China has issued a safety warning to its citizens traveling to the United States amid rising tensions between the sides over accusations of unfair trading practices and other disputes.
About 3 million Chinese tourists visited the U.S.in 2016, an increase of 15 percent from the prior year.
According to the embassy's memo, "American public security is not sufficient" in protecting against gun violence. "Cases of shootings, robberies, and theft are frequent", the embassy said in the alert published on Thursday to its website. The Chinese Embassy also warned Chinese travelers against the high cost of medical expenses and the danger of summer natural disasters in the U.S.
The U.S. will hit China with $34 billion worth of tariffs on goods on July 6.
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The Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that China will be "fully prepared to take a package of necessary measures" to safeguard its national interests.
China frequently issues travel warnings for Chinese overseas, generally in war-afflicted regions.
China banned all group tours to South Korea for part of 2017 in the wake of Seoul's decision to install the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system (THAAD), which has a powerful radar Beijing worries can penetrate Chinese territory.