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内容摘要:中国大部分西部地区都是安全的。我曾从南京出发,去过上海两次。我和我同事都没有遇到任何安全上的问题。上海是一个非常现代化的大都市,在这里你可以找到各种不同国籍的人,无论是商业上的还是旅游上的。除非你正在进行一些非法交易,特别是在南京东大街,你很可能被骗,否则你不会摊上事的。那里的地...


中国大部分西部地区都是安全的。我曾从南京出发,去过上海两次。我和我同事都没有遇到任何安全上的问题。

上海是一个非常现代化的大都市,在这里你可以找到各种不同国籍的人,无论是商业上的还是旅游上的。除非你正在进行一些非法交易,特别是在南京东大街,你很可能被骗,否则你不会摊上事的。那里的地铁比世界上许多同等城市安全。如果你是一个西方人,你可能在南京大街上吸引不少的骗子的注意,只要把他们赶走就可以了。

还有,如果你有时间,可以搭几小时高速列车去苏州或南京,这两个地方有着丰富的文化遗产。我真心觉得南京是一个被低估的城市,因为它可以提供几乎所有的东西和以及伟大的历史!

另外祝你享受在中国的旅行!

Karthik Kumar T.D.R.
Most of the western China is safe. I have traveled to Shanghai twice from Nanjing. I have no incidents or from my colleagues against safety in Shanghai. Its an ultra modern and metro city you can find all kinds of people from different nationalities there either for business or for tourism.
Unless you are getting yourself into some illegal deals esp. on the Nanjing east street where you could be scammed otherwise you will be fine, it is safer than many equivalent metros in the world. If you are a westerner you could attract few scammers on Nanjing street, just shoo them away.
Also if you have time, take a trip to Suzhou or Nanjing few hours away in high speed train, these two places share a lot of cultural heritage. I really feel Nanjing is an under-rated city in-spite of all the things it could provide and great history !
Enjoy travelling in China !

Dominik Mayer
I would say it's pretty safe. Some aspects:
Crime: I haven't had any problem. A friend's purse was stolen at a party but that was it. I went out at night, also in small and silent streets and never ran into any trouble. There used to be a lot of police around.
Food: I wouldn't eat everything but I've also not had any serious problems.
Authorities: If you have a strong opinion concerning Tibet, Liu Xiaobo or something similar, I wouldn't voice it in public.
Traffic: I'd say public transportation is pretty safe. Look out when walking around because cars, bikes and scooters are probably the most dangerous things in the city. And there are many of them...

我会说这儿很安全。举某些方面的例子:

犯罪:我从来没有遇到过任何问题。有次朋友的钱包在聚会上被偷了,但仅此而已。
我晚上出去,即使走在又小又安静的街道上,也从来没有遇到任何麻烦。过去附近常常有很多警察。

食物:我不乱吃任何东西,但我也没有遇到过任何严重的问题。

有关部门:如果你对西藏、刘晓波或类似的事情有强烈的观点,我不建议公开发表意见。

交通:我想说这里的公共交通是相当安全的。

当你四处走动时,你要留点心了,因为汽车、自行车和摩托车可能是这个城市里最危险的东西。它们引起了很多的悲剧。。。

Peter Leykam  
Since you asked me to answer, I'll give you my perspective with the caveat that this is based on my experience living in Beijing and having lots of friends in Shanghai.
The only foreigners I know who have been straight up robbed in China had it coming.  They were approached by someone who offered to bring them to a prostitute, and followed them into an alley, or to a massage parlor on the outskirts of town.  That's just a violation of basic common sense - if you were in Manhattan you wouldn't jump into a car with someone you just met on the street for a drive out to The Bronx, and if you did you would be back,lying on stretcher .  If you avoid those kinds of sketchy scenarios, you just have to worry about pick pockets.
You mostly have to worry about being scammed.  The classic scam is that you're in a touristy area, a couple of cute girls start chatting you up and suggest that you go to a bar or tea house to talk more.  The next thing you know you're being charged hundreds of dollars for some crappy tea.  While you do run into people who legitimately want to practice their English with you, you have to go into any interaction like that with the assumption that they're trying to rip you off.
In Beijing, expats occasionally get beaten up in bar brawls.  This usually gets frxd as anti-foreigner sentiment, but I take it as egalitarianism.  If Chinese dudes are going to beat each other up in bar brawls, why should they discriminate against non-Chinese and leave us out?  Its not something that you have to be especially wary of, but it is a possibility.
As far as politics goes, I don't think you have to worry about voicing political opinions in public.  People do that all the time.  Just don't gather in large groups to do so in an incredibly conspicuous way, and you'll be fine.
And to echo Dominik Mayer, the biggest threat to your safety is not a mugger, its some random jackass on an electric scooter.  For some reason in Shanghai they like to drive with their lights off at night.  Since they don't make a lot of noise, its hard to see them coming.

