I dunno, maybe. I've actually gotten along with Chinese tourists I've met pretty well (although I don't work in hospitality). But reading complaints online for a few minutes, I see mentions of Chinese being loud and also spitting a lot. And I'm like, well, that just sounds like rednecks where I live. And the generation that is growing up now in China is like the first generation removed from being full-blown, blast-furnace rednecks and now they're heading out into the world and the government is trying its hardest to say "please don't spit!" on giant propaganda billboards on the road to the airport -- hypothetical example but a lot of this talk about building a "socialist spiritual civilization" is really a fancy way of trying to encourage people not to throw trash in the street, or spit, or defecate or urinate in public. Like good, moral, civilized behavior and yada yada. Western countries tend to do the same thing although in different ways.
While shitting or pissing in public sounds barbaric, I grew up in the U.S. South and, like, you're driving down the road and you have to take a piss, you pull over and find a bush, you know? It's not a huge deal but if you're walking down the middle of the street in a major city and you decide to drop trough then that obviously isn't good.
I was in Amarillo, Texas one time and they have this exhibit there on the outskirts of town -- a series of old Cadillacs planted in the ground that anyone can paint on. It's very pomo and Amarillo is known for weird pomo stuff like that (oddly). Amarillo is a dusty pit stop along Route 66 and also smells like shit in the evening when it gets windy because 1/3 of U.S. beef production is around the town, and so particularized cow shit blows in and makes the whole town smell like shit. Annnnyways, there were these two young Brazilian guys who were driving across America, and they were there with a tiny quadcopter drone filming their adventures, and one guy was spraypainting an obnoxiously large Brazilian flag, to make the whole car basically look like a Brazil flag... and I thought that was obnoxious, because I find that kind of nationalism obnoxious. Probably voted for Bolsonaro. Anyways I thought it was funny they chose to symbolize their country as a beat-up old car that has implanted itself face-first into the ground. Morons.