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Chinese tourists' behavior unsatisfactory

10-08-2012 09:19 BJT Special Report:2012 National Day Holiday |

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The large travel flow has created problems.

On the expressway, many drivers ignored traffic regulations and used the emergency lane as a through lane. Garbage was thrown out of the windows causing cleaners to work from early morning till night. And the problem became much worse at some famous tourist sights.

At the beach of Sanya in Hainan province, tourists left over 50 tons of garbage within 3 days. In Beijing, preserving cultural heritage sites was difficult when tourists ignored the signposts and sat on railings. Some tourists even chose to take the risk of avoiding admission fees.

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