既然你诚心诚意地发问了,那我就大发慈悲地告诉你,以下这些观点将基于我在北京以及上海生活和交朋友的经历。

接下来的是,我认识的唯一一个在中国被抢劫的外国人的故事。话说有人主动提出要把他们带去做大保健,然后他就跟着他们进了一条小巷,再然后去了城郊的一家按摩店。这完全违背了基本的常识——如果你在曼哈顿,你绝对不敢和你刚刚在街上遇到的人,一起开车去布朗克斯区(红灯区),如果你这样做了,你可能会竖着进去横着回来。如果你能忍受那些粗糙的场景的话,你要担心的只有自己的口袋够不够深了。

你最需要担心的就是诈骗。典型的骗局是,你在一个旅游景点,几个可爱的女孩开始和你聊天,建议你去酒吧或茶室聊天。下一件事你需要知道的事情就是,你将要为一些粗茶付出数百美元的费用。当你遇到那些想要和你一起练习英语的人,或者必须进入类似的互动中时,你要假设他们想要把你衣服都扒光。

在北京,外籍人士偶尔会在酒吧里打架。这通常被认为是反外国人的民族情绪,但我认为它体现了平等主义。如果中国的男人们也在酒吧里打架的话,为什么他们要特别歧视外国人,把我们赶出去呢?这不是你必须特别小心的事情,但也算是一种可能。

就政治而言,我认为你不必担心公开发表政治观点。这里的人们经常这样做。
只要不在大庭广众下以一个非常显眼的方式聚集在一起,你会没事的。

为了呼应Dominik Mayer的回答,对你的安全最大的威胁不是一个抢劫犯,而是一个随机骑着电动车的傻比。出于某种原因,上海的人们喜欢晚上开车时把灯关掉。
因为它们也没有发出太大的噪音,所以很难看出它们正在朝你撞过来。

Timi Williams
Shanghai is incredibly safe in terms of violent crime and in my 7 years here I have yet to meet anyone who has been harmed (intentionally) by another person. When I first moved here at the tender age of 24, I often used to walk home by myself at 2 or 3 in the morning, something I would never do in Chicago (where I'm from) or NYC (where I lived for a year).
That being said, I'll add some caveats that echo what others have said:
-Beware of scams. The tea house and bar examples stated in other answers are very true. Fortunately I knew this before coming here and so when I had the pleasure of being approached by some college students wanting to "practice their English and take me to tea" I knew to say no. If you get into a taxi and they claim that they're meter is broken, get out. Better yet, take über. People's über is actually cheaper here than taxis and generally the cars are nicer with seatbelts that work. When going to a market to buy something, negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. EVERYTHING in China is negotiable. Whatever the price they quote you is, pay 50% (obviously this does not apply to restaurants, stores in malls, etc.).
-Watch out for scooters! Many people here ride Vespa-like scooters, except they're all electric and make no noise. Drivers also have little regard for anyone other than themselves (I may get flack for that answer, but it's the truth). Scooters (and cyclists) will ride on the sidewalk and come whipping around corners with no warning. As a pedestrian you are the lowest on the food chain and they will have no problem hitting you. If you are an obvious foreigner they may take a little bit more care in avoiding you, but not much. I have been hit by scooters twice as a pedestrian in my time here. Nothing serious, but definitely sore arms the next day!
-Don't be an idiot. This one is pretty simple. Don't stand in the middle of the street yelling "Free Tibet!" or "Falun Gong is awesome!" at the top of your lungs unless you're looking to get arrested and/or deported. Don't go into unknown neighborhoods at night by yourself. Stick to the Former French Concession, Jing'an, the Bund, etc. for your nighttime entertainment and you'll be fine. Pay attention to your belongings. Though I don't know anyone who has been mugged, I have met one or two people who have been pick-pocketed. Ever since I got my bag slashed with a knife in a "covert" robbing attempt on the Barcelona Metro, I'm overly cautious about this. Just keep you bags zipped or your belongings in your front pockets and you won't need to worry. If you do forget your iPhone on a table in a restaurant or bar, don't hold out hope that it will still be there by the time you remember.
Overall, Shanghai is really safe and you don't need to worry too much while visiting. Safe travels!

