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Originally posted by chinanumber1 at 2011-1-13 09:49
This is a topic that I thought about for a long time before posting but i've pretty much come to the conclusion that the vast majority of english speaking western countries (U.K., U.S., Australia, ...
In the past, only the Anglo/British countries held racist negative stereotypes against Chinese people.
If you went to a non- Anglo/British country, like, if you went to Holland/Denmark/Germany, or France/Italy, or Russia/Poland/Yougoslavia, or Spain/Portugal/SouthAmerica, Chinese people would never find any negative racist stereotypes against the Chinese, and very little discrimination against the Chinese people.
Some of those countries might have held racist stereotypes against a particular group , such as France might have held negative racist stereotypes against Arabs, or such as Spain might have held negative racist stereotypes against Jews, however, the point is that none of those countries held any racist stereotypes against Chinese people.
However, since the fall of the Soviet Union and the Triumph of the Anglo/Americans, the Anglos have been busy teaching all the other white countries to speak English and to copy the racist negative Anglo stereotypes against Chinese people.
It is really hard to say how successful the Anglos have been in teaching the rest of the white countries how to copy all the negative racist stereotypes against Chinese people.
Generally speaking, the smaller the percentage of the local white population in a particular country which have been learning English and been exposed to racist Anglo negative stereotypes and racist Hollywood movies, the smaller the likelyhood that the white population of that particular country has learned to copy the racist mental attitudes of the Anglo countries. ( racist stereotypes against Chinese people ).
That explains why in countries like in South America, where very few people can speak english, there is very little racist negative stereotypes against chinese people.