Brawling, vandalism and other boorish acts at home and abroad have raised doubts about the effectiveness of a “tourism blacklist” set up last year.
Internet sleuths traced the scrawl to a teenager in Nanjing. Cases like this have prompted a "tourism law" in China that seeks to make Chinese tourists better behaved abroad.
A selfie snapped by a badly behaving Chinese tourist goes viral.
BEIJING (AP) — China says it will try to convince its citizens to behave themselves while traveling abroad by requiring authorities back home to keep records of people doing anything illegal or inappropriate while in other countries...
In order to curb inappropriate behavior by Chinese whilst travelling, China's National Tourism Administration has reportedly blacklisted four misbehaving tourists on its official website this week. [ more › ]