I'm not going to get into a debate about whether or not Communism is working in China over the internet.
When I told my friend that I got into debates on the internet he called me a n00b or a nerd. And then he came to school in a WoW jacket the other day.
Chinese=Koreans WOOOHOOO I have a VOICE!!!!!!!!
Originally Posted by Jyuu
Chinese + Korean = Happy Mojo
You know, I have personally met(and by that I mean had a conversation longer than 5 minutes, come into contact with more than once, ect) maybe 20 asians. Maybe.
Originally Posted by FantasyStrike
...Where are all of y'all hiding?
Originally Posted by Jakko
Maryland; also has a relatively high number of Hispanics and Jews, not sure why though (for the Asians and Hispanics, Jewish people have traditionally lived on the East Coast, right?). Any relatively large metropolitan area I’ve been to so far in the US has had a pretty significant number of Asians. Though the highest concentration of Chinese people I've ever seen outside of China would definitely be Toronto, over half the people I saw were Chinese.
I hate the Chinese government but I don't hate Chinese people, any Chinese people, even thou sometimes they are self serving, money oriented, and or rude/unfriendly to non associates, which can be seen a lot in older generation, but that's just generalization and can be said for other race. I'm Chinese btw.
Please don't generalize, we're all not that bad.
I mean, there's horrible, horrible people from all races, not just the Chinese.
But really, we are /so/ racist and nosy.
I'm just reading the first page of this, and I have to say, wtf?
In my graduating class of 10 people in college (it's a small school, and most people in the class ended with dropping out or shorter programs) 3 of those people came directly from China as international students, and another one had come a few years earlier. Being the way I am, I became the first and best of their friends in north america, and it wasn't hard. They were great people every one, and they decided they wanted to stay here, and they've worked plenty hard to make sure they could stay, and so far it seems they all will. They want to work hard and do a good job and make a real living here. They do NOT want to have any little job or welfare, and they know the results of what will happen to them if they don't work hard. These are the first chinese people I've met, and since I was able to be their first good friend when they got here and even got to watch their english improve (and watch them constantly try to improve it), I can comfortably say that I couldn't meet anyone more chinese than they are.
Aside from being a bit more shy towards things like public hugging, and the one of them that really hates the japanese I couldn't see anything really wrong or different in them.
Yet another chinese guy I'm friends with, who's already been here a long time, doesn't have too much money I think, yet every time he went to Wendy's he wanted to get me something. The only times I successfully fended off his offers were when I said that I already had plenty of food/was full. (He learned quickly that I only eat Wendy's spicy chicken sandwich, so even if I insisted he not get me anything, he would buy me one if I ever said that I didn't have food)
So, what's the problem with 'chinese people' exactly?
I believe that be0wulf was referring to the comments of one Sitao Qiao (you do have a facebook account, right?).
Originally Posted by Mastakazam
Not necessarily wrong (in fact several members here seemed to agree with it), just not views that the most of the residents of this forum would be familiar with being that most of us are from 1st world countries that are run by representative democracies.
Oh, we all do, and most other Asians share the sentiment, some of us just hide it better. Same reason Bulgarians hate Turkish people.
Originally Posted by Mastakazam