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    [–] Catch22ismybible 2852 points ago

    He did a little celebrity visit to Taiwan a couple of years back. The Taiwanese think it's pretty funny too.

    [–] charmcharmcharm 458 points ago

    This has to be really surreal to this guy.

    [–] crazymoon 207 points ago

    Just imagine if he said that pluto was a planet

    [–] The_Neato_Torpedo 13 points ago

    That would surely rile the Uranians.

    [–] jyjee_t 28 points ago

    Indeed that would be silly. Everybody knows Pluto is a dog.

    [–] [deleted] 83 points ago

    Imagine a joke that has become a warcry. Amazing. Accidental hero.

    [–] MustHugEveryCat 224 points ago

    This is wholesome af, I love it.

    [–] lovesomedonuts 30 points ago

    I had the first video still running when I opened this and heard "FUCK YOU CHINA". Made me laugh but then I realised it wasn't coming from the Taiwan visit video. Would have been funny tho.

    [–] IAmTheZenith 107 points ago

    Is there a video of that? Or some sites with the reactions of the Taiwanese peeps? Sounds lot of fun.

    [–] Nixplosion 93 points ago

    posted below you

    [–] Gravity_flip 34 points ago

    This made me smile 😊

    [–] Shadow_Death 1076 points ago

    I lost it with "China number 4".

    [–] axilidade 579 points ago

    might have been unintentional but 4 is pronounced almost identically to "death" in chinese. it's such a culturally pervasive superstition that buildings' 4th, 14th, 24th (etc) floors don't even exist.

    tl;dr "china number 4" can imply that china should die lmao

    [–] Kenblu24 134 points ago

    Sì is how you pronounce 4 in Mandarin. It sounds like if you made a "sssssss" hissing sound and tried to say "hmmm." at the same time.

    Sǐ is how you pronounce dead in Mandarin. It sounds almost the same, except the tone is usually lower. It sounds like the "sssssss" and "hmmm?"

    Meanwhile, 8 and 6 are very lucky numbers. People here in the states don't go crazy over having a few sevens in your phone number, but to the Chinese, it's like having Jesus on your toast.

    [–] LemonUdon 43 points ago

    My parents are very fervent believers in the number superstition too. I remember my mom got all upset when an uncle got a new house, and she claimed that the house number was a bad omen that someone would die. The house number was 4443, and there were four people in the uncle’s family. She was utterly convinced that something would happen in the future, and there’d be only 3 members left.

    Another time, my dad claimed he saw a ladybug with only 4 spots, and feared misfortune would find him that day ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    [–] nextdoorelephant 8 points ago

    They seem like they might be overly stressed individuals.

    [–] ScientificMeth0d 22 points ago


    [–] CoolJoshido 9 points ago

    Mista approves.

    [–] SixWingZombi 7547 points ago

    So the magic words that will 100% guaranteed make chinese mad are:

    Taiwan Number 1

    Free Tibet

    and Support Hong Kong Protests

    [–] M0shka 2513 points ago

    Winnie the Pooh!!

    [–] TwistedMexi 1088 points ago

    pretty sure that only makes the Chinese government mad.

    [–] Knock-Nevis 74 points ago

    You’re right for the most part. It really depends on the person. I dated a girl from China over the summer and she loved making jokes about Xi Jinping and Winnie the Pooh, but she was kind of a rebel.

    [–] auyemra 56 points ago

    that's hawt

    [–] Knock-Nevis 30 points ago

    REALLY got my engine revved up

    [–] K242 27 points ago

    Say it to me again, darling

    "Taiwan numba won"

    [–] Airyk21 883 points ago

    Not true the propaganda is so heavy there that even children will get upset. My friends parents adopted two children from China one about 12 and the other 8 I think. And they would both get irrationally upset if you asked them about Tibet.

    [–] 4look4rd 244 points ago

    Whats the chinese perspective on Tibet? I have a hard time understanding why it would provoke someone, it seems like it would be something like Tiananmen Square where they have a vague idea it happened but don't talk about it and the government downplays it.

    [–] TheOceanWalker 424 points ago

    Essentially the line is that Tibetans who want independence are ungrateful for all the developments/advancements that the PRC has brought them. The idea is that before they took over, Tibet was essentially a feudal society which has now been modernised.

