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I have been to China 4 times, my wife is Chinese. The last time I went, this past year, was kind of an more interesting experience. Now, I have always been in the company of my wife and being Canadian, never really had a problem. I have been to English Cafes and met some really sociable people, (great bunch), but also a lot of snobbish Westerners, who were ESL teachers. I will not say what country they are from, but you would think that an open embrace of ones roots would be a mostly likely humble social event. And yes I have ventured in my own as well. did a self tour, shot a lot of pictures in the heart of China's SE and was always welcomed with curiosity from the local population. So a predisposed bad attitude of the traveler is asking for trouble. Intelligent people are a tuned to this and will exploit ones dysfunction. Ignorance is also a deterrent, and on one trip I was fortunate to meet a Elderly gentlemen who was seeing his future bride, (he was from Costa Rica). His most wise belief was that, no matter who you meet, you never know who you are meeting or getting to know. Judge, Lawyer, Doctor or Bandit, you just never know who they are.