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Post time 2006-1-20 11:05:59 |Display all floors
villageidiot, you might be right in some part, but you may also be wrong. It just might be that your qualifications don't add up, and that some white guys objectively did have better qualifications. I am not saying there isn't ethnicism, because there is, everywhere, but I have also seen cases where minorities use their minority status as a false pretence, as an excuse.

Back to the thread: CCTV news hostesses are absolutely gorgeuos and very professional, and give China a very appealing appearance. Those girls are every man's dream wife.
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Post time 2006-1-21 14:13:18 |Display all floors
aren't you so typical of racist rednecks to say that people of color aren't qualified/educated and only whites are capable of anything...

I am not saying there isn't [RACISM], because there is, everywhere, but I have also seen cases where minorities use their minority status as a false pretence, as an excuse.


other than the double negative and spelling mistakes (hey, i'm not much a nitpicker for grammar as i don't follow most of the rules; but there is something to be said about vocabulary which shows thru the spelling of words, or lack thereof); i think it's just sad that whites can only retort with "playing the race card" anytime minorities speak up about racial discrimination.  it's sad in ameriKKKa and as well in china that qualified minorities like the honorable general eric shinseki was fired for speaking the truth and because he was an asian man whereas less qualified old-boys get promoted to positions of power like the dumbya administration.  and it shows its ugly self in china as well where unqualified whites just show up and expect the country to kowtow to them.

FYI, are you even in china or are you aware of my qualifications and of those whitey who gets hired without any qualifications?  if you aren't in china and haven't worked in the media field then STFU cuz you know nothing and go around on the internet with your white privilige typing up racist messages about how minorities are unqualified.

FYI, asians in ameriKKKa are the most qualified and educated of all the populations and your racist institutions have shown this over and over again despite the poverty and racism we asian-americans had to endure.  but because of the racist institution that is ameriKKKa, asians are relegated to second class citizens.  and if the chinese government doesn't do something soon about this situation i think the civil problems would be much more severe than ++...

for example, read the following post if any chinese media workers are out there:

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Post time 2006-1-21 14:21:44 |Display all floors
if china wants long term stability and not repeat the 1920s-30s with the colonialism and imperialism issues whereby the largest supporters of the $$ was the peasant class and the KMT lost because most chinese are still proud of ourselves instead of being the whiteman's dog.  if the people in charge are aware of their history, then it behooves them to know that despite the support of foreign powers for the KMT, it was still the chinese people who won back the country from imperial control.

now you contrast this situation with the racial discrimination and white worshipping in china, it's on the same path as the KMT was doing...

now we ABC all thought that hong-kong was the white man's bitch because of the worshipping and issues like this article mentions, but it's far more advanced than the mainland is because it knows that the only people who are genuinely interested in alleviating china are those native and overseas chinese.  the rest of the whiteman are just to exploit the people and country and it's shame on the chinese for worshipping and letting them do this blatantly.

the website won't be posted for this article, because of the censorship issue; but it's the associated press and the commentary to the article preceeding it is no doubt written by a whitey.


by: ad_hoc_opinion         01/20/06 06:39 am
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to make things work, and stay on top with innovation in both manegment and basic creative technology/production sectors.

The Ch!nk-a-links are still where the Jap-a-flukes were 40 - 70 years ago, when they had to bring in foreigners to teach them everything from how to make cameras to cars.

Keep paying the foreigners to teach you well what you can't figure out for yourselves, and in 50 years, you'll be just like the Jap-a-ma-flunks.

Of course, by then, westerners will be 50 years ahead of you in all other things.

Asia is doomed to need the White man to hold them by the hand for as long as they try to emulate the scientific and material fruits of western culture, values and innovation...including all the western garbage that comes with it.

At least they are not as bad as the Saudi Arabian Sand-boogers that needs foreigners for everything, except for holding their hands when they go to the bathroom.


Proposed Hong Kong law gives business shudders

Thu Jan 19, 2:31 AM ET

HONG KONG (AFP) - A proposed Hong Kong law that could curb lucrative expatriate pay packages has sparked concern among business leaders who warn the measure could harm the city's standing as a financial hub.

The government is considering a racial discrimination law that analysts fear may prevent foreigners working in the southern Chinese territory being offered perks such as housing allowances and paid school fees.

Drafters of the law believe the deals -- which can sometimes be equal in value to employees' salaries -- could be construed as discriminatory if not also offered to local Chinese staff.

The proposal has been attacked by chambers of commerce and economists as mistaken legislation likely to act as a deterrent not only to badly needed skilled workers from overseas but also to foreign investment in the city.

