12 Nov 2013

Young Chinese tourists eat lollipops during their visit to Tiananmen Square in Beijing

Young Chinese tourists eat lollipops during their visit to Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Chinese tourists should not pick their noses in public, pee in pools or steal airplane life jackets, China's image-conscious authorities have warned in a handbook in their latest effort to counter unruly behaviour. The National Tourism Administration publicised its 64-page Guidebook for Civilised Tourism -- with illustrations to accompany its list of dos and don'ts -- on its website ahead of a "Golden Week" public holiday that started on October 1.
TOPSHOTS Young Chinese tourists eat lollipops during their visit to Tiananmen Square in Beijing on October 3, 2013.  Chinese tourists should not pick their noses in public, pee in pools or steal airplane life jackets, China's image-conscious authorities have warned in a handbook in their latest effort to counter unruly behaviour. The National Tourism Administration publicised its 64-page Guidebook for Civilised Tourism -- with illustrations to accompany its list of dos and don'ts -- on its website ahead of a "Golden Week" public holiday that started on October 1.

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