Chinese government to go to work on improving tourist behavior – Shanghaiist

From Shanghaiist:

A report on Yahoo! China got our attention because of it’s uh, attention-grabbing headline: ‰∏≠ÂõΩÊ∏∏ÂƢʵ∑§ñ‰∏çÊñáÊòéË°å‰∏∫ÈúáÂä®È´ò层 (“The uncivilized behavior of Chinese tourists abroad shocks the upper levels of government”). The central government’s “Civilization Bureau” recently ran an internet survey and just published the results (in Chinese) a little over a week ago. This includes the top 10 uncivilized Chinese behaviors abroad as well as 20 suggestion about how to improve the situation.

It seems that this is just part of a three year effort by this particular bureau, in conjunction with the Tourism Bureau, to tackle this problem. As one might expect, the issue quickly shifted focus from what happens abroad to what happens at home, since, generally speaking, one is an extension of the other. [Full Text]

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