The women claimed that the mosque was just so beautiful that they couldn’t resist busting some moves in front of him while their friend filmed.
Back in January, anger over being stranded for more than 24 hours at the Toyko airport eventually boiled over into some Chinese travelers getting into a scrap with Japanese police officers as their companions sang the Chinese national anthem in the background.
That moment when you realize that you are the tourist attraction.
Worried that someone might somehow steal her handbag as it passed through a security scanner at a Dongguan railway station, one woman gave us what just might be the photo of the year.
In the chaotic frenzy, it’s not clear how many of the balloon snatchers actually knew that they were looting, though many were seen hurrying away with big smiles on their faces.
One auntie in the city of Hangzhou spent three years helping to cultivate this patch of pretty pink grass, only to watch it be destroyed in front of her eyes in just three days by crowds of photo-hungry tourists.
“We are in Hong Kong, this is not your mainland!” one passerby shouted in video from the scene, berating the teacher for allowing the child to defecate in the corner of the subway station.
The tourists had wanted to wake the animal up.
In perhaps this year’s most bizarre diplomatic spat, Sweden angered Beijing back in September with the way that its police ejected a family of Chinese tourists from a Stockholm hotel. However, many netizens soon began to accuse the family of being overly-dramatic scammers, trying to make a big scene when the whole thing was really their fault.