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Chinese tourists warned on etiquette

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BEIJING - Chinese tourists should not pick their noses in public, urinate in pools or steal airplane life jackets, China's image-conscious authorities have warned. 

The National Tourism Administration publicised its 64-page Guidebook for Civilised Tourism - with illustrations to accompany its list of dos and don'ts - on its website ahead of a "Golden Week" public holiday that started on Tuesday.

Two top-shelf instructions from the Chinese government to its citizens on tour: Don't camp out on mall steps like it's a picnic grounds, and pick up your trash, all of it. (AFP photo)

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