Indian businessmen wondered why Chinese, who "eat everything," do not drink water from Ganges River?
The country's economic development is getting faster and faster, and people's lives are getting better and better. Their pursuit of life is not limited to food and clothing, but has more to do with quality of life and feel of experience.
Everyone has a dream in their heart to go on a "go as you please" journey, so when they have enough money, they will choose to travel with friends to free their body and mind.
In beginning, everyone's sphere of activity was still in China, because China has a vast territory and fifty-six ethnic groups, each of which has its own characteristic culture. Over time, many people have visited local attractions, and in search of novelty, they have organized their routes abroad.
However, due to large population of China, many famous foreign attractions are Chinese, so you can communicate with them in Chinese without barriers, to put it mildly. When itinerary is over, it's time to go to duty free shop to pick out a memento. Everyone is again crowded with duty free shop at airport. No wonder so many foreigners think we are all cowards.
The purchasing power of Chinese is very strong, but there is one circumstance that makes everyone shake their heads, and even almost caused tension between two countries. So what is this thing? Why are Chinese tourists reluctant to buy?
By way, this thing is still just a necessary thing, without which a person cannot live, and it is also called "source of life." Tips here, everyone should know answer, that is, water.
Many tourists always stock up on mineral water in case of unforeseen circumstances when they are going somewhere to have fun. Even some remote tourist attractions are celebrating the new high price of mineral water, but tourists are still buying it in stock. But their mineral water cannot be sold in India.
Especially in arid countries like India, drinking water can be called "soft gold" and its high price prevents some Indians from tasting it for life. However, Chinese people who travel to India would rather endure a dry mouth than spend money on a bottle of Ganges mineral water.
The Ganges River is very sacred in hearts of Indians. During a major festival, Indians go to Ganges River to take a bath in groups to wash off so-called "dirt". So some savvy drinking water merchants in India are planning to turn sacred water of Ganges into canned drinking water to cash in on tourists.
However, Indians are not so friendly to their mother river, they not only dump all industrial and domestic waste into river, but also dump all garbage in city into river. The entire river is covered in floating debris that poisons creatures in river. A more daring blogger went to Ganges for an Indian baptism, but ended up in intensive care due to a bacterial infection...
Such incidents one after other undoubtedly prove that water quality of Ganges River is polluted to an incurable degree, it is not fit for human consumption at all.
However, Indians are unaware of this problem and are lowering price of mineral water to stimulate sales. But Chinese tourists do not buy it at all. Therefore, Indians accuse Chinese tourists of being biased towards them. They even said that Chinese are stingy and do not want to buy even 2 yuan of water.
Chinese tourists naturally don't want to just bear such a label, so they refute them one by one, saying: “Your water is taken from most polluted place, and garbage floating on it floods rivers with water. Tens of thousands of fish suffocated to death. And your sewage, ashes and faeces are all in Ganges river, even after being filtered by an aquatic plant, we cannot accept it when we think about it. We are really gourmets, but not a processing plant!"
Leaving aside waters of Ganges, let's focus on sights of India, which is still one of most popular tourist countries.
India is one of four ancient civilizations, with a thousand-year history, it has enough cultural trust, which is especially evident in its ancient buildings. Its architecture is typically "layered" and rich in religious elements.
Especially their interior decoration, both walls and dome are painted with bright and realistic paintings, and supporting columns in the building are also inlaid with gold, which is indescribably magnificent when viewed from afar.
There is a story behind every building in India, and Taj Mahal is not to be missed. Rumor has it that this was built by king of India in memory of his deceased lover. To prevent craftsmen from building same building again, he brutally cut off hands of craftsmen after completion of Taj Mahal. It makes people feel king's deep love for his wife and resent cruelty of ruling class.