Sinophobia and Racism


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Phead128

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What's shameful is some Hong Kongers living in United States think: "Racism won't happen to ME, because I can tell those white people that you should hate the Chinese Gov't or CCP, not Chinese-Americans. Just educate them to distinguish the two.." OR "I'm from Hong Kong, therefore I'm the "Good" Chinese, go beat up those "Bad" Chinese mainlanders."

Well you IDIOT, they can't tell the difference between a "CCP Virus" or "Han Chinese Virus", it's all the same "Chinese Virus" to them. Americans also can't tell the difference between mainlander and HKer, it's all the same to them. So take your superiority complex elsewhere, you British grovelling dog.


This is why as a HKer who grew up in America that I identify with China and Chinese mainlanders. Our ancestors are from Guangdong which is Chinese territory. It's because the fate of HKers in US or Chinese-Americans is intertwined with the fate of China. If US and China goes to war, the Chinese-Americans (even if they are generational inhabitants) will be considered 5th column and unfairly targeted, just like the Japanese-Americans were interned during WW2. Well, it might not go THAT far. But we will be scapegoated or looked upon highly suspiciously.

That's why I think peaceful relations between US and China is critical for Chinese-Americans. So STOP stoking that anti-China sentiment you idiot falun gong types in US, it will only blow back in your face.
 

ansy1968

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What's shameful is some Hong Kongers living in United States think: "Racism won't happen to ME, because I can tell those white people that you should hate the Chinese Gov't or CCP, not Chinese-Americans. Just educate them to distinguish the two.." OR "I'm from Hong Kong, therefore I'm the "Good" Chinese, go beat up those "Bad" Chinese mainlanders."

Well you IDIOT, they can't tell the difference between a "CCP Virus" or "Han Chinese Virus", it's all the same "Chinese Virus" to them. Americans also can't tell the difference between mainlander and HKer, it's all the same to them. So take your superiority complex elsewhere, you British grovelling dog.


This is why as a HKer who grew up in America that I identify with China and Chinese mainlanders. Our ancestors are from Guangdong which is Chinese territory. It's because the fate of HKers in US or Chinese-Americans is intertwined with the fate of China. If US and China goes to war, the Chinese-Americans (even if they are generational inhabitants) will be considered 5th column and unfairly targeted, just like the Japanese-Americans were interned during WW2. Well, it might not go THAT far. But we will be scapegoated or looked upon highly suspiciously.

That's why I think peaceful relations between US and China is critical for Chinese-Americans. So STOP stoking that anti-China sentiment you idiot falun gong types in US, it will only blow back in your face.
@Phead128 and what is ironic , the more you follow their anti-China sentiment the more they will hate you, the Americans are patriotic people and see things in black and white, seeing somebody going against your own kind for them is worst than traitors.
 

SteelBird

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I always say there are two types of "fire" which are easy to burn but very difficult to extinguish -- Racism and Religion. These are always used as tools by politicians.
 

Dolcevita

Captain
I think all Chinese Americans would be wise to consider emigrating.
Yes Sir. I already have my backup plan in place. Even Canada may not be safe.

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F**King shit. I used to lived at a similar apartment complex in same neighborhood.
It could easily had been me if I had stuck around.
 
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SpicySichuan

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I think all Chinese Americans would be wise to consider emigrating.
China? That's difficult! For common folks who have not been educated under China's cut-throat competitive meritocratic education system and entry-level employment, it is nearly impossible to survive in China. The exception being starting your own small businesses, but I am talking about restaurants, English tutors, other forms of entertainment, etc. Of course, if you were Elon Musk, extremely experienced lawyer, or someone who is skilled at semiconductor fabrication or engine blade manufacturing, Xi would be more than happy to hand PRC residency. In general, if you are a foreigner seeking long-term residency in China, you better have some skills or expertise that absolutely no one else in the PRC has.

For other countries and regions, maybe Canada...??? But what are you going to do in Canada?
 
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