Sex for travel, new trend among young Chinese girl

 

Our society is altering, so are the norms and social values which we possess. The race to match the lifestyle adopted in the European countries somewhere we are pushing away our values, customs, and cultural norms. There is a much heated discussion going on in China about the new drift which is getting popular in the Chinese youth, sex-for-travel.

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This term at first seems obscure but now a lot of people become aware of it. We call it sex-for-travel when a person bears for all the expenses to a particular place in exchange for sex. The youth especially is ready to do whatever it take to maintain a lavish lifestyle. Trading sex for the sake of travel is highly controversial as some people think it as utterly unethical and insufferable while, on the other hand, there are some who find it a personal matter and also an acceptable lifestyle.

it is not a Crime!

According to Mr. Zhu Xiaoding, a lawyer in Beijing, it does not fall into the category of crime as it does not cause any great harm to the society. Moreover, he said that in this arrangement usually the people have sex as a couple, and it is neither a profession nor they rely upon it for earning a living. Therefore it is different from that of prostitution. However, Zhu is of the view that, this kind of relation may trigger various other criminal behaviors as the people are complete strangers and by arranging a meeting with them in an entirely strange environment may sound thrilling and exciting but is full of risks as well.

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Furthermore, one aspect which we should keep in mind is that the real world is entirely different from the virtual world and the commitment that we made on that virtual world may turn out the opposite. The dangers associated with sex-for-traveling may include trafficking, abduction, blackmailing and even in worst scenario homicide.

Furthermore, he added that if the girls under the age of 14 involved in such practices then their temporary boyfriend could be charged with the rape. Moreover, we should not draw a blank that all the dealing for the sex-for-travel happened online and it does not involve any written or legal document for the assuagement. So if you trap into trouble during your trip, then you have no legal assistance in hand available.

Pushing of Social Frontiers:

According to an anthropologist, Ms. Wang Qianni, some women take it as a weapon against the norms which associated body trading to shame. She is of the view that to a certain extent such behavior reflects the changes in sexual morality. According to the research it reveals that women more than men are involving in trading of the body for travel. However, according to Wang this behavior of women is regressing the progress in the gender equality. As such behavior reflect that women consider they are at loss in the sex game so they tend to compensate themselves with money.

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The discussion can be prolonged to infinity, however, we should admit the fact that although it is something completely personal but at the same time it could be turn out something dangerous.

Sex for travel is not Moral

Exchanging sex for travel is very disputable. The theme has prodded warmed discourse among Chinese Net clients. Some consider it to be a reasonable way of life, while others trust it is dishonest and express genuine worries about wellbeing issues.

A new trend in china

The reason sex-for-travel is occurring now and not at whatever other time, as indicated by Wang, is that it is understanding with the present society where qualities are quickly changing, and emotions, and also the body, are enormously popularized, which makes it simple for individuals to put a cost on them.

The Global Times did not discover any measurements on the quantity of men and ladies who exchange sex for travel, however through research, it found that most of the general population who exchange their body for travel are ladies.

As per specialists, in spite of the fact that sex-for-travel does not infringe upon Chinese law, it is not secured by it either. For a few, the practice raises issues about the security of the ladies. Others stress over how it may influence social view of sex and sexual profound quality.  A man who participates in this practice likewise has no legitimate plan of action if alternate breaks the deal. The dangers of this kind of activities are not limited to the morality of the society but it can also trigger lots of health issue. This situation should be monitored deeply and special actions should be taken to control it. There is still time to remove or limit this sort of travelling in China if government and some private organization make plans like offering special discounts or create awareness. It will help China in long run.

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Chinese tourist affraid to travel in South Asia

Chinese tourist affraid to travel in South Asia

 

Now it’s time for China to face the weight of complaints.

The year started well for Mai Thanh Trung, newly employed in a company to travel here that caters to groups of Chinese tourists. Mr Trung said he welcomed charter flights to mainland China regularly and pocketed an average monthly fee of about $ 600.

But then came May, when a Chinese public company stationed an oil rig near the coast of Vietnam in the center part of the South China Sea that both countries claim. Two days of anti-Chinese riots followed in southern and central Vietnam. And, according to hospitality professionals in this city of nearly a million of the Central Coast, the Chinese inbound tourism market crashed. more information here

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Chinese tourists Complain

The complaints are familiar – they gape, they jostle, they avoid the local cuisine, and last year, 83 million Chinese mainland spent $ 102 billion abroad – Americans and Germans overruns – which makes biggest spenders of tourism in the world, according to the World tourism Organization.

