Barbaric Paper Dragon People's Republic of China: Idiotic Musings.

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    Highlights
    • China has sharp differences with almost all its neighbours.
    • But resistance to Beijing's aggressive claims is increasingly weakening.
    • Mongolia, Vietnam and India are among a handful critical of China's strong-arm tactics.

    NEW DELHI: China has sharp differences with almost all its neighbours. But their resistance to Beijing's aggressive claims is increasingly weakening as its investments grow in the region. Mongolia, Vietnam and India are among a handful critical of its strong-arm tactics, along with Japan and Taiwan. A recent Asean meeting where the bloc was expected to push for a non-aggression pact with China saw a tepid response to the proposal. As Japan backs India on the Doklam standoff, here's a look at how China is gaming the region with mega deals and Beijing's relations with its neighbours.

    KYRGYZSTAN | NEUTRAL | Common border: 858km

    Next to China's restive Xinjiang province. China initially claimed most parts of the country

    Kyrgyzstan has both a US and a Russian military base

    Beijing-Bishkek relationship status remains 'complicated'The Kyrgyz are one of 56 ethnic groups recognised in China.Beijing is wary of Kyrgyz migrants coming in, and the arms smuggling into Xinjiang

    DEAL: Under Almazbek Atambaev, China has overtaken Russia as largest trade partner.

    KAZAKHSTAN | FRIEND | 1,783km

    Most of China's claims satisfied in various border agreements

    Moscow's close ally has 3% (30bn barrels) of world's oil reserves and is is gung-ho about OBOR

    DEAL: Beijing has invested in a free trade zone at the border, making the Khorgos Gateway at their border the world's largest dry port.

    MONGOLIA | CRITIC | 4,677 km
    China claims all of Mongolia citing the Yuan dynasty rule (1271-1368)

    New president Khaltmaagiin Battulga, a vocal China critic, is eager to reduce dependence on Beijing, which accounts for 90% of its exports, 30% of imports

    Ulanbaatar has also sought deeper ties with New Delhi

    DEAL: Beijing is set to invest $30bn in the next few years for a route across the Gobi desert to Russia via Mongolia

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    RUSSIA | COMPLICATED | 3,645 km

    Xi has said relations between Beijing & Moscow are "at their best time in history", but Beijing's growing influence & investments in Russia's backyard has seen the two in serious competition

    TAJIKISTAN | NEUTRAL | 414km

    China's area increased by 1,000sq km in Pamir mountains when Dushanbe ceded 5% of the land China 'sought', settling a 130-yr-long disputeChina's for now relinquished claims over 28,000sq km

    Unclear which part of Pamir moutains was ceded

    DEAL: Beijing is biggest investor particularly in energy and infra

    NORTH KOREA | FRIEND | 1,420km

    Beijing claims Baekdu Mountain and Jiandao.The North's dependent on strongest ally China for even food, but Beijing has of late been wary of Kim Jong-un

    SOUTH KOREA | CRITIC

    Claims on area in East China SeaChina strongly objects to Seoul and US deploying antimissile THAAD system to counter the NorthChina says the radar can probe its territory

    JAPAN | CRITIC

    Worst rivals on economic competition and territorial disputes, especially over Senkaku Islands

    TAIWAN | CRITIC

    China claims all of taiwan.taipei still has its own currency and military and receives arms from the usrecognised as a country separate from china by 19 nations of 193 un member states

    BRUNEI | CRITIC
    Dispute in Spratly Islands

    MALAYSIA | NEUTRAL

    Dispute in Spratly Islands

    CAMBODIA | FRIEND

    Long-time China ally

    PHILIPPINES | FRIEND

    One of the most vocal critics that filed and won a case against China's claims on its Scarborough Shoal in a UN-backed tribunalYet, Manila played down the verdict, with new president Rodrigo Duterte warming to Beijing this past year

    VIETNAM | CRITIC

    Most outspoken among China's neighbours in the regionHas both land and sea disputes, Paracel & Spratly Islands

    With Spain's help, Vietnam is exploring for oil/ natural gas beneath the seabed near Vanguard Bank, under Vietnamese control but which Beijing claims

    Beijing also resents Vietnam's deal with ONGC to explore a tract China contests

    LAOS | FRIEND | 423km

    Beijing cites the Yuan dynasty to stake claim

    DEAL: Not just infra, China has been rapidly buying up jumbos in the poor nation, once known as the land of a million elephants

    MYANMAR | FRIEND | 2,185km

    De facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has increasingly preferred to do business with China, now Myanmar's largest trade partner and largest source of investment, from ports and roads to energy and power

