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Q: Lmao why this site calling me a "peasant"

just made an account and  this website be straight up calling me a peasant /. i mean... i get it that i am a greenhorn here but still, damn ..

1 week 5 days ago in  General  - China

 
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It's related to the amount of things that you post. 

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Well if it helps, I'm pretty much a peasant in real life but ECC calls me emperor. Not that I shouldn't be emperor of course...

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You'll fit into China well, unless you aren't Chinese already. 

 

What's wrong with the 'peasant'?

 

Please, make sure, you won't get suntan while working outdoors. Chinese will consider you 2nd grade citizen 'cause of the reflection of outdoor labour on the skin.

 

It's the same rule as it applies in Chinese traffic:

"'Cars always have a right way before ALL pedestrians and cyclists, i.e. stronger wins ..."

 

By the e-Tities posting rules, all Pedestrians, I mean all Peasants must always greet before the posting, as:

"Good morning! I am a Peasant, and ..." 

 

Snawar is a pea-sant, pea-sant, pea-saaant ... broken heart

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OT: "I want an upgrade ..., too!" 

 

US Sails Warship Near Chinese-Claimed Reef, Testing New Maritime Lawteaser image

China again denounced the US as the 'biggest destroyer' of peace in the region...

FRI SEP 10, AT 1:20 AM   

 

The US Navy’s Seventh Fleet said the guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold passed within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef, a feature of the Spratly Islands that is controlled by China and also claimed by the Philippines and Vietnam. After China’s rebuke, the Seventh Fleet updated its statement, calling the Chinese statement “false.”

"The PLA’s statement is the latest in a long string of PRC actions to misrepresent lawful US maritime operations and assert its excessive and illegitimate maritime claims at the expense of its Southeast Asian neighbours in the South China Sea," the Seventh Fleet said.

Since the Obama administration, the US has inserted itself into the maritime dispute between China and its Southeast Asian neighbours. In 2015, the US started sending warships near Chinese-claimed islands on a regular basis, what the Pentagon calls Freedom of Navigation Operations (FONOPs).

 

 Snawar is an agricultural laborer ... 

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Snawar, you missed the competition ... we held a week ago ... surprise

 

https://answers.echinacities.com/question/how-ask-stipud-question-anybod...

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Ancient China ... broken heart

 

https://www.mvorganizing.org/what-did-the-peasants-do-in-china/

 

In lieu of a standard or even a basic education, peasants were demanded to work. They most commonly worked on farms planting, sowing and harvesting crops. Of these crops, a percentage of them were given to the government as a tax, even if the crops didn’t grow or had died. 

 

 

https://ancientchina-peasants.weebly.com/the-life-of-a-peasant.html

 

The typical life of a peasant was not what you would normally imagine. It entailed many things not typically experienced in today’s modern society for the majority of people. This included farming land for their communities benefit, having to work for the government for at least 1 month per year, peasant women marrying men who they necessarily didn’t like but didn’t have a choice in the matter, not being able to go to school unless your family was wealthy and was only allowed if you were male. angel

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World Bank Abandons 'Doing Business' Report After Probe Finds IMF Boss Cheated China's Ranking Higherteaser image

...is there any institution left that is not corrupt? broken heart

THU SEP 16, AT 5:24 PM

 

Specifically, Bloomberg reports that International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva was cited by the World Bank in the probe....

“The changes to China’s data in Doing Business 2018 appear to be the product of two distinct types of pressure applied by bank leadership on the Doing Business team,” the World Bank said in a report Thursday.

 

The bank cited “pressure applied by CEO Georgieva and her advisor, Mr. Djankov, to make specific changes to China’s data points in an effort to increase its ranking at precisely the same time the country was expected to play a key role in the bank’s capital increase campaign.”

Georgieva served as chief executive officer of the World Bank prior to moving to head the IMF.

 

  Specifically @Stiggs would know that Georgieva and Djankov are both Bulgarian last names/citizens ...  

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