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Mainland and Hong Kong Chinese are rude and uncivilized

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A little girl eating in the coach sparked a heated quarrel. I did see a similar quarrel between a Hong Kong man and a mainland lady in the sea port waiting area when I visited Macau several years ago.

As a foreigner, I see both sides having attitude problem.

The Chinese woman could just asked her daughter to stop eating after the HK man told her that eating is not allowed in the train. Obviously, Chinese Mainlander’s civil consciousness is quite low.

Hong Kong people are also rude and impatient generally, my taxi driver also got angry after my luggage slightly hit his car bumper.

I doubt they could understand each other with one speaking Cantonese while another one speaking Mandarin.  Alike a duck is speaking with a chicken.

I had never seen any such quarrel in the Singapore MRT during my few years stay in kiasuland. No sure KL LRT passengers are civilized as kiasu, but I believe Malaysians do not have such open quarrel culture except Perkasa.

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abu smith says:

Aiya, all chinese all over the world (except in the usa, where ABCs are quite pansies) are just confrontational and got attitude problems wan la. put all of them together in a tight space and of course cannot stand la. chinese people i tell you

niceguy says:

A slow day in the world of politics before the holidays. LOL.

But at least they shouted and shouted without coming to kung fu kicks and blows.

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Manja says:

I see many chinese are desperate for goodies and free money. They are no longer pantang to accept ‘Pek Pow’ (money in white envelope, considered not auspicious as related to funeral) from Perkasa Ibrahim Ali. This is surely Kong Si (‘hetam mati’ in Hokkien) from Perkasa to the chinese community!

nkkhoo says:

There are tons of poor Chinese who are hidden behind a few Chinese tycoons.

Perkasa took the opportunity to insult Chinese with RM10 white envelope money.