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[quote=GUEST22027,602763]I do think it needs creativity most, making tourists better behave, which is lacking in every country...It's a simple procedure to punish and takes a lot more to lead others on their supposed "path". One thing is for sure - many ads are published for making money but never is thought about how to influence visiting people in order to make them slightly understand how to show respect to other nations' culture and their common habits...??? So why no one does it?? I am not talking about books you can buy in book stores or lend in libraries... This could help much more than punishing people - though there might be exceptions leading even to jail or direct displacement and further steps. In all other cases it will later produce bad reputation abroad and what is that good for?? I know the Chinese nature a little bit - at least which is originally their nature - they are quite straight in matters of decisions and not really considering the other side. The reason is quite simple as Chinese people would expect some general respect towards their country as they usually do abroad. Not too many western people really "study" Chinese people in their own country but I can say I do and I never found a single Chinese man or woman offending anyone for no reason. Rather they are often shy to talk unless they are needing some help :-) I think most people should have their chance but true is also that not much is really known to Western people about Asian "rules" compared to what often Asian people already know about us. Maybe government should do more about that first hand and then punish as last option. E. A l b u s (GER) [/quote]
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