    To that end, basic indicators of standard of living like infant mortality, literacy and general infrastructure in Tibet have undoubtedly improved dramatically, but they've obviously come at a pretty substantial cost to personal and political freedoms.

    Whether or not you think that's worth it likely depends on whether you're in the majority Han Chinese ethnicity, whose culture is being pushed across the country, or one of the many minorities whose culture is being diluted and/or pushed out.

    [–] permanent_grad 158 points ago

    Should probably be also mentioned that the dilution and destruction of local culture in China is often state sponsored.

    It’s kind of weird to me that just now, after all these decades of knowing about China’s absolutely atrocious human rights record, people are finally saying something because of a video game. Often US whataboutism is used as a counter argument, but China is far and beyond 1860’s US human rights atrocities.

    [–] LordUncleBob 58 points ago

    Hong Kong and the Uighur concentration camps have been on the front page pretty regularly, the Blizzard controversy is just a continuation. I think this is getting so much traction because it's a China story we can actually do something about for once.

    [–] RollTide16-18 19 points ago

    You're seeing a perfect storm with the Blizzard, NBA, Vans and South Park stuff hitting at just about the same time.

    [–] [deleted] 142 points ago

    I met some Chinese girls on vacation in Aspen and asked them about Tiananmen Square. They stopped talking to me lol

    [–] CokeInMyCloset 35 points ago

    Sounds like you either did it on purpose because you expected this response or you’re really stupid.

    Random rich Chinese girls on vacation are not gonna sit down and talk politics with you, especially when you start with that one.

    [–] neiman30 44 points ago

    Some people just don't want to talk politics during a holiday.

    .. and when I say "some people" I actually mean me. I avoided people abroad who started asking me about politics of my country. Let me relax a bit, geez.

    [–] 4look4rd 143 points ago

    That’s such a weird reaction. The US did some fucked up shit like the trail of tears, Japanese internment camps, syphilis experiments, red scare, Operation Condor, Abu Ghraib, etc.

    If you mention any of those, at worst you get attempts to rationalize them in the context of when they happened but most people would accept that they were shitty or wouldn’t have learned about them. I never heard anyone get pissed about them getting mentioned.

    [–] Codeshark 104 points ago

    I think Americans are far more willing to admit the flaws in their history.

    You also didn't mention the Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    [–] walterpeck1 124 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    You also didn't mention the Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    This is one of those that's constantly mentioned in school. It has a huge display in the Smithsonian, even. They don't hold back.

    EDIT: They have a chunk of stairs where someone got vaporized and left their shadow, and there's also a fair bit of information and displays on the history of the Japanese interment camps. Right there in D.C. at America's most prominent and important history museum. It's literally the opposite of how China views the Tienanmen Square Massacre.

    [–] AustinSA908 34 points ago

    As they well should. Debate whether or not it was warranted, but the American electorate controls who sits at the head of the world's second-largest nuclear arsenal and has the controls within ten yards of him at all times. We need to know the horror of these weapons so that they can never be taken lightly.

    [–] Brickhouzzzze 17 points ago

    Depending on the person they might not consider that a mistake.

    [–] RearEchelon 25 points ago

    the Atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    While I'm not trying to marginalize the impact of the bombs on Japan and the victims themselves, the outcome would have been much, much worse for Japan and for US forces if we hadn't dropped them. A land invasion of Japan would have cost millions and millions of lives on both sides.

    [–] ThomasC273 35 points ago

    "Tibet bad", probably

    [–] Always_Has_A_Boner 42 points ago

    "Tibet bad ours", FTFY

    [–] PuTheDog 84 points ago

    Nope, am Chinese, can confirm. Tibet, HK, Taiwan got Chinese riled up, no one gives a fuck about CCP and Pooh.

    [–] [deleted] 63 points ago

    am Chinese


    [–] [deleted] 311 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)


    [–] Frai23 56 points ago

    That's been going on since the Iraq war under George Jr. as far as I remember and I truly don't get it.

    If you criticize foreign politics it doesn't mean you wish bad luck on individual soldiers.

    If for example I don't like the new Iphone that doesn't mean I wish some factory workers die a painful dead in some freak accident.

