Kaopra Lor took to Facebook to share videos of his encounters at a Super 8 and a Days Inn, where staff can be seen denying him accommodation simply because he is Asian.
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More than a dozen five-star hotels in China have come under fire after people discovered their unsanitary practices.
The information comes from an exposé from a blogger who filmed staff through hidden cameras as they went about “cleaning” articles guests had used.
China suspended the website and mobile app of hotel chain Marriott after it listed Chinese territories as separate “countries.”
The order, issued by the Shanghai Cyberspace Administration, is effective for one week. It also launched an investigation to determine if the company violated advertising and cybersecurity laws.
A man who appeared to be a professional tightrope walker performing a high-wire act was recently caught on video by a curious pedestrian in China.
However, the apparent death-defying stunt seen by residents of Panzhou, in the province of Guizhou, on September 29 turned out to be something a bit less exciting, although still amusing.
A consumer rights group in China accused five Beijing hotels of having poor hygiene standards after conducting its own investigations using hidden cameras and UV stamps.
The Beijing Tourism Association announced on Chinese social media platform Weibo that it would investigate the claims made by the group, whose name translates in English to “Better Choice, Better Life”.
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When we need Wi-Fi in public, sometimes it seems like we’ll say to ourselves, “I’ll take the first one I can get — I don’t care how shady it seems.” It might be slow, but free internet is always better than the Dark Ages-like periods when we don’t have any access.
Unfortunately, hackers know this too, and they’ve basically perfected a way to steal valuable information from your devices through attacks on public Wi-Fi networks that look like software updates. Hotels most of all have been hit with this threat for the valuable info travelling businessmen carry with them — and for their constant need to be online. The worst part is, big software companies like Microsoft, Google and Comcast either have no idea about it or have inadvertently put their customers at risk.