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Jul 13, 2012
 
CHINESE PEOPLE ARE_______ wrote:
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...says the troll to the other troll - lol
Wanna buy me a ticket? I've been to 20 countries so far, China WAS on my list but there are other places of interest which I'd like to explore first.
The world's a huge place "little" man!
At least we agree on one thing, that you are a troll

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Jul 13, 2012
 
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This doesn't make any sense...what does having an older culture and history have to do with a person's individual manners and etiquette? Are you saying that because your history and culture is OLDER than Americas, that Americans are required to show YOU more respect? As far as coming across as being fat, rude, self centered, and aggressive...why "little man" that describes the over-all general behavior of the Chinese people whom I've encountered here in Canada.
Of course, a country of 1.3 billion people doens't make sense to you, what else would? Maybe Hitler makes more sense to you?
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Jul 13, 2012
 
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Of course, a country of 1.3 billion people doens't make sense to you, what else would? Maybe Hitler makes more sense to you?
I've been to India...2nd largest population in the world. Had a great time and the crowds didn't faze me at all...you know why, because the Indian people are a kind, helpful, humane group. Wonderful people!

Oh and by the way...comparatively, the CCP have committed far more atrocities and crimes against humanity than Hitler's regime ever did; and to this day, you Chinese keep shocking the world with your "version" of humanity

Compared to Mao, Hitler was a "little" schoolboy hiding under his Mamasan's dress ;)

YOU CHINESE TRULY ARE MONSTERS
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Jul 13, 2012
 
Mao was more than half a century ago. Move on, old timer.
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Jul 13, 2012
 
CHINESE PEOPLE ARE EVIL wrote:
Growing up in Canada, believe it or not I was strongly attracted to Asian cultures, so much so that as a teenager I intended to live in either China or Japan. I was IN LOVE with Asian women at one point - lol. Everything Asian had a huge fascination for me.
I HAD the highest regard and respect for ALL THINGS ASIAN, you can thank Lee Jun-fan for that one. BIG FAN!!!
For sport, I had taken regular lessons in Bi H Qun back home in Montreal's Chinatown. That was always an adventure for me, taking the metro to a part of town where I could explore my interests, and fantasize about all the possibilities.
The influence came from a family friend of my Mom's who came from HK. My parents became Godparents to one of her kids. So in effect, we were family. "Auntie" regularly took care of us, fed us delicious home cooked meals, she always took care of and loved us as her own kids and we treated her children as if they were our own siblings. At one point, she even began giving me lessons in Cantonese...But we had lost touch when I reached my late teens. They had moved away to the States.
At that point I had not developed the disdain I feel nowadays.
Everything changed when I moved to Vancouver. At first, I used to get really upset at the Caucasians who I've met down here when they would openly treat the Chinese with blatant racist remarks. But then as time progressed, I found I became the target of racism from members of the Chinese community. I couldn't understand it, this NEVER happened to me before! I was so naive in thinking that racism used to happen to those who felt or harbored negative thoughts. But that was NOT the case.
Racial tensions are prevalent here in Vancouver. Employment is scarce, and unfortunately in order for someone to secure a descent job aside from having the proper qualifications, they now must speak either Cantonese or Mandarin, even though English and French are the two recognized languages for employment.
For the longest time, it seems that the stronger the Asian communities get, the more they attempt to get away with. I've personally been refused service because of my ethnicity, one Chinese shop owner in Richmond did not allow me into his store and blatantly told me that he doesn't serve "my kind". I get unwelcome looks regularly when I go to Yaohan Centre, T&T Supermarket and other densely populated businesses or areas where Asians frequent.
I remember one evening on my way to do some work for my community, a group of Chinese teenagers "spat" in my direction with a look of intense hatred and disgust in their eyes. That incident fortunately was recorded via surveillance camera, so I had some ground to stand on when I made a complaint.
Not long ago, my work situation was a complete disaster due to a small clique of Chinese "managers" who took liberties. That was a huge loss, but it's in the past and I have to move forward. The contempt I feel for them will NEVER cease! I lost a well paying career.
Recently I was asked by a neighbor "why" I live in a Chinese neighborhood. As if to say, why are you here?
I've never felt so much hatred directed towards me because of my race.
Im a chinese here, i dont like any kind of racism anywhere in the world. I dont know why those Chinese people in your country will treat you like that, I feel really sorry to know this kind of thing, not sorry for they are chinese, but for humans still having this kind of unfair treat to their own kind. All people in the world belong to the same kind. there shouldnt be kinds like we are yellow, you are white, they are black. Though physically, we are different. Civilizingly, we are all human, we have ideas and thoughts. we are the same. This world should be more harmonious. So please NO RACISM.
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Jul 13, 2012
 
