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This post was edited by messi30 at 2013-10-5 15:09|
To embark on a journey of pleasure and tourism, the most important thing is to fully enjoy the places visited with no extra worries or special shopping lists . Treat yourself to local food , landscapes and tourist points of interest and buy some souvenirs to remember the adventure lived, that´s the normal and most suggested steps to follow.
But the OP revealed a very real and an important point of view to be considered.
Many Chinese travel for tourism but also go for unnecessary shopping . In my view they demonstrate their arrogance , immaturity and how ridiculous they can be.. I have seen how they buy branded products carrying shopping bags , backpacks and not enjoying the place they visit. I was saying to myself why they are so stupid to travel so far to buy branded products, if China has all these stores of the same brand and the vast majority these brand products are made in China . They are just stupid , just want to say when they are back in China they bought it in Europe and not in a store in Shanghai or Beijing , aren´t they stupid ? They also overpay excess baggage on the airline back home to bring unnecessary purchases .
In contrast , all or the vast majority of Western, North Americans , South Americans travelers embark their aventure without the worry of showing off or thinking what they can buy to impress their people when they are back home. While they traveling abroad for tourism, they carry just the essentials to enjoy the trip with no burden and purchase local products, souvenirs and some local clothing . That's it, simple and real .
Some Chinese must know how to travel and enjoy a good trip. People travel for pleasure and to experience unforgettable moments and not spending their travel in shopping malls making nonsense and unnecessary purchases to impress people.
Thanks DINGO for pointing out some other shortcomings of some Chinese travelers that needs to be improved.