March 23, 2014

12 Chinese Travel Tips for Visiting America

Therese Oneill, Mental Floss

The Associated Press

China does a lot of business and trade with the United States, and so there are many websites devoted to helping business people navigate American peculiarities. Using Google to translate advice written in “simplified Han” for Chinese readers into English allows Americans a tiny, possibly imprecise peek into how the people of China view life in the United States.

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