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As the Taiwanese author of The Asian Mind game expalins wrote in her very informative book. Chinese are so racist that foreigners can't even comprehend it" I recommend this book to anybody going to Asia or have any dealing with Chinese, Koreans or Tha people.


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I can kind of see why they made a ad like that after all those African students went there, and acted like a bunch of lower primates, but not all black people are like that. A lot was on the Chinese then, but it is there country, and rules.
I have seen some disgusting actions from Chinese also.
Most of us want to see the better side of humanity, the commercials like that isn't helping.
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I believe that it really says something about a people ...when they fight Disney harder than they fought the Japanese.


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I read Disney was suing them earlier. The good part it is showing more Chinese culture, and that's only good since it is in China.
Disney should welcome the revelry, maybe they will improve from it as their park might.
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Chinese enjoying the benefits of living in the Philippines also side with China over the Spratly's. If China could take Canadian islands I do believe that these same Chinese Canadiscams would side with China. [FAN QING FU MING" ] I believe Canada needs immigrants who don't see us as a people and country to scam, and like Canadians.

Chinese Canadians Show Their True Colours they back China's stance on South China Sea, Contrary to Canada

Members from the Confederation of Toronto Chinese Canadian Organizations consisting of more than 80 Chinese Canadian organizations voiced their support for China's stance on the sovereignty issue of the South China Sea at a press conference held yesterday in Toronto, Canada.

During the press conference, the delegates bashed the deal reached between the United States and the Philippines which, in their view, troubled the region with instability. They also called for the Canadian administration not to intervene into the issues concerning the sovereignty of the South China Sea at the upcoming G7 Summit held in Japan.

Wei Chengyi, president of the Confederation of Toronto Chinese Canadian Organizations, said, despite the fact that the South China Sea has been within the scope of China's sovereignty for several centuries, China continues to adhere to a peaceful road by pledging to resolve the disputes through direct dialogues.

The 80 societies affiliated to the Confederation of Toronto Chinese Canadian Organizations have unanimously supported China's proposal and called for more overseas Chinese to encourage the stance of their original home country in order to sustain the peace and stability of the region, said the chairman.

Lin Li, honorary president of the Confederation, said, since the United States carried out the strategy of rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific, it has enhanced the military deployments around the sea and flamboyantly sent fleets and fighters time and again. It is the United State that escalates the tension of the South China Sea.

Chen Bingding, a lawyer and honorary president of the Confederation, spoke against the legitimacy of the arbitration proposed recently by the Philippines. As arbitration proceedings should be jointly initiated by both parties in a dispute, the application of the Philippines to arbitrate the dispute without the agreement of China does not comply with the common practice, he said.

The South China Sea has been inarguably under the sovereignty of China with sufficient historical evidence. With the growing competence of China's naval forces, the country is able to protect its legal interests which had been neglected due to its less mature navy. However, the legal defense has been accused by a number of countries alleging that China is the country causing the sovereignty disputes, Chen said.

"It seems like a robber is living next door to me. In the past, when he robbed my home, I was powerless to resist; however, now I have grown strong and warned him not to break into my house. Meanwhile, I stand accused as the one who provoked the dispute," Chen said.

The news conference was held on the day when the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Japan. The Confederation asked the Federal Administration to avoid any involvement in the political agenda set by a number of developed countries over the disputes of the South China Sea as the Summit is supposed to focus on economic issues.

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I believe that it is a very safe bet that China has plans for invading North America.

Report: Is China Preparing For a Land Of Invasion Of the West Coast Of the United States?

Jeremiah Johnson
October 8th, 2015

Jeremiah Johnson is a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne) and a graduate of the U.S. Army’s SERE school (Survival Evasion Resistance Escape).

china-invasion-thchina-invasionWhen we read the papers or turn on the television (for those of us who have television), hardly a day or two passes by without the mention of new (or ongoing) actions by the Chinese government in a military capacity. Within the past year alone, China has extended her reach steadily beyond her own territorial waters and nearby sea-lanes. She has participated in numerous exercises, some of them jointly with foreign nations. Anyone can clearly witness her aggressive, outwardly expanding policies regarding territory and flexing her muscle.
The most recent maneuver comes on the heels of the Russian actions in Syria. China (if you recall) just sent a carrier through the Suez Canal to support Russia’s actions, “against ISIL/ISIS”…whatever the boogeyman/Emmanuel Goldstein is currently labeled. In reality, China is forming a partnership in a power play that may hold dire ramifications for Western society. These ramifications are likely to be economic as well as military.
Joint exercises with Russia began on August 21, 2015, labeled as the “Sea Cooperation: 2015 (II) exercise. Russia was in charge of the operation that was held in the Sea of Japan just off the coast of Vladivostok, Russia. The Chinese sent five aircraft, six helicopters, and approximately 500 soldiers to participate in the exercises. The exercises lasted until August 28 and were the longest cooperative military exercises between China and Russia to date. The basic objective was to foster coordination and partnership in landing operations and seagoing/naval defenses.
In this exercise, five Chinese fighter planes were permitted to cross the Russian border for the first time. Truly this represents a tremendous change between two countries that were in an undeclared state of war for more than half a century. The frightening thing is this silent objective lodged within the exercises:

