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

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  1. Krusty

    Krusty Senior Member Senior Member

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    Couple of years back, a local Singaporean gave chase to a Chinese immigrant who was catching stray cats around a residential area and dumping them into a huge black bag which he left and ran.

    The police said no action could be taken since there was no evidence of the event. As usual the guy went on facebook and posted a rant. Let me see if I can find the article ..
     
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    Project Dharma meh Senior Member

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    Uggh...

    This Chinese guy at work was telling me how they would roam the streets looking for pigeons and then bring them home and have mommy cook them. Pigeons are flying rats. Sick. :sad:
     
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    Bharat Ek Khoj Senior Member Senior Member

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    Pigeons are also eaten(secretly) in india by the same people whom pigeon represents. I was shocked to hear it.
     
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    Here's what they eat ..........................

     
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    angeldude13 Lestat De Lioncourt Senior Member

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    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Lol.... A
    Chinese Delivery Man Drinks Customer's Soup, Replaces It With Own Pee
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    A woman had sent home-made soup to her husband's office on Chinese Valentine's Day

    She used a food delivery service to send the hot soup in a thermos to her partner's workplace.

    The husband, surprised with the pungent smell of the soup, called up home to check if the soup was freshly made. It was, confirmed the wife.

    The mystery lied with the delivery company. When he called up the company to complain about the strange smell of the soup, he received a call from a delivery man who confessed to the un'pee'lievable crime. The delivery man said he had gulped down the soup because he was really thirsty and topped up the thermos with his urine.

    "I didn't have any grievances, I just couldn't find any water," he admitted.

    He also offered 420 yuan for what he did but his offer was declined.

    Shanghaiist reported that the owner of the delivery company flew from Beijing to Chengdu to personally apologise for the 'strangest incident in the company's history'.

    The delivery man was laid off after the incident and cops are investigating the matter, reported shanghaiexpat.com
     
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  10. Bharat Ek Khoj

    Bharat Ek Khoj Senior Member Senior Member

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    Starting and ending is bit funny .
    "so if you are eating chocolate, how do you know when to stop"

     
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    is it have special significance for chinese ?
     
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    SHOCKING! Father asks doctor to pay for son’s TORN CLOTHES after surgery
    A group of doctors and nurses was asked by kin of a patient to pay for "damaging the clothes" after he was rushed to Zhongnan Hospital in China’s Hubei Province. Later, the doctor paid him 1,000 yuan.

    Many believe that a doctor is the only one after God who can perform a miracle. But, a lot of others are ungrateful to them even though they save hundreds of lives. In one such shocking incident, a group of doctors and nurses was asked by kin of a patient to pay for “damaging the clothes” after he was rushed to Zhongnan Hospital in China’s Hubei Province. The patient, whose surname has been revealed as Li, was unconscious after suffering a pulmonary embolism — a blockage of an artery in the lungs. Luckily, the team of medical staff saved his life.

    However, the patient’s father later noticed that his son’s clothing had been cut and the contents of his pockets were missing. Overlooking what the doctor had done to save his son’s life, he demanded a compensation of 1,500 yuan for the damage!

    The story went viral on Weibo, the Chinese social media platform, and Netizens couldn’t believe it. While some questioned the sanity of the parent, others were in deep shock. According to a report by the Shanghaist, in the end, the doctor negotiated the amount, and finally, paid him 1,000 yuan.

    Taking to the media later, the doctor said he “understood” why the parent behaved in such an unusual manner. “For some people, 1,000 yuan is not a big deal, but for him, it was probably very important,” the doctor added. However, people on the Internet were not so understanding. Reportedly, people lauded the doctor as “saint” and someone referred to the father as a “piece of trash”. “Probably, his life isn’t even worth 1,000 yuan,” the report quoted one Weibo user. “For some people, you can bring their bodies back to life, but not their souls,” the report added.


    http://indianexpress.com/article/tr...d-sons-clothes-while-saving-his-life-4857835/

    chinese cheepos!!!!
     
