You can’t tell a Chinese person from a tourist without at least one thing in common: They are all wearing matching sunglasses.
It’s not only that the Chinese are known for their flashy clothing.
The Chinese also have a knack for dressing up for social occasions.
Chinese travelers wear bright colors, colourful prints, and a number of different outfits to mark special occasions.
But sometimes they don’t need to dress up in a flashy way to be noticed.
According to a study by Chinese travel website Travelwire, there are a number ways to spot people from a Chinese accent:The most popular way is to listen carefully for the Chinese accent when speaking to people.
“The most common Chinese accent is the one in which they are speaking,” Travelwire says.
“But even if they don, if you can hear it clearly, it is probably a foreigner.”
If you’re not sure whether someone is speaking Chinese, you can listen closely by looking at their body language and facial expressions.
“If you can see their eyes, their mouth and even their hair, it’s most likely that they are a foreigner,” Travelwires author John Hwang says.
It takes a few seconds for a Chinese visitor to become familiar with you, but it will take at least a minute for the other person to recognize you.
You might not be able to tell whether a Chinese is speaking English or Mandarin, but if you’re wearing a red shirt, red pants, and glasses, you could be considered Chinese, Hwang adds.
“There is definitely a difference between a foreigner and a foreigner wearing a blue shirt, black pants, or red shoes,” Hwang said.
There are also several ways to make an impression on a Chinese.
You can smile, look down, or lean back.
You might even do something unexpected to show you are interested in a conversation, he said.
“Some people think that it’s not a good idea to look too closely at foreigners because they might be offended or offended in turn,” Hwan said.
“For instance, some Chinese will be like ‘you’re too much’ if you stare at them.
But when you stare, they will be more polite and look like they really appreciate you.”
If that doesn’t work, Hwan suggests asking a few questions about the Chinese and asking them if they’re aware of any customs, language, or culture you may be interested in.
“It’s really hard to know what is Chinese and what isn’t, so I suggest asking a couple of questions about Chinese,” Hwa said.
It doesn’t have to be about you, though.
“I think a lot of people try to show that they aren’t Chinese, but I would be surprised if they actually are,” Hwu added.
“A lot of times, I think foreigners can get away with not knowing anything about the country.
But if you have a little bit of experience with it, then it’s actually very hard to tell.”
The best way to make sure you’re getting the best Chinese travel experience is to ask a couple questions, Hwa says.
If they’re comfortable asking questions, then you’re almost certainly a good bet.
If not, you might be getting the wrong impression.
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