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Why Chinese exaggerate the most about their holidays?   [Copy link] 中文

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A HOLIDAY is a pleasurable experience, generally, a chance to slip the surly bonds of the office for a couple of weeks (three if you’re lucky, a month if you’re French), clear the head and rejuvenate the body.
Chinese tourists are travelling abroad in ever-greater numbers; 97m in 2013, according to separate data from Hotels.com. Chinese international travellers were the seventh-highest spenders by nationality, paying $180 on average per night on hotel accommodation. And the majority of Chinese now prefer to travel independently, moving away from the herd of group travel that accompanied the start of the boom in Chinese tourism.
The survey didn’t give a reason for why the Chinese exaggerate the most about their holidays, but the status of being able to afford to go abroad, ensuring you keep one step ahead of the Wangses, may be a factor. Another explanation could be that the Chinese tourist is a relatively recent phenomenon who could learn a thing or two about complaining from travel-hardened European and American holiday-makers and write a review like this one, from a visitor to Tumon in Guam: “It’s a great beach, just too sandy”. (Source from the economist)

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well... make foreigners feel China is nice place to live ?

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we already know it gives them 'face'
if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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Germany on the list. Who the hell would take a holiday in Germany!!


Other Germans I suppose

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there isn't yet a work hard play hard culture in china

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It is interesting to see that Asians love boasting. Another unedifying aspect of materialism and lack of depth
No, I live above Sunset Plaza, it's a little house I rent and it's a little rundown but has a beautiful view, what about you?

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