上海在暴力犯罪方面是非常安全的,在我上海生活的七年时间里,我还没有遇到任何一个故意被别人伤害到的人。

当我于24岁第一次搬到上海这里时,我经常会在凌晨两点或三点独自步行回家,这是我在芝加哥(我就是从那里来的)或纽约(我曾在那里住了一年)永远不会做的事情。

话虽如此,我还是要加上一些与别人的回答,能互相呼应的警示。

谨防诈骗——在其他答案中,那些陈述的茶室和酒吧的例子是非常真实的。幸运的是,我在来到上海之前就知道这一点,所以当我有幸被一些想要“练习他们的英语,并想带我出去一起喝茶”的大学生搭讪时,我知道了说不。

如果你坐出租车,司机声称他们的计价器坏了,那就利索点下车。更好的选择是,选择优步打的。优步的价格比正常出租车更便宜,一般来说,汽车的安全带也更好。

去市场买东西的时候,讨价,还价,再砍价。中国的一切都是可以商量的。不管他们给你的报价是什么,可能只需支付50%(当然了这并不适用于餐馆还有商场里的商店等)。

一定要注意电动车!这里的许多人都骑着类似于摩托车的小型摩托车,只不过它们都是电动的,没有噪音。除了自己,司机几乎不关心别人(我可能会因为这个回答而受到批评,但这的确是事实)。滑板车和骑自行车的人会在人行道上飞驰,而且不会发出任何警示。作为一个行人,你是食物链中最低的人,他们不会对你有任何关注。

如果你是一个很明显的外国人,他们可能会更小心地避开你,但这种情况也不会太多。我在这里生活,已经被电动车撞了两次了。虽然没有发生什么严重的后果,但第二天被撞到的地方肯定会酸痛的。

千万别当一个傻比。这也很容易理解:不要站在大街中央大喊“解放xz!——除非你想被逮捕或者被驱逐出境,否则就把话憋在你肚子里。

不要在晚上独自进入一个不知名的街区。好好呆在以前的法租界,静安和外滩等待你晚上的娱乐活动,你会没事的。

注意你的物品。虽然我不知道有人被抢劫过,但我遇到过一两个人,他们都有被抢劫过。自从我的钱包在巴塞罗那地铁挨了秘密抢劫犯的一刀后,我就对这个问题非常谨慎了。只要把你的袋子拉链或者你的财物放在前面的口袋里,你就不用担心了。如果你在餐馆或酒吧的桌子上忘记了你的iPhone,不要抱太大希望,在你还记得的时候,它会在你的身边。

总的来说,上海是非常安全的,你在旅游的时候不需要太担心。
祝你旅途安全!

Jan M. Gronski
I spent 5 years in Shanghai and walked in alleys and small neighborhoods at night. I have never felt fear or felt threatened of being mugged.
Having said that you need to be aware of pickpockets. Pickpockets tried to get me 3 times and got my wallet once. Once it was in metro, once on a bus and once on a street. Two out of these three times were in the situation when I was getting on the train (or bus). This is the ideal situation for the thief. You are distracted because you are getting onto the train and the thief  if he gets your wallet can stay at the station while you are being taken away by public transport.
Follow common sense. In your wallet carry only things that you need and nothing more, Never put anything in your back pocket,
Note that many locals in public transport carry their backpacks in front and not in the back. That is also a good safety precaution.

我在上海待了5年。晚上在小巷和小社区散步时,我从未感受到恐惧或担心被抢劫的威胁。

有人已经说过了,你需要注意扒手。曾经有三次,扒手试图偷我东西,成功偷了一次我的钱包。一次是在地铁里,一次是在公共汽车上,还有一次是在街上。

在我坐地铁或公共汽车的时候,是小偷最理想的情况,这三次中的两次都是在这种情况下发生的。你因为坐火车而分心,如果你的钱包在公交上被小偷偷走,你的钱包可能还被他丢在车站。

遵循常识。在你的钱包里,只带着你需要的东西,也不要再把东西放在你衣服的后口袋里。注意,很多做公交的本地人都会把背包放在前面,而不是放在后面。
这也是一个很好的安全预防措施。

Craig Humphrey
This question keeps coming up.  People, it's safe.  Very safe in Shanghai.
The many responses to this question document it quite well.  Being a pedestrian crossing a busy street that you aren't familiar with?  Not so safe.
Otherwise, no worries.
Young girls in evening wear can leave a nightclub at 2AM and walk home, no problem.  (I've seen this).

