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China's Vice-Premier Wang Yang has asked Chinese tourists to [behaving / behave] better when they go overseas. Mr Wang wants to make [possible / sure] that all Chinese people give a good [imagination / image] of China when they visit other countries. He said the behaviour of some tourists was [harming / harmful] China's image abroad. He made a list [of / for] the things he does not want people to do. These [include / includes] talking loudly in public places, jaywalking and [splitting / spitting] . Mr Wang said newspapers in other countries often [reporting / report] the bad manners of some Chinese and that this damaged the image of all Chinese people. He asked all public [officials / official] and tourist agencies to help, saying: "Building a good image of Chinese tourists is the duty of governments at all [level / levels] ."

More and [less / more] Chinese people are travelling each year. The "South China Morning Post" newspaper wrote: "[As / Has] people get richer, foreign holidays are [ever / never] more popular…but reports have [emerged / submerged] of complaints about manners." A new Chinese law will let travel agencies [ban / bin] misbehaving tourists from using [their / there] services again. However, many Chinese tourists have [complaining / complained] of being treated badly [with / by] hotels and restaurants. There are also many stories of gangs attacking and [robbing / robbery] rich Chinese. One tourist said people from all countries have to respect local customs. He added that non-Chinese tourists must also behave better in China, and that all countries have [citizens / citizenship] who behave badly abroad.

 


 
 

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