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Post time 2018-3-13 11:17:13 |Display all floors
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Amid long complaints of steep entry costs, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang vowed to lower ticket prices at key State tourist sites. Despite high entrance prices, some tourism sites are too often overcrowded. Will the lowering prices bring in even bigger crowd and worse experience?  Should the government let the market to decide the prices?
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Post time 2018-3-14 00:54:28 |Display all floors
Too much interference by govt may not be good option

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Post time 2018-3-14 10:31:04 |Display all floors
Take those ugly glass-bottom bridges out of national nature parks such as the one in Wuliangyan in Hunan. It's an eyesore.

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Post time 2018-3-14 15:19:22 |Display all floors
There is no reason for anybody to set a price for any natural scenery. The landscape is the gift from heaven, why should we pay for seeing it? You may argue that you have provided convenient services there to visitors so it is justified, but I want to tell you nobody needs your troubles, what you should do is to stand aside and do not be the nuisance to ruin my good mood.

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