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Posted on 01/23/2012 2:17:43 PM PST by TigerLikesRooster
Chinese Professor: Hong Kong Residents Are Dogs and Thieves
For Chinas newest battle in the South China Sea, look no further than Hong Kong.
The semi-autonomous island is home to immoral people, most of whom are thieves, dogs and bastards, according to Kong Qingdong, a professor of Chinese studies at Beijing University.
As far as I know, many Hong Kong people dont regard themselves as Chinese. Those kinds of people are used to being the dogs of British colonialists they are dogs, not humans, Mr. Kong said in a recent interview on Chinese news website v1.cn.
Mr. Kongs comments came after a recent survey from the University of Hong Kong in which 34% of Hong Kongs seven million people said they think of themselves as Chinese.
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The following is an account by a Hong Kong resident who was embroiled in the incident.
On that day I was with my girlfriend at Hung Hom Station. All the seats in the cabin were taken. On one side was an adult and three children, on the other side were three adults with their luggage. Later, I saw the mother pouring some noodle snack into the hands of one kid, while the other two girls were holding some candies. The kid with the noodle snack spilt some on his clothes and on the floor. I used my limited Mandarin [standard Chinese of mainland China], pointed at the No eating allowed sign in the cabin, and told them: Excuse me, you can't eat here’. What happened next was a round of defense. The mom said that only the kids were eating, that she was about to take it away, and that it was none of my business
I told her that I saw her eating as well
I knew I could not change their attitude and was about to shut up, but then her friends sitting opposite to her, sneered at me: Their Mandarin is so lousy. I got so angry and talked back in Cantonese: My Mandarin is lousy! This is Hong Kong, you should speak in Cantonese!’ They kept on defending themselves in loud voices. A man in the cabin stood up by my side: Shut up! It's so noisy here! Just keep on eating OK? How could you yell like this when you have done wrong? Should I call the railway staff? As they continued to speak loudly, the man pushed the button to call staff when the train reached the next station. And I waved the railway staff over to take care of the situation. What happened next, you can see on the YouTube video.
That is pretty much what I think about leftists, but I’m right.
how did he confuse Hong Kong for D.C. ?
China has elitist academics too. He could complain about government corruption and thuggery but then he would lose his job and maybe his life.
however I think it fits the commie governments around the world like a glove
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