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and that an awful, caustic smell had permeated your air, you would be alarmed, right?
For residents of Wenzhou, China, and millions like them in China's rapidly industrializing and growing cities and towns, this has become a reality.
With a few exceptions, Asian men on screen have been small, sneaky and threatening — or spineless, emasculated wimps, or incompetents who may well be technically proficient in martial arts, but impotent when faced with white man’s superior strength or firepower. Even today, Asian American men complain that action heroes such as Chow Yun Fat and Jackie Chan rarely get the girl.
As Leong, the author and UCLA professor put it: “Asian men can kick butt, but they can’t have a kiss.” It gets a little more personal in blogs, such as posts titled Us Bitter, Bitter Asian Men or Sucks to be an Asian male. I’ve had Chinese guys refuse me because they felt, as a traditional man, they could never see themselves married to a foreign girl.
These ones always make people laugh and there are a few here I rarely use. There’s a good chance that enigmatic piece of Australian slang that’s had you scratching your head can be found below.
But I’ve heard every one of these more than once in my life and in my mind, they’re the best bits about Australian slang. It’s a messy little mish-mash of words and exclamations, but that’s why God (or was it Steve Jobs?
But damned if it doesn’t sound sexy in that Aussie drawl.
Australian food and Australian slang have quite a bit in common.There was one Chinese boyfriend who told me, flat out, that his parents would never accept me.I don’t doubt he loved me in the beginning — but once his family knew, I suspect they made it clear that there was no future in what we had.However, the subtext is often that foreign women are a dangerous choice — too casual, the temptress, etc — or could not accept a Chinese way of life.Generally, the pressure to split up comes from the family since, after all, in China, marriage is a family affair.
Officials in Wenzhou are still trying to find the cause of the water and air pollution, but Yixiu Wu, who tracks water-pollution issues for Greenpeace, told Voice of America, "I think the water-pollution problem, it's no longer a remote problem, only in the countryside," he said. Even people in the cities." The following photos show instances of water pollution around China dating from 2006 to the present.