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Chinese Tourists, aka Global Menace Attack

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 2, 2015

Chinese tourists are known for a couple of things. First off, they redefine the term ‘rube’ with those big billed hats, one-size-fits-all shirts and incessant yapping. Indian corn colored teeth coupled with breath that could atomize coal make them a fan favorite for no one.

Aside from their utter lack of concern for aesthetic appeal, they are also known to be rude. Toting along Chinese civility with them wherever they go, the Chinese eat, spit and shit wherever they please. Aside from this their manners are on display as those howler monkeys foray into civilized lands.

Here is an example of the latter…

Two Chinese tourists argued and fought with a Thai traveler at Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport after the latter tried to stop them from cutting in line, reports our Chinese-language sister paper Want Daily.

The Thai passenger sought to stop the two Chinese women from cutting in line before the Lion Air check-in counter at the airport on Friday. The two women argued fiercely and the man found himself being chased around the airport as the two women waved their arms trying to hit him until airport staff intervened.

Staff took the women to the police station and arranged for them to take a flight back to China. Lion Air said the Thai man was scheduled to take a flight at 10pm on the day and the two women were scheduled for an 11pm departure.


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China Begins Another Cultural Revolution

Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 28, 2014

Here is what Xi the ‘Mad man’ Jinping is doing to China. He is aping Mao by selling hate and isolationism. Funny how only the dumbass communists would call crowing about Marxism anything close to ‘civilized’ behavior. The sad thing is that these apes are now relocating to a city near you and me….

From the Global Times
“Wuhan rolls out ‘socialist core values’ recitation campaign

By Cao Siqi

The city of Wuhan, in Central China’s Hubei Province, is calling upon all its residents to internalize core socialist values through mandatory recitation sessions around the city, as a part of the efforts to bid for the title of “national civilized city.”

After the city kicked off its campaign on October 14, some 400 officials were brought together to recite core socialist values at a conference hall where cell phone signals were blocked, aiming to urge city leaders to set an example for the public, reported the Hubei Daily”

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Great Article on China’s Paid Online Trolls

Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 27, 2014

Read this to see how China controls comments online.

VvfsrUmg_normal.jpeg Joshua Philipp (@JoshJPhilipp)
12/16/14, 1:18
Leaked emails expose how the Chinese regime use Internet comments for propaganda – theepochtimes.com/n3/1142634-lea… #china pic.twitter.com/IaJTCf03JT

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Chinese Love Defined

Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 27, 2014

Chinese would rather sell a daughter than pay for an operation for her husband. Chinese culture is filled with hatred for baby girls, they are expendable. For example, this girl will move with the family of her husband and thus is useless to her mom and dad.
In China everyone is measured by what economic gain they bring to a relationship.

VvfsrUmg_normal.jpeg Joshua Philipp (@JoshJPhilipp)
12/17/14, 23:44
Chinese Woman Forced to Put Daughter Up For Sale to Pay Husband’s $15K Medical Bill nextshark.com/chinese-woman-… pic.twitter.com/elfwiwJsEk

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Metal Cutlery Banned on Flight Due to Chinese Passengers

Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 13, 2014

This is how Chinese are changing the world.
‘Are metal utensils dangerous? Thai Airways thinks so. The airline is removing metal forks and knives from its service.
Whatever happened to table manners? Tourists leaving the Land of Smiles weren’t all smiles during a Thai Airways flight to Beijing last Thursday, when three Chinese passengers got into a brawl with stainless steel flatware. The in-flight battle resulted in a bloody gash and the end of the Metal Age: The Asian flag carrier announced today that it will trial plastic cutlery to prevent future incidents. The official explanation is that the airline wants to prevent terrorist acts, though no yogurt spoon or bread knife has been used by potential hijackers in the history of aviation.

So goodbye, classy tableware, and hello, tacky (not to mention environmentally damaging) plastic—all this, allegedly because one passenger was eating too loudly.’

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Corrupt Chinese Officials with Blood on Their Hands in New Zealand

Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 10, 2014

This is just biz as usual for dirty Chinese commies:
Corrupt Chinese officials who have fled to New Zealand could be making large political donations to avoid being repatriated, Labour says.

