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China yesterday announced it will reopen its borders and abandon its strict Covid-19 quarantine for travellers and mainland citizens on January 8. The announcement signals great news for Thailand as the kingdom continues to prosper from the worldwide relaxation of Covid restrictions. Chinese visitors topped the nation’s No.1 tourist charts before the pandemic outbreak in 2020. From 2014 there had been a steady increase from 4.64 million visitors to 12 million tourists in 2019. But that all came to an end with China’s zero-Covid policy. Since then Malaysia, India, and Laos have filled those top three most tourist slots. China’s […]

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18 minutes ago, Poolie said:

Don't be scared. They're just people. 😉

We have many nice responsible neighbours from mainland China, 2 right next door, and they are all good community members.

It's the cheap charlie tour groups that arrive by the plane load which upset the peace and disturb everyone with their rude, loud and aggressive behaviour.

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1 hour ago, Poolie said:

No, it isn't. Dont believe the hype.

Don’t believe the CCP either. Let’s wait a few weeks and then even the two faced lying CCP won’t be able to stop the news reports. 

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Extremely terrible news. This is the last thing Thailand and especially Chiang Mai needs or wants. These appointed bozos who wave a flag for them to come here in those sheer high numbers are sheltered twerps who never have to see or put up with their masses and antics. Can’t see anything coming out of China is a good thing anymore. 

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