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5th Sep '17 4:11:32 PM Monolaf317
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23rd Jul '17 2:27:18 PM nombretomado
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* AnimeChineseGirl - A [[{{Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]].

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* AnimeChineseGirl - A [[{{Kawaisa}} [[{{UsefulNotes/Kawaisa}} cute]] Chinese girl, usually with a [[JustAStupidAccent variable accent]].
8th Jul '17 11:38:17 AM nombretomado
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* VerbalTic - They will be portrayed with particular speech idiosyncracies (such as ending sentences with ''"aru yo"''), although there's a decent chance their Chinese will actually be intelligible. This actually had to do with Japanese-Chinese relations in the 1930s. When Chinese people in Manchuria[[note]]Where the Japanese established a puppet state called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchukuo Manchukuo]][[/note]] tried to speak Japanese, they sometimes pronounced it incorrectly, and also use the word "aru" and the like. TheOtherWiki has an article on this pidgin language, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyowa-go Kyowa-go ]] (協和語).

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* VerbalTic - They will be portrayed with particular speech idiosyncracies (such as ending sentences with ''"aru yo"''), although there's a decent chance their Chinese will actually be intelligible. This actually had to do with Japanese-Chinese relations in the 1930s. When Chinese people in Manchuria[[note]]Where the Japanese established a puppet state called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchukuo Manchukuo]][[/note]] tried to speak Japanese, they sometimes pronounced it incorrectly, and also use the word "aru" and the like. TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki has an article on this pidgin language, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyowa-go Kyowa-go ]] (協和語).
7th Jul '17 1:59:03 AM chizo
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China has the largest population of any nation in the world. Chinese people are often stereotyped as being of a single ethnicity, when in fact the population of China is made up of many ethnic groups. The stereotypes of Chinese people in fiction are nearly always applied to the dominant ethnic group -- the Han Chinese, who were the founders of Chinese civilization. The Han themselves have great internal variation regarding linguistic, cultural, genetic, and regional features.

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China has the largest population of any nation in the world. Chinese people are often stereotyped as being of a single ethnicity, when in fact the population of China is made up of many ethnic groups. The stereotypes of Chinese people in fiction are nearly always applied to the dominant ethnic group -- the Han Chinese, who were the founders of Chinese civilization. The Han themselves have great internal variation regarding linguistic, cultural, genetic, and regional features.
features -- they are often classified into sub-groups of the larger Han ethnicity.
7th Jul '17 1:56:14 AM chizo
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China has the largest population of any nation in the world. Chinese people are often stereotyped as being of a single ethnicity, when in fact the population of China is made up of many ethnic groups.

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China has the largest population of any nation in the world. Chinese people are often stereotyped as being of a single ethnicity, when in fact the population of China is made up of many ethnic groups.
groups. The stereotypes of Chinese people in fiction are nearly always applied to the dominant ethnic group -- the Han Chinese, who were the founders of Chinese civilization. The Han themselves have great internal variation regarding linguistic, cultural, genetic, and regional features.
21st Jan '17 4:21:35 PM Fireblood
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* StockForeignName - A high chance of having the last name 'Li/Lee," although this does have basis in fact with Li, Wang, and Zhang being the three most common Chinese surnames. Wong is a variant that almost every character from Hong Kong gets.
* TheTriadsAndTheTongs - Will often be part of families, or organizations with a lot of power and wealth, implied to be the Triads. Eg. Mr. Chang from ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', the Tao family from ''Shaman King'', or the Li family from CCS.
* VerbalTic - They will be portrayed with particular speech idiosyncracies (such as ending sentences with ''"aru yo"''), although there's a decent chance their Chinese will actually be intelligible. This actually had to do with Japanese-Chinese relations in the 1930s. When Chinese people in Manchuria[[note]]Where the Japanese established a puppet state called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchukuo Manchukuo]][[/note]] try to speak Japanese, they sometimes pronounce it incorrectly, and also use the word "aru" and the like. TheOtherWiki has an article on this pidgin language, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyowa-go Kyowa-go ]] (協和語).

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* StockForeignName - A high chance of having the last name 'Li/Lee," although this does have some basis in fact with Li, Wang, and Zhang being the three most common Chinese surnames. Wong is a variant that almost every character from Hong Kong gets.
* TheTriadsAndTheTongs - Will often be part of families, or organizations with a lot of power and wealth, implied to be the Triads. Eg.E.g. Mr. Chang from ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', the Tao family from ''Shaman King'', or the Li family from CCS.
* VerbalTic - They will be portrayed with particular speech idiosyncracies (such as ending sentences with ''"aru yo"''), although there's a decent chance their Chinese will actually be intelligible. This actually had to do with Japanese-Chinese relations in the 1930s. When Chinese people in Manchuria[[note]]Where the Japanese established a puppet state called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchukuo Manchukuo]][[/note]] try tried to speak Japanese, they sometimes pronounce pronounced it incorrectly, and also use the word "aru" and the like. TheOtherWiki has an article on this pidgin language, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyowa-go Kyowa-go ]] (協和語).
29th Nov '16 1:37:02 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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->''[[TheStinger Da-da-da-da]] [[StandardSnippet dun-dun,]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriental_riff dun-dun-DAAAA!]]''

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29th Nov '16 1:36:27 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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->''[[TheStinger Da-da-da-da]] [[StandardSnippets dun-dun,]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriental_riff dun-dun-DAAAA!]]''

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->''[[TheStinger Da-da-da-da]] [[StandardSnippets [[StandardSnippet dun-dun,]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriental_riff dun-dun-DAAAA!]]''
29th Nov '16 1:36:03 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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->''[[TheStinger Da-da-da-da]] [[StandardSnippets dun-dun,]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriental_riff dun-dun-DAAAA!]]

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->''[[TheStinger Da-da-da-da]] [[StandardSnippets dun-dun,]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oriental_riff dun-dun-DAAAA!]]dun-dun-DAAAA!]]''
29th Nov '16 1:35:48 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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