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Post time 2013-9-1 06:40:34 |Display all floors
This post was edited by NgTran at 2013-9-1 09:02

Do Chinese respect their neighbours ?

In this forum you can easily observe that some Chinese (and some would-be Chinese) slander their neighbors, in particular Japan and the Philippines with the most disguisting expressions. And it seems the less others are interferring the bolder it's gets.

There seems to be a "competition" of who find the most intimidating words, like brown monkeys, etc.

Internationally this harassments are recognised as a crime against humanity. FIFA (The world football organization) has harsh penalties against violators.

Here in this forum nothing is done against it - nothing !

I wouldn't mind if these are limited to a few exeptions in this forum.

But I have a problem with the "silent Chinese majority" here.

Well educated and well mannered Chinese in this forum are closing both their eyes and ears when the "nationalist hooligans ransack this forum with their poiseneous venem".

It is quite irritating and it has some historical models. Remembering how the Jews had been more and more harassad by Hitler's Gestapo, and the the majority of German people kept silent out of fear or personal gains.

Where is China going from here ?

I am waiting for some sensible Chinese forum members to stand up and say something against these barbarians.

Thank you !

Where is Satsu Jin  for example ? Do you defend this or "excuse" the behaviour ?

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Post time 2013-9-1 07:01:56 |Display all floors
This post was edited by NgTran at 2013-9-1 07:18

If you want to "rise in peace" number one rule must be do it with respecting your neighbours.

Are their any "programs" financed by the Chinese government to support understanding among with other people?

Such programs had been very successful in Europe, for example among French and German youth.

Or does the Chinese government simply let those bad people do what they do

and take even advantage of a growing nationalistic sentiment ?

Riding on the wave of nationalismn ?


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After complaints of Filipino football fans, Hong Kong FA releases guidelines against racism


The Hong Kong Football Association introduced on Friday new measures to avoid future cases of racial abuse in light of the incident that happened during a football match against the Philippines last week.

The HKFA released the guidelines after submitting to world governing football body FIFA the result of its investigation on the abuse by Hong Kong supporters toward Filipino football fans during the Azkals’ 1-0 victory over Hong Kong at the Mong Kok Stadium last June 4.

The HKFA also assured its support on FIFA’s fight against racism and vowed to punish those who will be found guilty of such actions.

“The HKFA is fully supportive of the latest FIFA resolution on the fight against racism and discrimination. No amount of political tension or provocation or frustration can justify any incidence of racist or discriminatory behaviour,” the HKFA said in a statement.

“For the avoidance of doubt, the HKFA will not condone or excuse any such acts.”

Last Tuesday, the Philippine Football Federation also submitted a report to FIFA complaining about the incident.

FIFA is expected to slap heavy fines on guilty parties in the incident after recently announcing stiffer sanctions against racial abuse — punishments that range from points deduction to disqualification for repeat offenders.

After the friendly match, Filipino fans took to Twitter to recount the hostile treatment they received from local fans there. They said angry supporters threw bottles at them and called the Philippines a “slave nation.”

The HKFA has vowed to ban racist fans in future matches fans if proven guilty.

The association set the following parameters to avoid incidents of racist abuse in future matches:

    For future matches we will formalize our “risk assessment” protocols and ensure that an Anti-Discrimination Officer is in the Stadium.

    As part of the risk assessment process and on a match by match basis we will consider the formal segregation of opposing spectators and the use of designated seats.

    Working with the authorities to find ways to identify fans that transgress with a view to imposing two-year bans in accordance with FIFA Statutes.

    Making public announcements at the stadium, as appropriate and necessary, warning all fans of the outcome of using racist language and asking them to respect National Anthems.

    Giving further training to Ground Stewards and working with the law enforcement agencies, in relation to the handling and in particular the identification and ejection or apprehension of spectators engaged in racist activity.

    In accordance with the recent FIFA Resolution on the Fight Against Racism and Discrimination, the HKFA will prepare an Education Action Plan.

    Using the HKFA website to educate fans about racism and respect for others for every future match.

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Post time 2013-9-1 10:35:29 |Display all floors
After complaints of Filipino football fans, Hong Kong FA releases guidelines against racism


The Hong Kong Football Association introduced on Friday new measures to avoid future cases of racial abuse in light of the incident that happened during a football match against the Philippines last week.

