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Although it is easy to be unkind about groups of Chinese tourists, I learned that there is a lot more to this phenomena than meets the eye. Due to laws imposed by the Chinese government, peoples movements around their own country are extremely restricted. For the most part, the Chinese require visas or special permissions to visit other states. Chinese employment law also only entitles people to very limited holidays per year (a couple of days) so when they do have the chance to get out and about, people like to see things and do stuff. Because people are not used to travelling independently, the standard way to travel is to do it in a big group. When Will's Chinese colleagues first heard about my trip, the first thing China travel agents that they all said was that I was "brave".
I guess that it must appear so to people to whom independent travel is a strange notion. And so, despite the?ubiquitous?presence of guides with flags and endless amounts of tourists in varying 'all weather' garb from ponchos to sun visors, I tried to not let it irritate me. Instead I focused on how lucky I am that I have the freedom to be able to travel through this world on my own.?