Last year, nearly 100 million Chinese traveled around the world. But we do not count the number of times, where they are noticed by their behavior.
Earlier this year, Chinese passengers had opened” the emergency doors of their aircraft> , shortly before the aircraft took off. The delay had got the better of them. In December, a female traveler threw hot water on a flight attendant. The plane had to turn around.
A guide to good behavior
Following these slippages, the Chinese authorities had released a guide to “good behavior”. In this book, we find many tips like “do not cut the hair of the nose in public”. But the incidents have not stopped yet.
It is for this reason that Thailand has just published a behavior manual for future Chinese tourists . The book asks the Chinese to “do not defecate in public places” or “do not touch paintings”. It should be noted that on February 3, 2015, the inhabitants of the Middle Kingdom were denied access to the “White Temple” (Wat Rong Khun) in Thailand for half a day. The owner of the premises made this decision after numerous complaints about the inappropriate use of the toilet.
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