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...says the troll to the other troll - lol
Wanna buy me a ticket? I've been to 20 countries so far, China WAS on my list but there are other places of interest which I'd like to explore first.
The world's a huge place "little" man!
In this Asian Century we're living in now, I'd put China on the top of the list of countries to visit.
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Jul 13, 2012
 
STUCK IN THE PAST wrote:
Mao was more than half a century ago. Move on, old timer.
And also, the Vietnam War is over. So is WWII.
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I've been to India...2nd largest population in the world. Had a great time and the crowds didn't faze me at all...you know why, because the Indian people are a kind, helpful, humane group. Wonderful people!
Oh and by the way...comparatively, the CCP have committed far more atrocities and crimes against humanity than Hitler's regime ever did; and to this day, you Chinese keep shocking the world with your "version" of humanity
Compared to Mao, Hitler was a "little" schoolboy hiding under his Mamasan's dress ;)
YOU CHINESE TRULY ARE MONSTERS
If you had a good time in India, think you'll like China too.
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Jul 13, 2012
 
STUCK IN THE PAST wrote:
Mao was more than half a century ago. Move on, old timer.
Mao may be gone but the fruits of his labor still exist to this day (CCP)
The NA.ZI regime was eradicated after WWII, they are no longer the ruling party in Germany or Europe for that matter.
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RayH wrote:
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If you had a good time in India, think you'll like China too.
Still working on it Ray, believe me I'm not proud of my behavior, but it's become a matter of survival...and tolerance just isn't cutting it anymore

Gotta rise above my primal instincts

I was thinking of getting in touch with one of the local universities here and perhaps request guidance from a member of the faculty who teaches Asian Studies, or I could always volunteer at a Chinese community centre in exchange for cultural and linguistic knowledge, maybe then I'll regain my humanity.
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#33
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dinfog908 wrote:
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Im a chinese here, i dont like any kind of racism anywhere in the world. I dont know why those Chinese people in your country will treat you like that, I feel really sorry to know this kind of thing, not sorry for they are chinese, but for humans still having this kind of unfair treat to their own kind. All people in the world belong to the same kind. there shouldnt be kinds like we are yellow, you are white, they are black. Though physically, we are different. Civilizingly, we are all human, we have ideas and thoughts. we are the same. This world should be more harmonious. So please NO RACISM.
I'm trying...believe me I want to rise above this

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#34
Jul 14, 2012
 
CHINESE PEOPLE ARE_______ wrote:
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I've been to India...2nd largest population in the world. Had a great time and the crowds didn't faze me at all...you know why, because the Indian people are a kind, helpful, humane group. Wonderful people!
Oh and by the way...comparatively, the CCP have committed far more atrocities and crimes against humanity than Hitler's regime ever did; and to this day, you Chinese keep shocking the world with your "version" of humanity
Compared to Mao, Hitler was a "little" schoolboy hiding under his Mamasan's dress ;)
YOU CHINESE TRULY ARE MONSTERS
If I understand you correctly, you fall in love with Hitler, but he's dead, too bad
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dzhou wrote:
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If I understand you correctly, you fall in love with Hitler, but he's dead, too bad
Whatever "little man" ... whatever

