Chinese People in Italy Protest Against Racism and Violent Armed Robbery

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Original Chinese Language Article By: http://www.haiwai24.com

(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD)

Translator’s Note:  I was in Florence in the mid-1990’s with a Hakka Chinese friend. When we went into a Chinese restaurant, my friend started talking Cantonese to the owners (this is common in the UK) but the owner looked horrified and told her not to speak Chinese because the white Italians do not like it! I am impressed with the courage of the Chinese people in Naples who were bullied by the police and arrested for marching – and disturbed by the fact that not one white Italian joined their protest against racism, the rape of Chinese women in Italy, or the armed robberies perpetuated against them!  ACW 23.4.2016

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On March 1st, 2016, Chinese people living and working in Italy took to the streets of Naples waving the Red Flag of China and the Tricolour Flag of Italy – calling for an end of Italian racism aimed at Chinese people, which is often the cause of many violent robberies against Chinese individuals and businesses in this European country.  This racism is prolific and aimed not just at recently arrived Chinese migrants, but just as much at Italian-born Chinese people.  (Chinese women are often raped by white racists whilst the Italian police take no action, or advise the Chinese victims to go back to China).

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©opyright: Adrian Chan-Wyles (ShiDaDao) 2016.

Original Chinese Language Source Article:

http://www.haiwai24.com/buzzes/immi/2016-03-02-buzz-yi4-da4-li4-hua2-ren2-da4-oits5j2n.html

意大利华人大游行 反种族歧视和暴力抢劫

当地时间2016年3月1日,意大利那不勒斯,当地华人手舞中国国旗和意大利国旗游行抗议,反对种族歧视、针对华人的暴力和抢劫。

 

 

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