    AFGHANISTAN | NEUTRAL | 76km

    Despite a 1963 treaty settling border issues, analysts believe China has encroached on Afghan land in the Badakhshan province, that includes the strategic Wakhan Corridor (Pakistan and Karakoram to the south, Tajikistan to the north, Xinjiang to its east)

    DEAL: Beijing wants close ties and a counter-terror network but Ashraf Ghani is reluctant

    Xi wants to extend China-Pak Economic Corridor to Afghanistan

    PAKISTAN | BFF

    China meets Pakistan through the disputed Gilgit-Baltistan

    Beijing's been worried about the resurgence of border dispute between Pakistan and Afghanistan

    NEPAL | NEUTRAL | 1,236km

    China and Nepal signed a border agreement in 1963, year after the Sino-Indian war

    But the status of Lipu-Lekh Pass in Nepal remains controversial

    India is at risk of losing the Nepalese transit trade to China, whose high-speed rail link promises capacity, speed and efficiency

    DEAL: China's increasing its trade with Nepal

    BHUTAN | NEUTRAL | 760km
    China claims about 270sqkm in the east and west along the contiguous border

    Thimphu, while balancing its relations with India and China, talks of Doklam as a disputed area

    SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE

    WHERE

    The Spratly Islands is a group of over 750 reefs, islets, atolls, cays, and islands that 4 nations claimIslands are 800km from China's coast

    WHAT

    China militarised the South China Sea along its claims of the ninedash line, added islands now bristling with military hardware, and set up a full base on Fiery Cross islandIn all 3,200 acres of land have been 'made' on seven features

    WHY

    Location of manmade islands are the furthest possible range of Beijing's planes, and radio stations

    The new bases ensure China has every area covered in a triangle with range that extends across South China Sea

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...s-foes-and-frenemies/articleshow/60152031.cms

    Building military bases here guarantees China coverage of all of South China Sea in terms of radio and military range
     
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    I have seen that some very idiotic and foolish things happen in China, so the thread was must...

    Basically they are Jugaadu to the level of idiocy.
     
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    China’s Idiotic Elevated Bus Concept Turned Out to be a Scam
    By Matt Posky on July 6, 2017

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    Beijing, like most major metropolitan areas, has a problem with traffic. For a time, Chinese officials thought they had been sent a solution to gridlock in the form of a futuristic-looking urban conveyance dubbed the Transit Elevated Bus (TEB-1).

    While not technically a bus at all, the vehicle acts as more like a catamaran on rails, moving a few hundred people over traffic as a colossal trolley. The concept for the TEB has been in existence since the late 1960s, however, no country had ever bothered to build one before China — and for good reason.

    After sitting in development hell for most of the decade, a prototype was deployed last August and tested near Beijing in the industrial area of Qinhuangdao. It technically worked but seeing the TEB at full-scale helped to highlight some of the criticisms many had been prodding Huaying Kailai, the company behind the project, with since its earliest scale models. Even a cursory consideration of the TEB should have caused government officials to wonder how it could possibly cope with a clogged intersection, pedestrian overpasses, turning, or overtaking vehicles of above average height.

    While some did raise those sorts of questions, it wasn’t enough to keep the cities of Shijiazhuang and Wuhu from applying for financing to implement the project after its unveiling, or another four Chinese cities from following suit over the next five years.

    “The elevated bus would just get stuck in traffic and make things even worse,” suggested Shen Gang, an urban transport expert at Tongji University in Shanghai in an interview with NPR. “The idea was absurd, childish.”

    Over the last few months, Chinese news media outlets and investors of the project began raising additional questions about where the money was going. It’s estimated that over half a billion dollars had been funneled into the TEB project after potential investors were promised returns of 12 percent.

    “We are just a private tech company. We are not a briefcase company for illegal fund-raising,” Zhang Wei, the director of development and planning for TEB Tech, the Huaying Kailai subsidiary that developed the bus, told The New York Times last year. “Everything we do is approved by related departments in the government, and if we are an illegal company with financial issues, why are the local governments still interested in us?”



    Those local governments lost their appetites last fall, after public scrutiny of the project began to swell. Tempered by some glowing praise, the Chinese media has been highly critical of the TEB. The Beijing News was claiming fraud as early as 2010 — going so far as to call the project a “Ponzi scheme” and a “fake-science investment scam.”

    Earlier this week, at least 32 Huaying Kailai employees were arrested — including Bai Zhiming, the entrepreneur who bought the patents for the elevated bus and owns a majority share of TEB Tech.