The HKFA released the guidelines after submitting to world governing football body FIFA the result of its investigation on the abuse by Hong Kong supporters toward Filipino football fans during the Azkals’ 1-0 victory over Hong Kong at the Mong Kok Stadium last June 4.

The HKFA also assured its support on FIFA’s fight against racism and vowed to punish those who will be found guilty of such actions.

“The HKFA is fully supportive of the latest FIFA resolution on the fight against racism and discrimination. No amount of political tension or provocation or frustration can justify any incidence of racist or discriminatory behaviour,” the HKFA said in a statement.

“For the avoidance of doubt, the HKFA will not condone or excuse any such acts.”

Last Tuesday, the Philippine Football Federation also submitted a report to FIFA complaining about the incident.

FIFA is expected to slap heavy fines on guilty parties in the incident after recently announcing stiffer sanctions against racial abuse — punishments that range from points deduction to disqualification for repeat offenders.

After the friendly match, Filipino fans took to Twitter to recount the hostile treatment they received from local fans there. They said angry supporters threw bottles at them and called the Philippines a “slave nation.”

The HKFA has vowed to ban racist fans in future matches fans if proven guilty.

The association set the following parameters to avoid incidents of racist abuse in future matches:

    For future matches we will formalize our “risk assessment” protocols and ensure that an Anti-Discrimination Officer is in the Stadium.

    As part of the risk assessment process and on a match by match basis we will consider the formal segregation of opposing spectators and the use of designated seats.

    Working with the authorities to find ways to identify fans that transgress with a view to imposing two-year bans in accordance with FIFA Statutes.

    Making public announcements at the stadium, as appropriate and necessary, warning all fans of the outcome of using racist language and asking them to respect National Anthems.

    Giving further training to Ground Stewards and working with the law enforcement agencies, in relation to the handling and in particular the identification and ejection or apprehension of spectators engaged in racist activity.

    In accordance with the recent FIFA Resolution on the Fight Against Racism and Discrimination, the HKFA will prepare an Education Action Plan.

    Using the HKFA website to educate fans about racism and respect for others for every future match.

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Post time 2013-9-1 10:36:47 |Display all floors
After complaints of Filipino football fans, Hong Kong FA releases guidelines against racism


The Hong Kong Football Association introduced on Friday new measures to avoid future cases of racial abuse in light of the incident that happened during a football match against the Philippines last week.

The HKFA released the guidelines after submitting to world governing football body FIFA the result of its investigation on the abuse by Hong Kong supporters toward Filipino football fans during the Azkals’ 1-0 victory over Hong Kong at the Mong Kok Stadium last June 4.

The HKFA also assured its support on FIFA’s fight against racism and vowed to punish those who will be found guilty of such actions.

“The HKFA is fully supportive of the latest FIFA resolution on the fight against racism and discrimination. No amount of political tension or provocation or frustration can justify any incidence of racist or discriminatory behaviour,” the HKFA said in a statement.

“For the avoidance of doubt, the HKFA will not condone or excuse any such acts.”

Last Tuesday, the Philippine Football Federation also submitted a report to FIFA complaining about the incident.

FIFA is expected to slap heavy fines on guilty parties in the incident after recently announcing stiffer sanctions against racial abuse — punishments that range from points deduction to disqualification for repeat offenders.

After the friendly match, Filipino fans took to Twitter to recount the hostile treatment they received from local fans there. They said angry supporters threw bottles at them and called the Philippines a “slave nation.”

The HKFA has vowed to ban racist fans in future matches fans if proven guilty.

The association set the following parameters to avoid incidents of racist abuse in future matches:

    For future matches we will formalize our “risk assessment” protocols and ensure that an Anti-Discrimination Officer is in the Stadium.

    As part of the risk assessment process and on a match by match basis we will consider the formal segregation of opposing spectators and the use of designated seats.

    Working with the authorities to find ways to identify fans that transgress with a view to imposing two-year bans in accordance with FIFA Statutes.

    Making public announcements at the stadium, as appropriate and necessary, warning all fans of the outcome of using racist language and asking them to respect National Anthems.

    Giving further training to Ground Stewards and working with the law enforcement agencies, in relation to the handling and in particular the identification and ejection or apprehension of spectators engaged in racist activity.

    In accordance with the recent FIFA Resolution on the Fight Against Racism and Discrimination, the HKFA will prepare an Education Action Plan.

    Using the HKFA website to educate fans about racism and respect for others for every future match.

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