China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism has outlined plans to introduce a “third batch” of blacklist measures aimed at overseas tourist destinations it says are targeting Chinese citizens for gambling activities.
According to a brief announcement published on the Ministry’s website late Friday, the measures are a joint initiative alongside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Public Security, National Immigration Administration and Civil Aviation Administration of China.
This is the third time the Ministry of Culture and Tourism has referenced the existence of such a blacklist. Friday’s announcement was again light on specifics, other than detailing some measures being taken such as suspending outbound tour groups and tourist visa agency services for overseas cities and scenic spots included on the “blacklist”.
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