SCAMMERS are Everywhere in CHINA!

  • Published on:  10/5/2017
  • Traveller beware, China is a wonderful place to visit but you are very likely to get scammed, and not just the occasional traveller, everyone! Knowledge is Power, and even if you live here you have to be on your guard. Scamming is a part of daily life in one way or the other, but armed with this knowledge, you should be able to avoid the worst scams and have an amazing experience travelling throughout China.Collin’s video:⚫ Watch Conquering Southern China (my documentary) and see China like no one outside of China has ever seen it before:⚫ Support me on Patreon: me on Facebook: @serpentzaInstagram: serpent_zaMy other channel: used: Kowloon City 2010Artist's bandcamp:


  • BlindMango 1 years ago

    Lmfao this dude in a suit and tie walks up in front of a bunch of scammers and says casually, "And here you have a bunch of scammers behind me" I'm dying

  • Shiyan Huang 5 days ago

    He is a liar!

  • Superior No1 9 days ago

    What's even funny is Fake Monks 😂 😭 and He told kids take a Hike 😂😭

  • Jungle Ginger 3 months ago

    SZA is so awkward around kids lol

  • Braden Dior 2 days ago

    @Chinadolls 😂

  • Shiyan Huang 5 days ago

    He is a liar

  • D3meZ 2 months ago

    Just say “No hablo inglés” problem solved

  • a a 5 days ago

    Yeah right they will switch to spanish or french and know more of it than you.

  • girohead 9 days ago

    I used that in India, which is full of solicitors, not necessarily scammers, but they all want the foreigner's money. "Mister, Mister...", "No hablo ingles..." (looks of shock)….

  • Kate Li 1 months ago

    “Real monks don’t wander the streets. Real monks stays in monastery.” 😂 duh 🙄

  • kali deres 20 hours ago

    Monks in Thailand can be seen in most streets.

  • Puccipoopoo an hour ago

    We have monks wearing the same outfit here in Chicago. They don’t take less than $20! Now I know they are not legit

  • Leah Gainer 2 months ago

    "Take a hike please if you don't mind.."😂😂 wow

  • chongtak 1 years ago

    Asians are shy, we don't speak to strangers. If someone comes to speak with you, it's very likely to be a scam, end of the story.

  • Buffy love tyinus 11 days ago

    all the Asians I've met always want more money from me especially in the nail salon

  • Jonas Pedersen 19 days ago

    @Commando Master Get a check on your testosteron levels. That's the mentality of a 20 year old who still doesn't know what life is besides sex.

  • Roger X 1 months ago

    Basicly don´t trust anyone in China. Noted

  • Roger X 1 months ago

    TBH one time Asia was enough thx.

  • Roger X 1 months ago

    @Chiko Loco Happend to me in Thailand. Came up with good english. Talked about how he studied in the US and showed me and my fiance some weird pass. When he wanted to exit at our station and asked where we where stationed we just kept going without talking to him. Still got pickpocketed by a "monk" in a cramped bus for 50 bucks.

  • Eamon iOS 4 months ago

    Who else looked at all the people behind him to see if they would look at him

  • GRC 1 months ago

    Predators seeking prey...LOL

  • Lance Wouzeir 4 months ago

    I am Chinese, born in Shanghai. I need to say that alll those situations this gent mentioned in this video are legitimately true and even local citizens suffered from this, so please dont take us as being hostile to foreigners. I don't know much about other cities, but such situations should be comparatively less in Beijing and Shanghai. Also I think the fact that most chinese like to cheat is due to the lack of family teaching, since most parents themselves are super greedy and snobby. But I'd say suc...

  • Gooner-KIRK an hour ago

    You ruin coins for us collectors with ALL YOUR FAKES WITH TUNGSTEN!!. HOPE YOUR COUNTRY ROTS AND IS NUKED.

  • Gooner-KIRK an hour ago


  • positive approach 5 months ago

    Ive been visiting Shanghai and traveling around Yiwu for couple of weeks in 2007. Non of this things happened to me. Except a messed up restaurant order ( that was actually very funny) I felt very secure, never scammed and well welcomed.