Unusual Chinese Customs

Some of China’s traditions and customs can seem quite shocking to foreigners when they first visit.
It might also surprise you to see people spitting loudly in public.
When you are in China and you see toddlers in split pants, don’t be concerned. These pants are often preferred in place of diapers as they allow children to relieve themselves when need be.
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For example, burping is seen as a sign of satisfaction with the meal and is considered a compliment.
Even though attempts are being made to lessen this practice, it is quite common to see people spit on the streets or even on public transportation.
Check out more Chinese customs in this infographic.

SOURCE: www . businessinsider . com/chinese-customs-that-are-strange-to-foreigners-2015-10

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