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Old December 13th, 2012, 07:00 AM   #81
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Japanese are a little like the Roman god Janus in that they have two faces. The face they have when dealing with those powerless to resist them. They can be extremely brutal. They also seem to enjoy preying on the weak too. Japanese rape-porn is a big porn genre and is well-known across other east Asian countries. To those whom they preceive to be their "masters" or simply stronger than they are, they can be ever so eager to please.
While I do not agree with all but from looking at japanese behaviour , i can say that they love to bully weak nations but are servant like to strong ones.

chinese on the other hand have uniform policy so if china demands arunachal a part of india, it also demands spratly part of phillipines.

there is no bullying of weak and licking shoes of strong and that is what I like about chinese.
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There was a Japanese chap on here not so long ago who denied the Rape of Nanking, as well as other fun days out by the sons of heaven in Hong Kong.

Stranger still, I'm trying to seduce a young lady from Hong Kong and she prefers to be a HK/British Citizen rather than mainland Chinese.

The natives want the Empire back? Who'd have thunk it?
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Old December 13th, 2012, 07:36 AM   #83
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There was a Japanese chap on here not so long ago who denied the Rape of Nanking, as well as other fun days out by the sons of heaven in Hong Kong.

Stranger still, I'm trying to seduce a young lady from Hong Kong and she prefers to be a HK/British Citizen rather than mainland Chinese.

The natives want the Empire back? Who'd have thunk it?
People from Hong Kong are just....different. There is no way Mainlanders can ever satisfy them.
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People from Hong Kong are just....different. There is no way Mainlanders can ever satisfy them.
Cantonese language has to be one of the most annoying, loud, and downright irritating languages on the planet.
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Cantonese language has to be one of the most annoying, loud, and downright irritating languages on the planet.
what is this brother ?

you should be a bit temperate in your reaction.
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what is this brother ?

you should be a bit temperate in your reaction.
Just listen to the language they speak in Hong Kong and Guangdong province, in Thailand the Cantonese tourists were SOOO loud and rude.
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coming to topic, what do you think on Nanking as here i find attitude of Japanese not very great.
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Cantonese language has to be one of the most annoying, loud, and downright irritating languages on the planet.
Not as bad as Vietnamese.
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Cantonese language has to be one of the most annoying, loud, and downright irritating languages on the planet.
Heard from people commenting on the internet that Cantonese is suppose to be like that. Cantonese is generally spoken in Guangdong province. Many of the early chinese who immigrated to the Americas to work in important infrastructure projects or in agriculture tended to come from Guangdong and Fujian. Which means most early Chinese in the Americas and even up to the last century tended to speak Cantonese. Fujian tended to speak Hokkien.

Has for Nanking, chances are there would be no problems between Japan and China if the Japanese Communist party had taken over Japan. They were the only party in Japan to condemn Japans war on China. The Japanese Communist party had been banned early on in Japan. It became legal again after WW II.

Then we have the Ainu people. If the modern Japanese government has not done much to change the plight of the native Ainu people of Hokkaido, which prior Japanese governments policies created, what can you expect when it comes to China and Nanking.
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There was a Japanese chap on here not so long ago who denied the Rape of Nanking, as well as other fun days out by the sons of heaven in Hong Kong.

Stranger still, I'm trying to seduce a young lady from Hong Kong and she prefers to be a HK/British Citizen rather than mainland Chinese.

The natives want the Empire back? Who'd have thunk it?
Hong kong was a poor fishing village when britain took it. The vast majority of hong kongers are descendants of immigrants who moved there after britain and were from not respectable or high class backgrounds. And those people who moved to hong kong and became rich there did it while it was a colony. The city has no buildings dsting back before british rule or any traces of civilization.

If the hong kongers actually followed the mores of British social class, they are to be consdered nothing but descendants of peasants, manual laborers and some bourgieos from unreputable families from the mainland. In long established cities like Beijing, there is actual native culture.
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