Why did you give an answer to the stupid video of PropagandaBuster ?Do you feel like some kind of Señor Zorro ?Kimik
Thanks Chris. That guy was annoying, I saw one or two of his videos a few months ago. But His voice is funny anyway so its not all bad.
hi, Chris,I am a Chinese gril, and now I am in Vicotira,BC.Today,I looked through your vidos in your blog and youtube. I do appreciate you to have a positive attitude with China and Chinese culture. Here I talked with many westners about China, at last I became upset cause they perfer to beliving what west medias said and there is a huge misunderstanding between west and China.Anyway,You are a special guy among westners I met. Thanks from a chinese
Hey Chris, represent~On the subject of racial, ethnic, and national discrimination: should we work towards eliminating situations where people receive favourable treatment based on these identifiers?Randomly, I'm also living in Victoria, BC, but I'm 百分百老外.-文王
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Hey Chris, did you hear about the black skinned foreigner in Zhengzhou that grabbed his friend's hand (a Chinese girl) to bring her to the other side of the club to meet one of his American friends who had just arrived in China, and was confronted by a small mob of Chinese nationals who expressed their disapproval of their being together. They accosted the black skinned American, and a fight ensued. The aggressor was struck once, and was knocked unconscious. Following that, 20 minutes later they were asked to leave (escorted out) to where a mob of what was rumoured to be 100 Chinese nationals, waiting.Why I reproduced this second hand tale is because I feel that in this tale, racism was the instigator. The effect of which, is that in my experience here, all foreigners seem to share one common feature. That we are almost "not people".It's hilarious that so many of my students don't believe me when I tell them that I am not a Christian. Some think I don't care about my family, or that I don't have a family, because I'm in China. I don't know how long it will take for people in this country to accept that foreigners are as unique as a finger print. No two are the same.
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