"Only Dogs Will Pee Everywhere!"

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CCP is DYING

Port Moody, Canada

#1 Mar 20, 2013
Unbelievable places parents let their kids relieve themselves

A mainland Chinese mum who asked her son to relieve himself in a bottle in a crowded Hong Kong restaurant has sparked an outpouring of online anger in the latest bitter exchange over etiquette.

Manners have long been a source of tension in Hong Kong, with locals routinely complaining about what they see as the unrefined social habits of their "nouveau-riche" mainland counterparts.

The Standard newspaper said the latest incident occurred over the Lunar New Year holiday - a time when Chinese tourists flock in large numbers to Hong Kong to shop. The mum, who had been enjoying a meal with her family, allowed her son to answer nature's call in a bottle she normally carries for such purposes.

"But a female waitress saw us and spoke loudly, saying there is a toilet upstairs," she wrote in an online forum later. "She repeated it five times until everyone was staring at me. My family and I were so depressed thanks to Hong Kongers' discriminating against mainlanders."

But her complaints met with little sympathy in Hong Kong, where locals have expressed a growing unease about their relationship with mainland China and its increasing financial and political clout.

The popular HKGolden online forum had hundreds of posts on the issue, with user "Black Flashlight" remarking: "Only dogs will pee everywhere." Meanwhile, "FallOutBoy" joked that "each table should have a toilet", while others said the woman should stay away from Hong Kong.

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Check out the photos of mainlanders peeing in Hong Kong shops, restaurants, streets and bus stops!

Sixty years of Chinese Communist Party dictatorship has left mainland Chinese unfit for civilized places!

Poor China!

SO HUMILIATING!
CCP is DYING

Port Moody, Canada

#2 Mar 20, 2013
It is not discriminatory to ask people to behave in a civilized fashion. Pissing anywhere may be acceptable in mainland China, where as in all "Socialist" countries public areas look like dumps because everyone is a slave and the filthy streets are seen as the problem of the CCP that owns the country, but in civilized places it is not acceptable and some small degree of civic pride and cleanliness is mandatory.

I hope that civilization will soon come to mainland China and that these disgusting, backwards, crude and filthy old CCP China practices will end.
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Surrey, Canada

#3 Mar 20, 2013
In mainland China, trash cans sit empty while people throw the most disgusting things right in the middle of the sidewalk, and teach their children to do the same!

They don't care. And why should they?

China is not THEIR country.

China belongs to the CCP gang, so let the CCP deal with it.

But Hong Kong is a civilized place with civic pride and a sense of responsibility; a place that was never debased by the CCP. So the acts of mainlanders seem dirty, crude and backwards by comparison.
CCP is DYING

Surrey, Canada

#4 Mar 21, 2013
I hope that someday soon civilization returns to mainland China.

That would be nice, eh?

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