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Jan 9, 2010
 
To all aspiring negroes worldwide:

http://www.thechinaexpat.com/racism-in-china/

Racism Against Black People in China

Racism against black people may be the strongest form of racism in China.

Many families in China would be horrified if their son or daughter married a black person. Some would even disown them outright.

It can be difficult getting a job teaching English in China if you are black. This is because of the perception of many people in China that only white people are ‘true Americans’ or ‘true English’ people.

Sadly, it’s often easier to get a job teaching English in China as a white person from a country where English is not a native language than as a black person from a country where English is the only native language.

Many people in China think most black people play basketball and are violent. If you are black, many people from China will perceive you as African. If you are not, you will have to repeatedly explain that you are from another country

The most common slur against black people in Chinese seems worse than that used for white people -“black ghost” vs.“old ghost”. Many people in China also assume that if you are black, you have very little money.

Racism against blacks in China is also strongly linked to the class divisions and racism that exists within Chinese society. This is not a justification for racism against blacks in China, but for thousands of years Chinese people of lighter skin looked down upon those of darker skin, who often could not afford to be anything other than a peasant farmer.
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China is never meant for other people other than Chinese (Hans, Tibetans, Uighurs etc). And likewise GB was only meant to be the land of Anglo Saxons. If other race wants to live in place with strong Chinese culture, go to Singapore.
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Jan 10, 2010
 
China is not White so how could they be racist?
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EXPLAIN THAT wrote:
China is not White so how could they be racist?
Idiot, Did you click on the link and read the china post. Racism exists in almost all the countries in the World except for Africa continent, African populations worldwide. China are big ass kissers of the White race, just like everyone else.
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Idiot, Did you click on the link and read the china post. Racism exists in almost all the countries in the World except for Africa continent, African populations worldwide. China are big ass kissers of the White race, just like everyone else.
I see, they are emulating the Whites' racism, ok I get it.

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Many people in China think most black people play basketball and are violent. If you are black, many people from China will perceive you as African. If you are not, you will have to repeatedly explain that you are from another country
The most common slur against black people in Chinese seems worse than that used for white people -“black ghost” vs.“old ghost”. Many people in China also assume that if you are black, you have very little money.
Blacks are identified with African anywhere in the world. In the US, its call African American. And interestingly,'old ghost' is the common slur for whites.
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Sep 16, 2010
 
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Blacks are identified with African anywhere in the world. In the US, its call African American. And interestingly,'old ghost' is the common slur for whites.
I am agree with you...that's a good answers....
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...What type of Black person who wants to live in...China? Aahahahhahaa! Little land with so many live coconuts running around, with little food...Everything seems ...too small for Blacks, only good small things are....puccies. That's it. As a Black I would rather go to jungle of Africa, vast land, no sweatshops and plenty of females without complaints! Aahahhaahhaahhaa! Uh, ah, uh,ah...KA...CHING!
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To all aspiring negroes worldwide:
http://www.thechinaexpat.com/racism-in-china/
Racism Against Black People in China
Racism against black people may be the strongest form of racism in China.
Many families in China would be horrified if their son or daughter married a black person. Some would even disown them outright.
It can be difficult getting a job teaching English in China if you are black. This is because of the perception of many people in China that only white people are ‘true Americans’ or ‘true English’ people.
Sadly, it’s often easier to get a job teaching English in China as a white person from a country where English is not a native language than as a black person from a country where English is the only native language.
Many people in China think most black people play basketball and are violent. If you are black, many people from China will perceive you as African. If you are not, you will have to repeatedly explain that you are from another country
The most common slur against black people in Chinese seems worse than that used for white people -“black ghost” vs.“old ghost”. Many people in China also assume that if you are black, you have very little money.
Racism against blacks in China is also strongly linked to the class divisions and racism that exists within Chinese society. This is not a justification for racism against blacks in China, but for thousands of years Chinese people of lighter skin looked down upon those of darker skin, who often could not afford to be anything other than a peasant farmer.
hundreds of years ago when chinese people first saw other races from outside China, chinese people saw foreigners as " ghost ". so the word " ghost " is still used by chinese people in China to mean " foreigners ".

when chinese people say " black ghost " or " old " ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese people say " black ghost " or " old ghost " it is metaphorically means " black stranger ".

