Luck Runs Out on Chinese Tours to Gambling Spots
Chinese tourists can say goodbye to holiday packages that include playing blackjack in Las Vegas or watching risqué performances in Thailand from January.
A new set of rules by China’s tourism industry watchdog threatens to revoke licenses of tour guides who organizing trips to such places linked to gambling, sex or drugs, or slap penalties of up to 20,000 yuan ($3,022) on violators.
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