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Q: Anticipating Mainlanders' next move in Foreign Land. What options does the Host have?

We all know how adept PRC mainlanders are at spotting loopholes and exploiting their opponents' weaknesses, from manufacturing fakes to turning a blind eye to Hague Tribunal's verdict to using anchor babies to secure immigration status in the host, or target country, namely (but not limited to) developed countries.

 

To use university education as an example, as more and more mainland students are accepted in foreign universities, I predict the following would happen ----- trained in PRC to be adept leftists (I believe this is the term, please correct me if it isn't), when their population grow to a certain size, they would use the respecting-minority argument to make demands.  They would start with something small, like demanding Chinese food served in student canteens, arguing, "your laws state that minorities rights are to be respected / protected, and we are the biggest  minority around here".  If you concede or appease, then another, bigger request would come. These parasites have maximizing their territory and destroying the host as their ultimate objective. 

 

In this scenario, I can think of one solution --- immediately cut the admission rate of mainland students;  a preventive cure.  

 

Any other counter-arguments or measures you can think of ?

4 years 14 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Other cities

 
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".. I can think of one solution --- immediately cut the admission rate of mainland students;  a preventive cure."

 

Admission rate is high, 'cause everybody else, but Chinese is broke  , so meiyou 'cut' .... !

Get some (more) 'dofu' to Uni's canteen-a.

 

Weed legalization is the next big step toward fuller tax-bag. 

 

I am in a 'mood good' on Wednesdays!  

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