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    Chinese Talk About Racism Ahead of Obama's Trip

    The racial animosity here taps into a prejudice dating to China's mainly agrarian past: Darker skin meant you worked the fields; lighter skin put you among the elite. The country is rapidly industrializing and urbanizing, but that historic prejudice remains. High-end skin-whitening products are a $100 million-a-year business in China, according to industry statistics.
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33936653...shington_post/
    P.C. Chike, a Nigerian businessman in Guangzhou who has been in China for five years, exports wigs and extensions made from Chinese hair to his home country
    Lol.

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    When they start to talk about racism in a land you know that the elite wants that land to turn into a multicultural hellhole, that is why you never hear them about racism in any muslim or negro land.

    Angry Internet posters called her a "black chimpanzee" and worse. One called for all blacks in China to be deported.
    Do it before more victims will fall.

    As China has expanded its economic ties to Africa — trade last year reached $107 billion — the number of Africans living here has exploded. Tens of thousands have flocked to the south, where they are putting down roots, establishing communities, marrying local Chinese women and having children.
    Goodbye China, hello Negrina.

    But that official policy of friendship has always been balanced against another reality -- the widely held view here that black people are inferior, while white people are admired as wealthy and successful.
    That is indeed a reality and a fact, the negro gene is the real destroyer of worlds.

    The view of American blacks as poor and oppressed fits into the official government narrative of America as a place of glaring inequalities. China's most recent annual report on the United States' human rights record in 2008, released in February, made no mention of Obama's historic election. But it said, "In the United States, racial discrimination prevails in every aspect of social life."

    "Black people and other minorities live at the bottom of the American society," the report said. "There is serious racial hostility in the United States."
    China ''the government not the people'' hate America so much that they do not want to admit that it is not a stereotypical white imperialist capitalist power, i would love to tell them that the same group who made their holy Communism are the same ones who are mostly ruling America today.

    "In my impression, black people, especially Africans, are not clean enough," Chen continued. "To be frank, I just feel black people are too black. Definitely, I wouldn't consider having a black guy as my boyfriend even if he were rich."
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    I've read somewhere that about 50/500 million Chinese men won't be able to get married because there's a shortage of women.These men can either emigrate to foreign countries or China can import SE Asians and Africans.Either way,China is becoming prosperous and that will attract foreigners to make a quick buck.Biracial marriages are inevitable,but I'm curious to see what the dominate ethnic Han Chinese men will do when they see their kin-women getting married to foreigners.
    Communism has always promoted racial harmony,let's all get together,but it's easier said that done.China does have a history of Fascist political parties that emphasized race,will they play a role in future Chinese politics?Also,the article quotes somebody saying that they didn't like her/him because of his skin color.Skin color does play a part but it's also what is beneath the skin,ones culture,language,the way you act,and if you are willing to assimilate into Chinese society,which I doubt these black Africans do.Diversity doesn't work because the majority that make up a country fear what will happen to them when they become a minority in their own country,what will happen to their race,language,traditions,and culture?China has over a billion people,1.2 billion Han,surely they can manage without blacks.

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    Lightbulb Nanjing anti-African protests

    The Nanjing Anti-African protests were mass demonstrations and riots against African students in Nanjing, China, which lasted from December 1988, to the following January.

    Animosity towards African students has been a recurring event since the early 1960s, when scholarships provided by the Chinese government allowed many students from 'China-friendly' African countries to study in Beijing. This policy was originally based on the idea of 'third world solidarity' and Mao's linking of the fight against 'western imperialism' with Marxist class war. Many of these African students were given larger educational grants than native Chinese students, and hostility towards the Africans was a regular occurrence. Most of these students returned to their home countries before reaching the end of their courses due to poor living conditions and the political uncertainties of the Mao era. From the mid-1970s, China allowed African students to study outside of Beijing.

    As well as resentment about the larger stipends given to African students, hostility from Chinese students towards Africans also flared up when there was contact between African men and Chinese women. In an incident in Shanghai in 1979, African students were attacked after playing loud music and making inappropriate sexual remarks to Chinese women. These clashes became more common during the 1980s and sometimes led to arrests and deportations of African students. Cultural differences in dating habits added to the tensions.

    On December 24, 1988 two male African students were entering their campus at Hehai University in Nanjing with two Chinese women. The occasion was a Christmas Eve party. A quarrel about correct identification between one of the Africans and a Chinese security guard, who had ordered the Africans to register their guests, led to a brawl between the African and Chinese students on the campus which lasted till the morning, leaving 13 students injured. 300 Chinese students, spurred by false rumors that a Chinese man had been killed by the Africans, broke into and set about destroying the Africans' dormitories, shouting slogans such as "Kill the black devils!" After the police had dispersed the Chinese students, many Africans fled to the railway station in order to gain safety at various African embassies in Beijing. The authorities prevented the Africans from boarding the trains so as to question those involved in the brawl. Soon their numbers increased to 140, as other African and non-African foreign students, fearing violence, arrived at the station asking to be allowed to go to Beijing.

    By this time, Chinese students from Hehai University had joined up with students from other Nanjing universities to make up a 3000 strong demonstration which called on government officials to prosecute the African students and reform the system which gave foreigners more rights than the Chinese. On the evening of 26 December, the marchers converged on the railway station while holding banners calling for human rights and political reform. Chinese police managed to isolate the non-Chinese students from the marchers and moved them to a military guest house outside Nanjing. The demonstrations were declared illegal, and riot police were brought in from surrounding provinces to pacify the demonstrations which lasted several more days.

    In January, three of the African students were deported for being suspected of starting the brawl. The other students returned to Hehai University and were required to follow new regulations, including a night-time curfew, having to report to university authorities before leaving the campus, and having no more than one Chinese girlfriend whose visits would be limited to the lounge area. Guests were still required to be registered.

    Anti-African demonstrations spread to other cities, including Shanghai and Beijing. These were smaller than the Nanjing protests, though the Beijing protests were one of the currents which led to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.

    The course of the Nanjing protests went from anti-African sentiment to banners proclaiming Human Rights. The Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 came 4 months after the anti-African protests in Nanjing and some elements of the Nanjing protests were still evident, such as banners proclaiming "No Offend Chinese Women".
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanjing...rican_protests
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiananm...otests_of_1989

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