这类问题不断地出现。父老乡亲们,上海安全,上海很安全。

对这个问题的许多回答都很好地证明了这一点。但是当一个行人穿过一条你不熟悉的繁忙街道时?就不太安全了。

其他的情况下,不用担心。穿着晚礼服的年轻女孩可以在凌晨两点离开一家夜总会,步行回家,完全没问题。(我看过这种情况)。

Yeri Tiete
China in general is very safe, and I've seen teenage girls walk alone around the Bund at 4am.
It's common sense to keep a watch on your wallet. In Tibet I've seen two people follow us (me & my girlfriend) and coming closer and closer until I turned around and looked them in the eyes -- they blxed and continued their way. But then again, there's also a difference between Shanghai and Lhasa.
The only way I see locals trying to "steal" from you, is by ripping you off as a tourist. It really helps to have a local (or someone that speaks Chinese). You'll overpay for a lot. But that's happening in every touristic city. :) Don't forget to bargain for, well, pretty much everything.
In Shenzhen I have had issues in a pub with a western doorman who thought he was the local emperor.
In Beijing we went into a shady bar (for fun & glory) and got ripped off as expected. When we were trying to leave they found their biggest and meanest doorman and tried to make us pay even more. After some shouting and blocking our way we could just leave.
I've been brought to the police station in Shenzhen (but not arrested or even interrogated, none of them spoke decent enough English) after a real-estate deal went sour between my GF and a broker. By coincidence we met him in the streets and he tried to harass her and wouldn't let us go (shouting, blocking our path) until she paid him money. After about half an hour or him being a total pain some locals called police and we could all spend half a day arguing even more at the police station (who didn't really give a...).
Food wise, while in general I understand it doesn't always look "safe", I've honestly never had any problems. And I've eaten from places I probably shouldn't have eaten. :)
In Shanghai we ate dog in the outskirts of the city, and that too happened safely and fine.
Also note worthing that in China we've also had wonderful times, met the nicest people (very friendly shop keepers who would do anything to make you a happy customer), made life long friends, etc. :)

总的来说,中国是非常安全的,我也看到过在凌晨4点,十几岁的女孩字独自在外滩边上漫步。

把手表放在钱包上是一种常识。在西藏,我看到有两个人跟着我们(我和我的女朋友),越来越近,直到我转过身,看着他们的眼睛——他们眨了眨眼睛,才继续走他们的路。但话说回来,上海和拉萨也有不小的区别。

我看到当地人试图从你那里“偷钱”的唯一方法就是把你当作游客来狠狠地宰。有一个当地人(或会说中文的人)真的很有帮助。否则你会多付很多钱,但是这种情况在每个旅游城市都有发生。不要忘记去讨价还价,好吧,几乎所有的事情都需要还价。

在深圳,我在酒吧里和一位西人门卫发生了点问题,他以为自己是当地的皇帝。
在北京,我们走进了一个阴暗的酒吧(为了好玩和荣耀),并像预期的那样被狠狠宰了。当我们试图离开时,他们派出了他们块头最大,也最卑鄙的门卫,并试图让我们付出更多。在挡住了我们的路,并一番咋呼之后,我们终于可以离开了。

我曾经因为我的女朋友和经纪人之间的房地产交易失败了,而被带到深圳的警察局(但不是被逮捕,也没有被审问,他们找不到能说英语的)。巧的是,我们在街上遇到了那个经纪人,他想要骚扰她,不让我们走(大喊大叫,挡住我们的路),直到她付钱给他。大约半个小时后,一些当地人叫了警察,我们都花了半天的时间在警察局(谁也没有让步...)来更多地争论。

在食物方面,虽然我知道它看起来并不总是“安全的”,但我从来没有遇到过任何问题。我在一些我可能不应该吃饭的地方吃过饭——在上海,我们在城市的郊区里吃了狗肉,而且这种情况也发生得很安全。

还有一点值得注意的是,在中国,我们也有过美好的时光,遇到了最好的人(一些非常友好的店主,他们会做任何事来让你成为一个快乐的顾客),交了一辈子的朋友,等等。

Yu-Hsing Chen
In general, it is very safe to travel in China, the biggest danger is probably the traffic (both in terms of driving or cross streets) your extremely unlikely to be robbed / kidnapped / threatened . though there’s some small chance of being scammed (granted, that’s more of a danger for people who speaks Chinese.) or pick pocketed ( though nothing close to that of say..
Shanghai especially is extremely modern and advanced, so as long as your not being an idiot and have your basic level of awareness that your travelling in a foreign country you should be fine.
In general in China if you don’t speak any Chinese, then being in the major cities or major destinations and you should be fine, but outside of that it might start to get a bit more complicated (more in the sense of inconvenience than danger. )
Oh, one more important thing to remember , NOT ALL HOTELS CAN TAKE FOREIGN GUESTS. this is something to remember.

