From the Perspective of the Non-Chinese, Why Are Chinese People Occasionally Thought Less of, and Ho

From the perspective of the non-Chinese, why are Chinese people occasionally thought less of, and how are we Chinese viewed by others outside of China?

From the Perspective of the Non-Chinese, Why Are Chinese People Occasionally Thought Less of, and Ho 1

why you care? discrimination is so common everywhere. I think I am discriminated against by my fellow chinese men so i am pretty used to this kind of situation. and i am somewhat racist as well, for I can make a huge list full of countries i do not like (indeed some americans said i only like myself, LOL) and reasons why i do not like them. And i seldom talk to my white colleagues even if they graduated from the University of Cambridge and Yale. (i do not wanna list reasons why i do not like britons because i am not into meaningless fights online). I learned Japanese and German simply because i admire strong-willed and diligent races. As for those countries whose economy are on a decline, i do not know how they find time to despise the Chinese. Just focus on your life and ignore the racists.

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Is there anyone here born outside of China whose ancestry can be traced to the Chinese region of u56dbu9091 (Siyi/Sze Yup/Seiyap/Sayup), especially u5f00u5e73 (Kaiping/Hoiping)? Have you ever been back to your ancestral homeland? What was it like for you?

My ancestry from the father's side is from Enping. My paternal grandmother is from Kaiping. Back in 2007, I accompanied my parents to visit my paternal grandparents' house. About 3 years prior, my parents found the house by chance. Luckily, as a boy my father had met my grand dad's cousin in HK so they mutually have some recollection of each other. This helps as you know who is genuine. Most in the village share the same surname and technically we all are of the same clan/ancestor. But the relations is distant. My father was born in HK so cannot speak the Siyi dialect but he could comprehend it (since that that was what my grandparents spoke ). My grand dad's cousin had the keys to my grandparents house so we were able to go inside to have a look. It was a moving experience to be there. I wish i took more pictures of the house and the surrounding area and had also went into Enping city to look around. Our trip was very short. We stayed only a few hours. We even found the plot of farmland that my grandparents owned (and since taken over by a distant relative whose motive were supposedly dubious to build his house). Our family links to the village were broken when my grandparents moved to HK at the turn of the 20 Century. Prior to my visit, i was totally ignorant of the geographic back ground for tracing my roots. As Allen posted, besides the city name you must also determine the township name in order to find the village. My family originated from Enping's Shengtang town and the village is named Baitu (Rabbit). Only recently I located the correct name of the village.My China Roots This organization might be able to help you trace your roots. You might also consider taking a DNA test like 23andMe. My mother and I took tests over a year ago and the results were very interesting. Traditionally clans have a Zupu or family tree book. You should ask around about locating this document. I hope to get a copy of this from My China Roots in the near future.Is there anyone here born outside of China whose ancestry can be traced to the Chinese region of (Siyi/Sze Yup/Seiyap/Sayup), especially (Kaiping/Hoiping)? Have you ever been back to your ancestral homeland? What was it like for you?.

From the Perspective of the Non-Chinese, Why Are Chinese People Occasionally Thought Less of, and Ho 2

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Outside China

" The Chinese foreign ministry angrily warned the US government to "stop interfering in China's internal affairs so as not to sabotage China-US relations. .

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For those Chinese who insist the Westerners are the ones brainwashed, do they realize many of us (Chinese or not) living outside of China, could access their media while the opposite is not true? It is a textbook case of frog in the well.

You might be able to access Chinese media but can you read it? What is your level of simplified proficiency? Oh you can not read simplified? That must mean you are reading western translations of Chinese media reports (English, French, German, whatever) which raises another problem. If you can not read simplified reports direct from the source, how do you know the western media outlets are treating all reports coming from Chinese sources with absolute impartiality? Then there is also the actual *quality* of translation to consider which I personally have found to be wanting on more than just a few occasions.Just because you supposedly have access to it does not mean you are actually capable of digesting it. In other words, your access to China's media is still being filtered by the rather fundamental issue of language barrier.With the above said, if a third party has control of what information you can actually digest, is not the belief that your opinions and knowledge base are not being influenced one way or another rather premature, if not flat-out incorrect?Any Joe Schmo can right click on a web page to view its source code but without proper programming knowledge, can he/she make heads or tails of how the web page is coded?

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