when chinese people say " white ghost " it metaphorically mean " white stranger ".
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To all aspiring negroes worldwide:
http://www.thechinaexpat.com/racism-in-china/
Racism Against Black People in China
Racism against black people may be the strongest form of racism in China.
Many families in China would be horrified if their son or daughter married a black person. Some would even disown them outright.
It can be difficult getting a job teaching English in China if you are black. This is because of the perception of many people in China that only white people are ‘true Americans’ or ‘true English’ people.
Sadly, it’s often easier to get a job teaching English in China as a white person from a country where English is not a native language than as a black person from a country where English is the only native language.
Many people in China think most black people play basketball and are violent. If you are black, many people from China will perceive you as African. If you are not, you will have to repeatedly explain that you are from another country
The most common slur against black people in Chinese seems worse than that used for white people -“black ghost” vs.“old ghost”. Many people in China also assume that if you are black, you have very little money.
Racism against blacks in China is also strongly linked to the class divisions and racism that exists within Chinese society. This is not a justification for racism against blacks in China, but for thousands of years Chinese people of lighter skin looked down upon those of darker skin, who often could not afford to be anything other than a peasant farmer.
hundreds of years ago when chinese people first saw other races from outside China, chinese people saw foreigners as " ghost ". so the word " ghost " is still used by chinese people in China to mean " foreigners ".

when chinese people say " black ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese peole say " white ghost " or " old ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese people say " black ghost " it is metaphorically means " black stranger ".

when chinese people say " white ghost " or " old ghost " it metaphorically mean " white stranger ".
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Sep 18, 2010
 
China wrote:
To all aspiring negroes worldwide:
http://www.thechinaexpat.com/racism-in-china/
Racism Against Black People in China
Racism against black people may be the strongest form of racism in China.
Many families in China would be horrified if their son or daughter married a black person. Some would even disown them outright.
It can be difficult getting a job teaching English in China if you are black. This is because of the perception of many people in China that only white people are ‘true Americans’ or ‘true English’ people.
Sadly, it’s often easier to get a job teaching English in China as a white person from a country where English is not a native language than as a black person from a country where English is the only native language.
Many people in China think most black people play basketball and are violent. If you are black, many people from China will perceive you as African. If you are not, you will have to repeatedly explain that you are from another country
The most common slur against black people in Chinese seems worse than that used for white people -“black ghost” vs.“old ghost”. Many people in China also assume that if you are black, you have very little money.
Racism against blacks in China is also strongly linked to the class divisions and racism that exists within Chinese society. This is not a justification for racism against blacks in China, but for thousands of years Chinese people of lighter skin looked down upon those of darker skin, who often could not afford to be anything other than a peasant farmer.
hundreds of years ago when chinese people first saw other races from outside China, chinese people saw foreigners as " ghost ". so the word " ghost " is still used by chinese people in China to mean " foreigners ".

when chinese people say " black ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese people say " white ghost " or " old ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese people say " black ghost " it is metaphorically
means " black stranger ".

when chinese people say " white ghost " or " old ghost " it metaphorically mean " white stranger ".
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To all aspiring negroes worldwide:
http://www.thechinaexpat.com/racism-in-china/
Racism Against Black People in China
Racism against black people may be the strongest form of racism in China.
Many families in China would be horrified if their son or daughter married a black person. Some would even disown them outright.
It can be difficult getting a job teaching English in China if you are black. This is because of the perception of many people in China that only white people are ‘true Americans’ or ‘true English’ people.
Sadly, it’s often easier to get a job teaching English in China as a white person from a country where English is not a native language than as a black person from a country where English is the only native language.
Many people in China think most black people play basketball and are violent. If you are black, many people from China will perceive you as African. If you are not, you will have to repeatedly explain that you are from another country
The most common slur against black people in Chinese seems worse than that used for white people -“black ghost” vs.“old ghost”. Many people in China also assume that if you are black, you have very little money.
Racism against blacks in China is also strongly linked to the class divisions and racism that exists within Chinese society. This is not a justification for racism against blacks in China, but for thousands of years Chinese people of lighter skin looked down upon those of darker skin, who often could not afford to be anything other than a peasant farmer.
hundreds of years ago when chinese people first saw other races from outside China, chinese people saw foreigners as " ghost ". so the word " ghost " is still used by chinese people in China to mean " foreigners ".

when chinese people say " black ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese people say " white ghost " or " old ghost " it is NOT meant to be a slur.

when chinese people say " black ghost " it metaphorically
means " black stranger ".

when chinese people say " white ghost " or " old ghost " it metaphorically
means " white stranger ".
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Sep 19, 2010
 
Furk you , take care of your ladies little boy!You r so weak.

