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THE FUTURE OF CHINESE CHILDREN BORN TO AFRICAN PARENTS

Popularity 1Viewed 3746 times 2014-2-12 14:55 |Personal category:common man|System category:News

Don't ask my statistics but is estimated that about 800 to 1000 children in china are born to black african parents with chinese wives.the number is likely to increase since africans have a taste of many children and they are not limited to any  number of children.the visa situation too may push the figures up as it's increasingly being difficult for africans to renew their visas in china.these marriages may be are real as it can be a short cut to life.children of foreigners have no social benefits in china and like in many western countries if not all, foreigners in this same situation are entitle to all the benefits like the natives.in china,marrying a chinese is no guarantee for your stay and worst still ,you can't work under such a visa(family visa).you still need a working permit before you can work which cost an arm and a leg to africans.
the society(chinese people)are not helping the situation.girls married to blacks are seen as worst of women in the world and are labelled as whores.the stares and fidgeting is unbearable.bizarre questions.my friend won't attend the funeral of his father -in-law because the family thinks the reaction of people won't be pleasant and will raise eye brows.
     In a situation where the father is ejected from china as it has happened many times or was a gold digger and decides to make his family back in his country,what becomes of these children left behind by these black fathers?won't it be nice if the chinese government recognise these children and their fathers like in other countries?this is going to ease up things and make life comfortable to the already stressed up couples?in this way the society gets to know these children too are no way different from other children and deserve to be treated with no prejudice.
HOW DO YOU SEE THE FUTURE OF CHINESE CHILDREN BORN OF BLACK  PARENTS IN CHINA?i am thinking of bring my wife over to give birth in china.i see many opportunities in future for children born in china.hahahahaa.

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  • RIPPING FARTING,IS IT A CULTURAL THING HERE IN CHINA? 2014-6-1 15:20

    these are people who have been smuggled in to 2014.they are really messed up people second to none on planet earth.in china we are seeing alot and just wonder as you said if there are not taught any etiquette.worser things happen here.i will suggest next tme you remain them that here(scandinavia)things are not done that way.remind them that money doesn't guarantee the freedom to do what you like and where you like.

  • RIPPING FARTING,IS IT A CULTURAL THING HERE IN CHINA? 2014-5-31 07:11

    I am working in hotel in Scandinavia and we have several tourist groups from China visiting us every year. Today we have a group and so far:
    -Two men have spat on the floor
    -A man burped in my face when I gave him an internet voucher
    -Other guests have been hurt from being pushed ( cut in line et.c.)
    - My colleague got burns on her legs and arms when pushed from behind attending guests with tea and coffee
    - When opening doors for them they have farted infront of me
    - Very messy people throwing garbage right on the floor while walking.
    - When trying to help them, tho not speaking their language, they laugh right up in my face and point.
    This happens everytime we have a group from China travelling in Scandinavia!
    Why is this so common? This is appalling and disrespectful in my country (Sweden)!

    These things are highly disrespectful and I can't understand why they are not taught common sense and etiquette before visiting other countries. I ALWAYS read up on do's and don'ts before going to a country with different culture- I even try learning a few words- as respect to people living there.

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