Authorities in Da Nang City said they will issue leaflets of dos and don’ts in Chinese and distribute to tourists free of charge.
Tran Chi Cuong, deputy director of Da Nang Tourism Department, told news website Zing that his agency started issuing leaflets
in Vietnamese and English last year.
Now it is printing 5,000 more copies, including those in Chinese, he said.
The department is also making awareness videos to promote good manners.
Recently some Chinese tour guides sparked public criticisms in Vietnam after they were found working without licenses and distorting historical facts. Some Chinese tourists were also criticized for their behavior in public.
Da Nang’s Party chief Nguyen Xuan Anh at a meeting in the city on July 12 ordered local authorities to strictly punish individuals violating Vietnamese laws, but not to discriminate against Chinese tourists.