This post was edited by fourtyfour at 2013-5-31 17:58
incarnationabc Post time: 2013-5-31 14:32
I think it is uncouth to criticise a nation being loud, rude in public. We call that racism.
I am not criticising, I'm just explaining how stereotyping works. I realize that not all Chinese behave this way, but Chinese people are being known for this type of behavior because of the actions of their travelers.
That's not called racism, you are misinformed. That's stereotyping against Chinese. Racism would mean someone hates Chinese people regardless of where they are from... China, HK, etc. Nobody has an impression that Hong Kong citizens are rude.
Also I don't know what you mean by my "ancestors learned characters, architecture, blah blah blah". You don't know where I'm from, so please don't assume things without asking.
This post was edited by fourtyfour at 2013-5-31 18:05
abramicus Post time: 2013-5-31 15:35
Lovely, my reply to you was censored by CD moderators.
I am supposed to agree you are a good China ...
I really don't know what your issue is. I make a post about a problem relating to China.
You ignore the problem and start talking gibberish about Japanese people? What are you trying to prove? And how does that solve the problem with Chinese tourists?
If you want to ignore the problem and go off on a tangent, go ahead. You are coming across as uneducated. Likely your post was censored because you are off topic and attack people whom you don't agree with instead of having sensible conversations.
bluenoser Post time: 2013-5-31 18:38
Ah...I only see a few around here.
We only see 20 to 25 small ships a year here.
But if you see ma ...
The trouble with Chinese tourists is that they seem to stick in large groups and fit the stereotype VERY often. Again, I am not saying all Chinese tourists behave this way, but out of the last 10 trips I took and encountered Chinese people they all behaved this way.