In foreign countries, you come to China to study, but really get the admission notice of Chinese university can smoothly go to China to study? No, now I'm going to tell you ten things you can't do when studying in China. Reading this article will help you learn a lot of things you've never heard of before for those who want to study in China. Maybe it will also help you to study in China later.
1. DO NOT Academic dishonesty when studying in China
Academic integrity is the basis for the survival of academic exchanges. Every teacher and student is obliged to abide by the school's regulations. Violators may face punishments such as warnings, admonitions, stay school inspections, suspension, and withdrawal. But for stay students, it is often just a small habit, and it may also be judged as academic dishonesty causing serious consequences.，Most likely, when your Academic dishonesty is caught, you will be deported.
2. DO NOT Endanger public safety when studying in China
A tourist a foreign landing at the airport, getting off the plane, waiting in line for customs inquiries.
Everything was so normal, but he didn't expect that when it was his turn, the customs officer would take his passport and even refuse him entry after a few keystrokes. At that time, he hadn't said the whole thing to the customs. According to the customs' explanation, the computer data showed that the tourist7When traveling in Europe in January, he left a record of uncivilized tourists, so the customs staff decided to deny him entry. As for what the uncivilized tourist did in Europe, in order to protect personal privacy, the staff did not disclose.
Looking at this description alone, I felt that this person was aggrieved, and he was sent back before he could say anything. Well, although we don't know what his uncivilized record is, the customs staff has the right to judge that his entry will threaten the public security of the United States based on this, so he has to be denied entry.
So in order for you to reach China smoothly, don't do Endanger public safety matters.
3. DO NOT Endanger information security when studying in China
Last year, there were media reports that when Australian customs officials checked the mobile phones of Chinese students entering China, they found illegal pictures (it is reported that they are commonly used by WeChat).‘’Emoticons”), therefore deported them. The customs officer found pornographic images in his WeChat app; a similar incident occurred at Sydney Airport on the same day.stayThe student was therefore refused entry.
ChinaThe punishment for those who participate in child pornography is very serious, so experts remind that once these contents are shared or disseminated, it is a very serious crime.
This is not the first time stay studentDeported because of illegal content on mobile phones. Therefore, if you report the purpose of studying in China, you still have to pay attention to this problem and never Endanger information security.
4. DO NOT work illegally when studying in China
Generally, if you come to Chinastay to study, you don’t have a work visa. Foreigners cannot work in China without a work visa. The visa system is a symbol of national sovereignty. It is a concrete manifestation of a country's implementation of control and management of citizens of other countries in order to achieve the purpose of maintaining national security and domestic social order. If you are found out because of your illegal work, you will be punished.
5. DO NOT disrespect the Chinese when studying in China
Losing your temper in public places will arouse dissatisfaction among Chinese people, and Chinese people are not good at dealing with such situations, especially if they are foreigners who lose their temper in public places. This will make others (usually your Chinese friends) feel ashamed. Therefore, you should try to avoid yelling and losing your temper in public. Chinese people advocate group harmony, so foreigners should keep a low profile, be polite, and handle disputes in private.
6.DO NOT let your visa expire when studying in China
Don't let your visa be expired. If it is overdue, you can go to the local exit and entry administration to handle it again or extend it. It's better not to exceed too long, otherwise, you may be required to leave the country within a time limit. If it is overdue for too long, you have to pay a fine there. You can pay 500 yuan per day. The upper limit is not more than 5000 yuan.
There are many kinds of visa issued by Chinese to foreigners, but according to the different places of application, they can be divided into two kinds: one is the port visa, which can enter and leave the country according to the number and date of entry and exit as indicated above, and the other is issued at the embassies and consulates abroad. If it is multiple entry and exit, it should be in accordance with the provisions of the visa, One time entry can take 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, 180 days, and so on. If it is a work visa in China, it may be a "residence permit for foreigners" and can freely enter and leave China many times within the validity period of the visa.
7.DO NOT take a green hat when studying in China
China does not want to wear a green hat. The green hat has a special point. When Chinese people wear a green hat on the street, they will meet the strange eyes of passers-by, because there is a saying that when two people are together, there is one person who is empathetic.
8.DO NOT disobey the rules and regulations of the school when studying in china
In China's universities, you must abide by the rules and regulations of the school, such as loving public property, respecting teachers, and not cheating in exams. Otherwise, you may be punished by the school, or you may be dropped out of school in serious cases.
9. Don't misuse the number "4"
Chinese people are very sensitive to some numbers. In China, the word "4" is taboo. Some people use the homonym "4" to "die". Just like many countries do not like the number 13, although it is a psychological effect, they will avoid saying it in order to be in a good mood.
Moreover, the Chinese also like to use "250" to call a fool, read as 250, there is no following ten.
10.DO NOT give a clock as a gift when study in China
Chinese culture stresses "reciprocity", but there are also taboos in gift-giving. You can choose food, clothes, books and so on, but the "clock" should not be given as a gift. In Chinese, the pronunciation of "Zhong" is the same as "Zhong". To send a bell is to send someone to the end, which means to curse someone. Only attending a funeral is to send someone to the end.