hahahahaha remember when u told me “ur gonna die” when i said i was taking ap bio
hahahaha now i get 4 credits in college for it
don’t doubt me bc...
In a lift in a Hong Kong hotel. A Caucasian woman thanked me for holding the door open for her. In badly pronounced Chinese. I kept quiet. Then she got off at her level and wished me good evening, also in bad Chinese.
I’m Indonesian of Chinese descent, and I don’t like it when people immediately assume that I can’t understand English. I’m 20, Hong Kong. Made me feel very annoyed.
yeah, i have to agree with like every note down there. unless english is the main language in hong kong (i don’t know, i’ve never been there) i don’t understand what is aggressive about a tourist trying to use the language of the location. unless the point of this post was that the submitter is being aggressive for judging the other person’s poor grasp of chinese. microaggressions, can we get some clarification on that?