Their numbers have their place among the most resentment tourists. Tourists from mainland China, often loaded with money and do not know the foreign means, collapse on the bus with apparently little appetite for breakfast buffet in the hotel and no concept of lining up.

Frustrations

Frustrations with the new tourists were summarized in a Thai online bulletin board last spring, when users posted complaints about Chinese tourists using voice outdoor inside and spitting in public, among other transgressions .

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Last year, Thierry Gillier, a French fashion designer who founded the label Zadig et Voltaire, caused a minor scandal when he told daily women that Chinese tourists would not be welcome at his new boutique Usage Paris. A barrage of international criticism persuaded him to apologize.
“For now it’s going back to the island of Hainan, but we do not know when it will come back,” he said of the platform, Chinese tourist are the future

 

Although at least four Chinese workers died in the riots, order was restored quickly. But China and other countries have issued notices citing potential risks to public safety in Vietnam. Tourism specialists said the Chinese board has led thousands of people to cancel trips, partly because it struck some travel insurance policies.

4.3 million foreign visitors to Vietnam

The Chinese make up about one quarter of the nearly 4.3 million foreign visitors to Vietnam in the first six months of 2014. But in June, arrivals from mainland China fell by about 30 percent and Hong Kong fell 72 percent compared to May.

“They became a little scared,” said Matthias Wiesmann, Director General of the Furama Resort Danang, one of the many beachfront properties in the city. Hotel has lost 10 percent to 15 percent of its business, approximately 2,800 nights in May and June, he said.

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Problem of Safety

Nguyen Xuan Binh, director of Da Nang by the government for the promotion of tourism, said the average occupancy rate in hotels seafront of the city was 60 percent to 70 percent at the end June, compared to the usual 80 percent to 90 percent. But Ken Atkinson, president of the working group of tourism in Vietnam Business Forum, a public-private consortium, has suggested that the rate was probably not more than 30 percent or 40 percent.

Mr. Binh said Da Nang is as safe as ever. He predicted that Chinese tourists return, but said he did not know when.

“They will come to Da Nang to see the reality,” he said.

Chinese tourists spent $ 102 billion on 83 million trips abroad in 2012, raising the country over Germany as the world’s top source of international tourism, according to the World Organization tourism.
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But tourists from China are often very sensitive to how they and their government are perceived abroad, while Chinese officials consider tourism to be closely linked to major diplomatic strategies, tourism experts said in interviews.

Japan

Japan, Chinese arrivals dropped in late 2012 and much of 2013, according to figures from the National Organization of Japanese tourism provided by the Institute for Research outgoing China Tourism in Heide, Germany. The slump was akin to a period of rising tensions between China and Japan over disputed in the East China Sea islands, said the director of the institute, Wolfgang Georg Arlt.

Malaysia

And Malaysia, 19.5 percent in the number of Chinese tourists arrived in April than in April 2013, according to government data. In contrast, the number fell to 0.10 percent in March and 3.6 percent in February and increased by nearly 25 percent in January from the previous year.

Brian King, a professor of tourism at the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, said that several Chinese airlines have scaled back flights to Malaysia after the disappearance of flight 370 Malaysia Airlines on March 8, two thirds of whom were passengers Chinese. In addition, a Chinese tourist was kidnapped from a resort in Malaysia in April.

“The plans of Malaysia for the development of tourism in China are well off course for the moment,” said Mr. King. “Until more information about the flight, while likely continue to be the case . ”

He added that the flight Malaysia Airlines hit Ukraine would probably have a “very low” effect on tourism in Asia and the disaster could actually increase inbound Chinese tourism in Malaysia if the airline continued to reduce rates for attract customers.

Mr. Binh, the official tourism in Da Nang, said the growth in inbound Chinese tourism market of the city before May was mainly due to a sharp increase since 2012 charter flights operated by Vietnam Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines. He said Dragonair, a sister company of Cathay Pacific, was also open non-charter flights between Hong Kong and Da Nang.

A spokesman for the Crown corporations Vietnam Airlines declined to comment on the Chinese tourism crisis, saying in an email that the company was still “collection and evaluation of the” related information. China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines did not respond to an email seeking comment.

