/r/?posts=1836&page=1&t=2023&tid=14&link=1 source Reddit title Orisa Tour Operants Pledging to Stop ‘Hates’ article Orissa, a province in southern China’s Jiangsu Province, is home to some of China’s biggest and most powerful tourism operators.
With an estimated 40 million tourists a year, Orissa has a rich history of tourism.
Many of the resorts are owned by or run by local companies and the government is heavily involved in the industry.
A number of Orisa’s operators have recently faced harassment online, with one resort, Orisa City, taking down an entire Facebook page after receiving negative feedback.
The resort said that its decision to remove the page came after receiving complaints from customers and the local government.
Orisa is known for being a safe haven for tourists who go on long-term trips to remote places.
It’s a popular destination for Chinese backpackers who want to spend a few days in remote areas without any distractions.
On Friday, one of Orissa’s operators announced that they would no longer take any complaints about the harassment online.
“We will no longer respond to those who make malicious comments, slander or harass,” Orisa Tourism Co-ordinator Guo Ruo said.
“Our decision was made in order to prevent this kind of behavior from spreading, and to make our operations more stable and safe.”
The resort’s decision comes amid a crackdown by authorities in Orissa against social media users who promote or share illegal content.
On Tuesday, the state-owned news agency Xinhua reported that authorities had arrested a Chinese citizen in Orisa for promoting illegal content on social media, which it described as a crime under Chinese law.
Earlier this month, a man from Beijing was detained for allegedly distributing anti-government content on Twitter.