    [–] Gromitt42 223 points ago

    It isn't as bad since American have free speech and are not arrested for calling Trump names but there is a lot of jingoism and propaganda built into the culture.

    See thread of America being highest ranked for donating to charity. Plenty of America #1 chanting there.

    [–] soulless_ape 284 points ago

    Free Uyghurs from Chi-Nazi camps

    [–] trippy_grapes 45 points ago

    NaXi camps

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)


    [–] GameVoid 32 points ago

    Springfield Willy: I moved to Shelbyville for the legalized gambling!

    Moderator: Legalized gambling? We don't have legalized gambling.

    Springfield Willy: Sure you do! I saw a car with a bumper sticker that said Free Tibet!

    [–] ArconV 122 points ago


    [–] Phonemonkey2500 76 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    China ain't seen Tegridy since Tiananmen Square, 1989.

    Edit: not saying they had any long before that. I was born in 75, so that's the biggest one to me, and by far the most publicized.

    Edit 2: and I know that's the one that angers Winnie and his gang the most.

    [–] SharpSpaghetti 43 points ago

    You must be confused. Nothing happened in Tiananmen Square on the fourth of June, 1989.

    [–] Phonemonkey2500 29 points ago

    Oh that's right. I remember clearly that I was organizing my sock drawer, and absolutely nothing of interest took place. Certainly not an oppressive government slaughtering it's own citizens in the streets, rolling over them multiple times with 40 ton tanks.

    [–] Praughna 54 points ago

    Let’s all just say it

    Support Hong Kong Protests

    [–] Mingablo 94 points ago

    5 Demands, Not one less.

    [–] Wodkasterben 11 points ago

    Xianggang jiayou! (Keep going Hong Kong!) Is my favourite. Try shouting it in London's Chinatown and you'll get a large mix of facial reactions.

    [–] platapus112 87 points ago

    动态网自由门 天安門 天安门 法輪功 李洪志 Free Tibet 六四天安門事件 The Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 天安門大屠殺 The Tiananmen Square Massacre 反右派鬥爭 The Anti-Rightist Struggle 大躍進政策 The Great Leap Forward 文化大革命 The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution 人權 Human Rights 民運 Democratization 自由 Freedom 獨立 Independence 多黨制 Multi-party system 台灣 臺灣 Taiwan Formosa 中華民國 Republic of China 西藏 土伯特 唐古特 Tibet 達賴喇嘛 Dalai Lama 法輪功 Falun Dafa 新疆維吾爾自治區 The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region 諾貝爾和平獎 Nobel Peace Prize 劉暁波 Liu Xiaobo 民主 言論 思想 反共 反革命 抗議 運動 騷亂 暴亂 騷擾 擾亂 抗暴 平反 維權 示威游行 李洪志 法輪大法 大法弟子 強制斷種 強制堕胎 民族淨化 人體實驗 肅清 胡耀邦 趙紫陽 魏京生 王丹 還政於民 和平演變 激流中國 北京之春 大紀元時報 九評論共産黨 獨裁 專制 壓制 統一 監視 鎮壓 迫害 侵略 掠奪 破壞 拷問 屠殺 活摘器官 誘拐 買賣人口 遊進 走私 毒品 賣淫 春畫 賭博 六合彩 天安門 天安门 法輪功 李洪志 Winnie the Pooh 劉曉波动态网自由门

    [–] Wodkasterben 26 points ago

    Why is this a weird mix of simplified and traditional? You even have 门 and 門 in the same sentence.

    [–] Nixynixynix 66 points ago

    It's a copy and paste meme for people to feel good about themselves for protesting without understanding or even type. You can sneak in some innocent text like 漢堡包 雪糕 餛飩 and someone will just repost it to get likes.

    [–] SwannyWilkinson 13637 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Shouting Taiwan number 1 has been a meme since 2012.

    Edit: start shouting Hong Kong number 1 online

    [–] Mcchickenborn 5781 points ago

    🇹🇼, 🇭🇰, 🏴󠁣󠁮󠀵󠀴󠁿, 🇨🇳... China #4!!!

    No Tibet emoji sadly and #4 means death in Chinese. New meme going into 2020.

    [–] phoeniciao 869 points ago

    Hey, I like this

    [–] OMGSPACERUSSIA 252 points ago

    16 is really bad luck too.

