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cmknight Post time: 2017-12-24 00:41
Fentanyl ... Made in China ... Exported to North America ... kills >7000 people per year.

An unwanted Chinese export
Stan, you're holding a gun to God's head. I can't think of a metaphor that's better than this.

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seneca Post time: 2017-12-24 09:02
Many Chinese students at Western universities are unwanted exports too - young spoilt and immature ...

Most are paid Chinese government spies
Stan, you're holding a gun to God's head. I can't think of a metaphor that's better than this.

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F111 Post time: 2017-12-24 09:26
Most are paid Chinese government spies

Yeah, better look under your bed, there could be a Chinese spy lurking!

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cmknight Post time: 2017-12-24 00:46
Wrong stereotype, sonny.

The Japanese have trouble with the "L" sound, turning it into an "R" s ...

"The Japanese have trouble with the "L" sound, turning it into an "R" sound. The Chinese don't generally have that issue."

I thought it was the other way round, turning 'R' into 'L',  like saying fried lice for fried rice!
The Chinese have a similar problem; they can't twist their tongue to pronounce 'R', so 'wrong' becomes 'wong'!

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