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2017-12-15 | 分类:文化 | 评论:0人

Is China safe for Japanese tourists?

日本游客中国安全吗?

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Taiki Fujimoto, lives in Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan
Answered Oct 9
Going to China some time ago for the 2nd time, I’d say the answer is Yes, the things are getting better than my 1st visit, with a few things to concern about.
Have been to China 2 times, the first one I visited was around 2013 ago. This visit occured 1 year after the Senkaku Island dispute. The 1st visit is generally fine with a few Anti – Japanese signs in public places in and denied service from a public sales (Changsha and Guilin). However, in popular tourist destination and big cities (Beijing, Shanghai) , though this kind of things are also happening, but it’s generally fine and much fewer.

前些阵子去了中国两次,我要说答案是肯定的,比我来的第一次好。

去过中国两次,第一次在2013年之前。这次旅程在钓鱼岛争端的一年后。第一次旅程总体还好,公共场所有一些反日标语,并拒绝提供销售服务(长沙、桂林)。不过,在热门旅游目的地和大城市(北京、上海),尽管也有发生,但更少,总体不错。

The latest visit to China (around 1.5 year ago) is much better than the first visit. I didn’t see any propaganda during my stay at Shanghai, the Shopkeepers and the Police are so friendly. I think Shanghai is the best place if You are Japanese travelling in China. It has many cool places like Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai Disney Resort, and many more. I’d love to visit Shanghai again, so beautiful!
Beijing is also more open than the past visit, if You just come to Popular tourist attraction such as Tiananmen,Forbidden City and Summer Palace, You will not ecounter any problems. Now on, just worry more about Chinese scamming.

最后一次去中国(一年半之前)比第一次去时更好了。我在上海时没看到任何宣传,店长和警察都非常友好。我认为,作为日本人想在中国旅游,上海是首选。有很多好玩的地方,例如东方明珠、上海迪士尼度假村等。我会再去一次上海,很漂亮!

北京比上一次旅行更开放了,如果你只去热门景点,例如天安门、紫禁城和颐和园,不会碰到任何问题。现在更担心中国欺诈问题。

Visiting Nanjing? Of couse! As long You showed respect and empathy for the Chinese killed there, You won’t get into trouble. I deeply saddened hearing the Nanjing mass killing, I decided to visit and pray there. In fact Nanjing residents are friendly!
I don’t know how things in Changsha and Guilin, i still have doubt there, but I think it’s cooling down now. I suggest not visiting China during conflict with Japan.
So basicly, respect people there, especially the elders, and beware of Scamming. And enjoy Your visit to China!
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去南京?当然!只要你对那些被杀的中国人表现出尊重和同情,你不会碰到麻烦的。我听说南京大屠杀时深感悲痛,我决定去那里并祈祷。实际上南京居民都很友好!

不知道去长沙和桂林是否会碰到麻烦,我仍有疑问,应该在缓和吧。我建议不要在中日冲突期间去中国。

所以,要尊重那儿的人,特别是长者,谨防欺诈。在中国玩得开心!

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Tang W Yun, studied at University of Manchester
Answered Oct 2
Generally it’s safe for all tourists.
In case you’re Japanese, there’re several rules you must bear in mind:
1、Don’t display/wave rising sun flag. A lot of Chinese people will take offence.
2、Try to learn some Chinese language (Mandarin) and communicate with the locals.
3、Show your appreciation/interest about their culture. Same like tip no.2, Chinese people will appreciate it.
4、Don’t bring topics about Diaoyu/Senkaku island.

一般而言,对所有游客都是安全的。

如果你是日本人,要记住以下几个规则:

1、别展示和挥舞太阳旗。很多中国人会生气。

2、学点中国话(普通话),与当地人交流。

3、表达你对他们文化的欣赏或兴趣。正如提示2,中国人会欣赏这点。

4、别提钓鱼岛的话题。

5、Most importantly, in case you’re visiting Nanjing, as it was one of the places in China faced the most horrible moments in the upper 1930s: Nanjing Massarce which took place in December 13th 1937. The huge killings of Chinese civilians (men, women, children, elderly, unarmed Chinese soldiers etc) were done by Japanese military. Do show some high respect and sympathy especially at the memorial war museum. Even if you have not fully taught in Japanese school
6、Enjoy your time!
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5、最重要的是,如果你要去南京,因为那里在上世纪30年代发生过大屠杀。大量中国平民被日军屠杀。一定要表示尊重和同情,特别是在战争纪念馆内。即使你在日本学校没被教导过。

6、玩得愉快!

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