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Beijing considers closer scrutiny for unruly Chinese tourists

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As Chinese tourists make news with dismaying frequency — most recently for opening the emergency doors on moving planes — the government is considering keeping a closer watch on those who misbehave, according to a report in the state-run news media.

中国游客以令人惊诧的频率成为新闻报道的热点,最近的一次事件是,有乘客在正在滑行的飞机上,打开了应急安全门。有鉴于此,中国官方媒体报道,中国政府正在考虑更密切地关注那些行为不当的游客。

Starting this year, China will begin tracking tourists’ “uncivilized” behavior to create a “communications and accountability mechanism,” the state news agency Xinhua reported on Friday. The information would be gathered in coordination with airlines, hotels and travel agencies, a senior tourism official was quoted as saying.

官方通讯社新华社周五报道,从今年开始,中国将开始记录游客的“不文明行为”,形成“信息通报、追责机制”。该报道援引一名旅游部门高级官员的话称,相关部门将与航空公司、酒店、旅行社相互协调,搜集信息。

The article gave few details about the “accountability mechanism” or how it would be used. But the tourism official, Li Jinzao, head of the National Tourism Administration, was quoted by China National Radio as saying that airlines should carefully consider whether to sell a ticket to a tourist with a record of behaving badly.

该报道没有透露有关“追责机制”及如何实施该机制的细节。但中央人民广播电台援引上述官员,国家旅游局局长李金早的话称,航空公司应慎重考虑是否向存在不良记录的游客出售机票。

Mr. Li, who spoke at a conference on Thursday in the southeastern city of Nanchang, said the tourism agency would also publish photographs and videos of undesirable conduct by Chinese tourists as part of a national information campaign promoting “civilized” behavior. He said that text messages would be sent to tourists when they arrived at their destinations, reminding them to observe good manners, according to Xinhua.

周四,李金早在中国东南部城市南昌的一次会议上说,旅游局将公布中国游客不文明行为的照片和视频,作为倡导“文明”行为的全国文宣活动的部分内容。据新华社报道,游客一到达目的地,就会收到提醒他们注意文明行为的手机短信。

Xinhua also reported that 10,000 college students would be selected to “promote civilized tourism” during summer backpacking trips abroad.

新华社还报道,每年将选择10000名在校大学生,利用暑期背包自助出游,“宣传文明旅游”。

2016-06-23

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