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                  外國游客在中國玩安全嗎,外國網友:我們只感受到中國人民的善意和好奇

                  Graham Harrison, Widely travelled.

                  If you walk down the stairs in your house are you safe? You might say “of course” but accidents in the home are a major source of injury. Safety is never absolute but so long as you recognise that fact China is probably safer than many other countries.

                  If I had to issue some cautions then:

                  1.Air quality in many cities can be very, very bad.

                  2.Remain aloof from Chinese life. I don’t mean be unfriendly, just don’t get involved.

                  3.Be aware of where you are when taking photographs. Tourist sights, fine. You probably won’t get near to anything they don’t want photographed but be aware.

                  如果你走下你家的樓梯,你安全嗎?你可能會說“當然”,但是家庭事故是造成傷害的主要原因。安全永遠都不是絕對,但只要你認識到,中國可能比許多其他國家更安全。

                  如果我不得不發出一些警告,我想說以下幾點:

                  1.許多城市的空氣質量可能非常非常差。

                  2.遠離中國人的生活。我不是讓你表現出不友好,只是建議你不要介入。

                  3.拍照時要注意自己所處的位置。如果是旅游景點,那沒事。你也許并不會靠近任何不允許拍照的東西,但還是要小心。

                   

                  Christopher Field, works at Not Anymore

                  A few years ago my Daughter and myself travelled in China as "Backpackers" (nothing organised) from the border with Mongolia to the southern island of Hainan. During our 3 months we experienced only gentle kindness with interest from the Chinese people with the exception of meeting a con woman who ran the "Tea Shoppe" scam. Nothing serious other than a bit of overcharging the "Tourists". I have experienced worse in Europe. So I encourage you go. Most of my preconceived ideas about China were shattered, for the good.

                  幾年前,我和女兒作為“背包客”在中國旅行,游覽了從蒙古邊境到南部的海南島等地。在我們3個月的時間里,除了遇到一個經營“茶葉店”的騙子外,我們只感受到了中國人民的善意和好奇。沒什么大不了的問題,就是作為“游客”被多收了一點錢。我在歐洲經歷過比這更糟的情況。所以我鼓勵你去中國。我對中國的大多數成見都被實際見聞徹底粉碎了。

                   

                  Ryan Fernandez, Visited both North and South Korea

                  Baring a few scams that other people have covered, I'll say yes. Probably safer than most other countries.

                  I think that Chinese are more or less honest. I've never been overcharged, or really scammed. You might be overcharged, but haggling is expected.

                  Plus, outside of major cities, you'll probably be there only foreigner in the area, which adds a surprising level of visibility. Nobody wants to be “the person that scammed/harmed the foreigner.”

                  Case in point, when my wife and I got married, one of my friends wandered off and got lost. She spoke no Chinese, and some random person noticed her, and a 12-year-old girl wanted to help, so she spoke with her, and in broken English called the four hotels that were allowed to host foreigners. She found it, and brought her back. My find had a good time, and the girl got to practice her English.

                  除了一些其他人已經提到過的騙局,我同意:中國可能比大多數其他國家都更安全。

                  我認為中國人或多或少是誠實的。我從來沒有被多收過錢,也沒有被騙過。你可能會遇到開高價的情況,但可以討價還價。

                  此外,在大城市之外,你可能會成為當地唯一可見的外國人,這讓當地人看到你時非常驚奇。沒有人想成為“欺騙/傷害外國人的人”。

                  舉個例子,我和妻子結婚時,我的一個朋友走丟了。她不會說中文,偶然有人注意到她,一個12歲的女孩想幫忙,于是她和她交談,用蹩腳的英語給可以接待外國人的四家酒店打了電話。她找到我們所在的酒店,把她送了回來。我的朋友在中國玩得很開心,那個女孩也得以練習她的英語。

                   

                  Bill Lawton

                  Let's start, perhaps, not with specific security rules and threats, but with undeniable facts: firstly, China is a very safe country, much safer than Russia and many other European countries, and secondly, the Chinese still treat foreigners friendly, often with an emphatic respect - China is still learning and equals to the West. There is also another factor. The Chinese themselves are a nation, to put it mildly, cautious

                  So, if you are thinking to visit China, there is not something that can stop you from that. It will be a great experience for you.

                  首先,也許沒有特定的安全規則和威脅,但不可否認的事實是:首先,中國是一個非常安全的國家,比俄羅斯和歐洲其他國家更安全,其次,中國人對外國人還是很友好的,特別尊重外國人——中國跟西方不相上下。還有一個因素。說得委婉些,中國人自己就是一個謹慎的民族。

                  所以,如果你想訪問中國,沒有什么可以阻止你。這會是一次很好的經歷。

                   

                  Matthew Miller, American living and working in China.

                  China is one of the world's safest countries. I have been living here in China for four years now, and I would feel comfortable almost anywhere at any time of day or night. Violent crime is almost nonexistent in China. There is some petty theft and scams, but almost nothing more than that. China is superbly, extremely safe for tourists and anyone else, and the vast majority of Chinese people are very welcoming and helpful

                  中國是世界上最安全的國家之一。我在中國已經住了四年了,無論白天黑夜,我幾乎在任何地方都會感到很自在。暴力犯罪在中國幾乎不存在。有一些小偷小摸和詐騙,但僅此而已。中國非常棒,對游客和任何人都非常安全,絕大多數中國人都非常熱情,樂于助人。

                   

                  Raymond K. Cunningham, former Certified Records Manager at Institute of Certified Records Managers (1997-2019)

                  China is one of the safest places I have been in the world and I enjoy traveling there for that reason. I have not feared once going anywhere in China including the rural areas, crowded transport, or the major cities. I have always been treated well, sometimes embarrassingly so and as some have pointed out foreigners are safer than locals.

                  In short I love China and would love to live there. I go as often as I can.

                  中國是我去過的世界上最安全的地方之一,因此我喜歡去那里旅游。在中國的任何地方,包括農村,擁擠的交通,大城市,我都不害怕。我一直受到很好的禮遇,雖然有時令人尷尬,但正如一些人指出的那樣,外國人比本地人更安全。

                  簡而言之,我愛中國,也愿意住在那里。我會找一切機會前往中國。

                   

                  Brian Smith, Have an 1 year expat life experience in China

                  Yes, it's quite safe. You can, for example, go buy water after midnight when city lights turned off and nobody will even try to borther you whether you are girl or guy.

                  是的,很安全。例如,午夜過后你也可以去買水喝,那時城市的霓虹已經熄滅,沒有人會打擾你,不管你是女孩還是男孩。

                   

                  Sam Katse, Strategy Consultant in Life Sciences + Healthcare.

                  China is very different from America or Europe. Women of all ages seem to be going around with no fear whatsoever at all times. So tourists shouldn't have much to worry about other than the traffic or getting ridiculously overcharged here and there.

                  People are helpful. Find a school-going kid if you need a translator from English to Chinese.

                  中國與美國或歐洲非常不同。各個年齡段的女性似乎都無所畏懼。所以游客們不用擔心太多,只需要擔心交通問題,或者在各個地方被荒謬地多收了錢。

                  中國人樂于助人。如果你需要一個翻譯幫你和中國人溝通,找學生就行了。

                   

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