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CHINESE PEOPLE ARE EVIL wrote:
Growing up in Canada, believe it or not I was strongly attracted to Asian cultures, so much so that as a teenager I intended to live in either China or Japan. I was IN LOVE with Asian women at one point - lol. Everything Asian had a huge fascination for me.
I HAD the highest regard and respect for ALL THINGS ASIAN, you can thank Lee Jun-fan for that one. BIG FAN!!!
For sport, I had taken regular lessons in Bi H Qun back home in Montreal's Chinatown. That was always an adventure for me, taking the metro to a part of town where I could explore my interests, and fantasize about all the possibilities.
The influence came from a family friend of my Mom's who came from HK. My parents became Godparents to one of her kids. So in effect, we were family. "Auntie" regularly took care of us, fed us delicious home cooked meals, she always took care of and loved us as her own kids and we treated her children as if they were our own siblings. At one point, she even began giving me lessons in Cantonese...But we had lost touch when I reached my late teens. They had moved away to the States.
At that point I had not developed the disdain I feel nowadays.
Everything changed when I moved to Vancouver. At first, I used to get really upset at the Caucasians who I've met down here when they would openly treat the Chinese with blatant racist remarks. But then as time progressed, I found I became the target of racism from members of the Chinese community. I couldn't understand it, this NEVER happened to me before! I was so naive in thinking that racism used to happen to those who felt or harbored negative thoughts. But that was NOT the case.
Racial tensions are prevalent here in Vancouver. Employment is scarce, and unfortunately in order for someone to secure a descent job aside from having the proper qualifications, they now must speak either Cantonese or Mandarin, even though English and French are the two recognized languages for employment.
For the longest time, it seems that the stronger the Asian communities get, the more they attempt to get away with. I've personally been refused service because of my ethnicity, one Chinese shop owner in Richmond did not allow me into his store and blatantly told me that he doesn't serve "my kind". I get unwelcome looks regularly when I go to Yaohan Centre, T&T Supermarket and other densely populated businesses or areas where Asians frequent.
I remember one evening on my way to do some work for my community, a group of Chinese teenagers "spat" in my direction with a look of intense hatred and disgust in their eyes. That incident fortunately was recorded via surveillance camera, so I had some ground to stand on when I made a complaint.
Not long ago, my work situation was a complete disaster due to a small clique of Chinese "managers" who took liberties. That was a huge loss, but it's in the past and I have to move forward. The contempt I feel for them will NEVER cease! I lost a well paying career.
Recently I was asked by a neighbor "why" I live in a Chinese neighborhood. As if to say, why are you here?
I've never felt so much hatred directed towards me because of my race.
If you have done no wrong then you should not worry. I sympathize with your situation although you are intelligent and have a deep comprehension of whats really going on.Remember the Chinese lady that fed you, well, many are not the same as its every one for themselves in today's turbulent world.For example, in many areas where there is a significant Hispanic population, the same thing occurs especially when it relates to employment opportunities. There is no respect, no honor and most of all no humanity.However, you should keep your head up and give life a chance.Not all people are angry judgmental lowlifes. You already know this so don't let the time cause you to forget.