Cathay Pacific and Dragonair canceled a total of 23 return flights between Hong Kong and three regular destinations Vietnam – Da Nang, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City – between late May and late June, said Erica Peng, director of Vietnam Cathay Pacific countries. She added that airlines have operated normally 33 weekly flights from Hong Kong to these cities, seven Dragonair flights to Da Nang.

Mr. Binh, the Official Tourism, said that the “main engine” behind the Da Nang charter flights from China was the Crowne Plaza Danang, a large hotel on the seafront of the city. Four executives of the hotel on the central coast of his analysis echoes, saying the Crowne Plaza caters almost exclusively to Chinese tourist groups.
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One afternoon recently been, Zhang Lei, a Chinese businessman Henan Province, stood next to the swimming pool by the sea deserted courtyard of the Crowne Plaza. He said that apart from friends, he traveled with, he had not met other Chinese customers during his stay and that many Chinese did not move to Vietnam because of Sea dispute South China and riots plant in May.

“China has helped Vietnam so much over the years, but the Vietnamese have turned against us,” Mr. Zhang said, sipping a coconut.

Crowne Plaza employee, who declined to give his name because he was not authorized to speak to the news media, said Chinese were generally 70 to 80 percent of hotel guests. Emma Corcoran, a spokesman for the parent company of the hotel, InterContinental Hotels Group, declined a request for an interview with the CEO of the hotel.

Clarence Tan, Chief Operating Officer of the company for Asia and South East stations, said in an emailed statement that the recent Advisory tourism from China by the Chinese government, coupled with the reduction direct charter flights to Da Nang, has contributed to a decline in Chinese arrivals to Da Nang company properties.

Despite the decline in Chinese arrivals, Vietnam is still waiting to welcome 8.2 million international tourists this year, Nguyen Manh Cuong, Deputy Chairman of the National Tourism Agency, told reporters on July 9, a few days before the Chinese oil rig left the disputed area of the South China Sea. The total last year was almost 7.6 million, official figures show.

The start of the platform seems to have a greater confidence overall tourism in Vietnam, said Wiesmann, the Furama Resort Danang. He added that companies owned by the sea was almost back to normal by the end of July, due to upticks in, Japanese, South Korean and Vietnamese Australian customers.

Mr. Wiesmann said Chinese inbound tourism, but still slow, was improving “gradually”, even if we do not know when, or if, the market fully recover.

“It’s a little difficult to predict,” he said on CNN

Hundreds of flights canceled at China, difficult season for Tourism

Hundreds of flights canceled at China, difficult season for Tourism

Hundreds of flights to and from eastern China were canceled or delayed on Monday and state media warned that more disruption should be expected in the coming weeks.

Nearly 200 flights were canceled in two airports in Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao – which are among the busiest airports in the country air. 120 other flights were delayed for more than two hours.

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Flights from other airports in eastern Chinese cities, “including Nanjing and Hangzhou, have also been affected.

Flight are Cancelled

Largest airports in the country, serving the megacities of Shanghai and Beijing, suffer some of the worst flight delays in the world.

In June 2013, Beijing Capital International Airport has touched the bottom of the list of the slowest airports in the world, according to FlightStats information to travel from the U.S. air services.

Just 18.3% of flights from the airport to the left of the time during this month and about 42% of flights experienced delays of 45 minutes or more.

Second on the list was worse Shanghai Hongqiao, where only 24% of flights on time.

 

 

Officials and airlines have some light on the reasons for the disruption.

Local officials cited “restrictions of air traffic” while Shanghai-based China Eastern Airlines said: “Airspace was occupied,” according to the newspaper Shanghai Daily.

None of these sources elaborated on comments.

“Among the situations of traffic restrictions imposed are being air when military maneuvers are underway,” the newspaper added.

CCTV, the state television channel, shared on his Weibo account – the Chinese equivalent of Twitter – a note widely circulated, published originally on a Chinese blog crew driving, says the authority of the civil Aviation has asked airlines to cut flights by 25% in eastern China.

12 airports in China are affected

“The following 12 airports will experience massive delays for 26 days! Fliers, bring snacks and water!” CCTV station said.

