[ 美国 今日美国 ] 去中国旅游安全么?
2019-07-09 bluebit 27975
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Is Travel to China Safe?

去中国旅游安全么?



Ethereal limestone karst hills, electriccities brimming with opportunity and incredible food and a culture of communityare only a few of the attributes that make China the fascinating and diversecountry that welcomes more than 100 million tourists a year and lays claims tobeing the fourth most popular destination in the world. Its economy has beenbooming for years and its interest to the outside world, heightened by theSummer Olympics of 2008, appears to be increasing as well. While there are, aswith any country, precautions one should take when traveling to and aroundChina, it is generally a safe and breathtaking country to visit.

虚无缥缈的喀斯特地貌丘陵、充满机遇的电子都市,令人惊叹的美食,多姿多彩的社区文化,这个迷人而多元化的国家每年接待超过1亿游客,且被称为世界上第四大最受欢迎的旅游目的地。多年来中国经济一直在蓬勃发展,对外界的兴趣似乎也在增加,2008年举办的夏季奥运会更是放大了这种渴望。尽管和去其他国家一样,到中国旅游或环游中国时也应采取一些安全措施,但总的来说,中国是一个安全而令人惊叹的国家。

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1. China,one of the largest and most popular tourist destinations around the world, is,by and large, a very safe and welcoming place to travel around. If planning totravel to China, make sure to contact your local Chinese embassy well inadvance to find out exactly what type of visa you will need to enter the countryand what it requires.

中国是世界上最大、最受欢迎的旅游目的地之一,总的来说,这里是一个非常安全、很受欢迎的旅游目的地。如果你打算去中国旅游,一定要提前和当地的中国大使馆联系,弄清楚你在进入中国前需要什么样的签证以及其他什么。

Booming Economy

经济繁荣



Business Scams

交易骗术

Scams are a huge concern in China, sincethere are countless Chinese businesses that exist to make money illegallythrough counterfeiting and deceit. Know that just about all supposedlybrand-name items for sale in small shops or on the streets are not the realdeal. Also assume that the first price a shop owner throws out is way abovewhat he's willing to sell the item for. Everybody bargains, so be prepared todo so. Take small bills with you when shopping, since having exact amountshelps. If you're worried about not recognizing a scam, shop only in largerstores and malls where everything has a price tag and bargaining isn't allowed.Be wary of people who approach you on the street. Many con artists offer onething, such as a place for tea or a look at an art show, but then try to trickyou out of your money.

诈骗在中国是一个大问题,因为有无数的中国企业通过制假、欺骗来非法赚钱。要知道,几乎所有小商店或街头出售的所谓名牌商品都不是真的。商店老板初次给出的价格均远远高于他们的心理价。所以大家要学会砍价,做好讨价还价的准备。购物时要留意标签上价格,因为这样可以有准确的价格作为参考。如果你担心无法识别骗局,那么就去大一点的商店或购物中心购买,那里所有东西都有明码标价,不允许讨价还价。小心街上那些靠近你的人。许多行骗高手只会做一件事,比如(带你)去一个喝茶的地方,或者看一场艺术展,接着就会试着骗走你的钱。
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jnj66vw (注:贴主提问)
My husband got a job offer working in Chinain the US Embassy, is it safe over there for an American?
I know nothing about the risks that areinvolved with him going overseas, and how China runs their government, and whatthat means for him..any thoughts? I mean financially, we will be taken care of,he'll be in a 4 star hotel and such...and it is for the US Embassy..they canguarantee safety right? I know nothing is 100%, but..it is the US Embassy... Ijust have no knowledge at all about this matter. What about bird flu? andsars?...the government? It will be located in Beijing, China.

我老公得到了一份在中国的美国大使馆工作的差事,美国人在那里安全吗?
我不知道他出国后会遇到啥风险,不知道中国政府如何,也不知道对他意味着什么。有什么建议吗?我不担心钱,我们会得到照顾的,他会住在四星级酒店里……美国大使馆安排的。他们能保证安全,是吧?我知道没什么事会100%的,但…美国大使馆……有些事我啥也不懂。禽流感?非典啥的?…政府?北京会有吗?