总的来说,在中国旅行是非常安全的,最大的危险可能在于交通(无论是驾驶还是在十字街),你都有可能被抢劫/绑架/威胁。
尽管有很小的机会被骗(当然,这对说汉语的人来说更危险),或者是捡到钱包(尽管这与说的没有什么关系。)上海尤其现代而先进,所以只要你不是一个白痴,并且有你在国外旅行的基本意识,你就应该过的很好。

一般来说,在中国,如果你不讲中文,那么在大城市或主要的目的地,你应该没问题,但除此之外,事情可能会变得有点复杂(更多的是给你带来不便,而不是危险)。

哦,还有一件重要的事情要记住,不是所有的酒店都接受外国客人。这是一定要记住的。

Leo Zach
Generally safe, IF you do take precautions and if you do know what to expect.
Here is an excellent 2016 report on Shanghai crime and safety, from the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) of the US Dept of State: https://www.osac.gov/pages/Conte...
Financial crime is more likely to hit you, whether it involves face-to-face invitations or sms/call invitations on your phone. Also, always negotiate in the presence of a trusted Chinese friend for any substantial transaction.
Having said that, is violent crime non-existent as some answers here make it sound like? Absolutely not.
This is the entrance of a high school in Shanghai. Notice the security AND police standing by? This is as a result of a string of deadly knife attacks by deranged perpetrators on teachers AND young children, throughout China, especially since 2010. Several children died of their injuries or ruthlessly murdered on the spot.
In addition, always remember that in China you cannot depend on stats. Rape, for example, is very rarely reported (“loss of face” for victim plus police doesn’t take it seriously). That gives the perpetrator a sense of impunity.
Keep in mind that Shanghai is home to many (millions) of young migrant workers, some of whom have “nothing to lose”. The increasing wealth inequality, especially visible in the Tier 1 cities, is resulting in increasing crime, sometimes violent crime.
On a day to day basis, you have to remember that when you are crossing ANY street, always look left, right, front AND back, due to “errant” motor bikes usually.
Finally, something that you cannot escape, no matter what precautions you take. While much is said of Beijing pollution, Shanghai sometimes does not want to be “left behind” :)
This a reading of PM2.5 air pollution in Shanghai from last week (from the US Embassy monitor site), when 23 cities in North China were put on red alx (the highest level) because of pollution.
upxe April ‘17: I believe many answers here are doing a disservice to readers by “whitewashing” violent crime in the big cities in China. Again, remember, that the Tier 1 and 2 cities are hosts to millions of hapless migrant workers who have very little to lose.
Always keep your guard up, especially if you are traveling alone.

安全性一般吧,如果你采取预防措施,并知道会发生什么的话。

这是一个优秀的2016年上海犯罪和安全的报告,来自海外安全咨询委员会美国部门(OSAC):https://www.osac.gov/pages/Conte..

经济诈骗更有可能袭击你,无论是面对面的邀请,还是电话里的短信/电话邀请。
另外,在任何重要的交易中,都要与一位值得信赖的中国朋友进行协商。

话虽如此,暴力犯罪是不存在的,因为这里的答案听起来像?绝对不是。

这是在上海高中的入口。注意到保安和警察站在旁边了吗?这是由于在中国各地,尤其是自2010年以来,针对教师和儿童发生的一系列致命的持刀行凶者袭击造成的。有几个孩子死于他们的伤势,或者直接在当场被无情地谋杀。
澳门新濠天地网址:去中国上海旅游安全吗?
此外,永远记住,在中国你不能依靠统计数据。例如,强奸案就很少被报道(为了保护受害者的“面子”和警察的“面子”)。这给了犯罪者一种不会被惩罚的感觉。

请记住,上海是许多(上百万)年轻农民工的家乡,他们中的一些人“没有什么可以失去的”。日益严重的财富不平等现象,尤其是在一线城市,犯罪案件日益加剧,有时甚至是暴力犯罪。

在每天,你必须要记住,当你过马路的时候,总是向左、右、前、后多多看一眼,因为通常会撞到“错误”的电动车。

最后,不管你采取什么预防措施,你都无法逃脱。尽管大家都说北京的污染非常严重,但是上海有时也不愿“被抛在后面”。上周来自美国大使馆监测点,上海PM2.5空气污染情况,华北23个城市全都由于污染而处于红色警戒状态(最高水平)。


2017年4月17日的更新:我相信这里的很多答案是通过在中国的大城市“粉饰”暴力犯罪来伤害读者。请再次记住,一,二线城市以数以百万流失土地的农民工为主体。请时刻保持警惕,尤其是独自旅行的时候。

Abu J Nazir
Really safe in Shanghai.I can say Shanghai is one of the safest cities in the world.With lots of police patrol in the street,the advanced metro system(there are at least 2 policemen in one metro station).Except you go to somewhere really far away from the city(not further than the outer ring road)at night.