“From 20 July to 15 August exploitation of these airports – including Shanghai Hongqiao, Shanghai Pudong, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Hefei, Jinan, Wuxi, Ningbo, Qingdao, Lianyungang, Zhengzhou and Wuhan – will be affected by exercises conducted by a high frequency other party. All companies are requested to reduce theft by 25% and flyers are expected to face delays. ”

Officials of the Administration of Civil Aviation of China declined to comment when approached by CNN.

This is the second large-scale disruption of air traffic in China in the past two weeks.

More than 100 flights were canceled or delayed on July 14 in Shanghai.

Two users were detained by the police for allegedly manufacturing and circulation claims “related to the fight against corruption,” the Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post.

Internet users said the disturbance is due to the arrest of a government official of high rank in trying to flee the country.

37 others were reprimanded in the crackdown against Internet “rumor mongers” according to SCMP.

Problems airflow China continue

Delays long flights are common in China.

 

Air traffic control and airspace restrictions too conservative for civil aircraft are two of the reasons for these delays…

 

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Beijing my favorite city in China!!!

Beijing my favorite city in China!!!

Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China and one of the most populated cities in the world. The population in 2012 was 20,693,000. The metropolis, located in northern China, is governed as a direct-controlled municipality under the national government, with 14 urban and suburban districts and two rural counties.Beijing Municipality is surrounded by Hebei Province with the exception of Tianjin Municipality southern neighbor.

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Beijing is China’s second largest city by urban population after Shanghai and is the political, cultural and educational center of the nation. It is the seat of most of the large state enterprises in China, and is a major hub for road, highway, railway and high-speed rail networks. The Beijing Capital International Airport is the second largest in the world by passenger traffic.
The history of the city dates back to three thousand years. As the last of the four great ancient capitals of China, Beijing is the political center of the country during most of the last eight centuries. The city is renowned for its opulent palaces, temples, gardens, tombs, walls and doors,
and its art treasures and universities have made it a center of culture and art China.

Few cities in the world have been the political and cultural center of a huge industry for so long !

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Visiting Xi An, the guide

Visiting Xi An, the guide

At the heart of China, the capital of Shaanxi Province, Xi An, or city of eternal peace, is a gateway to ancient Chinese civilization window. Over several millennia, no less than thirteen dynasties built their capital, including the Han, Qin and Tang, the three most powerful and prosperous Chinese history.

Dynasties have always marked their passage. Xi An and contains relics and historic sites that make it a must-see destination for any trip to China. The period from May to November is the best time to visit the city.

Visiting Xi AnXi An has a square traditional Chinese architecture. Ramparts, well preserved, contain particular Great Wild Goose Pagoda, often seen as the symbol of the city, and the towers of the Drum and Bell Tower. Two monuments to the ancient tradition of ringing the bell at dawn and the drum roll at night.

Cradle of Chinese civilization, Xi An is also the point of departure or arrival of the Silk Road. The city also has a large Muslim community, descendants of Arab and Persian merchants who came by this road, settled in the country. The Muslim Quarter is a place to share in Xi An For over 1,250 years, this community supports its schools, shops, restaurants and mosques. Chinese style, The Great Mosque of Xi An is also one of the largest and best preserved in the country.

With the development of the textile industries of the plain that surrounds the Weihe, Xi An is now an industrial, academic and scientific center of the first importance. With approximately 4.3 million inhabitants, it is also a young city which combines tradition and modernity.

Transport and travel to Xi An

Airport Xi An, Xianyang, is about 45 kilometers from the historic center of the city. Taxis or minibuses provide transfer to the heart of Xi An on-site, the city is well connected by bus and metro. The taxi is a convenient means of transportation to get from downtown to the pagodas.

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Travel in Xi’an

Loess is an easy prey for the erosion that contributes to shaping these trays scenery. The area is known for its many cave houses dug into the clay friable loess. Today, there are still millions of people who live in these underground houses.

u=1415679029,125535012&fm=23&gp=0This region of six million people remained rough, inhabited for many farmers. This is what happens in the history of famous film director Zhang Yimou, who Ju, Chinese woman, with Gong Li in the lead role (Best Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival in 1992).

The city of Xi’an has approximately three million people, of which a large Muslim minority, the Hui (approximately
100 000).

u=2409147143,84561178&fm=23&gp=0The construction of a railroad in the 1930s, the city has given a boost, after centuries of lethargy, linking industrialized coastal provinces. It was not until 1949 that Xi’an is undergoing profound changes in industrializing.

Many textile mills were created using the cotton produced in large quantities in the province.

