Many Chinese people choose to travel overseas for the holiday. The Chinese embassy in Canada issued a notice to Chinese travelers to remind them to be polite and well-mannered in other countries, reports state-owned China News Service. After giving a brief rundown of weather conditions in Canada, the embassy instructed Chinese travelers to stay indoors during snowstorms and to refrain from taking photographs while driving. The notice also reminded travelers that drunk driving is illegal in Canada and tourists will face the court system there if they are charged. The embassy encouraged travelers to be fully prepared for their trip, asking them to ensure their visas are valid, that they don’t deface public property, shout loudly or dress inappropriately in public.
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Newsline: Chinese embassy in Canada asks Chinese tourists to mind their manners