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By     |    Nov 8, 2006   
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Chinese Cultural Etiquettes for U.S. Olympic Team Leaders

Reported by USAToday on November 8, 2006 in an article by Vicki Michaelis entitled When in China: Winning more than medals, nearly 60 USOC officials and Olympic and Paralympic team leaders - the people responsible for directly managing the athletes and their needs at the Games took part in a training in Beijing last week learning "everything from Chinese dining etiquette to how to build business relationships to how to find the train station. "

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By     |    Oct 5, 2006   
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China Issues Tips for Tourists Traveling Abroad

On October 2, 2006 China’s main tourism authority and the central government’s Spiritual Civilization Committee jointly issued guidelines for Chinese tourists. The guidelines are lists of clear and simple behavioral etiquettes for people intending to travel domestically and internationally, including those “dos and don’ts” tips such as speaking quietly, respecting queues and putting litter in bins, and no spitting. (More on this from this news report Shanghai Daily : Tourists [...]

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By     |    Oct 5, 2006   
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官方发布公民旅游文明行为指南

2006年10月2日,中央文明办、国家旅游局今天联合颁布《中国公民出境旅游文明行为指南》、《中国公民国内旅游文明行为公约》。

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