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QUOTE: I deem your 'clarification' to be an added insult to the injury previously administered.|
My apologies if you feel I have insulted you. Perish the thought.
I will again refer back to the contention of the issue.
QUOTE: I have quoted a sentence from emu, QUOTE: "and sentence a few employees of a foreign company who succumbed to the bribes of corrupt Chinese officials"
I can only believe here that emu was talking about foreigners in China and not indigenous people, by foreign employees.
If my memory serves me correct the majority of foreigners in China are white, and C of E or possibly Catholic when they fill out their forms.
Maybe a bit of blanket cover from emu, when he referred to these people as foreign employees.
But, permit me if I may.
If they are foreigners then in the main they live in a democracy. Hence the idea democratic.
Even though they may live in a democracy as an overseas-born ethnic Chinese, African, N Korean, Cuban, Sudanese and are foreigners, they are not a majority as regards the idea of 'foreigners' in China.
If I had to make a guess I would say the majority of foreigners in China are white Americans, Europeans, Australians, Canadians, Kiwis and South Africans.
Therefore one can assume from a democratic country with a base religion of Christianity.
Yes, emu did use a rather large blanket term with the use of 'foreign employees'.
Do you think that this was supposed to be an 'us and them' scenario?
And anyone from anywhere, who is not Chinese is susceptible to corruption by the Chinese on arrival.