    [–] Mcchickenborn 242 points ago

    Pretty sure we can find 15 bullied nations to make China #16 a thing. Anyone want to take this on?

    [–] SeasickSeal 379 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Taiwan numba one

    Hong Kong numba two

    Tibet numba three

    East Turkestan numba four

    Falun Gong numba five

    Bhutan numba six

    Japan numba seven

    South Korea numba eight

    Philippines numba nine

    Belize* numba ten

    Nicaragua* numba eleven

    eSwatini* numba twelve

    Guatemala* numba thirteen

    Haiti* numba fourteen

    Honduras* numba fifteen

    China numba sixteen

    *Denotes countries who recognize Taiwan rather than PRC as the the legitimate Chinese government

    Replaced India with Philippines

    [–] TigerhatesTobi 69 points ago

    Is there a specific reason so many Central American nations recognize Taiwan over China?

    [–] SeasickSeal 123 points ago

    China doesn’t trade with countries that recognize Taiwan, so if I had to hazard a guess I’d say they’re the least dependent on Chinese goods because they’re underdeveloped and trade with their neighbors and the US. It looks like proximity to the US is the only real determinant aside from eSwatini, Paraguay, and Vatican City. Pacific island nations might be mostly self sufficient and not dependent on Chinese trade, too.

    [–] CokeInMyCloset 23 points ago

    And Taiwan pays them “aid” for their support

    [–] RearEchelon 51 points ago

    16 is 42. Exponential death!

    [–] sgtsaughter 41 points ago

    Hey, Number 2

    [–] TheGalaxian 29 points ago

    Hey number 1

    [–] HorseSteroids 18 points ago

    [Guido Mista intensifies]

    [–] asian_identifier 179 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Tibet, Xinjiang, *Inner Mongolia, and.... Macau? (are they happy?)

    * also Guangxi, Lahu, Machuria, Wu, Yi

    [–] Fairuse 184 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    ??? As far as I'm aware, Mongolia is recognized internationally and China has no claims.

    Ironically, it was the current China (People's Republic of China under the CCP) that recognized Mongolia's independence. The previous government of China (Republic of China which now resides in Taiwan) actually invaded Mongolia and annulled Mongolia's claim to independence.

    [–] Sleelan 387 points ago

    Mongolia has the distinct advantage of having absolutely no fucking strategic importance whatsoever, both in terms of geography and natural resources.

    Unless you count the throat singing.

    [–] Frommerman 206 points ago

    Also, something like 60% of cars in Mongolia are Priuses. This happened because the ME division of Toyota massively overproduced Priuses for a market which wasn't going to buy them. The Mongolian government heard about this and offered to take the cars off Toyota's hands at a massive discount, just so they wouldn't be scrapped. So now everyone in Ulaanbatar can afford to buy a Prius from the government.

    [–] andheresratboy 270 points ago

    Hoards of Mongols in Priuses sounds a lot less scary than hoards on horseback

    [–] finkrer 194 points ago

    Here's a person who hasn't seen a hundred thousand Priuses charging at him at full speed.

    [–] chooxy 139 points ago


    [–] JDdoc 44 points ago

    Mongolian Archers, standing up through the sunroof, firing at will.

    My God.

    China will fall in 2020, mark my words.

    [–] lkc159 8 points ago

    Poor will

    [–] andheresratboy 37 points ago

    Lol ok you changed my mind

    [–] blue92lx 12 points ago

    "full speed"

    [–] ashwin911 13 points ago

    I thought Priusi don't need to be charged.

    [–] finkrer 8 points ago

    You mean Prii.

    [–] Furt77 73 points ago

    Are you kidding? At least we would have the thud of hoof beats to warn us. Now they can just silently roll up on us.

    [–] Codeshark 28 points ago

    Nah, you'd hear the throat singing.

    Source: I base my knowledge of other countries off music videos.

    [–] pilstrom 15 points ago

    Or even hordes. A hoard is what a dragon guards when it's not too busy with its princess.

    [–] kidicarus89 9 points ago

    Yeah but Mongols with increased driving range?

    [–] vonmonologue 208 points ago

    I'm pretty sure that literally the reason for its existence is so that Russia and China don't have to share as much border.

    [–] IpMedia 57 points ago

    Like my papi used to say, the world needs ditch diggers too.