    Chinese authorities have launched an official investigation into the fundraising practices of a firm, with police stating they were working to recover the funds involved in this case and protect investors’ legal interests. Apparently, issues like this are all too common in China and burned investors often take to the streets in anger. Government officials are keen to avoid protests resulting from the TEB fiasco.

    However, it’s almost impossible to believe that anyone saw this monstrosity and thought it would be the solution to any city’s traffic problems. The elevated rail provides a pathetic amount of clearance and would have surely obstructed the view and movement of anyone unlucky enough to be caught beneath it. The TEB also requires elevated loading platforms and a minimum of two lanes in which to operate. However, none of that matters since it never would have made it through a busy intersection or over a supply truck in the first place.

    [Image: New China TV]
     
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    List of Problem Chinese Imports Grows
    July 10, 201712:38 PM ET
    KAYLA WEBLEY

    In recent months, the number of unsafe products imported to the United States from China — ranging from seafood and pet food to toys and toothpaste — has grown steadily.

    Chinese-made products have accounted for more than 60 percent of recalls this year, said Scott Wolfson, spokesman for the U.S. Consumer Product and Safety Commission. So far they have recalled 338 products overall this year, Wolfson said.

    For the most part, the businesses responsible for the faulty products and bad food have denied the problems, saying their products are safe.

    After initally guaranteeing the safety of the country's products, Chinese officials admitted Tuesday, after much international pressure, that "as a developing country, China's current food and drug safety situation is not very satisfactory." They had hoped to downplay the safety and health problems before the 2008 summer Olympics, to be held in Beijing.

    At the same time, officials in Beijing are attempting to clean up the problems. In early July, inspectors announced they had closed 180 food factories in China in the first half of this year, and that they seized tons of candy, pickles, crackers and seafood tainted with formaldehyde, illegal dyes and industrial wax.

    Here is a rundown of the items that have been found hazardous since the massive recall of pet foods in early March:


    Fish
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    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has placed a hold on five types of farmed fish and seafood containing traces of antifungal and antibiotic drugs that are potentially harmful to humans. Federal officials said that repeated tests on shrimp, catfish, eel, basa and dace imported from China revealed the presence of drugs not approved in the United States for use in farmed seafood.

    The hold means the FDA is not allowing the import of these types of Chinese farmed seafood until the importers can prove the seafood is free from harmful contaminants. The FDA stopped short of ordering an outright ban because there is no immediate health risk.

    The FDA said that between October 2006 and May 2007, tests on some imported Chinese fish repeatedly found traces of the antibiotics nitrofuran and fluoroquinolones, as well as antifungals malachite green and gentian violet. The fluoroquinolones are of particular concern. These drugs are part of a family of widely used human antibiotics that the FDA forbids in seafood, in part to prevent bacteria from developing resistance to the drugs. The best known example is ciprofloxacin, an antibiotic sold under the name Cipro that is used to treat a variety of infections. The drug made headlines as a treatment option during the 2001 anthrax attacks.

    China is one of the top exporters of seafood to the United States. More than half of its global seafood exports are farmed, yet the FDA only inspects about 5 percent of farmed Chinese fish imports.

    Toothpaste
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    The FDA increased inspection of toothpaste made in China after reports that some of the products may contain an ingredient used in antifreeze.

    The ingredient, diethylene glycol, is a thickening agent not normally used in toothpaste. The chemical has been used as a low-cost, but sometimes deadly substitute for glycerin – a sweetener commonly used in drugs.

    Diethylene glycol was found in three products manufactured by Goldcredit International Trading in China: Cooldent Fluoride, Cooldent Spearmint and Cooldent ICE. The FDA also found the chemical in Shir Fresh Mint Fluoride Paste, which is manufactured by Suzhou City Jinmao Daily Chemical Co.

    The FDA is not aware of any poisonings from toothpaste, but has found that the toothpaste was distributed in some U.S. bargain retail stores, including a Dollar Plus in Miami and a Todo A Peso in Puerto Rico. The toothpaste also was shipped to prisons in North Carolina and Georgia and hospitals in Florida and Georgia.

    The same chemical found in the toothpaste was blamed for the deaths of 51 people in Panama after they ingested tainted cough medicine. China has said it was the source of the deadly diethylene glycol, but says that it was originally labeled "for industrial use only."

    Drugs
    In Beijing, local officials banned the use of 10 types of drugs as a result of their makers' exaggerated and false claims. It is unclear whether the drugs have been exported.

