Chinese people must be laughing all the way to the bank at black people. They come to the United States and take all of our jobs, establish and own all of our business' and community property, practice to outperform a number of our talents, and even study to learn our language, then play like they don't understand it.
We often wonder when they converse amongst themselves if they're talking about us like dogs - and we soon will learn that YES THEY ARE.
Take Lou Jing for instance, a bi-racial contestant in an Oriental fashion and talent show, who is currently the subject of harsh racial abuse from chinese netizens because her mother revealed that Lou was the result of an affair she had with an African American man while she was married.
Jing's mother, who is a Shanghainese and known as Madam Lou, also revealed that her Chinese husband divorced her when he found their newborn looked African instead of Chinese.
After the affair, Madam Lou's black lover returned to the United States, and she never heard from him again.
How the confession came about is unclear, but soon after Chinese people learned the truth about Lou Jing and her brown skin tone, they took to a Chinese forum on the internet and expressed outrage by posting a large number of racist comments.
The comments were all typed in Chinese, but when translated to English by China Smack, it shows how Chinese people REALLY feel about black people, and dating outside their own race.
For example, "娄婧她妈妈有老公，后来和一个黑人婚外性，然后生下了娄婧，生下后她后离婚了。 而那个黑鬼 日完就跑回非洲老家了。 无法想象当时那个上海男人在怀着兴奋激动的心情下看到自己“女儿”是个黑人是什么心情。。。。" translated to:
"Lou Jing, her mother a husband, and later, and one black extra-marital sex, and then gave birth to Lou Jing, after she was divorced after the birth. The End of the day that nigger ran back home in Africa. Can not imagine at that time that Shanghai men're thrilled to see their excitement under the "daughter" is what black people feel. . . ."
A few comments that followed:
"I cannot help but say, those coming out of mixing yellow and black blood are all truly ugly, a dirty feeling [appearance]…"
"Fucked by a black. How come a zebra wasn’t born…?"
"Ugh. Yellow people and black people mixed together is very gross…only black skin, not yellow skin, chocolate skin… Not even knowing this common knowledge, ruining a child’s life."
"How much self-respect could the child of a shameless old woman be? And she still wants to find her American father. Who knows if her father is in jail for being unable to repay his loans or dead from a gun fight on the streets. Judging by her mother’s story, it seems like her mother was not very familiar with her American black father anyway, so trying to find…America’s already has a bunch of black children trying to find their own biological fathers." - more
Lou Jing issued a response to all the racist comments by saying that she reserves the right to take legal action against anyone who has something negative to say about her skin color. However, with freedom of speech I doubt she would be successful with fighting it on a legal level. It's pretty sad and unfortunate, and you would think the forum itself could step in and help by removing the post.
Shanghaiist.com (a city blog) noted: 'Perhaps because of China's status as a mostly mono-cultural giant that is only just opening up to the world, the topic of racism in this country is always a landmine-infested war zone.'