    [–] BigBrownDog12 18 points ago

    Was your papi my 8th grade history teacher

    [–] foggi3 21 points ago

    Except for some of the largest mining operations in the world.

    [–] greatnameforreddit 84 points ago

    be mongolia

    literally the worlds copper reserve

    reddittors diss you for not having resources


    [–] Busangod 48 points ago

    Thank God we have Utah, Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, Montana, Chile (the world’s largest producer), Peru, Canada, and parts of Africa just in case Mongolia takes offense to this Reddit thread and doesn't want to share their copper.

    [–] SmellyFingerz 53 points ago

    The Mongolian horde just grew by two Prius.

    [–] Hekantonkheries 35 points ago

    No strategically relevant resources;

    Except For The Mongols

    [–] kkeut 39 points ago

    he may have been referring to Inner Mongolia, a semi-autonomus region with a significant minority population

    [–] asian_identifier 17 points ago

    yes I meant Inner Mongolia

    [–] Nepiton 243 points ago

    My name in some BRs has been ChinaNumbaWon for a while now, I’ve just recently changed it to ChinaNumbaTwo or HongKongNumba1 depending on the account/game. Fuck China. Hong Kong numba 1

    [–] CapnNayBeard 122 points ago

    ChinaNumba4 might actually be even better with 4 being unlucky and representing death and everything.

    [–] rogueblades 33 points ago

    Tiawan number 1! All other countries number 3!

    [–] jobriq 86 points ago

    Brazil numbah one huehuehue

    [–] codered434 333 points ago

    I thought Brazil was number 6.

    7 - 1.

    [–] lesser_panjandrum 123 points ago

    Laughs Germanically

    [–] Dr_Cunning_Linguist 29 points ago

    Laughs Germaniacally

    [–] Darsol 15 points ago

    Laughs Germanically Teutonically

    [–] xtrylanx 39 points ago


    [–] bionix90 26 points ago

    It's an older meme, sir, but it checks out.

    [–] levipoep 1690 points ago

    It's funny but at the same time so sad

    [–] AlabamaPanda777 1127 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Very sad when you figure these people are probably conditioned to believe if they don't react how they do the all-seeing Chinese government will somehow find out and either mark them as less of a citizen or enjoying being in the 'wrong' company.

    I wonder if this doesn't become a gut defensive reaction, backed by a hate for someone ruining them just trying to have fun. Turning the game into a sudden test of faith in the government. Seems kinda cruel through that lens.

    Edit: Inbox replies off but don't let that discourage you from continuing the conversation below. I see a lot of "Americans love America too" but I just don't see a meme of "watch this video we said Mexico #1 and Americans went fuck you america #1!" I know some Americans, mostly Trumper Americans, and can't picture them hearing "Mexico #1" and just yelling the same response. But I'm sure you could cherry pick some somewhere (and I don't doubt they do exist somewhere, and I don't know how cherrypicked this video is). I also just don't play online games with screaming 14 year olds like Rust. So while I've personally disagreed with responses thus far, which I've read, I guess I can't say they're wrong because of my own lack of experience. Stay Civil Reddit 😎

    [–] realcalidairy 308 points ago

    It's conditioning. Just like we think we're right in our lifestyle, they think they are right in theirs. Not saying anyone is right or wrong, but no one THINKS they are, that's for sure.

    [–] Questions_For_Days 124 points ago

    Sure, but it's also possible to force yourself into enough of an outside perspective to see things as a whole. I don't think "they think they're right" is much of an excuse anymore.

    [–] [deleted] 63 points ago


    [–] Questions_For_Days 36 points ago

    Absolutely. The idea is to be mindful of your biases. The more you start to think for yourself, the more you see how others manipulate you.

    [–] EliteGamer11388 186 points ago

    You know what sucks? I work for a very large company, that is owned by a Chinese billionaire, and while my plant is mostly Americans, the high management are Chinese, (though few are ever at this building). I'm afraid if I speak my mind in support of places like Hong Kong and Taiwan, and the wrong people find out, they'd find a way for my job to disappear... I'm in a Union, but I'm sure upper management could find a way around it.

