Two recent cases reportedlyDiscriminationthe point isweiboCaused heated discussion.JapanA Chinese restaurant in Tokyo angered Chinese netizens because a notice on the door stated “Chinese are not allowed to enter.” But before this a Japanese tourist had posted a post which was viewed more than 10 million times.
“Still Wayne” posted on Weibo that there have been two articles about discrimination in the past two days. There is a Japanese tourist who is driving a taxi in Shanghai, but there is a sticker on the car that reads “Japanese and dogs are not allowed to ride”; The second is a notice posted on the door of a Japanese restaurant reading “Chinese people are not allowed to enter.”
He said that leaving aside for the moment the difference in levels of discrimination in the expressions “Japanese and dogs” and “Chinese”, both attitudes are wrong and are cheap and superficial discrimination that can only bring short-term pleasure. “Whatever the motivation behind these actions, I think they are an insult to modern civilization.”
“Still Wayne” said that both incidents are discriminatory in nature, but their motivations are completely different. One is the helpless experience of Japanese tourists when taking a taxi in a foreign country, and the other is an Internet celebrity who has enjoyed the same type of traffic and actively caused controversy. The mood of both should be completely different when facing time discrimination.
Other Chinese netizens said that in the video, the Japanese police said that the store is the owner’s private domain, so since he has clearly stated that he does not accept service recipients, the other party can consider whether that service Can request if he knows. , In Shanghai online car-hailing service, customers perceive the service only when they board the bus. It is advocated that you should clearly explain the details of your service to the other party before taking a car appointment; Even in the local area, it is very painful and scary to learn that you have qualities that the other party dislikes after you get into the car.
Some Chinese netizens also said, “That restaurant in Japan also allows dogs to enter, which makes me even more angry”, “P-picture is more likely to be judged with the naked eye”, “Such extreme There may be people too,” but they are still very few. Most Shanghainese foreigners have no prejudice.” “Such low-level people are harming the country in the name of patriotism.” “Why are they only targeting Japanese people? Shouldn’t the Japanese consider this? ” “Recently, many people have been using patriotic banners, but in reality they are doing “things that insult China”, “There is no doubt, I am sitting in Changsha with such slogans”, “Distorted Patriotic Feelings”.