'Japanese, Filipinos, Vietnamese and dogs forbidden here'; Beijing restaurant's nationalistic statement draws criticism in China

Anti Japanese sentiment,Japanese and dogs forbidden

'We do not serve Japanese, Filipinos, Vietnamese and dogs '; A restaurant in Houhai Park in central Beijing puts up banner full of nationalistic statement that has drawn criticism in China with some Chinese netizen call the action of the restaurant owner as psychic masturbation.

A sign in a Beijing restaurant reads ‘We do not serve Japanese, Filipinos, Vietnamese and dogs’. The group of photos were shot by a foreign reporter in Houhai Park in central Beijing on Feb. 26.The...   Full Story

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