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Will the New Measures Promote Chinese Tourists' Behaviour?
   2015-04-07 12:36:39    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Li Bin

A guard stops a visitor who crosses the iron rails in BeijingĄ¯s Temple of Heaven on Oct 6, 214. [Photo: CFP]

Chinese tourists have earned themselves a reputation for not behaving properly, both domestically and internationally, with the latest incident being three Chinese nationals arrested in Japan during the past Tomb-sweeping holiday for alleged sexual harassment.

The issue has captured massive attention from both the public and government organs, inciting fierce criticism and debate.

The country's National Tourism Bureau has published a regulation to document tourists' uncivilized behaviour on a trial basis, which went into effect on April 6.

According to the rules, provincial authorities will document indecent behaviour within their administrative jurisdiction through reports by lower level authorities or media reports, while the tourism authorities under the State Council, China's cabinet, will gather the information to form a national database.

The documented information will be kept for one to two years, starting from the day the misbehaviour is verified.

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