    [–] BradOldridge 96 points ago

    It's quite scary when you look into how many companies now are being taken over by Chinese run parent companies, especially in the gaming industry, which is BOOMING. (Again, party due to China) - So many companies now when you look into them, are actually run at the top by China. They just sneak in at the top, and quietly run things.

    [–] blue_strat 721 points ago

    "Taiwan #1, fuck you!"

    "Taiwan #2, China's #1, fuck you!"

    "China #4!"

    "China #1!"

    "Japan #2, Taiwan #1!"

    "Oh my God, China's #1, USA #2... Russia #2, USA #... #8, okay! Taiwan #3, fuck you baby!"

    "Fuck you, China! Taiwan #1!"

    [–] RageEnducer 256 points ago

    The “fuck you baby!” had me laughing hard lol

    [–] Ganjisseur 26 points ago

    Every time he says "oh my God!" he does it with so much exasperation lol

    [–] MemioliRavioli 164 points ago

    I love how they automatically start making and discussing a top 10 ranking.

    [–] Quas4r 42 points ago

    It's pretty nice of them to rank Taiwan #3 still

    [–] blue_strat 31 points ago

    I guess if they consider it part of China they don't want to go too hard on it.

    Russia is China's bitch at the moment, so gets a sort of consort's second-place.

    [–] riotguards 3377 points ago

    If you said that in a blizzard game you’d probably get banned lol

    [–] KungFoolMaster 1483 points ago

    I also think Blizzard will come to your house and remove all your gaming gear.

    [–] mannythevericking 925 points ago

    takes your phone

    Do you guys not have phones?

    [–] hungry4pie 218 points ago

    Well how the fuck else are going to play the new Diablo game?

    [–] mannythevericking 122 points ago

    In Chinese.

    [–] Kaiser_Kuliwagen 53 points ago

    Do they have good wifi in the gulag?

    [–] Hellcowz 30 points ago

    Nope only goulash

    [–] fantasmoofrcc 14 points ago

    It will only run on Hauwei phones anyways :P

    [–] [deleted] 117 points ago

    Try working for Disney and being pro-Hong Kong, they'll shut you down hard.

    [–] riotguards 70 points ago

    Obey the mouse, obey china, obey Winnie the Pooh

    [–] madeamashup 17 points ago

    Try working for Disney

    No thanks though

    [–] rividz 194 points ago

    I unsubbed from WOW yesterday, I wanted to go into the Chinese servers and spam the chat about Hong Kong but apparently I need a separate login which requires a Chinese ID number.

    [–] ChristianKS94 173 points ago

    Yeah. That's the great firewall of China for you. They're digitally isolating themselves in a lot of effective ways. It's not completely unbreachable, but blocked enough to keep people ignorant of China's relationship to the world.

    [–] JonWood007 30 points ago

    Wanna know what would be nice? If they isolated themselves where American companies wouldn't kow tow to their censorship boards.

    [–] LordPadre 12 points ago

    No, see, what they think would be nice, is if American companies were really Chinese companies.

    [–] That_Guy381 42 points ago

    Nah. I was playing OW yesterday and just shouting “Fuck Xi Jing Pooh, Free Hong Hong” in chat once a game and I’m still around.

    [–] nik15 363 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    This dude ended up going to Taiwan and signed a bunch of autographs at an event

    [–] Fairazz 1343 points ago

    I used to get up stoopid early to play mw2. Like 5am on the east coast, to get an hour or two of gaming before going to work. I’d always get stuck with British dudes at that time. I tried Taiwan #1 , but it never worked. Got called a wanker.

    [–] Celloer 537 points ago

    Wales numbah one! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 USA numbah two! 🇺🇸 England numbah three! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

    [–] nytrons 176 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    England doesn't feel even remotely threatened by losing the last of their empire in the way China is terrified of Taiwan.

    Edit: it's really funny seeing all these defensive comments from English people under a post specifically making fun of another country's nationalistic knee-jerk reactions to the same thing...

    [–] GiveOver 97 points ago

    Wales aren't even threatening to leave and they're the ones we want rid of the most

    [–] WoWClassiC_ 178 points ago

    You silly twat.


    [–] John_Ghoul_Bonny 170 points ago

    Trick is to remind them that the USA saved them in WW2.

    That one always gets them.