    The drugs were genuine, but the results they claimed to produce in fighting high blood pressure, diabetes and other ailments could not be supported in clinical testing. Beijing stores have been ordered to stop selling them, and media outlets that carried their advertising were told to print retractions.

    Ceramic Heaters and Toy Grills
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    Consumer Product Safety Commission
    In June, some 1.2 million ceramic heaters made in China and distributed by Lasko Products Inc., of West Chester, Pa., were recalled because of safety concerns. The heaters were a possible fire hazard, due to faulty power cords that overheated where they entered the base of the units.

    Lasko received 28 reports of failed power cords, including six instances of minor property damage. No injuries have been reported.

    The recall only affects models manufactured in 2005. The heaters were sold at major retailers, home centers and discount department stores nationwide from September 2005 to April 2006 and cost $20 to $50.

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    Consumer Products Safety Commission
    The Play Wonder Toy Grill, also recalled due to safety concerns, is made in China and distributed by Schylling Associates Incorporated, of Rowley, Mass. The 2,300 products recalled posed a danger of laceration.

    The circular ash tray attached to the stainless steel legs of the grill could contain sharp edges. No injuries have been reported.

    The toys were sold in Target Stores nationwide from December 2006 to February 2007 for about $20.

    Toy Trains
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    Consumer Product Safety Commission
    The popular Thomas and Friends Wooden Railway toys were voluntarily recalled in early June due to the presence of lead in some of the surface paints. The recall was particularly troubling for parents whose children have been playing – and chewing – on the toys for years.

    The recall affected two dozen items, which amounts to about 1.5 million toys. Imported from China, the toys were distributed in the United States by RC2 Corp. of Oak Brook, Ill. The contaminated toys were sold nationwide at toy stores and various retailers from January 2005 to June 2007 and ranged in price from $10 to $70.

    Yellow and red paint on the recalled products contain lead. If ingested by young children, lead is toxic and can cause adverse health and developmental effects, including long-term neurological problems affecting learning and behavior. No incidents of lead poisoning connected to the trains have been reported yet.

    Parents can have a simple blood test performed to check the level of lead in their child's body. The company has not yet said whether they will reimburse parents for the costs associated with the blood tests and any further treatment needed. The company has said it will pay for the shipping of recalled products and for a free replacement.

    Tires
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    U.S. regulators have ordered tire importer Foreign Tire Sales, based in Union, N.J., to recall as many as 450,000 tires. The company reported that the treads on light-truck radials manufactured by Hangzhou Zhongce Rubber Co. in Hangzhou, China, might separate.

    Foreign Tire Sales said many of the tires are missing a safety feature called a gum strip, which helps bind the belts of the tire to each other. The gum strip prevents tread separation, which can cause a tire to blow, possibly making a driver lose control of the vehicle and crash.

    The Chinese-made tires were sold under at least four brand names: Westlake, Compass, Telluride and YKS. The tires, which were sold for use on vans, sport utility vehicles and pickups, have been linked to at least two deaths in accidents involving tread separation.

    Since the Chinese manufacturer does not have an office in the United States, the importer is responsible for any damages. But Foreign Tire Sales has said it does not have enough money to fund a recall. The small, family-owned importer is suing the Chinese manufacturer – the second-largest tire maker in China – saying it should pay for the recall.

    Foreign Tire Sales would have to pay for advertisements announcing the recall, hundreds of thousands of replacement tires, and the environmentally safe recycling of all recalled tires. The recall could cost as much as $60 million.

    Pet Food
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    Wheat gluten imported from China was linked to the deaths of pets nationwide earlier this year. The FDA blocked the import of wheat gluten from Xuzhou Anying Biologic Technology Development Company in China, saying it suspected the gluten was contaminated with melamine, a chemical used to make plastic products.

    The tainted food caused kidney failure in dogs and cats across North America. Distributors of the contaminated food recalled several varieties, following the deaths.

    Menu Foods of Canada recalled nearly 95 brands of "Cuts and Gravy" pet food. Other companies including Nestle Purina Pet Care, Del Monte Pet Products and Hill's Pet Nutrition also recalled some varieties of their food products in the United States.

    Many pet owners resorted to cooking homemade meals for their pets because of uncertainty surrounding which products were contaminated.
     
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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    I have spent over 40000-50000 over faulty electronics equipment,all of them made in China.

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    I want refund.
     
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    Are you Pakistan breh?

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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    No ------------ way.

