How true is it that Black Men in China are Evil and AIDS-infested?

Another round of controversy overwhelmed netizens in China after a naked black man was seen rioting on Hefei streets until police overpowered him.

The young man who’s apparently of African descent was alleged to have “verbally attacked” people on the streets although a netizen claimed he later charged against one of his victims in Hefei, Anhui during the incident which occurred earlier this month.

Reports on the rampaging black man went viral on China’s popular social media app Weibo, sparking huge waves of criticisms and racial slurs.

According to local media reports, the dark-skinned student lost his sanity and took to the streets. He was spotted near the Foreign Languages Colleges around 4pm on that fateful day.

An online video showed him running against traffic in nothing but his sneakers and white underpants.

The police were unable to identify him as a student of the high institution or verify his country of origin.

However, a large number of Chinese nationals who watched the online videos showered encomiums on their police officers who painstakingly suppressed violent attacks from the black man.

Some internet users feared it was a big risk to confront such an energetic young man, while many others directed their racist attacks on the foreigner who they described as a “black monkey,” “black rubbish,” “black devil,” and “AIDS-infested.”

“Black monkey, go back to your home in the rain forest,” was popular among the thousands of racial slurs used on Weibo.

“It’s disgusting. I’m appalled at the number of blacks in Guangzhou,” another racist wrote on the news outlet, “they bring us AIDS.”

Over 60 percent of all blacks in China live in Guangzhou, one of the country’s ever-growing business hubs. And the city boasts of China’s highest crime rate.

There are little or no white collar jobs for most uneducated foreigners who travel for greener pastures. Hustlers run errands for importers/exporters and make a living through percentage cuts; others sell drugs or engage in other fraudulent activities to survive in the jungle.

The reality on ground transforms even the most feeble at heart into a dreadful monster, but as they always say, a chain is never stronger than its weakest link.

Most citizens of the country have been arrested as members of organized criminal gangs who commit murder, deal on hard drugs and trade humans. But blacks are like spotted leopards with indelible skin patches.

Every dark-skinned man is seen by the myopic few, including some hateful police officers, as “guilty until proven innocent.”

As a black man, I strongly oppose the idea that black men are AIDS-infested. The scourge of sexually transmitted diseases is everywhere, and people need some education on the use of social media.

University Lecturer crucified for saying “a Woman’s Virginity is the best gift for her Husband”

A female university lecturer in China has defended her statement that a woman’s “virginity is the best gift” she can ever give her husband.

Ding Xuan went viral with her stance on chastity and marriage during a public lecture she delivered on 14 May, 2017

Xuan, a popular figure in China’s traditional culture, said she considers “virginity” as the most important “dowry” in marriage although she later tendered a non-apology for the controversial lecture on traditional culture and values for women at Jiangxi’s Jiujiang university.

The theme of her lecture centered on women’s virtues and “How to be a model woman in the new era.”

She argued that wearing revealing clothes is vulgar, and was quick to advise women against seeking help from matchmakers — even if they’re desperate to get married.

In her opinion, couple brought together by parents or matchmaking agencies can bring bad luck to such women, their families, and ancestors.

The lecturer stressed on provocative clothing, saying it can lead to sexual assault or rape.

Critics are asking questions on how the 63-year-old was allowed to circulate her “old school” ideas in a university setting.

Meanwhile, Jiujiang University’s Publicity Department has denied that the screen slides published on Sina Weibo are from the public lecture.


“The slides posted online are not from the lecture held in our school which contained no inappropriate content,” a university staff member said.

The lecture which stirred huge backlash on social media, has been one of the top trending topics around China in recent days. It has gathered over 34,000 comments already and still counting.

During an interview with Beijing Time, the lecturer argued that her statements were taken out of context, adding that the moral values she passed was the same she received from her mom and grandmother.

She said an advice on chastity isn’t enough to call her a sexist, unless the world has lost its senses on what being a virtuous woman implies.

“Any ‘virtues’ that are specifically taught to women and not to men are bad!” said an angry netizen on Weibo.

“Men and women both need to avoid immorality, why would you specifically teach morals to women?” some commenters asked.

Meanwhile, some of the women wept in the audience section, according to a report from SCMP.

“Many of the audience members got a lot out of it,” the news outlet quotes Ding as saying. “Some of them wept and said they had been wrong [about their sexual orientations and moral values].

“This is something that must be said — reminding women to remain chaste in order to guarantee blessings for their marriage…

“Women should not sleep around. Today they’re with one man and tomorrow with another – who will still want them?”

Some critics say Ding’s lecture “sounded like something out of the Qing dynasty (1644-1912) when women were still having their feet bound.”

“The most annoying part is her saying it’s ‘for their own good,'” wrote another. “I just want to say it’s none of your business.”

Later in the lecture, Ding allegedly talked about the dangers of abortion and also played a “disturbing” video to drive home her points.

“Please don’t make virtue about vagina,” added critic added.

Another Sina Weibo user named Bainuo wrote: “Women are not subordinate to men, we can love beauty and wear whatever we like, we have our own ways to express our love and having sex before marriage does not mean we don’t have self-respect.”

*What’s your opinion on sex education? Feel free to let us know your thoughts.

Chinese Woman Poses Nude at a Sacred Lake.

Chinese woman poses nude at sacred Tibetan lake

This Chinese woman whose identity is yet undisclosed by the authorities has been criticized for posing nude and taking pictures at a sacred lake in Tibet.

Internet users see this as a show of disregard for the Tibetan culture and a breach of religious taboos which should need some kind of spiritual cleansing.

Local police has refused to give details of the photographer who reports say has been detained for ten days together with the woman. The punishment to be meted by the police has been also kept a secret.

A web user identified as “YouchumDolkar” on Weibo, posted the series of photographs on Monday night. Alongside the pictures, the woman posted a message: “A good photographer and a good model have broken cultural and ethnic boundaries.” 

There are also other pictures in which the woman appeared stark naked.

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