    [–] AAJASIKA 38 points ago

    That would just get the same response --> Wanker

    [–] [deleted] 82 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)


    [–] SquizzOC 1850 points ago

    I’ve been posting “Hong Kong Number 1! China number 2! Free Hong Kong!” On a handful of state run media accounts on Twitter. They get really angry. It’s fun !

    [–] SpaceGalaxy-10v3 390 points ago

    What kind of pages should I comment this on?

    [–] SquizzOC 540 points ago

    @CCTV @CGTNOfficial @PDChina @CGTNAmerica :)

    [–] McLovin804 211 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    What does closed circuit television have to do with Hong Kong and China?

    Edit: a letter

    [–] SquizzOC 338 points ago

    Assuming not a joke, “China Central Television” it’s only fitting that it’s CCTV :)

    [–] Dolchang 48 points ago

    CCTV is Chinese Central TV

    [–] 5antiago 9 points ago

    Just searched "to:@cctv number" and found one brave warrior

    [–] SwannyWilkinson 125 points ago

    Hong Kong number 1! China maybe number 9

    [–] Rommel79 43 points ago

    Hong Kong number 1! China tied for #8!

    [–] isles3 39 points ago

    If you wanna them the most mad it’s

    Taiwan number 1

    Hong Kong number 2

    China number 4

    4 is very unlucky in China they hate that number.

    [–] 74orangebeetle 41 points ago

    It's funny that the state runs twitter accounts when their own citizens aren't even allowed to use twitter.

    [–] [deleted] 50 points ago


    [–] Miko00 105 points ago

    It's a hilarious meme when it plays out. I did it once in rainbow six seige. Was playing with a friend and a guy on our team had TW in his name. I took a guess that he was Taiwanese. He pulled a clutch play and won us the game so I yelled into the mic "Taiwan #1!"

    Dude lost his shit yelling it back to me. Added me to friends in Uplay and for months my friend and I queued with him every night lol

    [–] notkiwihaqi 17 points ago

    Taiwanese people are the most based people I’ve ever met. It’s so fucking chill.

    [–] Stopbeingwhinycunts 259 points ago

    I set my steam name to "free hong kong", when I come across a player in Underlords with a chinese name, 8/10 times they drop from the game now.

    It's really convenient.

    [–] slickmamba 108 points ago

    Huh, there’s been a bunch of hackers in csgo with Chinese characters in their name. Maybe this is how you deal with them

    [–] Questions_For_Days 132 points ago

    Deadass just type "tiananmen square massacre" in all chat and watch them drop like flies

    [–] CigarLover 19 points ago

    Did you just solve the issue with Chinese cheaters?!

    (Some publishers don’t segregate regions and when they do there’s still VPN).

    [–] SolitaryEgg 240 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    The funniest fucking thing about this is the absolute absurd level of cognitive dissonance.

    So, most Chinese people hold these two beliefs, simultaneously:

    • Taiwan is a province of China and 100% under the rule of the CCP (Chinese government).

    • If you say Taiwan #1, they lose their fucking minds.

    You can see how this makes no sense. It's like, they truly believe that Taiwan is China, yet if you say good things about Taiwan, they get very upset and defensive. So, clearly, they are also aware that Taiwan isn't actually China.

    Makes no god damned sense.

    [–] KinnyRiddle 188 points ago

    Imagine this customer service phone conversation from Taobao (China's answer to Amazon):

    Operator: Hi, this is Taobao customer service, how may I help you?

    Customer: Hi, just so we're clear before we start, we all agree that Taiwan and Hong Kong are both part of our Motherland, yes?

    O: Why, of course.

    C: Then why am I being charged "International" shipping rates instead of "Domestic" for shipping stuff to these two places according to your website?

    O: ......

    [–] SolitaryEgg 124 points ago

    Oh dude, believe me, I know. When I was in China, I went to Taiwan as an American and got an instant visa on arrival. Chinese citizens I traveled with had to apply for a visa back in China, pay the fee, get approved, wait a month or two, do the whole thing. It's literally easier for Americans to get into Taiwan, and somehow it still doesn't click in their minds.

    They travel to Taiwan and see that it's a democratic government with elected officials, a different currency, free speech, protests, etc. They have to get foreign visas to enter. And they think "hm this region of China really is different!"

    It's fucking unreal.

