Hilton Beijing Capital Airport
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... and warm up to the kids. If the kids are being held and taken care of the parents maybe more inclined to look.
7) The Toucher. This type of seller would grab you arm and try to pull you towards their booth. This was a pretty strange tactic that had no luck with us. A usual comment would be "look lady" or "look mister"; "good price".
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