Also,like big cities among the world,there are thief here.I strongly suggest my foreign friends find a Chinese friend go with them when they want to go to some scenic area.Be aware of all your belongings when you are somewhere really crowded.Taking several hundred RMB in your pocket is better than carrying purse/wallet.Only 50% of restaurants and shops in China can use credit care.Just taking money is ok.

在上海很安全。可以说,上海是世界上最安全的城市之一。在街上有着大量的巡逻警察,地铁系统也很先进(在一个地铁站里至少有2名警察)。除非你到某个地方去很远的地方(不超过外环路)。

而且,就像世界上的大城市一样,这里也有小偷。我强烈建议我的外国朋友在他们想去某个风景区的时候找一个中国朋友一起去。当你在一个非常拥挤的地方时,要注意你所有的东西。在你的口袋里装上几百元比带钱包要好。在中国,只有50%的餐馆和商店可以使用信用卡。只要拿钱就行。

Christina Camelia
Safe. China in general is a safe place to travel around but you still need to be careful with your belongings. It’s like in most cities - safe but don’t leave your bag unattended or open. Transport in Shanghai is pretty simple as they have the Subway system which is pretty cheap and easy to use.
Taxis I don’t recommend purely because they’re more expensive, but again they are safe to use should you wish to take one. If you’re worried about flagging down a taxi in China then I would suggest maybe going to a hotel and asking for help.
On the whole you should have no problem getting around Shanghai. It’s a busy place but a safe place.

挺安全的。总的来说,中国是一个安全的旅游地点,但你仍然需要小心你的行李。
这就像在大多数城市一样——虽然这里比较安全,但也不要把你的包放在无人看管或打开的地方。

上海的交通非常便捷,他们的地铁系统很便宜,而且很容易使用。我不推荐出租车,因为它们更贵,但如果你想打的的话,它们也是安全的。如果你担心在中国打不到车,那么我建议你去酒店寻求帮助。

从整体上来说,你在上海周边应该没有问题。这是一个繁忙的地方,但也是一个安全的地方。

Riccardo Porta
I have been in Shanghai the last week. A great safe city. Just pay attention when you cross the streets because the taxi drivers ignore the rules :-)

我上个星期在上海。这是一个伟大而又安全城市。但是当你过马路时要注意,因为出租车司机常常忽略交通规则:-)

Jack
The short answer is pretty safe, at least in Shanghai and other middle or big cities;
Here’re some details and guides/tips for foreigners coming to China.
compared to my few months in either Europe or USA, I did not find Shanghai or other big cities in China is different.
before talking about safety, the most important thing to remember:
* If you need to call police here, call 110 using a local phone. or 86-110 if you want to add the country code of 86.

1. life safety
a. crime
so long as you have normal activities, you are pretty safe. no one will try to hurt you or kill you without any reasons.
by normal I mean staying out on regular hours,do not go to places where you can not see anyone in late night.
take some friends if you go to bars or so on, and keep yourself smart.
b. traffic
well, watch out if you want to cross the street, especially in the night.
c. politic topics
as a foreigner, do not talk about politic topics in china since you do not know the standard here.
2. money safety
a. robbers and thieves
robbers are not that much. be careful about your money and put them in a good place. do not show your money too much.
in the night, be careful about your wallet, especially if you’re near the train stations,
do not take too many cashes;
b. cheatings
in the tourist places, be careful when you buy something. one simple
rule is do not buy things with high price, no matter how much they have
been decreased from the original places.

简短的回答:相当安全,至少在上海和其他中等或大城市是这样的。这里有一些关于外国人来中国的细节和建议。与我在欧洲或美国的几个月相比,我没有发现上海或中国其他大城市的情况有所不同。

在谈论安全性之前,最重要的是要记住:如果你需要打电话给警察,用当地的电话打110。或者86-110,如果你想添加86的国家代码的话。
1。生命安全
a.犯罪
只要你正常地活动,你就很安全。没有人会没有任何理由地试图伤害你或杀死你。
正常情况下,我指的是在正常的时间里呆在外面,不要去那些在深夜看不到任何人的地方。如果你去酒吧的话,带上一些朋友,保持自己的机警。

b .交通
如果你想过马路,特别是在晚上,小心点。

c .政治话题
作为一个外国人,不要在中国谈论政治话题,因为你不清楚这里的底线。

2。资金安全
a:强盗和小偷
劫匪没有那么多。小心你的钱,把它们放在一个好地方。不要把你的钱看得太重。
晚上,要小心你的钱包,特别是当你在火车站附近时。也不要带太多的现金。

b .诈骗
在旅游景点,买东西的时候要小心。一个简单的原则就是不要以高价买东西,不管它们比原产地便宜了多少钱。

Christian Kober
China is extremely safe. You can walk any street in Shanghai at any time of the day and night, whether you are male and female, and nothing will happen (but be careful with regard to the traffic!). Subways and taxis are similarly safe.
For an American that may be difficult to believe, but it is the truth.
Background is that there are no guns, so random crime etc. are not common and there is a higher level  of social control