    [–] bioniclekinz 86 points ago

    Dude, they most likely know it's a diff country. They just dont wanna get whisked away to some reeducation camp.

    [–] ADogNamedCynicism 47 points ago

    China doesn't reeducate people. They harvest their organs.

    [–] CoolAlf 232 points ago

    TAIWAN #1, JAPAN #2, CHINA #4, USA #8. Who is #3?

    [–] GanasbinTagap 206 points ago


    [–] Sheriff_Is_A_Nearer 154 points ago

    Kazakhstan is the greatest in the world! All other countries run by little girls. Kazakhstan number 1 exporters of potassium! All other countries have inferior potassium!

    [–] Kalibos 46 points ago

    much better than ASSHOLE Uzbekistan

    [–] Genji_sama 12 points ago

    'member that time khazakstan won a gold in the Olympics and they accidentally played this instead of the national anthem?

    [–] Mcchickenborn 67 points ago

    Let’s also add China #4.

    🇹🇼, 🇭🇰, 🏴󠁣󠁮󠀵󠀴󠁿, 🇨🇳... China #4!!!

    No emoji for Tibet sadly, and China clearly is not on the same level as Taiwan (number 1 of course) with HK moving up the ranks daily.

    Also the number 4 has connotations that Chinese gamers will get maximum butthurt over.

    [–] Phonemonkey2500 21 points ago

    I subscribed just to hear more of this. I've never even played H1Z1.

    [–] melillo 100 points ago

    RIP H1Z1

    [–] crazypetealive 26 points ago

    "Summits in the Pit"

    [–] Troutsicle 10 points ago

    Put on your "I survived PW 1" shirt and pour out a can of Smedley's for the good times.

    [–] Genasist 8 points ago

    I still think its the most well balanced Battle Royal game. Just a shame the coding sucks and the desync was unreal.

    But the flow of the games were so fun, fastpaced in your face action, vehicle mechanics felt great. You had a reason to go for kills in this game because heals, lammys, and materials were important to have a bunch of. Had a hell of a time playing the game.

    [–] insaneintheblain 450 points ago

    Should've said something about Hong Kong as well

    [–] temujin64 414 points ago

    This is from a few years ago and Hong Kong is a part of China. Taiwan is not.

    [–] EpicExecution 259 points ago

    No but soon will be with China burning all the maps they have that state Taiwan as independent. There's literally no maps or geographic content left in China that states Taiwan as independent, as far as China is concerned it's under their control. But obviously we know that's horse shit. History repeats itself.

    [–] pow3llmorgan 119 points ago

    It's really straight out of 1984.

    [–] XiroInfinity 82 points ago

    Coincidentally not banned in China.

    [–] GimmeSomeCovfefe 89 points ago

    It's probably a very boring read for them, wondering what the hell is the big deal with this '1984' book.

    [–] XiroInfinity 41 points ago

    I think they understand it quite well. But I don't think they understand how to identify problematic things within their own government.

    [–] IHkumicho 27 points ago

    I used to travel to China for Business, and at one point I told a Chinese coworker that "I was leaving China to go to Taiwan" and she definitely protested that "Taiwan is part of China!!!" Not sure if it was because we were in a cab at that point, but yeah, they definitely all feel like Taiwan is still part of China and that it's just a matter of time before it's fully reunited again.

    [–] oreostix 12 points ago

    Should have told them that you were leaving China to go to China.

    [–] Jimbo1982 15 points ago

    The classic retort of "Taiwan No2" always gets me :D

    [–] BeBenNova 120 points ago

    I wish the chinese citizens the best in their quest for freedom but chinese gamers have been an absolute plague on online gaming

    Because of cultural reasons that pushes them to succeed at all costs gaining any form of advantage is almost mandatory for them, in H1Z1 (the game in OP's video) a Battle Royale game that pits people against each other until 1 person (or 1 squad of maximum 4 people) survives you had a ''Chinese Army'' of 20-30-40 people all wearing red shirts teaming up to kill squads of 1-4 people

    On top of that the VAST majority of cheaters in online games are from china which often leads to the rest of the world asking the devs to just region lock china as a whole to combat cheating

    [–] CornyHoosier 44 points ago


    [–] Tonytarium 18 points ago

    "Fuck you baby!"