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  13. sorcerer

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    China disrupts WhatsApp ahead of Communist Party meeting
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    • Users in China have reported widespread disruptions while using WhatsApp
    • The Communist Party Congress is scheduled on October 18; President Xi Jinping is expected to be given a second five-year term
    • China usually steps up surveillance around major events

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...munist-party-meeting/articleshow/60842488.cms

    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
    these dunces are always scared of criticism and questions and logic
     
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    damm it merlin you bet me to the punch
     
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    China set to block Masood Azhar ban defying US, India, US and France

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    • The proposal, which had the backing of UK and France too, was introduced by the US in January this year
    • It was put on a technical hold by China which is set to expire this week on Thursday
    In what could plunge India-China ties into fresh turmoil, China is likely to officially block and thereby terminate a US backed proposal to get Pakistan based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar designated a global terrorist by the UN.

    The proposal, which had the backing of UK and France too, was introduced by the US in January this year and, days later, put on a technical hold by China which, as a permanent UNSC member, wields veto power.

    The technical hold was extended by Beijing for another 3 months in August and is set to expire this week on Thursday. Since it can't be extended any further, as top intelligence sources closely watching the development said, China is moving to introduce a "full fledged block" to dispose off the US proposal.

    China's selective approach to fight against terrorism, made manifest by its position on Azhar who is seen as a strategic asset by Pakistan authorities, has turned into a major foreign policy challenge for India. This development belies all hopes of a Chinese review of its stand on Azhar in the light of Beijing's decision to allow India to name Pakistan based terror groups like JeM and Lashkar in the Xiamen Brics Declaration. Brics followed the August 28 Doklam military stand-off disengagement which, as the government has repeatedly said, still stands despite reports of a Chinese troop build-up "well within China" but not very far from the Doklam plateau.

    India has repeatedly conveyed to China that Azhar has been indicted by Indian agencies for his involvement in the Pathankot airbase attack case and that he continues to head a terror group already proscribed by the UN. China continues to insist though that there isn't enough "solid evidence" against him.

    The fact that China has effectively ruled out any cooperation with India on the issue of cross-border terrorism is as much a setback for the US as it is for New Delhi. When PM Narendra Modi met US President Donald Trump in Washington this year, the 2 leaders had welcomed a new consultation mechanism on domestic and international terrorist designation listing proposals.

    The same again came up during Secretary of state Rex Tillerson's visit to India this week and Tillerson agreed that the 2 countries needed to have a dialogue soon on terrorist designation. Sources said this dialogue will likely take place anytime in the next few months with focus on getting Azhar listed by the UNSC sanctions committee.

    In his meeting with Trump, Modi had thanked him for the US listing of the Hizbul Mujahideen leader as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist as evidence of the US commitment to end terror "in all its forms". China's intransigence on Azhar, bordering dangerously on outright hostility, will further test the US resolve though as India seeks Washington's support to rein in cross-border terrorism and as Trump seeks to mend ties with China with a visit to Beijing next month.

    The issue of Azhar is in fact likely to figure prominently in India's foreign policy agenda with other world powers like Russia. Of all the 3 major issues which have bedeviled ties with China in the recent past, including NSG and CPEC, it was on Azhar, widely acknowledged as an international terrorist, that India expected Beijing to not overplay its hand.

    China's position on Azhar is all the more frustrating for India since, after the Doklam disengagement, Beijing has been talking about how it was time for the 2 countries to start a new chapter. Reports from Beijing said Sunday that the delayed Russia-India-China foreign ministers' trilateral was finally going to take place in December with a visit by Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi.



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  16. AmoghaVarsha

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    Why didnt India persuade Russia to introduce such a proposal?
     
  17. Mikesingh

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    The Chinks will never like to ruffle their concubine's feathers since they have a huge stake in not only the CPEC and Pakistan, but Afghanistan too. It's a clear case of, you-lick-my-ass-and-I'll-lick-your's.
     
  18. sorcerer

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    Outrage after African people are compared to wild ANIMALS at a popular art exhibition in China


    • Chinese museum exhibition shows African people in comparison to animals
    • African visitor posted on Instagram a video he shot while visiting the gallery
    • The photo exhibition has sparked outrage online across social media
    Popular: Gallery exhibit in museum in central China shows Africans alongside wild animals

    Comparison: A monkey was framed alongside a man who appears to have a similar expression

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/chi...pared-wild-ANIMALS.html#v-4006352301571981356
    Expression: Animal photos were shown alongside with people displaying similar facial poses

    Mr Duke wrote: 'The Hubei Provincial Museum put pictures of a particular race next to wild animals why?' Are they the only race to have impoverished looking?'