“…the Chinese-Russian exercises [are] mostly pointed toward organization and tactics of military maneuvers in landing operations…”
The People’s Daily
Landing operations. If the Chinese are not preparing for an invasion of the West Coast of the United States as (or during the) kickoff to WWIII-hostilities, then every military analyst and observer must be wrong. Superficially it can be to prepare China for the Senkaku Island campaign, which is definitely in the works versus Japan. The scale and complexity of the maneuvers, however, lends to reason that a much bigger target must be in China’s sights. We are already aware of Russia’s aggressive stance and unwillingness to back down even with the potential of a conflict with NATO and other allied Western Powers.
These exercises are much more than merely “force projection,” a term basically to connotate that one side is brandishing its claws and baring its fangs to the other side in a show of capabilities. These exercises are to develop key command and control networks with Chinese allies for both potential small-scale (Senkaku, Syria, for example) joint operations, as well as long-term plans to eventually invade and conquer a larger nation, such as the United States.
The operations between China and Russia were the first of their kind with a concentrated focus on both the Sea of Japan and the Mediterranean, focusing on readiness to protect naval straits in close proximity to and far away from the borders of the two countries. The Chinese just “plopped down” a carrier outside of Syria in which its fighter aircraft will be supporting Russia in the “great war against ISIL/ISIS” that apparently has commenced.
The Chinese have been developing land-to-ship and ship-to-ship cruise missiles that can effectively outrun all of the U.S. naval defense systems’ capabilities. The missile is a “carrier-destroyer” that can render an entire naval fleet or carrier group inoperable with a small nuclear warhead (1/4 megaton or even smaller). The Chinese have been upgrading their submarine fleet’s capabilities in terms of stealth technology, weapons technology, weapons capacity, and range.
The Chinese (for years, now) have been escalating their cyber attacks, their data theft of military and defense information (most of it classified), and their “probes” of various facets of critical U.S. infrastructure. To see how this came about, an excellent read is “The Year of the Rat,” characterizing the years of the Clinton administration and how its namesake and cronies enabled the selling of classified defense secrets to Chinese operatives.
The PRC has been modernizing and expanding all of their military capabilities and their presence in all parts of the world. They have also partnered with Russia in providing both technological and military assistance to Iran, as well as strengthening that country’s position in dumping the Petrodollar as the unit of exchange. It is just a matter of time before Iran permits both Russia and China to keep large troop presences and bases inside of her borders, a deterrent to U.S. attack as well as a first-response capability when that eventuality does indeed occur.
Another key thing to watch is the slumping Chinese economy coupled with the enormous debt owed to China by the U.S. Does anyone really believe that when and if the Chinese economy is on the brink of collapse/collapses that they’re going to extend to the U.S. one of those hokey “debt forgiveness” ads to write off the money owed by America? Look at what has been happening in the northwestern states, such as Idaho and Montana. The governors and the progressive (that’scommunist) state legislatures have been turning over huge amounts of land and natural resources to the Chinese.
The federal and state governments of the U.S. have been using taxpayer funds to allocate the natural resources and land belonging to U.S. citizens as a payment to the Chinese.
The Chinese are ever growing, ever expanding, and constantly striving to overtake the U.S. in all areas. As we watch daily, we can see their slow but steady forward progress in successful undertakings toward their goals. At this rate, it will not be long until those goals are realized. The only question is when will they take military action against us? Will it be with economic collapse or will it be swift and sudden in the form of ICBM’s? One thing is for certain: when WWIII kicks off, the Chinese will play a major role, and not on the side of the United States.

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Why not, Liberals have disarmed a lot of that half the country.
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I believe they see Canada as easy pickings with our small population as well.
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If China manages to steal the entire South China sea then all of the nations there will be at a huge strategic disadvantage.

China says Indonesian navy shot at Chinese fishermen

BEIJING, China - China's Foreign Ministry said Sunday that the Indonesian navy opened fire at a Chinese fishing boat in the South China Sea, injuring a fisherman and detaining its seven-man crew.

The statement posted on the ministry's website was in response to reports that Indonesia's navy said that it had intercepted and detained a Chinese vessel and its seven crew members for illegally fishing in Indonesian waters.

The incident happened Saturday off the Natuna islands, off the northwest coast of Borneo, in the South China Sea. The waters in question are claimed by both China and Indonesia.

China's Foreign Ministry said the Chinese fishing boat was carrying out normal fishing operations in its traditional fishing grounds when the Indonesian navy shot at it, harming one fisherman and damaging the boat. It said the injured crew member had already been transferred to China's southern Hainan Island for treatment and was in stable condition.

It said it had strongly protested the actions by the Indonesian navy, which had "abused its military force."

It is at least the third such incident since March, when Indonesia intercepted a Chinese fishing vessel off the Natuna islands. In May, an Indonesian frigate fired shots at a Chinese trawler when it refused to stop fishing, and then seized the vessel and its eight crew members.

China's claims to virtually the entire South China Sea overlap with those of several other Asian countries and the waters have emerged as a possible regional flashpoint.


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I really don't blame them for firing on them, the Chinese use fishing boats all the time as scouts.
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Most Chinese citizen is asked to find information including overseas students so it shouldn't come as a surprise that they would do this to test the waters for the military. They are extremely nationalistic.
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It's common knowledge that the they use the fishing boats, they have since before Mao.
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As a matter of fact I had forgotten that.
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Japan did it also, it was a good use of people, and free surveillance.
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They snatch neighbours dogs. There was one dog that really liked me and whoever in this tiny two to three block village stole him to eat him went to this store and chatted with them.
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We had a Vietnamese guy a neighborhood over that was catching cats, and eating them. I'm not sure if he ever was caught, but me, and my friends knew back then.
He made Kemp-she in the clay pots also, buried them behind his garage, :yuk: man they stunk when the winds came our way.
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I have heard that the Chinese are far ahead of the USA in computers. The Chinese students study very hard and like computers so this doesn't surprise me.
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I see it as a race to crack encryption so they can get into everyone else stuff.
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