中国是非常安全的。你可以随时随地走在上海的任何一条街上,无论你是男性还是女性,什么都不会发生,但要注意交通!

地铁和出租车同样安全。对于一个美国人来说,这可能是一个很难相信的事实。中国大环境是禁枪的,所以随机犯罪等情况是不常见的,社会治安水平较高。

Susan Ma
I think the main concern would be pickpockets. If you're a guy (or girl, I guess), just carry some folded money in your pocket. Don't put the whole wallet in your back pocket.
Natives get their pockets picked too, but as a foreigner, you're basically a walking target. I think the trick is to be just discouraging enough that the thief moves on to someone else. For example, on the train and on the bus I always wear my backpack in front AND fasten a safety pin to the end of each zipper. On the street, I wear a backpack or shoulder bag, but I don't carry a purse.

我认为主要关注的是扒手。 如果你是一个男人(或女孩),只要把一些折叠的钱放在口袋里。 不要把整个钱包放在你的后口袋里。当地人也选择他们的口袋。

作为一个外国人,你基本上是一个行走的钱包。 我认为诀窍只是让小偷向别人转移注意。 例如,在火车上和公共汽车上,我总是将背包换到前面,并将安全销固定在每个拉链的末端。 在街上,我会带上背包或跨包,但是我就是不带钱包。

Corbett Wall
Very safe for a big city with 20 million people. Unfortunate things do happen to people, foreigners included, but if you're not one to seek or attract trouble you should be ok. Obvious caveat: don't be stupid and don't date a PSB officer's mistress.

对于一个拥有2000万人口的大城市来说,这是非常安全的。但不幸的事情总会发生在人们身上,包括外国人。但如果你不是一个寻求或吸引麻烦的人,你应该没事。

显而易见的警告:别犯浑,不要和公安人员的情妇约会。

Kimbra Power
Shanghai is one of the safest places I've ever been to.
I've lived here 9 years, I've never been scammed in any way. I have seen other people being taken advantage of in shopping markets etc, people who don't have any local language
I agree with other commenters that the traffic is the biggest danger to foreign travelers; ingore any rules you've ever known, anything goes sometimes, especially with the scooters...mmmm, and buses, and taxis...

上海是我去过的最安全的地方之一。我在这里住了9年,从来没有被骗过。我看到有人在购物市场上被占便宜,那些没有当地语言的人,正在损失金钱。我也同意其他评论者的意见,交通对外国游客来说是最大的危险;任何你所知道的规则,任何事情都有可能发生,特别是在电动车上。

嗯,还有公共汽车和出租车……

Anonymous
It's safe, but please be careful of girls around you.
If you find any Chinese girl is approaching you and is speaking English, then don't get into her words. You might land up in a big trouble. Simply ask her to LEAVE.

I had a recent experience of such incident.
I visited Shanghai for the very first time.
Before leaving for my trip, some senior colleagues asked me to “Take Care and Be Careful.”
I took those words seriously and was extra careful to handle my Wallet as well as iPhone.
One fine evening, I went to “The Bund” alone for a siteseeing. I spend very good 1hrs there, it was very beautiful.
I was feeling hungry and almost tired walking all over the street. I spent a lot of time there as it was very beautiful and sea breeze was making me feel cold.
I should have gone back to hotel, but I couldn't resist myself to take an extra walk down the city street
I think that was my biggest mistake.
As I walked for few meters, a girls came next to me and asked, “Where are you going?”.
I had simply replied, “ No where.”
She started talking, “ I came here for a vacation.”
And then, “ Do you want to eat something? Let’s go to nearby Restaurant. We will have some beer and food.”
Since I was hungry, so my mind couldn't judge the situation. She kept walking beside me on that busy street.
She asked, “ What do you like to eat?”
I promptly reply to her, “ Noodles”.
With that reply she took the charge and asked my name. And then I asked her too.
Coincidently our nick names matched. I think that was the Icing on the Cake.
We kept on walking and landed to the nearby restaurant.
We sat down and I ordered “A beer and a plate of Noodle”.
We shared some conversation about China and India culture.
After 1hour our table was full of wine glasses, scotch glasses and few beer cans.
And then, one more girl entered and sat down on our table. She was her friend.
Both of the girls had those drinks and kept replacing the empty once.
They tried to make me drunk. But I had only 2 beers, 2 wines and some portion of noodles.
Those girls started talking about sex and played some videos on phone.
I realized very late and asked them to get the bill as I wanted to leave.
So the best part is yet to come.
The bill was $800.
They asked me to pay the bill.
I stood up and was shocked, “I don't have this much money. How could I pay all? I can only pay 1/3 (The Engineer within me woke up) ”
They started shouting, “ We are a play girl. You have to pay, else we will call our friends.”
I was so nervous in that situation that all alcohol effect was almost gone.
The overall situation was getting out of my control. So I decided to pay off whatever I had and get out that shit.
I had emptied my pocket, it was a jerk of $400.
I realized the real meaning of “Take Care and Beware”.

