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[quote=MIRANDAZHAO,602687]Everywhere around the world, there are poorly-behaved tourists. They spit onto the ground, scrawl on the wall, shout loudly in public, and even quarrel or fight with others. I’m sure that you don’t want to meet such people during your trip because they may turn a happy trip into an unpleasant memory. To regulate tourists’ behaviors, China National Tourism Administration has carried out a series of measures, including a system that blacklists badly-behaved tourists. If a tourist offences public rules, like conflicting with public transport attendants, damaging private or public property, disrespecting local customs, or sabotaging historical exhibits, he or she will be put on the blacklist for two years. During the two years, the tourist may meet difficulties when entering a scenic area, or when boarding a train or plane. Some say this can curb most misbehavior of tourists. He who breach public rules should be punished. While some say the regulation is too harsh and kind of merciless. We should not judge a person’s character only by one thing. Forgiveness may lead them to a better way. So what do you think?[mood1][/quote]
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