“We are who we become.”

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Realness son wrote:
Furk you , take care of your ladies little boy!You r so weak.
Stop disrespecting Chinese. Some like blacks if they are good .Forget the rest China loves Success!
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Sep 19, 2010
 
This is so funny. Cracka's are trying to point the fingers at others being racist? ROFL! LMFAO!

I haven't heard about any Chinese lynchings of Black people yet. Let me know when that happens.

A-HAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHHAHA H!!!
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Africa
How China's taking over Africa, and why the West should be VERY worried
By Andrew Malone
Last updated at 4:16 PM on 18th July 2008

On June 5, 1873, in a letter to The Times, Sir Francis Galton, the cousin of Charles Darwin and a distinguished African explorer in his own right, outlined a daring (if by today's standards utterly offensive) new method to 'tame' and colonise what was then known as the Dark Continent.

'My proposal is to make the encouragement of Chinese settlements of Africa a part of our national policy, in the belief that the Chinese immigrants would not only maintain their position, but that they would multiply and their descendants supplant the inferior Negro race,' wrote Galton.

'I should expect that the African seaboard, now sparsely occupied by lazy, palavering savages, might in a few years be tenanted by industrious, order-loving Chinese, living either as a semidetached dependency of China, or else in perfect freedom under their own law.'

Despite an outcry in Parliament and heated debate in the august salons of the Royal Geographic Society, Galton insisted that 'the history of the world tells the tale of the continual displacement of populations, each by a worthier successor, and humanity gains thereby'.

A controversial figure, Galton was also the pioneer of eugenics, the theory that was used by Hitler to try to fulfil his mad dreams of a German Master Race.

Eventually, Galton's grand resettlement plans fizzled out because there were much more exciting things going on in Africa.

But that was more than 100 years ago, and with legendary explorers such as Livingstone, Speke and Burton still battling to find the source of the Nile - and new discoveries of exotic species of birds and

animals featuring regularly on newspaper front pages - vast swathes of the continent had not even been 'discovered'.

Yet Sir Francis Galton, it now appears, was ahead of his time. His vision is coming true - if not in the way he imagined.

An astonishing invasion of Africa is now under way.

In the greatest movement of people the world has ever seen, China is secretly working to turn the entire continent into a new colony.

Reminiscent of the West's imperial push in the 18th and 19th centuries - but on a much more dramatic, determined scale - China's rulers believe Africa can become a 'satellite' state, solving its own problems of over-population and shortage of natural resources at a stroke.

With little fanfare, a staggering 750,000 Chinese have settled in Africa over the past decade. More are on the way.

The strategy has been carefully devised by officials in Beijing, where one expert has estimated that China will eventually need to send 300 million people to Africa to solve the problems of over-population and pollution.

The plans appear on track. Across Africa, the red flag of China is flying. Lucrative deals are being struck to buy its commodities - oil, platinum, gold and minerals. New embassies and air routes are opening up. The continent's new Chinese elite can be seen everywhere, shopping at their own expensive boutiques, driving Mercedes and BMW limousines, sending their children to exclusive private schools.

The pot-holed roads are cluttered with Chinese buses, taking people to markets filled with cheap Chinese goods. More than a thousand miles of new Chinese railroads are crisscrossing the continent, carrying billions of tons of illegally-logged timber, diamonds and gold.

New horizons? Mugabe has said:'We must turn from the West and face the East'
The trains are linked to ports dotted around the coast, waiting to carry the goods back to Beijing after unloading cargoes of cheap toys made in China.

Confucius Institutes (state-funded Chinese 'cultural centres') have sprung up throughout Africa, as far afield as the tiny land-locked countries of Burundi and Rwanda, teaching baffled local people how to do business in Mandarin and Cantonese.
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In Equatorial Guinea, where the president publicly hung his predecessor from a cage suspended in a theatre before having him shot, Chinese firms are helping the dictator build an entirely new capital, full of gleaming skyscrapers and, of course, Chinese restaurants.

After battling for years against the white colonial powers of Britain, France, Belgium and Germany, post-independence African leaders are happy to do business with China for a straightforward reason: cash.

