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Vice Premier restates need for tourists' good manners


08:14, May 20, 2013

ZHENGZHOU, May 19 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang on Sunday stressed that efforts should be made to advocate "healthy and civilized" manners among tourists.

Wang made the remarks during an inspection tour to central China's Henan Province on Saturday and Sunday, just days after he advocated polite tourist behavior and stressed that a good image of Chinese tourists should be projected during a State Council teleconference.

Wang visited a village in Henan that has become a tourist attraction, dropping in home stay hotels and souvenir shops and talking with business owners and travellers.

Rural tourism will boost the local job market and increase farmers' income, he said.

Tourism resources and the environment should be protected and the market order maintained, he said.

He also said the new Tourism Law should be carefully implemented and the tourism industry be developed according to the law.

During his visit to Henan, Wang also inspected some farmland, where he called for better work of crop management and natural disaster prevention and stressed the role of mechanized methods and technical services.

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