Beijing authorities want to extradite what Prime Minister John Key has described as a “reasonable number” of Chinese from New Zealand to face charges of financial corruption.

Key revealed that President Xi Jinping raised the issue when he visited New Zealand last month.

Labour leader Andrew Little said today that when he was party president he had been approached by Chinese donors he described as suspicious.

Little did not accept their money, but said it was possible the money had found its way into the coffers of other political parties.

“They’re known to make political contributions to parties, I know because they tell us that,” he said on Morning Report.

“I know the fact that donations have been made because, certainly in the Labour Party when I was president, we were approached being offered handsome donations.

“We turned them down, but they would have gone to other places. We weren’t sure what the origin of their wealth was, and we weren’t satisfied, we weren’t comfortable so we didn’t accept the donation.”

National Party president Peter Goodfellow said the party disclosed all its donations in accordance with the electoral requirements.

There were no “explicit” background checks but Goodfellow confirmed a “small number” of donations had been rejected by National for various reasons – though none were related to the Chinese corruption scandal.

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China Tortures Newest Generation of Olympic Commie-Bots

Posted by w_thames_the_d on December 9, 2014

China torturing its newest generation of toddler cum ‘Fourteen year old’ Olympic athletes…


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China Blocks Websites at World Internet Congerence

Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 20, 2014

China held a world internet conference which is like Adrian Peterson holding a child therapy session.

My only question is how long it will take until those Chinese thugs overstep their bounds and somebody drips a bomb down their pipes.

1voYVw6Z_normal.jpeg Paul Carsten (@PaulCarsten)
11/19/14, 15:31
China’s internet conference does indeed block Twitter, Google, etc inside the conference venue. Not even bothering to feign for foreigners.

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Problems When Dealing With Chinese Suppliers

Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 15, 2014

If you are going to dance with the devil, you will get burnt. Read the following in order to minimize your ‘China stupidity’ exposure, or better yet, just go elsewhere with your production.


If you have experience in importing from Chinese suppliers, you know it’s very common that quotes are not handled with precision.
There are some basic yet deep-rooted reasons why suppliers in China quote incorrectly.
Precision: Suppliers in China do not quote with precision. The mindset is that the initial quote is not something that is going to make or break the project. The quote is viewed as sort of the starting point of discussion.
Details and specifications are not something firm that can readily be concreted and confirmed. Facts are “loose” and require back-and-forth.
Western buyer thinks: the quote needs to be as exact as possible so I can quote my buyer or rock n’ roll on these numbers so that we can close the job. Let’s get this right and get moving!
Chinese supplier thinks: here’s the quote and if it’s not exact or if you find any mistakes, holler back at me and we’ll get you fixed up.
From the suppliers’ mindset, nothing rides on that first quote. Whether or not you come back isn’t based on their quoting method.
The concept of going through an inquiry “with a fine-tooth comb” is not a common practice with suppliers in China.
The salesperson you work with from the supply company or factory doesn’t spend much time proofreading the quote or assuring they are quoting as per your specifications.
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China the World’s Largest Proliferator of Weapons of Mass Destruction- Must Read!

Posted by w_thames_the_d on November 6, 2014

This proves it, China is out to kill us all. No, they won’t be nuking us but dooming our souls to a high speed hell ending in bone crunching splats!

God Save us All

Read on
China is on track to build high-speed rail in just about every corner of the world
Lily Kuo 6 hours ago
Beijing moved one step closer to its aim of becoming a global exporter of high speed rail technology this week when a Chinese-led consortium won a multi-billion dollar contract to build a high-speed train link in Mexico.
Once a massive importer of rail technology, China now aims to be a world leader in high speed rail—from a proposed bullet train that reaches the United States via the Bering Strait to establishing a trans-Asia railway connecting Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. China is or is in talks to build or sell high speed rail trains in at least 20 countries beyond its own borders, and that doesn’t include China CNR Corporation’s forthcoming pitch to sell its trains to the US state of California.


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