In this century, Hui Chinese are slightly different from other muslims who have PRC citizenship. Hui people don't know what ethnic groups their ancestors were from, but unlike the Han Chinese, they firmly believe in Islam, as a result, they picked up that name~Hui/回～Interestingly enough, among Hui Chinese, some are descendants of Jews who escaped to China in the ancient times.
Exactly,Hui people have a strong legacy in martial arts.That's because they hated heathens (dominant Manchu and Han were their enemies) .During Qing Dynasty, some riots broke out~In the end,they became fans of peace~Now, they practice martial arts for better health~What martial arts have you practiced?
Some old images of Afghanistan.http://k.sina.com.cn/article_1985056033_76518d2100100gq2z.html
You are a laowai/老外(no derogatory connotations in this word; however a few sensitive foreigners don't like it because they feel the Chinese regard them to be outsiders; the same thing goes with words for foreigners in other languages too~Those people just overthink).
In modern times, the Chinese tend to call foreigners (Asians who resemble us in looks aren't included);Gwai Lo is used by Chinese people who are from HK and Guangdong,judging from the prounciation.That Gwai is 鬼（ it has two meanings:1.ghost 2.demon), I believe in that context, its meaning is Demon. We called Japanese soldiers 日本鬼子 during the WW2, same usage~
i can understand people being uncomfortable with lolicon, but to judge someone for it is unfair
you just sound like an anti-vax christian facebook mom >w>
oh i ment that in an abstract term xD i even reread it like "wtf am i reading"
i suppose mostly the vegan issues, but also if lolicon is moral or not is an interesting debate
id say saying lolicon makes you a pedo is like saying video games make you violent
if you cant tell fiction from reality maybe
but those people are already insane and unstable
WHAT!?!?! That's ninja style! Maybe it watches a lot of Naruto? xD
i very much enjoy morality debates as well
the funnest ones i have were on the morality of a certain subject