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CHINESE PEOPLE ARE EVIL wrote:
Growing up in Canada, believe it or not I was strongly attracted to Asian cultures, so much so that as a teenager I intended to live in either China or Japan. I was IN LOVE with Asian women at one point - lol. Everything Asian had a huge fascination for me.
I HAD the highest regard and respect for ALL THINGS ASIAN, you can thank Lee Jun-fan for that one. BIG FAN!!!
For sport, I had taken regular lessons in Bi H Qun back home in Montreal's Chinatown. That was always an adventure for me, taking the metro to a part of town where I could explore my interests, and fantasize about all the possibilities.
The influence came from a family friend of my Mom's who came from HK. My parents became Godparents to one of her kids. So in effect, we were family. "Auntie" regularly took care of us, fed us delicious home cooked meals, she always took care of and loved us as her own kids and we treated her children as if they were our own siblings. At one point, she even began giving me lessons in Cantonese...But we had lost touch when I reached my late teens. They had moved away to the States.
At that point I had not developed the disdain I feel nowadays.
Everything changed when I moved to Vancouver. At first, I used to get really upset at the Caucasians who I've met down here when they would openly treat the Chinese with blatant racist remarks. But then as time progressed, I found I became the target of racism from members of the Chinese community. I couldn't understand it, this NEVER happened to me before! I was so naive in thinking that racism used to happen to those who felt or harbored negative thoughts. But that was NOT the case.
Racial tensions are prevalent here in Vancouver. Employment is scarce, and unfortunately in order for someone to secure a descent job aside from having the proper qualifications, they now must speak either Cantonese or Mandarin, even though English and French are the two recognized languages for employment.
For the longest time, it seems that the stronger the Asian communities get, the more they attempt to get away with. I've personally been refused service because of my ethnicity, one Chinese shop owner in Richmond did not allow me into his store and blatantly told me that he doesn't serve "my kind". I get unwelcome looks regularly when I go to Yaohan Centre, T&T Supermarket and other densely populated businesses or areas where Asians frequent.
I remember one evening on my way to do some work for my community, a group of Chinese teenagers "spat" in my direction with a look of intense hatred and disgust in their eyes. That incident fortunately was recorded via surveillance camera, so I had some ground to stand on when I made a complaint.
Not long ago, my work situation was a complete disaster due to a small clique of Chinese "managers" who took liberties. That was a huge loss, but it's in the past and I have to move forward. The contempt I feel for them will NEVER cease! I lost a well paying career.
Recently I was asked by a neighbor "why" I live in a Chinese neighborhood. As if to say, why are you here?
I've never felt so much hatred directed towards me because of my race.
If you have done no wrong then you should not worry. I sympathize with your situation although you are intelligent and have a deep comprehension of whats really going on.Remember the Chinese lady that fed you, well, many are not the same as its every one for themselves in today's turbulent world.For example, in many areas where there is a significant Hispanic population, the same thing occurs especially when it relates to employment opportunities. There is no respect, no honor and most of all no humanity.However, you should keep your head up and give life a chance.Not all people are angry judgmental lowlifes. You already know this so don't let the time cause you to forget
RayH

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#38
Jul 14, 2012
 
CHINESE PEOPLE ARE_______ wrote:
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Still working on it Ray, believe me I'm not proud of my behavior, but it's become a matter of survival...and tolerance just isn't cutting it anymore
Gotta rise above my primal instincts
I was thinking of getting in touch with one of the local universities here and perhaps request guidance from a member of the faculty who teaches Asian Studies, or I could always volunteer at a Chinese community centre in exchange for cultural and linguistic knowledge, maybe then I'll regain my humanity.
Go teach English in exchange for Chinese lessons. It'll be free.
RayH

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Jul 14, 2012
 
Prince2King wrote:
<quoted text>If you have done no wrong then you should not worry. I sympathize with your situation although you are intelligent and have a deep comprehension of whats really going on.Remember the Chinese lady that fed you, well, many are not the same as its every one for themselves in today's turbulent world.For example, in many areas where there is a significant Hispanic population, the same thing occurs especially when it relates to employment opportunities. There is no respect, no honor and most of all no humanity.However, you should keep your head up and give life a chance.Not all people are angry judgmental lowlifes. You already know this so don't let the time cause you to forget.
Adapt to the changing times. Learn some Spanish. Donde esta el bano?

Just imagine what the U.S. will be like when it becomes a "Majority-Minority" country in the future?
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Prince2King & RayH ... thank you for your input and kind words.

I'll seriously consider your advice.

again ... thank you!:)

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Whatever "little man" ... whatever
Is this your subtle way of telling us you are a little women fell in love with deadass Hitler for his racism?

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-> how to become racist! <-

Born Communist.

In the World history and todate, Communists murder plus sabotage their own Communists more than 100 millions

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