By and  on August 5, 2013

BEIJING — When Hu Shuzan of Shanghai made his second visit to Paris, he planned to see more museums, take in the city’s impressive architecture and do plenty of shopping.

What Hu, 58, did not expect was to be robbed on the subway by a group of teenagers that he said surrounded him and feigned interest in what he had just purchased at a department store. This occurred just five days after his traveling companion had 1,000 euros — about $1,330 at current exchange — stolen from his wallet while visiting the Eiffel Tower.

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