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  1. Booger King
    June 23, 2018

    Japanese have pixelated vagene.

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  2. 森田としろ
    December 17, 2018

    Actually Japanese eyes angle up. Chinese angle down.

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  3. Jacqueline Tavoletti
    February 28, 2020

    don’t say “chinky eyes” I’m sure you can come up with a more scientific and less offensive term

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  4. Simon
    March 9, 2020

    Chinese Japanese pekanese look at these

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  5. Jinny Charles
    May 16, 2020

    The orange/ red/ yellow table at the end seems to contradict everything in the text so I think something got transposed. Also Jacqueline Tavoletti is absolutely correct. If you used the phrase “chinky eyes” in a conversation here in London then anyone overhearing would gasp and several would even remonstrate with you. There’s a long history of hateful prejudice contained in that slang phrase so it’s definitely one to avoid now that you’re aware of that 🙂

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  6. Nick Lockwood
    November 19, 2020

    Interesting comparison, but poorly executed. I’ve traveled and lived many years in China, Japan, and occasionally, South Korea. China is a country with around 55 different ethnic groups, each group with its own very distinctive features. Let’s say, you’re just describing Chinese people of Han descent, northern and southern Han also have slightly different features. What you’ve described are “stereotypical” southern Chinese features. Yes, there are distinctive features that separate Chinese and Japanese (and Koreans). But as far as I know, East Asian features tend to overlap— long and short faces, big and small eyes, you get the gist.

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