    And @mods @Razor and @Dovah

    Please remove BARBARIC from the thread name-quite an overstatement for ugly commie bastards
     
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    :lehappy: Whoa buddy, barbaric meaning unsophisticated not badass.


    bar·bar·ic
    bärˈberik/
    adjective
    1. 1.
      savagely cruel; exceedingly brutal.
      "he had carried out barbaric acts in the name of war"
      synonyms: brutal, barbarous, brutish, bestial, savage, vicious, wicked, cruel, ruthless, merciless, villainous, murderous, heinous, monstrous, vile, inhuman, infernal, dark, fiendish, diabolical
      "barbaric crimes"
    2. 2.
      primitive; unsophisticated.
      "the barbaric splendor he found in civilizations since destroyed"
     
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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    There is a word brutal there,didnt you see a few days back how hakkas were beated by our hookah's in ladakh.

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    Pakistan don't get Refund, they get the D-fund, if you know what I mean.
     
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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    What???destroyed fund???

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    Razor STABLE GENIUS Moderator

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    D (Cheney) fund.

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    Razor STABLE GENIUS Moderator

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    The Chinese call almost all non-han as "barbarian"; northern barabrian, southern barabarian, western barbarian, so on.
    I'm sure they like the taste of own medicine??
    :)

    Any case I made a note for staff.
     
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    Look at these doped up manchilds. How do puny, midget Hans win weightlifting golds?

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    China faces weightlifting ban after three Beijing Olympics gold medallists fail dope tests


    Mainland trio stripped of their Games prizes following re-analysis of samples taken at 2008 Games


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    Cao Lei, the 75kg champion, Chen Xiexia, the 48kg gold medallist, and Liu Chunhong, who won the 69kg category, were stripped of their 2008 titles.

    The Chinese trio, all aged between 31 and 34, tested positive for the banned GHRP-2, a human growth hormone.

    The IWF is attempting to rid the sport of a drug-taking culture that has made it one of the most notorious Olympic events.

    The IWF barred serial performance-enhancing offenders Russia and Bulgaria from competing at the Rio Games last summer.[​IMG]





    Two months before the Games the IWF adopted a resolution that said any country which returns three or more positive drugs tests from the reanalysis of samples from Beijing 2008 and London 2012 would be suspended for a year.

    That would mean China potentially missing out this year on the Asian championships in April while the world championships are set for November.

    In all, eight athletes were disqualified on Thursday from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics in London as part of the ongoing series of retests from 2008 and 2012.[​IMG]





    Also disqualified were Belarus shot-putter Nadzeya Ostapchuk, who was bronze medallist in Beijing but tested positive for the steroid turinabol.

    She was only promoted to the bronze medal position after compatriot Natallia Mikhnevich failed an earlier dope test.

    Another Belarusian, hammer thrower Darya Pchelnik, lost her fourth spot from the 2008 Games.

    Three non-medal weightlifters from the 2012 Olympics in London – Sibel Simsek of Turkey, Intigam Zairov of Azerbaijan and Armenia’s Norayr Vardanyan – were also disqualified.

    In total, the IOC is reanalysing 1,243 samples from Beijing and London using testing techniques not available at the time. By the end of December, the number of positive tests from the reanalysed samples had reached 101.[​IMG]





    Weightlifting accounts for the bulk of positive tests, followed by athletics, wrestling and cycling.

    The results of the new tests will feature in April during discussions to map out the programme of future summer Olympics.

    “We will have to look at the results in detail, connect each sport with each country and see if it is a problem specific to each country,” said IOC president Thomas Bach recently.

    “And then we will study the situation with the World Anti-Doping Agency.”

    Reuters, Agence France-Presse




    This article appeared in the South China Morning Post print edition as:
    Chinese medallists stripped of gold
     
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    aditya10r Mera Bharat mahan Senior Member

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    ULTRA UGLY

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    Nice thread. Looks like China is running out of females....... ha ha ...


    Their only option is to import 100s and 1000s of fugly women from africa and raise a subspecies called "Chigger".
    Or they can have the world's largest faggot population who'll ass rape and eat each other to extinction.
     
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    Chinese women say that Indians look handsome, and women beautiful. I have seen youtube videos on it...
     
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    Chini-Paki bhai bhai
    Wait for the second question, see the expression :smile:

     
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    No worries, Pak has lots of beautiful women. Remember "Chalay they Saath", it is the future of Pak and China relationship.
     
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    It is the logical outcome of the one child policy as well as bad gender ratio in China combined with the relative unattractiveness of the Chinese race.
     
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