"It's a bad thing when the government interferes in the relationship between employer and employee," said David Webb, an investor activist whose Webb-site.com is seen as an unofficial watchdog of the territory's government and corporate fiscal issues.

"It goes against the principle of Hong Kong being a free-market city," Webb added.

Hong Kong's low-tax, high-salary and off-shore financial status has long made it attractive to overseas workers, especially from the shores of former colonial master Britain.

But the high cost of living -- pressure on space makes rents among the highest in the world -- has meant companies have had to offer generous bonuses and perks to keep workers here.

Recruitment executives said that without those deals, companies based here will find it increasingly difficult to hire.

"The nature of Hong Kong is that it needs overseas recruitment. It's a small city and a very transient community, few people actually stay here and they need to be replaced from somewhere," said Dan Chavasse of Michael Page international recruitment.

"Even during the recession we were bringing in people from overseas to fill niche positions," Chavasse said. "If you take that option away, companies will just move out of Hong Kong."

David O'Rear, economist with the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, the city's leading business interest group, said he believed the proposal would not go through.

"This sort of interference is neither useful nor necessary," said O'Rear. "We firmly believe that businesses should be the ones making arrangements with their employees."

Business leaders say the proposed law comes at the wrong time, when declining standards of spoken English and a shrinking unemployment pool has left many overseas firms struggling to find suitable locally drawn staff.

The language problem is one that the Chamber of Commerce has strong views on.

It says the neglect of English in favour of Mandarin, the dialect of mainland China, has already prompted some overseas firms looking for an Asian base to opt for Singapore or Shanghai.

"A high standard of English is vitally important in business today ... and Hong Kong has a great deal of room for improvement," O'Rear told AFP. "It's the sort of cost that could deter investors from setting up here."

The problem has been compounded by a tightening of immigration policy following the city's reversion to Chinese rule in 1997 which has made it impossible for foreigners to simply walk into jobs here as they used to.

Webb said that contrary to protecting against racial discrimination as intended, the measure could worsen the problem.

"Local civil service jobs in Hong Kong often have perks attached to them," he said. "So this is bordering on discrimination itself."

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Post time 2006-1-21 14:31:44 |Display all floors
Well, I can only say that if you go about bitching about "AmeriKKKa" and claim that Asians are the most qualified in America, then you are negating whatever qualities you have and doing yourself a disservice, and it is in fact YOU that bitch about "racism" (a word that doesn't exist in my vocabulary -- search the threads about so called human races).

Without further information on your cases, it is hard to tell, but I am sure those in position to hire know what they are doing. Sometimes being white IS the qualification, namely if you want to put a foreign atmosphere around your program. And oftentimes, being goodlooking is also a qualification, for example when working as a TV host. If you are ugly, it doesn't matter what formal qualifications you have.

And formal qualifications seems to be the only thing you have, since you don't get a job in either America or China, and they are all racists except you. Man, everyone is wrong but you!
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Post time 2006-1-21 14:40:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by villageidiot at 2006-1-21 14:21
Keep paying the foreigners to teach you well what you can't figure out for yourselves, and in 50 years, you'll be just like the Jap-a-ma-flunks.

Of course, by then, westerners will be 50 years ahead of you in all other things.


This just shows you don't know what you are talking about. Japan is a true world leader in technology, with a total dominance in photography and a leadership in digital appliances etc. China should of course emulate Japan's way to the top, first by copying and learning, then taking over the R&D. This is how it works, this is how it must work.

Japan is more advanced in most regards than my home country and most other Western countries. They don't need to 叩头 foreigners, and they are respected world wide (except in China and Korea).
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Post time 2006-1-25 13:43:51 |Display all floors
Originally posted by liangzai at 2006-1-21 14:40

This just shows you don't know what you are talking about. Japan is a true world leader in technology, with a total dominance in photography and a leadership in digital appliances etc. China should of course emulate Japan's way to the top, first by copying and learning, then taking over the R&D. This is how it works, this is how it must work.

Japan is more advanced in most regards than my home country and most other Western countries. They don't need to 叩头 foreigners, and they are respected world wide (except in China and Korea).



hey, numbnuts, go get a read comprehension course and try again.  it's written by some crakkker whitey who's racist against the rest of the asians.  it just goes to show that asian dominance is distrusted and feared by the whitey who's afraid of losing your crakkker imperial dominance in the world.

to the rest of the chinese: there was a huge violent backlash against asians in ameriKKKa in the 80s when japan dominated the auto industry.  many CHINESE were killed in ameriKKKa as a result of misidentified for japanese; the most famous case is Vincent Chin.

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