The europeans are tame in comparence to the chinese, trust me on that.Designing a park to "weather" a particular audience is an interesting topic for discussion.
I must have grown up in a sheltered bubble of genteel people (NJ), because I remember visiting WDW as a kid being appalled after seeing some people stick their chewing gum on the queue railings at certain rides.
Later, I visited DLP and witnessed parents encouraging their children to defecate in the shrubs on Adventure Isle, and I remember thinking that these standards of behavior make my fellow Americans look great.
From what I understand, the Japanese are at the top of the behavior scale, making wear&tear on TDR parks much more manageable (DLP was built with TDS-level detailing but has suffered a lot of abuse).
From what I'm hearing, the mainland Chinese may be as tough on their SDL as the Europeans are on DLP.
Of course, there are ways to design a theme park that address this problem.