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Why do they think it is proper to sell shirts with catchphrases that are offensive to Chinese people?
“Save a dog, eat a Chinese,” read one shirt. “Save a shark, eat a Chinese,” read the other.
According to huffingtonpost, the shirts were for sale on Spreashirt’s website as early as last week. Although Spreadshirt employees don’t design T-shirts for sale on the site (users and customers do), quite a few people were disappointed with the company for allowing the offensive shirts to be sold. The controversial T-shirts have been removed from Spreadshirt’s website. However, the spokewoman for the company believes that these T-shirts are not racist.
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T-shirts can be used to advocate animals protection, but there is a condition that insulting, slandering and vilifying words cannot be used. Do you think it is acceptable to say things like saving a dolphin and eat a Japanese, saving a cod and eat an European, saving the earth and eat all the human beings?  It is not acceptable and the behavior itself is shameful!

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