your house theoretically, so taking the comment seriously and trying to schedule a meet-up would be really offensive and suggestive.
Another situation: The European fiancé of a Chinese girl is picking up his soon-to-be in-laws from the airport because she's in a business meeting and can't pick up her parents. The fiancé sees that the parents have a lot of baggage and offers to help, but they say "no, it's fine" about once or twice, so he goes into his car and waits until they finish putting everything in the trunk by themselves. Later, he asks his fiancée why her parents are angry at him.
Explanation: In western society, refusing help once could lead to the person asking you "are you sure", but in China, there's often a lot of friendly pushing, shoving and yelling about someone offering assistance or gifts. It's only polite to accept favours after saying "no, thanks, i'm good, you're being too kind" many, many times. But i haven't seen one instance (for gifts) in which the giver has to take the gift back due to refusal.
Post some of your situations/thoughts below!