"The most common complaints registered by Chinese travelers targeted the lack of certain amenities at Western destinations, which would typically be found in China. Visitors to hotels in the US frequently criticized the lack of hot drinking water and Chinese tea, as well as the absence of one-use toiletries (e.g. toothpaste, toothbrush, comb) that Chinese hotels generally provide. Concerning food and restaurants, one study’s participants found that Western food was either too sweet or unhealthy (fried food and high calories), or it surpassed their approximate food budgets of 10-30 US$ per day. Almost every participant expressed a desire for more readily available, authentic Chinese food."