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This post was edited by TheMakerzBiz at 2014-4-24 13:22|
If you have a child who is too young to hold it, then you should always have the child wear a diaper. Having lived in the Mainland, I can attest that public urination/defecation are common. One time a baby pissed all over my shoes on the subway, and the mother didn't even apologize to me! I was angry with the uncivilized, barbaric mom, not the baby. The baby is a baby, but the mom should have a better education and not behave like a peasant (her clothes were not those of a peasant, and I have zero tolerance for someone with 1 Wan of clothing and 0 Wan of education).
Every time I have been to HK I have seen misbehaved Mainlanders. Are all Mainlanders misbehaved? Nope, but a lot are. The visa requirements should include a simple exam, much like a drivers license, about proper behavior. When I got my first China visa I had to sign off that I understood the rules of the PRC. This is fair.
Spending money doesn't make you a king. Get over yourselves, if the treatment is so bad then stop buying things in HK -- shampoo, soap, pharmaceuticals, baby formulas, etc. The Mainland is a big market, and all these goods are stocked in the stores.