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When you want to visit China it is a good idea to have at least a little bit of knowledge about the culture in the country. It can help you to feel more comfortable while you are there if you understand how the people live.
Religion is something that is very diverse. There is no official religion here but 100 million people have chosen to follow Buddhism. In addition to this there are around 60 million Muslims, a further 5 million Protestants and 4 million Catholics, although these are generally not linked to the Vatican and Rome.
When you are talking to the Chinese people you need to be aware that many of them will not volunteer information so you have to make sure that you ask the right questions. Remember too that the Chinese like a little formality, they tend to be a little reserved and will not be overfamiliar with you. If you are invited to provide feedback at a hotel or in a restaurant then feel free to do so – the Chinese take this type of feedback seriously.
Make sure you refer to the country as ‘The People’s Republic of China’ when you are dealing with the Chinese, particularly in formal situations. You should also be aware that in most situations when you are greeted you will be met with applause and you should applaud back. If you do ever feel angry here you should keep it to yourself and try to avoid any possible argument in a public place. Political and religious opinions should be avoided.
It is customary to arrive early at social occasions – a good reason to use a hire car in China so that you can get around as you need to. Never begin eating before it is indicated that you should do so and if invited to somebody’s home make sure you take along a gift such as fruit or a souvenir from your own country.
Casual clothes are acceptable in China but keep them on the conservative side. It is a good idea to avoid anything too revealing as this could be offensive to some people.
While touring China in your rental car you will find plenty of places of interest that you may want photographs of. Most tourist attractions can be photographed without issue but you do need to be aware that if you want to take a photograph of a government building or a military installation then you should get permission first.