With western loans linked to an insistence on democratic reforms and the need for 'transparency' in using the money (diplomatic language for rules to ensure dictators do not pocket millions), the Chinese have proved much more relaxed about what their billions are used for.

Certainly, little of it reaches the continent's impoverished 800 million people. Much of it goes straight into the pockets of dictators. In Africa, corruption is a multi-billion pound industry and many experts believe that China is fuelling the cancer.

The Chinese are contemptuous of such criticism. To them, Africa is about pragmatism, not human rights.'Business is business,' says Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Zhou Wenzhong, adding that Beijing should not interfere in 'internal' affairs.'We try to separate politics from business.'

While the bounty has, not surprisingly, been welcomed by African dictators, the people of Africa are less impressed. At a market in Zimbabwe recently, where Chinese goods were on sale at nearly every stall, one woman told me she would not waste her money on 'Zing-Zong' products.

'They go Zing when they work, and then they quickly go Zong and break,' she said.'They are a waste of money. But there's nothing else. China is the only country that will do business with us.'
There have also been riots in Zambia, Angola and Congo over the flood of Chinese immigrant workers. The Chinese do not use African labour where possible, saying black Africans are lazy and unskilled.

In Angola, the government has agreed that 70 per cent of tendered public works must go to Chinese firms, most of which do not employ Angolans.
As well as enticing hundreds of thousands to settle in Africa, they have even shipped Chinese prisoners to produce the goods cheaply.

In Kenya, for example, only ten textile factories are still producing, compared with 200 factories five years ago, as China undercuts locals in the production of 'African' souvenirs.
Where will it all end? As far as Beijing is concerned, it will stop only when Africa no longer has any minerals or oil to be extracted from the continent.

A century after Sir Francis Galton outlined his vision for Africa, the Chinese are here to stay. More will come.

The people of this bewitching, beautiful continent, where humankind first emerged from the Great Rift Valley, desperately need progress. The Chinese are not here for that.

They are here for plunder. After centuries of pain and war, Africa deserves better
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China is not White so how could they be racist?
And yet Chineses are a bunch of racist. They used to call the Whites as barbarians until the got owned by the Whites. In the Qing's era, the Whites put up signs "no dog, no Chinese allowed" at the restaurants in China.
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That's correct. Only Whites are racist.
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And yet Chineses are a bunch of racist. They used to call the Whites as barbarians until the got owned by the Whites. In the Qing's era, the Whites put up signs "no dog, no Chinese allowed" at the restaurants in China.
LOL LOOK AT THE KRAUT RACIST... trying to pretend the 60 million KRAUT AMERICANS DIDNT LYNCH NEGROES AND HAVE PICNICS WHILE THEY DID IT...

btw BLACK CHICS are hot hot hot

Chinese Singaporeans are people of Chinese descent who are born in or immigrated to Singapore and have attained citizenship or permanent residence status. As of 2009, Chinese Singaporeans constitute 74.2% of Singapore's resident population, or approximately three out of four Singaporeans, making them the largest ethnic group in Singapore.

Singapore's standard of living has risen dramatically. Foreign direct investment and a state-led drive to industrialization based on plans drawn up by the Dutch economist Albert Winsemius have created a modern economy focused on industry, education and urban planning.[11] Singapore is the 5th wealthiest country in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) per capita.[12] As of January 2009, Singapore's official reserves stand at US$170.3 billion.

Thailand

about 14% of Thailand's population claim to be of Chinese ethnicity.[3] Extensive intermarriages with the Thais, especially in the past has resulted in many people who claim Chinese ethnicity with Thai ancestry, or mixed.[4] People of Chinese descent are concentrated in the coastal areas of Thailand, principally Bangkok.[5] They are well-represented in all levels of Thai society and play a leading role in business and politics.

Myanmar

The Burmese Chinese dominate the Burmese economy although many enterprises today are co-owned by the military. Moreover, the Burmese Chinese have a disproportionately large presence in Burmese higher education, and make up a high percentage of the educated class in Burma.

Philippines

The Chinese in the Philippines are mostly business owners and their life centers mostly in the family business. These mostly small or medium enterprises play a significant role in the Philippine economy. A handful of these entrepreneurs run large companies and are respected as some of the most prominent business tycoons in the Philippines. Chinese Filipinos attribute their success in business to frugality and hard work, Confucian values and their traditional Chinese customs and traditions. They are very business-minded and entrepreneurship is highly valued and encouraged among the young

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