Other plants are dedicated to the manufacture of chemical fertilizers and agricultural machinery, there is even a large pharmaceutical plant in joint venture with Belgium. But it is tourism which is becoming the most important industry.

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Fashion in China

In fashion, China would like to stand out … But where exactly are our friends the Chinese? I will speak of Shanghai and Beijing, because they are the two centers of fashion and they are the most opposed. In Shanghai, luxury shopping malls are legion, it becomes even maddening, ridiculous seeing as they are, for the most part, empty.

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English: Alexander Wang at the 2009 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Except on weekends. The Shanghaiennes are fond of luxury Western (ie a little thanks to them that Vuitton has just fart all the scores in the luxury sector and, in times of crisis …). In Beijing, it is almost the same, except that the Pekingese (es) are much less bling. A good looking, there is no major Chinese designers. If they are Chinese, it is only a beginning, as they have their classes in the West. I quote Alexander Wang has managed the feat of selling luxury 100% made in China (thank you Anna Wintour who had the good idea to propel among older designers who, it must be said, struggling to renew itself) .

As a fashion “street”, it is instructive and reflects what the Chinese fashion today. That is to say, stuck in the 80s. I can not count the times or my eyes were assaulted by psychedelic visions of Véronique and Davina. I am often blocked before jeunettes spindle Bonbec pink t-shirt with yellow smiley. Missing is the foam headband in her hair and around the arm.

No, but I médis. The trend gradually arrange, we are passing in the 90s.

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Anna Wintour (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Sometimes I understand Beijingers tell me that Shanghai is vulgar. Yes, too much bling bling kills.

All this to say that China is still far from being a creative center for fashion. There is little place for young Chinese designers who, despite significant efforts, simply copy Western styles of other great designers. Hampered in their tracks in front of the European craze for luxury … it’s a shame.

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Chinese way of transportation

Although China HAS Become the Largest second economy, a developing country Remains.
This development Proves here every day, gold is still very present unusual and so amazing.

This is the case for the transportation sector is a broad change in China, Where the movement of raw materials and products in general are very common. There are moyen de transport out of the ordinary for a stranger and take us back to very remote times.

u=3526956711,2688447381&fm=23&gp=0The photo below shows how the Chinese are against Especially inventive and able of anything.

In France a maxim says “impossible is not French,” but here in China They Have Adapted this maxim “nothing is impossible”, and this is indeed true, as you can see sometimes in Chinese streets.

You can see piles unusual object on a wide variety of bicycles, cardboard or polystyrene Such as, chairs, gas cylinders or long pipes, goal aussi animals.

It is clear That is not nothing in China!

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Guangzhou food

Cantonese cuisine was influenced by brilliant chefs who had to flee the imperial court in 1644, when the Ming Dynasty was overthrown. The fishing industry has developed on the coast. The Cantonese word fish, whose pronunciation similar to the word “prosperity” that the fish has a place of choice on the table Cantonese.
For Cantonese, the freshness of the product premium.

cantonese foodCooking with steam fish and dim sum (Chinese brunch consists of small pasta served in a steaming bamboo baskets) preserves the taste of food and is famous Cantonese cuisine. It is also the kitchen less spicy. Canton of emigration has long since been spread around the world an image of Chinese cuisine.

Among the most famous dishes figure prominently rice Cantonese and shark fin soup.

cantonese foodCantonese cuisine boasts dishes as “exotic” dog, snake and turtle. Cages and terrariums filled with nice little beasts are not to look pretty, but for the customer to choose up the contents of his plate

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Jin Mao tower Shanghai

In a context of global competition to have the tallest tower in the world, the Jin Mao tower belongs to the forefront. Its aesthetic is undeniable … Its design evokes a pagoda or a giant pen with his foot an open book and all respecting Chinese numerology.

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Jin Mao Tower from the Oriental Pearl Tower, with the SWFC under construction in 2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It has 88 floors, each with 1/8 smaller than the lower floor, the upper part, the vertical segments decreases from 1 to 8. At a height of 428 m the neighboring Pearl Tower, already pale face. It is best to Jin Mao Tower visit on a clear day. Bar lounge on the top floor.

However, if you must visit a tower between the Jinmao Tower or Tower Financial, Financial rather choose, it is located near a 460 meter above ground level making it the tallest tower in the Mainland China.

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