Mainland Chinese men also dress very poorly. I can understand not having money to wear fancy clothes but it's not expensive to wear clothes that look good and are appropriately sized. I saw a lot of Chinese men wearing loose fitting cheap suits, very ugly pants, mismatched colors, and many had dopey haircuts.Falcon wrote:Very true! The Chinese have always had very imperialistic attitudes throughout history, even today.xiongmao wrote:So few foreigners in China it's not going to make a difference. But of course the Chinese love to blame foreigners (especially the Japanese) for every ill in their society.
Also, quite unfortunately, the average male in China is a middle-aged guy from the countryside who does the 3 S's: smoking, spitting, squatting (very crass habits, especially in urban coastal China). Not bashing all Chinese men in general of course, as I happen to be of Chinese descent myself, but months and months of travel in China confirm that this is the norm. Xiongmao, Everdred, and I really impressed a lady from Hangzhou by simply NOT being one of those guys.
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Hate to say this, but the population is 1.6 billion in China. When i was in China-- they said that the government doesn't tell the truth of population stats. So having a slighter smaller population, i.e. 1.3 billion is not really going to hurt China much. Although a large part of the population is aging and maybe not reproducing so much, this is also an issue everywhere else in most developed and somewhat developed countries.