‘I am a proud Indian’: A Chinese guest says he loves the country

The Indian-Chinese Friendship Association, which manages the Hill Country resort in Belize, has been inundated with messages from people who want to know why they are not allowed to stay there. 

It is not the first time Chinese tourists have made complaints to the association about their treatment at the resort, which is a popular destination for tourists. 

But, this time, the Chinese visitor, a woman in her 60s, says she does not understand why she is being told she can’t stay. 

The Chinese woman’s complaint follows similar complaints from a Chinese tourist at the Hill country resort, who said he was asked to leave his hotel room to go to the bathroom.””

It seems like they have forgotten the word ‘India’,” she told NDTV.

The Chinese woman’s complaint follows similar complaints from a Chinese tourist at the Hill country resort, who said he was asked to leave his hotel room to go to the bathroom.

“It is hard for me to go back because I feel embarrassed.

I feel that I should not be humiliated like this,” said the tourist, who requested his name not be published for fear of reprisal. 

The Chinese tourist, from a city in Hunan province, said he had also been asked to wait in line to enter the hotel lobby for up to two hours.

He added that his hotel was not being used by Chinese tourists.

A hotel manager said the issue is not confined to the resort and there is a large Chinese population at the hotel.

The hotel manager, who declined to be named, said that Chinese guests are not being asked to vacate their rooms, and that the hotel was open and full of guests at the time the complaints were received.