    The video shows the gallery had photos of wild animals, framed alongside those of black-skinned people.

    A photo of a lion which appeared to be roaring in the photo was framed alongside the photo of a man with a similar expression.

    Another photo shows a chimpanzee with its mouth opened wide and framed alongside a child who appears to have a similar expression.

    Many comments on the visitor's post condemned the racist nature of the exhibition although the post has now been taken down from Instagram.

    However, it has been re-uploaded on other social media sites including Youtube and Chinese site Weibo.

    Instagram post: The video was originally uploaded by Nigerian Instagram user Edward E. Duke

    Side-by-side: This gallery photo shows that the child on the left is compared to a wild elephant

    Museum display: 'This is Africa' exhibit was intended to provide an artistic interest to visitors

    Since the exhibit opened prior to last week's national holidays, it has managed to attract thousands of visitors daily. It portrays the works of Chinese photographer Yu Huiping.

    According to Shanghaiist, the museum's director, Fang Qin, commented the 'exhibit is a way of providing a wider range of knowledge to visitors, while enhancing the museum's mission of social education and enriching the cultural life of the masses.'

    Yu Huiping intended for the exhibition to highlight his travels in Africa and for visitors to learn about African culture

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/chi...age-African-people-compared-wild-ANIMALS.html
     
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  19. Hiranyaksha

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    China’s planning a 1,000km tunnel to divert water away from one of India’s largest rivers
    Source: IDRW

    http://idrw.org/chinas-planning-a-1...water-away-from-one-of-indias-largest-rivers/

    China is working on an incredibly ambitious water diversion project involving the Brahmaputra, one of India’s largest rivers, which may become another point of tension between the two Asian neighbours.

    Chinese engineers are testing techniques that could be used to build a 1,000-kilometre (km) tunnel—the world’s longest—to carry water from Tibet to Xinjiang, a barren region in northwest China, according to a report in the South China Morning Post (SCMP).

    The project would divert water from the Yarlung Tsangpo River in southern Tibet, which turns into the Brahmaputra once it enters India, to the Taklamakan desert in Xinjiang.

    “The proposed tunnel, which would drop down from the world’s highest plateau in multiple sections connected by waterfalls, would ‘turn Xinjiang into California’,” the SCMP reported, quoting an anonymous geotechnical engineer. Xinjiang, China’s largest administrative division, comprises vast swathes of uninhabitable deserts and dry grasslands.

    The feasibility of the proposed Tibet-Xinjiang project is being tested along a 600km tunnel in China’s Yunnan region.

    “The water diversion project in central Yunnan is a demonstration project,” Zhang Chuanqing, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, told the SCMP. Chuanqing, according to the newspaper, has played a key role in many major Chinese water tunnel projects. “It is to show we have the brains, muscle, and tools to build super-long tunnels in hazardous terrains, and the cost does not break the bank,” he said.

    The Yunnan project comprises over 60 sections, all of which are wide enough to fit in two high-speed trains, that will pass through high-altitude mountains. “Fault zones are our biggest headache,” Zhang explained. “If we can secure a solution, it will help us get rid of the main engineering obstacles to getting water from Tibet to Xinjiang.”

    Over the years, China has developed exceptional infrastructure-building capabilities, some of which have been implemented in the Tibet region. “Nobody thought that there could be a railway line in Tibet, but the Chinese government has done so. So, there shouldn’t be any doubts about China building the tunnel,” Lobsang Yangtso, a research associate at the non-profit coalition, International Tibet Network, told Quartz.

    But Yangtso warned that the Tibet Plateau has been witnessing climate change, with water crises in many parts of the Himalayan region. “The region is also earthquake-prone and it could lead to a huge natural disaster,” she added. Moreover, any project that diverts water from upstream Brahmaputra is likely to rile up both New Delhi and Dhaka, as the river is a major water resource for both northeastern India and Bangladesh. India has, in the past, raised objections to Chinese damsbeing built on the Yarlung Tsangpo.

    “There are currently no water treaties between India, China, and Bangladesh,” said Yangtso, whose research has focused on Chinese environmental policies in Tibet. “India will certainly have to take a strong stand as far as this project goes, as it can be disastrous for India and Bangladesh.”
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  20. Hiranyaksha

    Hiranyaksha Senior Member Senior Member

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    I thought they, Chinese, stopped consuming opium, but alas I was wrong.
     
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