When the show's title card hit, I thought to myself, "Well, that's sorta racist and weird." Then the rest of that happened.
I thought the chinese food fortune cookie chinky chinky chinamen bouquet of racism withered into obsolescence in the early 90's.
They can use it amongs themselves, it's a term of endearment.
My 5 Indian housemates say just about the same thing about India.
|The Mothership |
i like how in some of the other videos (all 16,000 some odd of them) they have hired white guys to promote China.
|Jet Bin Fever |
These people should be fucking ashamed of themselves.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Where can I get this job?
apperently in china
A country promoted by white people, with condos and shopping malls where nobody lives, nobody shops. Truly a paradise.
Dude I met in Beijing apparently did this job. He said the pay isn't really anything as good as the rumors but they do give you a free room. You are put on yearly contracts and are expected to make appearances at the company office during regular hours so you can be called upon instantly. He spent most of his time practicing Mandarin and watching movies, only going to about three or four meetings a week to hang about in the background and occasionally greet and say goodbye to folks.
Supposedly it happens in other Asian countries as well, but I haven't encountered it yet. It's no different then the white actors on asian drama or morning shows we've seen on poeTV before. It's just foreign acting work, really.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Okay the Ultraman story is actually kind of cool. The rest just sounds like a Twilight Zone episode. I'm waiting for the ironic ending where the main character actually becomes an executive somehow only to be executed for the company failing horribly at something.
So, what's the deal with fortunes in fortune cookies? Obviously they don't actually make predictions anymore. Did they ever do that, or is that just something that exists on TV?
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