1.Avoid ostentatious displays of money or jewelry. These items provide tempting targets for criminals.
2.Avoid walking in the deserted or dark alleyways where it would be difficult for people to hear your cries for help if you were attacked.
3.All valuables should be placed in a bank safe deposit box. Bankbooks and chops (personal seals) should be placed separately.
4.Take notes of local police stations and medical facilities near your places of residence and work.
5.Refuse to accept a lift from a taxi driver who pulls over to the sidewalk to solicit you for a ride.
6.Avoid taxis with missing or illegible license plates.
7.Attempt to immediately get out of a taxi in which the driver appears to be intoxicated or is improperly dressed.
8.Take down the registration number and the name of the taxi driver. Both should be prominently displayed on the right hand side of the dashboard.
9.Avoid traveling alone. When traveling with a group, avoid leaving the group.
10.Select a hotel in a safe area. Check that the hotel’s rooms, doors and windows are secure.
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