上海是安全的,但是请小心你周围的女孩。

如果你发现任何一个中国女孩正在接近你,并且说着英语,那就不要和她搭话。
因为你可能会陷入大麻烦。只需直接让她走开就行了。

我最近有过这样的经历:我第一次访问上海。在出发前,一些资深的同事让我“小心谨慎”。我认真地对待这些建议,并且格外小心地处理我的钱包和iPhone。

一个晴朗的夜晚,我独自去了“外滩”。我在那里花了1个小时,景色非常漂亮。

澳门新濠天地网址:去中国上海旅游安全吗?

后来我感到饿了,走在大街上累的不行。我在那里呆了很长时间,因为那里真心很漂亮,就是海风让我觉得很冷。我本应该回去酒店,但我还是忍不住要在城市街道上多走一走。我想那是我最大的错误。

当我走了几米远的时候,一个女孩走到我身边,问道:“你要去哪里?”
我只是简单地答道:“哪都不去。”
她开始说:“我是来这儿度假的。”
然后,她问“你想吃点什么吗?我们可以去附近的餐馆。喝点啤酒和点些吃的。”

因为我饿了,所以我的大脑无法判断情况。在那条繁忙的街道上,她一直陪在我身边。她问:“你喜欢吃什么?”我立刻回复她,“面条”。有了这个回答,她接过了我的名字,问了我的名字。然后我也问了她的。巧合的是,我们的尼克名字也吻合。我认为那是蛋糕上的糖衣。

我们继续走着,走到附近的餐馆。我们坐了下来,点了一杯啤酒和一盘面条。我们进行了一些关于中国和印度文化的对话。一小时后,我们的桌子上摆满了酒杯、苏格兰酒杯和几瓶啤酒罐。

然后,又有一个女孩进来,坐在我们的桌子上。她是她的朋友。两个女孩都喝了这些饮料,并且一直在车轮战。她们试图把我灌醉。但我只喝了两瓶啤酒、两瓶酒和一些面条。

那些女孩开始谈论性,并在手机上播放一些视频。我很晚才意识到这些,我要她们把帐单拿出来,我想离开。

最精彩的部分还没有到来。此次消费金额总共是800美元!他们让我付帐。我站起来,震惊地说:“我没有这么多钱。我怎么支付所有的费用?我只能付三分之一呀(我内心的工程师终于醒了)。

她们开始大喊:“我们都是小太妹。你必须付钱,否则我们就要叫我们的朋友来了。”

在那种情况下,我非常紧张,所有的酒精效应都消失了。总的来说,我已经失去了我的控制。所以我决定把我的一切账单都还清,然后赶紧从这摊子破事里脱身。我把口袋里的钱都掏空了,这是一个400美元的教训。

最终我意识到“小心谨慎”的真正含义。

Dean Lapthorne
Safe safe safe; coming from any big European or Nth American city Shanghai will feel super safe. 8 years and counting in Shanghai and never have I experienced anything which has made me feel for my own safety.

安全,安全,很安全.

如果你来自欧洲的任何一个大城市或北美的城市,都将感觉这里是超级安全的。
我在上海已经工作了8年,从来没有经历过任何让我担心自己安全的事情。

Michael Asimos
I agree with Peter's assessment. Traveling always pairs with a certain amount of risk, if you are being seen as a foreigner. This plus being unaware of your surroundings and activities makes you a target (but not much more than if you were in any US city).

我同意彼得的看法。如果你被当作是外国人,旅行总是会有一定的风险。再加上不熟悉你周围的环境和活动,将使你成为一个目标,但风险并不比你在美国任何城市更多。



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