Frank
I am an American living in China, have beenhere for 5 years...but you got to be careful....these Chinese will kill you byforcing you to eat and drink and just be so damned nice you won't be able tobear it. There is absolutely no danger here and the police are super nice....Oftenthe life guards at the beach won't let me swim for fear that I might drown...itis serious if an American in injured. I have been in most provinces but preferthe southern ones. There are great supermarkets in BeiJing with all sorts ofgoodies there. Taco Bell, McDonald, KFC, and Wal-Mart. SARS is gone. It was aproblem three years ago and they have a test vaccine now. Chicken Flu is not amajor problem and the government has taken fast action to stop any smalloutbreaks. People at Consulates and Embassies tend to become jaded but if helearns some simple Chinese, he will open the door to wonderful people and agreat country. I would be happy to answer any further questions.

我是一个生活在中国的美国人,在这里已经5年了…你要小心…这里的中国人会逼着你吃,逼着你喝而毁了你,人们相当的好,好的都让你觉得会不好意思。这里绝没有危险,警察也非常好……海滩上的救生员经常不让我去游泳,怕我淹死。这让一个美国人是很伤自尊的。中国大多数省份我都去过,我比较喜欢南方的省。北京有很棒的超市,有各种各样的好东西。例如塔可钟、麦当劳、肯德基和沃尔玛。“非典”消失了。三年前这是个问题,但现在他们已经有了疫苗。禽流感并不是一个主要的问题,政府已经迅速采取行动来阻止任何小规模的爆发。领事馆和大使馆的人会常常感到无聊,但如果他会点中文的话,他将为优秀的人和伟大的国家打开大门。如果还有其他问题,我很乐意回答。

Bostonian In MO
China is pretty safe for the most part. Itravel to Beijing, Shanghai, Kunshan, Taizhou, and Guangzhou on business farilyregularly. I've never had any problems with crime of any sort.
The most dangerous aspect of living ortraveling in China is dealing with the traffic. Cars have only been part of theChinese culture for a very short period of time and it shows. Traffic laws arelargely unenforced. Lane markings and traffic signals are there for decorationonly, or so it would seem. Pedestrian crossings are meaningless and turnsignals are an alien concept.
Embassy compounds are probably the safestplaces anywhere and you'll be surrounded by other Americans andEnglish-speaking staff to it isn't quite the island feeling that businesstravelers and ex-pats sometimes have to deal with. There should also be plentyof opportunities to learn the language. Chinese is learnable though the writingis nearly impossible for westerners to catch on to.
The food is nothing like you find inChinese restaurants in the US and Europe. It will take some getting used to!Western style restaurants are plentiful in the tourist areas though qualityisn't what you're accustomed to. They tend to drown any "steak" inpepper sauce; probably for good reason. Restaurants in the better hotels,especially the western chains, are safe and the food is fairly good. Smaller"mom & pop" operations can be risky. Stick with bottled water orbeer and canned Coke, but make sure that the container is sealed when theybring it to you!



Anonymous
It's really safe. And the embassy districtin Bejing is one of the best neighborhoods in the city. The hotels are reallynice, the restaurants are great (a bit more expensive but much cleaner) andpeople are used to seeing foreigners so there is much less staring. There arealso tons of expats floating around so you have a good chance of making friendswith some really nice folks. don't worry, it will be great! and if he's workingfor the us embassy, they'll definitely take care of him and make sure that he'ssafe. also, the sos clinic is right down the street from the us embassy so ifhe needs to see a doctor, he can see an american doctor. hope this helps. goodluck!

很安全的。北京使馆区是北京最好的社区之一。酒店真的很好,餐馆也很棒(有点贵,但是干净多了),人们已经习惯老外了,所以会有很少的人盯着你看。这里也有很多外国人,所以你会有很多机会交到好朋友。别担心,会很棒的!如果他在美国大使馆工作,一定会受到照顾,确保他的安全。另外,sos诊所和美国大使馆就在一条街上,所以如果他想看医生,随时可以去。希望这个有帮助。祝你好运。
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